Gallery 210 opens its fall season with Exposure 13, an exhibition that features work by Joe Chesla, Asma Kazmi and Martin Brief (a Great Rivers Biennial winner in 2010). All three artists work with ideas of minimalism, with an emphasis on repetition. Chesla's installation (pictured) is made of 2,000 plastic bags filled with water and draped from on high to refract light; Kazmi built 150 hand-pinched bowls inspired by the Sufi begging bowls of the Middle East; Brief continues his explorations of text, albeit without the text -- his pieces depict just the contours, not the words, of the writing on pages of the 1966 Webster's Third New International Dictionary. Exposure 13 remains on display through Saturday, December 4, and the gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free.
Tuesdays-Saturdays. Starts: Aug. 26. Continues through Dec. 4, 2010