Made in the USA is an art exhibition that was held in Raleigh, NC for two weeks in October. Artists from all over submitted work for the exhibit. All of the pieces were multi-media pieces exploring what it means to be “Made” in the postindustrial USA. An old warehouse downtown was opened up for the event. In the midst of all of this, there was even a live music performance that took place the opening night. I was fortunate enough to check it out.
Different T-shirt tags were used to assemble the states. Pretty unique idea I thought. From Brooks Brothers to Fruit of the Loom.
These paintings were properly placed in a cage setting outdoors.
Someone has a love for hats…
Clipboards in motion. Looking Busy.
Some were creating music, while others observed.
A nice cardboard structure of sorts.
Julia Gartrell had a beautiful installation. This was my personal favorite from the show.
Strong Arms and Bolts.
Last, but not least, Made In The USA. For more information about the exhibition, please check out www.musanc.com