Cut & Paste
at Rochester Contemporary Art Center


Cut & Paste

at Rochester Contemporary Art Center in Rochester, New York, USA
5 April-10 May 2019

Opening reception: Friday, 5 April, 6-9PM

“Cut & Paste” features collage artworks by over 100 established artists, emerging artists, and collectives. Curated by Bleu Cease.

Exhibiting Artists Include: Bonnie Barber, Lou Beach, Lydia Boddie-Rice, Tyler Bohm, Michaela Borg, Heather Brand, Phil Carney, Erin Case, Joe Castro, Carl Chiarenza, Rebecca Clouatre, Angela Coates, Eugenia Conde, Bob Conge, Paulette Davis, Cheryl Dawdy, Richard Della Costa, Paul Dodd, Lynn Duggan, Jeremy Dziedzic, Allie Ellis, Brenda Erickson, Kathleen Farrell, Kurt Feuerherm, Judy Feuerherm, Karen Frutiger, Lois Gruberger, Adam Hale, Richard Harvey, Alicia Herbst, DaShon Hill, Nate Hodge, Bill Judkins, Amanda Kline, Morgan Lappin, Alejandro Lorenzo, Susan Mandl, Ravi Mangla, Judy Marshall, Joseph Mayernik, Lacey McKinney, Gerald Mead, Peter Monacelli, Patrick Moskwa, Lori Mulligan, Cory Peeke, Vincent Pidone, Sam Posso, Nicole Reddington, Leslie Rottner, Elizabeth Sibley, Clint Simmons, Jason Smith, Steven Specht, Nathan Stromberg, Werner Sun, Jeff Suszczynski, D Dargan Teska, Michele Vair, Anita Welych, Silvia Wladimirski.

Works from artist collectives, The Rochester Collage & Diorama League and The Kut-Uups, are featured as well. The Rochester Collage & Diorama League artists include Nancy Bernardo, Kurt Ketchum, Adam Maida, Laurie O’Brien, and Elizabeth Sawyer. The Kut-Uups artists include Johnny Brewton, Giselle Brewton, Mark Faigenbaum, E. Francis Kohler, Dan Melchior, Jeanne Storck, and Chris Veltri.

The exhibition includes a new text about collage, “Reclaiming Cut and Paste”, by Brooklyn-based artist, curator and writer Etty Yaniv.

(text adapted from the gallery’s press materials)


Rochester Contemporary Art Center (ROCO)
137 East Avenue
Rochester, New York 14604 USA
(585) 461-2222

Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, Noon-5PM
Friday, Noon-9PM


by Erin Case
Courtesy of the artist