January 27 - March 14, 2021
To register for the artist roundtable on March 8, 2021, go here.
To register for the conversation on March 10, 2021, go here.
A group exhibition in Houston. From the Blaffer:
“In the strangely unnerving and isolating circumstances of a global pandemic, as well as a renewed reckoning over race relations in the U.S., many of us covet the human contact—physically, socially, culturally—that we often take for granted. And yet with the viral, and sometimes violent conditions brought to bear in every corner of the globe, we know that humans are also the primary carriers of a life-threatening disease. At this intersection of anxiety, joy, desire, and resilience, this exhibition simultaneously examines and celebrates the body as a site of comfort, hope, and danger.
Through the work of fifteen local artists working across a spectrum of media and techniques, Carriers highlights personal narratives and intimate stories—bridging biography with broader themes of representation, health, labor, sexuality, and gender.”
On View: January 27, 2021 | 1–5 pm
Artist talk: March 8, 2021 | 6–7:30 pm
Artist Roundtable, see event for registration.
Conversation: March 8, 2021 | 6–7 pm
Dr. Rachel Afi Quinn and Steven Matijcio, see event for registration
120 University of Houston Fine Arts Building
Houston, 77204-4018 TX