Top Five: January 11, 2018 with Danette Dufilho

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UPCOMING EVENTS

ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Saturday,  1.20.18

Opening

The Rockport Way

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   12–2 pm
The Rockport Way features a selection of work by artists who exhibit in the Rockport area. The show is a collaborative effort between the Beeville Art Museum and the Rockport Center for the Arts.
Beeville  |  Beeville Art Museum

Seeing the Unseen

November 11, 2017 through January 28, 2018
Seeing the Unseen features works by Texas-based artists Jesse Amado, Joey Fauerso, Riley Robinson and Chris Sauter. "Together, the artists in this show exemplify the idea of design and construction through the theater of surprise and the unexpected. They speak about regional and global issues of family, addiction, technology and agriculture in an intimate and personal manner and turn the concerns of identity and the accompanying sociopolitical effects into a collective response and experience."

Maurice Roberts: Correlation

November 18, 2017 through January 28, 2018
"Correlation features a grand-scale installation by photographer & collage artist Maurice Roberts. Through his lens he explores universal patterns and archetypes that can be deconstructed as pieces of an even greater cosmic binary code."

Lauren Moya Ford: Vessel

January 5 through February 23, 2018
A site-specific multi-media installation by Lauren Moya Ford. The pieces in the show "center on botanical life and folkloric pottery as elements that are shaped by human activity, and that change through space and time."
Corpus Christi |  K Space Contemporary

Los Tejanos: Chicano Art from the collection of Cheech Marin

January 12 through April 29, 2018
An exhibition featuring Chicano art from the collection of writer and entertainer Cheech Marin. The show combines works from Marin's collection with pieces from the museum's collection and will include artists Connie Arismendi, Carlos Donjuan, Gaspar Enríquez, Benito Huerta, Luis Jiménez, César A. Martínez, Joe Peña, Franco Mondini-Ruiz, Ricardo Ruiz, Teresa Ruiz, Marta Sanchez, Maricela Sanchez, and Vincent Valdez.
Corpus Christi |  Art Museum of South Texas
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