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Meander, Because You Can’t See Much While Marching Mike Glier, A 35 Year Survey

February 18 – March 24, 2016

Monroe-Brown Gallery


Organized by Elizabeth Greenberg, Opalka Gallery at Sage Colleges

From his early work on issues of masculinity to his landscape projects of the past decade, Mike Glier has forged a distinctive and individual path, merging thoughtful investigations of politics and culture with expert craftsmanship and a love of beauty. This survey captures the spirit of each phase of Glier’s growth and exploration as an artist, with select, representative works from throughout his career, beginning with Clubs of Virtue and White Male Power, including The Alphabet of Lili , Garden Court and, ending with today’s Antipodes.