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More Than Words: Text-Based Artworks II

More Than Words: Text-Based Artworks II

Richard Armendariz, Nate Cassie, Andrés Ferrandis, Cisco Jiménez, Katie Pell, Ethel Shipton, and Gary Sweeney

Ruiz-Healy Art San Antonio, Texas, USA March 25, 2020 – May 23, 2020

Ruiz-Healy Art is delighted to present More Than Words: Text-Based Artworks II at their San Antonio gallery featuring works by Richard Armendariz, Nate Cassie, Andrés Ferrandis, Cisco Jímenez, Katie Pell, Ethel Shipton, and Gary Sweeney. The exhibition will be viewable by appointment and will be made available online on Wednesday, March 25th on Ruiz-Healy Art’s

Gary Sweeney, Espero Que Regreses al Norte Pronto (2012). Neon. Image courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Art More Than Words: Text-Based Artworks II (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Art Nate Cassie, And the earth died screaming as I lay dreaming, dreaming of you (2020). Glazed stoneware with oxide text. Image courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Art Ruiz-Healy

Collaborative Work | Sounds from the Archeological Time Machine Collaborative Work | Sounds from the Archeological Time Machine

Collaborative Work | Sounds from the Archeological Time Machine

Margarita Cabrera and Cisco Jiménez

Ruiz-Healy Art San Antonio, Texas, USA 05/23/2018 – 06/30/2018

Both alumni of Artpace’s International Artist in Residence program, Jiménez in 1995 and Cabrera in 2008, their works are conceptually based in Mexican cultural objects and traditions and strongly connect with concepts of the collective/community. Director of Ruiz-Healy Art, Patricia Ruiz-Healy states, “I selected the work of Margarita and Cisco because of the dialogue they

Margarita Cabrera and Cisco Jiménez. Exhibition view of Collaborative Work | Sounds from the Archeological Time Machine, at Ruiz-Healy Art, San Antonio, Texas, 2018. Courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Art Margarita Cabrera and Cisco Jiménez. Exhibition view of Collaborative Work | Sounds from the Archeological Time Machine, at Ruiz-Healy Art, San Antonio, Texas, 2018. Courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Art Margarita Cabrera and