San Diego Art Guide

Spun: Adrienne Outlaw

Adrienne Outlaw

Adrienne Outlaw

Low Gallery
1878 Main Street
San Diego, CA 92113

March 20, 2015, 7-10 PM

Join us at Low Gallery Friday March 20, 2015 as we present the fascinating work of Nashville artist Adrienne Outlaw. Spun is Adrienne’s personal work is accompanying her presence in San Diego the same weekend as she curates SDAI’s Flex It! show at the Jacobs Center. Don’t miss the chance to see and hear her ideas.

Adrienne Outlaw is a socially engaged, interdisciplinary artist whose work is informed by ethical issues, especially as regards individual choice in an increasingly diverse and rapidly advancing world. She has exhibited her artwork in public spaces, galleries and museums across the U.S. and abroad in Italy, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Nigeria. Her work, which has been positively reviewed in such publications as Art in America, World Sculpture News and Art Papers, documented in three books and more than a dozen exhibition catalogues. Outlaw is a recipient of several grants, awards, and fellowships from such organizations at the National Endowment for the Arts, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation. She founded and directs Seed Space, an artist-run lab for site-specific installation, sculpture, and time-based media in Nashville.

A portion of the proceeds of the sale of artwork at this show will be donated by Low Gallery to Nutrition Science Initiative. More about the great work they are doing here.