Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas

Campions

Curated by Debra Barrera

Jonathan Hopson Gallery Houston, Texas, USA 09/10/2017 – 10/15/2017

Talia Shulze, rose+lily, 2017. C print, framed. 16 x 20”. Image courtesy of Jonathan Hopson.

Installation view. Campions at Jonathan Hopson, 2017. Image courtesy of Jonathan Hopson.

Installation view: Brittney Anele, Chained Jumper, 2017. Handmade garment. 57 x 32 x 1″. Image courtesy of Jonathan Hopson

Jonathan Hopson is pleased to present Campions, a group show curated by Debra Barrera featuring work by six artist who . While diverse in their style, the works by Brittney Anele, Linda Arredondo, Steven Evans, Jamil Hellu, Liz Rodda, and Talia Shulze.

The American ideology of difference has shifted. A recent change has emerged for acceptance of the marginalized unlike any American history has seen before. This cultural shift creates at once a great awakening and a harsh resistance. What remains is the complexity of contemporary American identity and the rise of once soft voices growing louder.

Campions are flowers found only on the cliffs of Gibraltar. In 1994 they were declared extinct. Only two years later a hiker discovered their existence but the flowers only grow in inhospitable environments. Campions are weak fragrant, evening blooming flowers with a short life span. They are prized for their rarity.

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Talia Shulze, rose+lily, 2017. C print, framed. 16 x 20”. Image courtesy of Jonathan Hopson.

Installation view. Campions at Jonathan Hopson, 2017. Image courtesy of Jonathan Hopson.

Installation view: Brittney Anele, Chained Jumper, 2017. Handmade garment. 57 x 32 x 1″. Image courtesy of Jonathan Hopson

Jonathan Hopson is pleased to present Campions, a group show curated by Debra Barrera featuring work by six artist who . While diverse in their style, the works by Brittney Anele, Linda Arredondo, Steven Evans, Jamil Hellu, Liz Rodda, and Talia Shulze.

The American ideology of difference has shifted. A recent change has emerged for acceptance of the marginalized unlike any American history has seen before. This cultural shift creates at once a great awakening and a harsh resistance. What remains is the complexity of contemporary American identity and the rise of once soft voices growing louder.

Campions are flowers found only on the cliffs of Gibraltar. In 1994 they were declared extinct. Only two years later a hiker discovered their existence but the flowers only grow in inhospitable environments. Campions are weak fragrant, evening blooming flowers with a short life span. They are prized for their rarity.

http://jonathanhopsongallery.com/

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