Top Five 9.10.2015

by Glasstire September 9, 2015

Christina Rees, Rainey Knudson, and Brandon Zech take on the onslaught of openings kicking off the fall season.


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Bonus: Lecture by Malcolm Warner: Henry Raeburn: Scotland’s Old Master
Kimbell Art Museum (Fort Worth)
September 11, 6PM

Malcolm Warner will lecture on the Scottish artist Henry Raeburn. Warner will discuss Raeburn’s work in the larger context of European portraiture.


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1. Mark Flood: Methage in a Bottle
Cardoza Fine Art (Houston)
September 12 – October 25
Opens September 12, 6-9PM

An exhibition of works by Mark Flood. There will also be a rough cut screening of Mark Flood’s feature film Art Fair Fever.


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2. The Bridge Club: Cut
Art Palace (Houston)
September 11 – October 24
Opens September 11, 6-8PM

An exhibition of photographs by The Bridge Club. Documenting performances from the past two years, the images reference a collective persona, while hinting at individual isolation. There will also be an opening-night performance.


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3. Tom Orr: Tightrope
Barry Whistler Gallery (Dallas)
September 12 – October 10
Opens September 12, 6-8PM

An exhibition of large sculptural installations by artist Tom Orr. Utilizing mirrors, shadows, and wire, Orr’s installations create a “visual and physical balance with simply connected materials and intuitive structuring.”


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4. Tameka Norris: Sole Rights
David Shelton Gallery (Houston)
September 11 – October 10
Opens September 11, 6-8PM

An exhibition of works by Tameka Norris. Through video, performance, painting and sculpture, Norris attempts to “navigate the treacherous terrain surrounding women of color in today’s world.”


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5. Fred Sandback: Prints from the 1970’s
Lawrence Markey (San Antonio)
September 10 – October 16
Opens September 10, 5–7PM

An exhibition of prints by Fred Sandback. Using his own sculptures as points of reference, Sandback’s prints explore the delicate properties of line.

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