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Dallas Art Fair 2016 and Houston Roundup Dallas Art Fair 2016 and Houston Roundup

Dallas Art Fair 2016 and Houston Roundup

By Dorothée Dupuis Dallas, Texas 04/15/2016 – 04/17/2016

What’s the difference between prejudice and fantasy? Texas incarnates a big chunk of the American dream, notably in relation to a specific landscape, the one of the Wild West, with its reddish canyons and strategically designed myths of autochthon tribes fighting heroic cowboys whitewashed as straight and Caucasian. On this image is superimposed others of

Nick Vaughan y Jake Margolin en Devin Borden, Houston. Dallas Art Fair 2016. ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre el prejuicio y la fantasía? Texas encarna gran parte del sueño americano, notablemente en relación a un paisaje específico, el del Wild West, con sus valles rojos y sus mitos diseñados de tribus autóctonas peleando cowboys heroicos blanqueados. Sobre esta

Did You Know We Taught Them How to Dance?

Did You Know We Taught Them How to Dance?

Zina Saro-Wiwa

Blaffer Art Museum Houston, Texas, USA 09/25/2015 – 12/19/2015

Curated by Amy L. Powell Blaffer Art Museum is proud to debut Did You Know We Taught Them How to Dance?, the first solo museum presentation of works by British-Nigerian video artist and filmmaker Zina Saro-Wiwa. Featuring video installations, photographs, and a sound installation produced in the Niger Delta region of southeastern Nigeria from 2013 to

Curated by Amy L. Powell Blaffer Art Museum is proud to debut Did You Know We Taught Them How to Dance?, the first solo museum presentation of works by British-Nigerian video artist and filmmaker Zina Saro-Wiwa. Featuring video installations, photographs, and a sound installation produced in the Niger Delta region of southeastern Nigeria from 2013 to

Time / Image Time / Image

Time / Image

Curated by Amy L. Powell

Blaffer Art Museum Houston, Texas, USA 09/25/2015 – 12/12/2015

Blaffer Art Museum is proud to debut Time / Image, a group exhibition of artworks and films that probe the question of what constitutes an image of time, rendering it perceptible as an expansive dimension for play and for serious political imagination. Curated by Amy L. Powell, curator of modern and contemporary art at Krannert

Blaffer Art Museum is proud to debut Time / Image, a group exhibition of artworks and films that probe the question of what constitutes an image of time, rendering it perceptible as an expansive dimension for play and for serious political imagination. Curated by Amy L. Powell, curator of modern and contemporary art at Krannert