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Marion Art Gallery hosting works of Buffalo artist Julian Montague
Friday, October 19, 2012

Julian Montague
Above, Julian Montague, below, one of the works "Invertebrates & Architecture: Works by Julian Montague," which opens Friday, Oct. 19 at the Cathy and Jesse Marion Art Gallery at SUNY Fredonia.
 
Invertebrates 

The Cathy and Jesse Marion Art Gallery at SUNY Fredonia is hosting the exhibition, “Invertebrates & Architecture: Works by Julian Montague,” through Wednesday, Nov. 14.

The gallery hours are 2 to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 2 to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday. 

Julian Montague is a photographer, designer and installation artist living and working in Buffalo. He earned a degree in Media Studies from Hampshire College.

He has exhibited his work both nationally and internationally. His solo exhibition in the Buffalo area have included “Insect Drawings” (2009) and “Other Orders” (2008) at the Albright-Knox Collector’s Gallery, “Site Study: Scajaquada Creek” (2006) at the Burchfield Penney Arts Center and “The Stray Shopping Cart: An Illustrated System of Identification” at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center.

“‘Invertebrates & Architecture’ features work from Julian Montague’s ongoing project, “Secondary Occupants/Collected & Observed’,” said Art Gallery Director Tina Hastings. “Using a number of different mediums, Montague’s work explores the relationship between animals and the built environment. At the center of the project is an unnamed fictional author/investigator who appears to be obsessed with the way that animals occupy architectural structures.”

 

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