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Glasshouses 31: Anthony Day

Houston artist Tony Day believes in freedom. Not bald-eagle-laser-etched-on-your-Ford-truck-‘Murica freedom, but freedom of expression. Day is a Yosemite Sam for the creative process.
Saving, 8”x10” airbrush on canvas, 2013

A Pop Garden and Cinema Collapscapes

El Ultimo Grito's inquiry into the collapsing of time and space in films led them to create new trailers for movies that ignore narrative to focus solely on objects and spaces.
A Pop Garden and Cinema Collapscapes

Wish What You Watch For

Chris Sauter, like Jesus, invites you to stick your hand in a hole. His inter-related projects examine the false dichotomies between religion and science.
Wish What You Watch For

Troy Stanley: concrete-spring

It’s no great leap to use cardboard to make tree rings, or speaker wire to weave baskets, but Stanley's sensitivity and care go a long way towards making them great.
Troy Stanley: concrete-spring

Tiny Park: A Catalogue

With only two or three inches between each work, the exhibition doesn't exactly lend itself to parsing, but it's a show about transition: from where the gallery has been to where it is going.
Tiny Park: A Catalogue