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“In the Aftermath” By Kevork Mourad

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 19, 2007, 5-9pm
Meet the Artist: Friday, April 27th, 6-8pm & Saturday, April 28th, 6-7pm
Live Performance: Saturday, April 28th, 7:30pm
Show Dates: April 10 – May 12, 2007

Providence, RI (April 4, 2007): Gallery Z invites you to join us for the opening reception of “In the Aftermath,” an exhibition of artwork by Kevork Mourad, on Thursday, April 19, 2007 from 5-9pm. The show will be on display from April 10 through May 12, 2007. Artist Kevork Mourad will be present at the opening reception.

Kevork Mourad was born in Aleppo, Syria, where he lived until he was accepted to Yerevan Institute of Fine Art in Armenia, the place of his heritage. Kevork received his MFA in 1996 and moved to the United States in 1998. Since then, he has had his paintings displayed in countless exhibitions both nationally and internationally, including a solo show at the Armenian Library and Museum of America.

“In the Aftermath” is a powerful and potent series of paintings evoking the injustices and conflicts that have defined our society, particularly the Armenian Genocide of 1915 and the current war in Iraq. Upon first glance of Kevork’s work, the viewer becomes trapped in the swarm of emotion radiating from the canvas. There is undisputed depth to every aspect of Kevork’s paintings; each individual line and color is unique and crucial piece to the final image.

Early in his career, Kevork developed a technique of spontaneous painting, a type of performance art in which he shares the stage with musicians and allows the music take control of his brush. His first live painting performance was in 1997, and in 2005, Kevork joined the Silk Road Ensemble, a group founded by cellist Yo-Yo Ma that is “…dedicated to exploring the relationship between tradition and innovation in music.” Kevork has since performed Live Illustration to audiences across the globe.

Mourad will be performing "live illustration" at Sts. Sahag & Mesrob Armenian Church on Saturday, April 28th, 2007. The live illustration will feature the music of Gomidas (1869-1945), an Armenian composer and ethnomusicologist, performed by the “Brooklyn Rider String Quartet”, which includes Nicholas Cords, Jonathan Gandeisman, Colin Jacobsen, and Eric Jacobsen, four members of the Silk Road Ensemble. The performance will be presented in collaboration with the Armenian Historical Association of Rhode Island in honor of the late Corrine Heditsian, the former Chairperson of the Board of AHARI.