Artists Christine Meuris and Kristina Nobleman are IN SYMMETRY. With the concepts of wholeness and balance in mind, they have created work in their related yet unique visual languages.
Virsik’s works contain thread and stitching, painted over self-portraits, silk organza, prints and old business cards, and dots and holes, all which reveal and conceal.
Ricki Dwyer’s vast textiles and small sculptures examine the gravity of human relationships.
In treating the gallery as a body, Dwyer adorns the overhead trusses like a garment. In the largest work, The Flexible Accumulation of Self Construction, he flips between the concept of the cloth as garment and the cloth as body itself.
Jamal Cyrus: The End of My Beginning is the first museum survey of Houston-based multidisciplinary artist Jamal…
Nigerian American artist Jite Agbro considers our changing and nuanced relationship to the built environment in her MadArt Studio exhibition, P. L .U. A. (Proposed Land Use Action).
Through installation, photography, video, painting, performance, textiles, sculpture, poetry, and printmaking, this exhibition is a microcosm of allied and conflicting political, social, and aesthetic approaches.
Sending dreams through the mail connects strangers with their unconscious and each other.
Their newest series of video, print and large-scale textile banners focus on the social, racial and environmental upheaval during the summer of 2020. Led by the ideals of Black Lives Matter, Antifa and their own background as a radical educator, Vo’s solo show investigates the multitudes of activism and is a call for social justice and global solidarity.