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SHADOWS AND ASHES: THE PERIL OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS

Bernstein Gallery
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Princeton University, New Jersey

November 6, 2017 - February 1, 2018



Princeton University student response to Shadows and Ashes exhibition : Art of Bombs Project







CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE MEDALLIC ART

collaborative exhibition of Galerie h20 and Medialia Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

April 18 - April 30, 2017









SOMETIMES A BUTTERFLY

Medialia Gallery
335 West 38th St., 4th Floor
New York, NY, 10018

September 17 - November 26, 2016













FLYING HOME

Medialia Gallery
...Rack and Hamper Gallery
335 West 38th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY, 10018

March 14 - April 25, 2015










PRELUDE TO THE FUTURE

collaborative exhibition of Galerie h20 and Medialia Gallery Kyoto, Japan

April 14 - April 26, 2015












TGD10 TAMBACOUNDA/GENEVA/DAKAR




Marion Held was an invited artist to TGD10, a project of artistic and cultural exchange that took place in Dakar, Senegal, from December 26, 2013 to January 9, 2014. Artists from around the world immersed themselves in collaborative projects within a new cultural context. The images above illustrate the project Ms. Held worked on with art students, as well as one of her works shown at the IFAN museum in Dakar in a week long exhibit of participating international artists.
For more information about TGD10 please visit the website http://www.le-cap.ch/TGD10.html









        PRESENCE/ABSENCE

  Medialia Gallery
...Rack and Hamper Gallery
335 West 38th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY, 10018

April 3 - May 1, 2010

 
     







MARION HELD: MATERIAL TRACES

 
Hunterdon ART Museum
7 Lower Center Street, Clinton, NJ

June 28 - September 13, 2009


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International Artists Symposium


TDG4 Tambacounda/Dakar/Geneva


Marion Held was an invited artist to TDG4, a project of artistic exchange between three cities, held in Tambacounda, Senegal, December, 2004. Above and below are images from her work, From an Ancient Well, installed at the Cultural Center in Tamba. The bags, used as well water buckets, are made from rubber tire inner tubes, and sold from souks along the main street of the town. By giving new meaning to a commonplace material, the work speaks to the fragility of an essential common resource, water. For more about TDG4 and Marion HeldÂ’s project, please visit the TDG4 website. Look under artistes du workshop TDG4, at the bottom of the page.