Corcoran printmaking professor Georgia Deal is one of several artists featured in Causey Contemporary's new exhibition Tally.
Taking place in New York City's Lower East Side from Sept. 2 to Oct. 2, the show is a collaboration by Deal, Steven Dobbin, Patricia Stockman and Workingman Collective, a collaborative group of artists who move in and out of various projects.
In the words of the artists involved in the exhibition: "The Lower East Side has been a significant migratory site for shaping utopian speculation and practical thinking, from the indigenous Lenape tribes, mass European immigration from the 1840s-1930s, to recent wholesale gentrificiation. Researching and responding to the broad source of archived visual and written documentation on the Lower East Side, artists Steven Dobbin, Patricia Stockman, Georgia Deal and Workingman Collective will maneuver and employ their collective interpretations of place, migration, invention and being human. The result is a collaborative exchange and visual examination of the Lower East Side as place and as allegory."
More information on the exhibition and the artists can be found here.