RULE Gallery (Marfa)
April 13 - June 17, 2018
An exhibition featuring works by Wilma Fiori, Adam Fowler, Matthew Larson, Edda Renouf, and Joshua Ware. "The Lightest Gesture presents five artists working in distinctly different media whose common voice is revealed in the unknown space between the physical and the psychological. Through material, process and repetition, each artist has developed a private language uniquely personal to their practice. For each, the interaction between material and the creative process produces an emotional dynamic similar to the complex relationships we form throughout our lives."
Charles DiJulio: Experimental Movie Posters, 1964-1965 features handmade movie posters for CU Boulder’s Experimental Cinema Group, now known as First Person Cinema. In Proximity features early...Read More
“Where You Are Not is an intimate discussion between artists Caleb Hahne and Molly Bounds regarding themes of vulnerability, sacrifice, and cycles of dysfunction. The...Read More
A show of paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Nathan Abels. The works combine old and new imagery imagery, “contrasting collective faith in modern and ancient technologies with...Read More
A show of works by NYC-based artist Matthew Larson. The fiber works in the show “are produced by affixing lengths of yarn to sheets of Velcro in...Read More
An exhibition of works by Michigan-based artist Jason DeMarte. In his work, DeMarte “explores the veneer of material desire and constructed natural beauty by composing fictional tableaux that speak...Read More
An exhibition of paintings by Margaret Neumann. In the show, the artist focuses on the contrast between finding importance through process and creation versus searching for depth...Read More
The debut opening of RULE Gallery in Marfa. The first exhibition consists of fabric pieces and works on paper by Joseph Coniff.