Nicole Longnecker Gallery presents The Nature of Forms by Frank Sherwood White and Intentionally Dirty by Julian Lorber
Nicole Longnecker Gallery presents dual exhibitions, The Nature of Forms by photographer Frank Sherwood White and Intentionally Dirty from artist Julian Lorber. Opening day gallery stroll is March 28 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., with an artists' reception from 5-8 p.m. An exhibit discussion with Bill Arning, executive director of the Contemporary Art Museum Houston, focused on the work of Julian Lorber will take place on April 4, 2 p.m.
Additionally on April 18, 2 p.m., there will be an artist talk with Frank Sherwood White discussing his new exhibit.
Frank Sherwood White received a degree in photography from The Rochester Institute of Technology in the late 1970s and resides in Houston. He is a lecturer at Rice University's School of Architecture, where he has taught photography for the past 20 years along with being one of Houston's most sought-after commercial photographers. It was this successful career that awards him the freedom to explore his art photography and his quest to illustrate interesting perspectives found in the natural world around us.
A part of the Bushwick Brooklyn art scene, Julian Lorber studied at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. He produces works using paint, drawing, collage, video, sculpture and installation. Lorber regularly exhibits at art fairs during Miami Basel and at VOLTA NY, and will be exhibiting with Hilger NEXT (Vienna) this May. His works have also been featured in TimeOut NY, Whitehot Magazine, Arte Fuse, Studio Visit Magazine, and The WILD Magazine. Additionally, Julian was recently reviewed by Hyperallergic, as well as ROOMS magazine (UK) and ArchiExpo (FR).