Transcomplementations: The Work of Bryan Sieling

June 29th 2019 - August 15th 2019

A Portsmouth native, Bryan Sieling started his career as an intern at the Southern Ohio Museum. After a graduate degree in exhibition design, he joined the Smithsonian network, his most current endeavor being the completion of a seven – project designing and constructing all galleries in the spectacular new National Museum of African American History and Culture. In his own studio, Sieling designs new identities for old objects, arranging disparate objects that complement each other in unexpected ways, and which become transformed in the process.

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