Charlie Schuck


Charlie Schuck

Thirty-four-year-old Northwest native Charlie Schuck is the founder of Object store in Seattle’s Belltown and works as a photographer and director. A strong affinity for design, arrangement, and the Northwest led to his creation of Object in December 2010. In addition, Charlie is co-founder of a design/idea collaboration called Wunder, is the publisher of DAY NIGHT Magazine and Object Papers, and is currently working on a new publication dedicated to nature, beauty, and romanticism. Additional projects underway include Sero City Guides and The Color Project

Object was born to showcase new design and innovative thought emerging from the Pacific Northwest. It has evolved into a brick-and-mortar collaboration, publishing, and retail space. In addition to local modern design, Object features found objects and antiques from places that have traditionally influenced the Northwest. Object’s aim is to create environmental experiences that question traditional notions of how art, craft, and design relate to one another.


 

Mw [Moment Magnitude] is organized by the Frye Art Museum and curated by Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker, Joshua Kohl, Ryan Mitchell, Doug Nufer, and Yoko Ott. The exhibition is funded by the Frye Foundation with the generous support of Frye Art Museum members and donors. Sponsored by Frank Stagen, Nitze-Stagen, and Riddell Williams, it is supported by the Washington State Arts Commission, with funding—in part—by The Wallace Foundation, and by 4Culture and the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs. Seasonal support of the Frye Art Museum is provided by Canonicus Fund and ArtsFund.

Media sponsorship of Mw [Moment Magnitude] is by KUOW 94.9FM and The Stranger. Opening event sponsorship is by The Boeing Company.