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Three new works exhibited at Out of Sight, Seattle
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115 South Jackson Street, Seattle
August 3 – 27, 2017

Out of Sight – a survey of contemporary art in the Pacific Northwest, returns to Seattle for its third year. Tandem to the Seattle Art Fair, Out of Sight is the largest and most diverse annual exhibition of contemporary art in the region. Occupying three floors of a historic building in the heart of Pioneer Square, this independently produced exhibition showcases work from Oregon, Idaho, Washington and British Columbia. With the new curatorial team of Ben Heywood, Greg Lundgren, S. Surface and Justen Waterhouse, Out of Sight is a celebration of paintings, photography, sculpture, performance, new media, murals and installations from emerging to established artists throughout the Pacific Northwest.

James Coupe, Pray (three times a day) and Eat (three times a day) (both 2017)

James Coupe, Exercise (three times a day) (2017)

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