Theis exhibition is curated by Tod Lippy, who also designed a limited-edition catalog for the exhibition. A reception for Meade will take place at the gallery on Saturday, September 10, from 6 to 8 p.m.
The solo show will feature 24 never-before-exhibited graphite-on-paper works by the Brooklyn-based artist. Meade discusses the origins of this body of work in a statement in the accompanying catalog: “I started making these drawings in the spring of 2020. We were in triage mode in my day job and I began to draw during the hours-long stretches of Zoom meetings. They were a way for me to stay connected to my artistic practice, and to make more resolved work outside the studio. They have since become an instrumental part of my larger practice.”