Jonathan Clyde Frey
January 7–February 7, 2019
The work in this exhibition explores national identity, largely focusing on iconic representations of the United States and the myths, clichés and stereotypes they often come to represent. In addition, Jonathan Clyde Frey has always identified as a person somewhere between the mainstream and the marginalized, which informs his way of thinking about art and the world, and, in turn, has led him to these questions: What does it mean to occupy a middle ground? Is it a beneficial position?
Frey is an artist and designer whose work broadly explores the influences of ideology on contemporary culture. He has earned degrees in art and design from the University of Dayton, the University of Florida and the Pratt Institute and is currently an assistant professor at Bucknell University.
Thursday, February 7 | 4–5 p.m.
Cook Auditorium, De Pree Art Center and Gallery
Thursday, February 7 | 5–6:30 p.m
De Pree Art Center and Gallery
10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday: 1–5 p.m.
The gallery is handicapped accessible. Admission is free.
De Pree Art Center275 Columbia AvenueHolland, MI 49423