An exhibition hosted by Mid-America Arts Alliance in support of “Every Street is Charlotte Street”
M-AAA presents Marcie Miller Gross’s Linden in conjunction with Charlotte Street Foundation’s Every Street is Charlotte Street series
Mid-America Arts Alliance (M-AAA) is pleased to present Linden by Kansas City artist Marcie Miller Gross, opening for First Friday October 6 from 6:00–8:00 p.m. at 2018 Baltimore in Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District. Linden debuts as part of Every Street is Charlotte Street, celebrating twenty years of partner organization Charlotte Street Foundation’s Award Fellows.
Through an incremental means of building, Miller Gross, a Charlotte Street Fellow in 2004, studies repetition, mass and void, physicality and weight, compression and release. Her work is informed by repetitious activity and simple gestures of the hand, as in folding, stacking, and cutting. Within these qualities, the artist finds parallels in the physical and psychological states of the body, the environment, and sensory knowledge.
About Marcie Miller Gross
Marcie Miller Gross is the recipient of honors that include Charlotte Street Foundation Fellowship, MidAmerica Arts/National Endowment for the Arts, ArtsKC Inspiration Grant, Studios Inc. Residency 2005-2011 from the Nicholson Foundation, and Allied Arts and Craftsmanship Award, American Institute of Architects.
Marcie’s work has received reviews and writings in Art in America, Sculpture, Art Papers, Review, ID Magazine, Kansas City Star, Politiken and Kunstforum with publications including Marking 20 Years: Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Outpost Journal: Kansas City, MO and 10 Charlotte Street Foundation 10th Anniversary. Her work is held in numerous collections that include American Institute of Architects/Kansas City, Andrews McMeel Universal Publishing, Missouri Bank, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Helix Architecture + Design and private collections in New York City, Seattle, Los Angeles, Detroit and Kansas City.
Based in Kansas City since receiving my Master of Fine Arts from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1990, she has held teaching appointments at Kansas City Art Institute and University of Kansas. Her work is represented by Haw Contemporary, Kansas City.
Recent projects of hers include: commissions for the new Health Education Building, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, and School of Business, University of Kansas, Lawrence, GlogauAIR residency in Berlin, Germany for studio research with support from ArtsKC Inspiration Grant. Upcoming exhibitions include Pattern Languages, Rockhurst University, Underpass, Studios Inc., and Linden, (solo) Mid America Arts Alliance, Kansas City.
Other exhibitions include print edition at Lawrence Lithography Workshop, On Behalf of One’s Obsessions, Working Parts, both at Haw Contemporary, Kansas City, Sum of Us, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, The Spring Show (Forarsudstillingen), Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen. She was an Individual Award Finalist in Women to Watch, Kansas City Museum Jewish of Contemporary Art/National Museum of Women in the Arts, Overland Park. In 2016, her work was included in The Kansas City Collection and Corridor InfraTrust Management, Kansas City. Earlier exhibitions include H & R Block Artspace, Cranbrook Art Museum, Byron Cohen Contemporary Art, Urban Culture Project/Paragraph, and Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.