August 23 - February 24
CUT/PASTE is a new site-specific installation by Madeline Gallucci as part of the Charlotte Street Foundation’s 20th anniversary event, Every Street Is Charlotte Street.
Inspired by the Kansas City Museum’s collection of “crazy quilts” from the 1880’s, CUT/PASTE references the multitude of colors and textures combined together to create a new whole. Gallucci has re-imagined the “crazy quilt” from object to image and reinterpreted it through her frenzied mark-making and painted patterns.800 Broadway Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64105 Charlotte Street Foundation email@example.com
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On View August 23, 2017 through February 24, 2018
800 Broadway Blvd., KCMO 64105
Open Wednesday – Saturday 10am-4pm, starting August 23rd!
There is metered street parking on Broadway Blvd. from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday; free street parking on Broadway Blvd. after 6:00 p.m. Monday-Friday; and free street parking on Broadway Blvd. all day on Saturday and Sunday. Please note that there is no street parking on Broadway Blvd. from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. There is free, two-hour street parking on Bank St. and Washington St
Madeline Gallucci is an artist and organizer based in Kansas City. Her work explores, dissects, and reinterprets our everyday environment by means of vibrant drawings, whimsical paintings, and digital prints. Madeline has shown locally in Kansas City at Plug Projects, Paragraph Gallery and Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art as well as nationally at IDIO Gallery in Brooklyn, NY, Rebekah Templeton in Philadelphia, PA, Skylab Gallery in Columbus, OH and Terrault Contemporary in Baltimore, MD. She has been featured in local publications such as The Pitch and KC Magazine. Madeline has been awarded local residencies through Charlotte Street Foundation and Hotel Phillips as well as national residencies in San Francisco, CA and Grinnell, IA. Madeline is a recipient of the 2016 Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Art Award and is currently represented by Weinberger Fine Art. In addition to her studio practice, Madeline is Co-Director of Front/Space, an innovative project space located in the Crossroads of Kansas City.