Top Five: January 11, 2018 with Danette Dufilho

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Friday,  1.19.18

Amy Gerhauser: The Pacific Gyre series; Projects About Consumption and Loss

December 15, 2017 through January 18, 2018
This series of works by Amy Gerhauser "addresses the issue of oceanic trash gyres and their effect on Albatrosses; it is intended as both a meditation on loss and hope for a solution. Work in this exhibition includes two installations, sculpture, and a Plastic Selfie station where visitors can photo-document their own plastic items."
San Angelo |  Gallery Verde

Duality of Presence

October 12, 2017 through February 16, 2018
"Duality of Presence brings together 19 contemporary makers united by their concern with ‘material specificity’ in their work, specifically as a way of looking at how material itself can communicate complex and distinct narratives." This exhibition is co-curated by Kerianne Quick and Jessica Tolbert and features works by:Jessica Anderson • Lynn Batchelder • Thea Clark • Nikki Couppee • Motoko Furuhashi • Steven Gordon Holman • Alexandra Hopp • Masumi Kataoka • Joshua Kosker • Tova Lund • Sharon Massey • Jaydan Moore • Wei Lah Poh • Kerianne Quick • Kaiya Rainbolt • Yumi Janairo Roth • Jina Seo • Demitra Thomloudis • Jess Tolbert

Tierra. Sangre. Oro.

August 25, 2017 through March 18, 2018
Tierra. Sangre. Oro. is an exhibition envisioned by artist Rafa Esparza. The program will include new installation, performance, and sculptural work from Esparza alongside collaborations and contributions from artists Carmen Argote, Nao Bustamante, Beatriz Cortez, Timo Fahler, Eamon Ore-Giron, and Star Montana.
Marfa |  Ballroom Marfa

Patrick Earl Hammie: Birth Throes

October 6, 2017 through September 22, 2018
A show of figurative paintings by artist Patrick Earl Hammie. "Birth Throes, a collection of portraits and allegories, meditates on the relationships between the artist and his mother, mortality, and the capacity for black experience to disrupt, diversify, and enrich American culture."
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