June 27 - August 1, 2020
From Gray Contemporary:
“Our last exhibition of the season is in my opinion the most important exhibition we have had to date. I honestly had considered closing down for the rest of the Summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, a long history of neglected attention to another type of pandemic arose by the demonstrations of many brave activists and concerned citizens in this country to the abuse and systematic racism that has plagued the American Black community. Through Black Lives Matter this inspirational movement has now spread worldwide. This upcoming exhibition Matter., is comprised of artists from different racial backgrounds joined together by the color black to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement along with all the protests worldwide. The works within this exhibition were not made specifically for this exhibition, but rather by their day to day studio practice. As this exhibition is less about individual perspectives and more about the unity of us individual artists coming together as one to support and stand against any form of racism or oppression. In show of support Gray Contemporary will donate all gallery percentages of sales within this exhibition to Black Lives Matter Global Network.”
Artists Names: Theresa Anderson, Mary Bucci McCoy, Amber Cobb, Deborah Dancy, Mel DeWees, Neil Fortune, Tommy Gregory, Sarah Elise Hall, Monique Lacey, Ernesto Marenco, Tim McFarlane, André Ramos-Woodard, Dave Swensen and Matter”
“While keeping in mind each clients well-being, as a result to the novel coronavirus
(COVID-19) we will not be hosting an evening exhibition opening between 6-8 pm.
All gallery visitors must make an appointment and wear a face mask.
3508 Lake Street
Houston, 77098 TX