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Hair Apparent

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2013

Hair Apparent in the Athenaeum Gallery May 30 — July 14, 2013.
Opening Reception: Sunday, June 2, 4:00 — 6:00, FREE
Hair-Centric Events: Sunday, June 16, 12:00 — 4:00, FREE
Location: The Athenaeum, 201 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

Love, Loss and Lipstick

in
2012

"Love, Loss and Lipstick: Caryl Burtner & Talia Logan," curated by Tosha Grantham

Artists’ Books As Document

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2011

This exhibition brings together artists’ books from 23 practitioners across Europe and America. Each work embodies the activity of self-documentation; demonstrating, in a variety of ways, the virtues of the book as a place to document a personal collection, experience or period of time.--Natalie McGrorty, Curator

Snapshots: An Exhibition of 1,000 Artists

in
2002

Three Rivers Juried Visual Arts Exhibition

in
1995

Twelve Exorcism of Page 13 collages were exhibited.

ThinkSmall4

in
2007

272 artists produced artwork no larger than 4" x 4" x 4" for this fun event.

Museum of Temporary Art

in
2006

"You, yes you, can get something into this museum. What can it be? It can be something you create, or something you find in your pocket or any of a million other things, as long as it will fit inside the 'gallery space'." Culture Vulture, The Roanoke Times

Wretched Glory

in
2010

Art Museum Artists

in
2009

"My artistic pursuits closely parallel my duties as Administrative Coordinator for the Curatorial Division of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Each requires attention to detail, the heart and soul of an archivist, and a sense of humor. At VMFA the Curatorial Division is also known as the Collections Division, and, after 24 years, it feels just as natural maintaining the records on the museum's priceless collection as it feels maintaining The Caryl Burtner Collections (1000+ toothbrushes, 1000s of lipstick blots, 70+ Friday the 13th diary entries, exorcised page 13s, etc. etc.)"

Exchange: Richmond @ DC - 'Twisted Roots'

in
2006

curated by Tosha Grantham
Presented by DCAC & WPA\C
November 10 - December 10, 2006

Curator Tosha Grantham selects Richmond artists to exhibit at DCAC.

Featuring: Sanford Biggers, S. Ross Browne, Caryl Burtner, Sonya Clark,
Taliaferro Logan, Ayo Ngozi, and Heide Trepanier

check out the Washington Post review here

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