Kelly Akashi: Formations

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Every Wednesday–Sunday, through September 3
Frye Art Museum First Hill (Seattle)
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Los Angeles-based artist Kelly Akashi is well-known for her fluid forms and focus on craft—she vacillates between analog photography and old-school techniques of candle making, bronze casting, and rope making. Organized by the San José Museum of Art, this exhibition includes nearly a decade of the artist's boundary-pushing work, which tends to meditate on time, materiality, and lineage. Make sure to see Conjoined Tumbleweeds, a newly commissioned bronze cast of plants collected from Poston, Arizona, where members of Akashi's family were incarcerated in a Japanese American internment camp during World War II.

by Lindsay Costello

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Frye Art Museum

704 Terry Ave Seattle, WA 98104 Venue website

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