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HOME., Selected By Amy Hargreaves (online exhibition)

About this exhibition

“It's the familiar safe space where we find comfort in routines.  

To-do lists, meals with family, a cozy corner.

Home is also where our personal demons can hide or reveal themselves. 

Expressed or suppressed, real or imagined- anxiety, uneasiness, even fear is present. 

Here, through inspired lenses of the tactile and the terrestrial, the spacey and the everyday, private super heroes prevail.  

Through all of our battles and all of our transformations, we begin and we end at HOME.”

About the selector

Amy Hargreaves is a New York-based actress currently starring in the enormously popular Netflix series 13 Reasons Why.  She is perhaps most recognized for her recurring role as Carrie Mathison’s (Claire Danes) always responsible sister Maggie on Showtime's hit series Homeland.  For her role in the HBO original film Flashback, she was nominated for a Cable Ace Award for best actress in a dramatic series or special. 

As for her film credits, Amy is best known for the Cannes '13 Prix Fipresci award-winning Blue Ruin (Dir Jeremy Saulnier), as well as How He Fell In Love (opposite Matt McGorry), Wonderstruck, Super Dark Times, The Preppie Connection, Michael Clayton, Shame, and the 1990s cult classic Brainscan (opposite Edward Furlong and Frank Langella).  

On stage, Amy has been involved with the New York's award-winning  Barrow Group Theater Company for over 20 years where she has been seen in productions of "Expecting Isabel" and "Trust."  She has explored playwriting and directing there in more recent years as well.  Off-Broadway, she has been seen in "Laugh It Up, Stare It Down" at the Cherry Lane theater, "Years of Sky" at 59E59, and in "Living Proof" with the Jewish Repertory Theatre. She was most recently on stage at the Berkeley Rep in the first ever the "24 Hour Plays/Bay Area" after performing in the "24 Hour Plays/Broadway" in New York last season.