This exhibition is Rittermann’s inaugural showing of his most recent work. This exhibition includes light boxes, projections and large prints from his spatially and temporally layered imagery.

About the work Rittermann says:
“What might it look like if we could hold day and night, summer and winter, the presence and subsequent absence of something in a single gaze?
These are the questions that led to the work in this exhibition, playing at the intersection of sight, time, and memory. Using projectors, prints and layered light boxes, the work straddles expanses of time the human gaze can’t accommodate.”

SPECIAL EVENTS:
  • OPENING AND RECEPTION FOR THE ARTIST SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 5:30-8:30PM
THIS IS A SECOND SATURDAY CELEBRATION IN ESCONDIDO, AN ARTS DISTRICT EVENT ON GRAND AVENUE WHEN ALL GALLERIES ARE OPEN LATE
  • THE GALLERY WILL HOST AN INFORMAL TALK AND WALK-THROUGH OF THE EXHIBIT WITH THE ARTIST SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 3PM. NO RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.



OUR REGULAR GALLERY HOURS ARE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, 11am-5pm.
GALLERY VISITS ARE AVAILABLE FOR INDIVIDUALS OR CLASSES BY APPOINTMENT.


Please contact Donna Cosentino at the email below.
Email: [email protected]

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SIGHT TIME MEMORYShow Card