Golden Age (2007–2011) is CLOSED FOREVER. This site now functions as an archive. Thank you for your patronage.
Opening: April 22, 2011, 6-9pm
We are are pleased to announce High Noon, Megan Plunkett’s second solo exhibition with Golden Age. Plunkett uses the serial processes of printmaking, publishing and casting to create prints, paintings and sculptures that re-interpret the existing world in new forms and materials.
Plunkett is equal parts archivist and editor. She mines culture, digging, sourcing and hunting. This site-specific installation features concrete sculptures, architectural interventions and works on paper.
Megan Plunkett (b. 1985, Los Angeles, CA) has previously exhibited at White Flag Projects, Saint Louis; White Columns, New York; The Swiss Institute, New York during the Milwaukee International Dark Fair; and Golden Age, Chicago. She is a co-organizer of the Publications and Multiples Fair, an annual showcase of independent art publishers and is the co-founder and editor of the Kingsboro Press, a New York based arts journal now in its seventh issue. She studied at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. She lives and works between Baltimore and Los Angeles.