MEGATRON'S DEAD opened to media fanfare and record crowds last weekend. Here's a taste of the work on view:
Press for MEGATRON'S DEAD:
East City Art
Washington Post Weekend Section (not online yet!)
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Friday, February 3, 2012
Porch Projects opens its second year of artist-focused programming with MEGATRON'S DEAD, a collaborative exhibition by artists Bonner Sale, Samuel Scharf and Zac Willis.
MEGATRON'S DEAD is a multimedia experience honoring the cultural icon Megatron, leader of the Decepticons. Join the artists, visitors, and other interested parties in celebrating MEGATRON'S life and achievements while also paying your respects at the character graveyard.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 25, 4-7:00 pm.
Remembrance speech at 5:00 pm.
Exhibition available by appointment at other times.
Email for directions or more information:
porchprojectsdc [at] gmail [dot] com
About the Artists:
Bonner Sale is a Brooklyn based artist who has exhibited his drawings and collages in several venues in Washington, DC, and Baltimore, MD. His work was included in Nudashank Gallery's Wise Guise (2009) and Stay Tooned at John Fonda Gallery (2011). Learn more at bonnersale.com.
Samuel Scharf is a has exhibited his multimedia works throughout the Washington, DC, region. In 2011, his work was included in Conner Contemporary's annual Academy exhibition and the Arlington Arts Center's Planning Process. He will receive his MFA from American University this spring. Learn more at samuelscharf.com.
Zac Willis received his MFA from American University in 2009. He has exhibited his sculpture and photography in the area, including recent projects at Artspace in Richmond, in Washington Project for the Arts' Coup d'Espace program, and at Greenpoint Gallery in Brooklyn. Learn more at zacwillis.com.