Steve Locke (’02)
that last time we touched the water
Hudson Opera House
327 Warren St, Hudson, NY 12534
April 4—May 10, 2015
Exhibition opening reception with the artist:
Saturday, April 4, 5–7pm
Boston-based artist Steve Locke makes work that is colorful, complex, and unapologetically human. Concerned with figuration and perceptions of the male figure, his art explores themes of masculinity and homosexuality, both integral issues in the artist’s work.
Locke’s recent solo exhibition, there is no one left to blame, at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. He has had solo exhibitions in Sao Paulo, Brasil, a solo project at VOLTA 5 in Basel, Switzerland and has been in group shows in Boston, New York, Pennsylvania, Savannah, Seattle, and Beijing. Mr. Locke is an Associate Professor at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and Visiting Core Critic in painting at Yale, and is represented by Samsøn in Boston, Massachusetts.