Archive for September 2015

American Gun Show on view through November 15

American Gun Show

An exhibition of artistic responses at the intersections of free speech, personal liberty, and national identity. Curators James Morgan and Dorothy Santos explore the art and technology of guns with an objective focus to provide a much needed dialogue around an object rife with cultural, social, and political meaning.

Opening Reception: Friday, October 2, 7-10pm with First Friday art walk

Public Discussion with the curators, 7pm Friday, October 23
An open dialogue facilitated by Lisa D. Walker. Admission free.
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Performances: Friday November 6, 7pm sharp, with First Friday art walk from 7 to 11pm

During the exhibition there will be a special showing of Garland Martin Taylor’s 400 lb. stainless steel gun sculpture mounted into the bed of a pickup truck.

artists:
Morehshin Allahyari
David Bowen
Micha Cárdenas
Caroline Covington
Joseph Delappe
Christopher Elliman
Nancy Floyd
Philip Bronson Gann
Vadim Gershman
Christopher Head
Charles Krafft
Linda Lighton
Julie Meridian
Joe Miller
Nick Montfort
Lydia Moyer
Tal & Omer Golan / OMTA
Barbosa Prince
Asa Scheibe
Marnika Shelton
Brett Stalbaum
Unicode 6.0
Annie Wan
Daniel Wechsler
Cody Wilson
Henry Witecki
Nine Yamamoto-Masson
Minoosh Zomorodinia

On view October 3 through November 15, 2015
December at Works: the Annual Benefit Auction!

Caprichos Anatomicos on view through September 20

Caprichos Anatomicos is about artists depicting obsession through abstraction: mania, fascination, fixation, passion, and preoccupation. Through abstraction, the artist is reducing focus—focusing on one obsession—a word, an image, a gesture. Abstraction becomes the complexity: erasing what we don’t need, we will find what we want. Curated by Angelica Muro and Juan Luna-Avin.

Participating Artists:
Facundo Argañaraz
Miguel Arzabe
Sofia Cordova
Juan Luna-Avin
Angelica Muro
Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck

Opening Reception: with South First Fridays art walk
Friday, September 4, 7-10pm

New hours for this exhibition:
Fridays 12-6, Saturdays and Sundays 12-4

Exhibition on view through Sunday, September 20

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