Bianca Beck, Tamara Gonzales, Christina Forrer

Monday, Aug. 23 and Saturday, Nov. 6 | 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Beeler Gallery
United States

bianca beck work

Bianca Beck, Tamara Gonzales, Christina Forrer 

Free and open to the public
Beeler Gallery, 60 Cleveland Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43215

An opening reception, which is free and open to the public, will be held Thursday, Aug. 26 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Bianca Beck, Tamara Gonzales, and Christina Forrer is a consideration of how we collectively reset ourselves after COVID-19’s dramatic and fatal strike across our worlds. How do we newly interact? How do we reassert our social selves? What do we do with our bodies now that we are reapproaching proximity and intimacy? As we consider being close to others again questions arise: Where do I stand? Where is it safe? Where is it appropriate?

Twenty-four works by Bianca Beck, Tamara Gonzales, and Christina Forrer are gathered to help us think about these questions and consider the space around and between our bodies. Let us survey the damage and the remains and take to the world again with desire and fear, both too close and too far from each other and figure out again how we stand with each other, and like Ovid begins his Metamorphoses: “Of bodies chang'd to various forms, I sing.” Learn more about the exhibition, which is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Greater Columbus Arts Council and the Ohio Arts Council, at

Beeler Gallery has a variety of health and safety protocols in place in response to COVID-19. Learn more before visiting. 


Bianca Beck, Untitled, 2018

Wood, wire, papier-mâché, acrylic, and oil 

108 x 39 x 19 inches

Courtesy the artist and Rachel Uffner Gallery