“GRANNY” — Caitlin McCormack Solo Exhibition at Hashimoto Contemporary

Caitlin McCormack’s solo exhibition, “GRANNY” opens in San Francisco at Hashimoto Contemporary this Saturday! The Philadelphia-based textile artist explores gender and age, through the use of thread and specifically the technique of crochet. The show is staged like a “funereal viewing for the artist’s future self, consists of works symbolizing a spectrum of events, both real and imagined, pertaining to ancestral mythology and the navigation of trauma”.

McCormack’s sculptures have a dark humour about them, balancing “the innocence and fragility tethered to delicate handicrafts with the sloppy baggage of reality”. Have a look at more images below or on display at Hashimoto Contemporary. “GRANNY” opens on October 5th, 6pm-9pm (the artist will be in attendance).

Photo by Shaun Roberts



Photo by Shaun Roberts



Photo by Shaun Roberts



Photo by Shaun Roberts



Photo by Shaun Roberts



Photo by Shaun Roberts


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10/5 – 10/26 2019

Hashimoto Contemporary
804 Sutter Street, San Francisco

opening reception 10/5 6-9pm

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