LOT 18 Exhibition Review: Kansas City Star

Nature is everywhere, including artist’s Brookside backyard.

By Theresa Bemnister

Bitterman further explores the idea of scale and the role it plays in the creation of meaning in “Lot 18,” an exhibit at the Subterranean Gallery, a space operated in a basement apartment inhabited by recent Kansas City Art Institute graduate Ayla Rexroth. Like “Point of Interest,” “Lot 18” is part of the artist’s “Home(Land) Art” series, inspired by Land Art, an art movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s in which artists created monumental installations in remote locations, often incorporating elements of the landscape such as dirt and rocks.



“Point of Interest” continues at 14 W. 66th St. through July 30. Hours are 9 a.m. to dusk; closed during rain. For more information, visit http://www.natureand systems.com.

“Lot 18: New Work by A. Bitterman” continues at the Subterranean Gallery, 4124 Warwick Blvd. Apt. B, through July 1. Open by appointment; call 309-230-7115 or send email to subterraneangallery@gmail.com


2 responses to “LOT 18 Exhibition Review: Kansas City Star

  1. Subterranean ROCKS!


  2. Hi!

    if you are into underground art, you’ll probably be interested in this: http://www.numanhoid.com



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