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Bruce Campbell
Mood-Yarn-Titty
November 5 - 28, 2010

Campbell presents a series of new sculptures that continue his dialogue with forms and processes associated with mid-20th century Minimalist and Conceptual sculptural practices concerned primarily with form, material and language. These concerns are Campbellā€™s as well. But his sculptures reorganize, adapt to, and merge the relationships between these realms in order to question the viability of long-dominant forms and process that historically have resulted in artworks that, paradoxically, function as sources for both blind frustration and clear revelation.??

Campbell received his MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute. His work has been exhibited locally at the Abington Art Center, Arcadia University, and Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art. Nationally and internationally his work has been included in exhibitions at the Arlington Museum of Art (Arlington, TX), the Salt Lake Art Center, The Luminary (St. Louis), and Oblong Gallery (London). In 2002 Campbell was awarded the DeGolyer Award from the Dallas Museum of Art. He is an adjunct faculty member at the Community College of Philadelphia and lives and works in Philadelphia and Brooklyn.?