The Alta Arts presents "Superimpositions" opening reception

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"Superimpositions" opening reception
Photo courtesy of The Alta Arts

The Alta Arts will host the opening of "Superimposed," featuring recent and new works by Houston artists Luisa Duarte, Molly Koehn, and Carlos Pozo. Through screen printing, drawing, weaving and more, each artist explores form and layering in their work, pulling inspiration from the architecture around us, from their pasts, and from their imaginations. 

Duarte’s work is simultaneously minimal and complex. The prints included in this exhibition are both inkjet prints and monotypes – focusing on single forms, giving them texture and object-hood, and contextualizing/positioning them in hinted at environments.

Koehn is a multi-faceted artist, alternating between and often combining weaving, screen printing, drawing and sculpture. Her compositions consider elements of the urban environment, such as grids and building facades, and are accompanied by rocks, grass, and cinder blocks, collected by Koehn during her urban explorations.

Pozo is a professional architect, musician, and long-time printmaker and digital artist working primarily out of the print shop at Burning Bones Press in Houston’s Heights neighborhood. Pozo’s approach to printmaking explores the possibilities of certain shapes while also illustrating constructions of his own design.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until May 29.

Event Details



The Alta Arts
5412 Ashbrook Dr.
Houston, TX 77081


Ticket Info

Admission is free.