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Library Street Collective Exhibits New Works by Natalie Wadlington Exploring Fragility and Crisis

August 20th, 2021
A person with long red hair sits on a red stool at the far left of a studio space. The majority of the picture shows a large painting in process hung on a wall. A partial canvas is visible in the lower right.

Courtesy of Library Street Collective

Library Street Collective in Detroit, MI opened a solo exhibition of new works by Natalie Wadlington (Painting ’20). This exhibition, Pooled, tells the story of a fictional neighborhood outside of California’s Bay Area, where humans’ obsession with expansion and control have reshaped the natural landscape.

Pooled is open at Library Street Collective through September 18, 2021, with free admission.

Read the full article about Wadlington’s exhibition from Detroit Metro Times