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Anya Tish Gallery presents Ruhee "Maknojia: Pattern and Power" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Anya Tish Gallery and the Artist

Anya Tish Gallery presents "Pattern and Power," the gallery’s debut solo exhibition of South Asian-American artist Ruhee Maknojia, whose artwork and conceptual research is influenced by the aesthetics and philosophies of Indo-American culture.

Maknojia utilizes the dichotomy of these two societies to propose global questions about contemporary ethics, values, and power structures in an ever-growing and interconnected world. The viewer will enter Maknojia’s fictional, sublime world of paintings, installation, and animation to learn and discover the intricacies, importance, and ethnology of patterns, emphasizing and identifying their multicultural relationships.

Drawing from her environment, growing up in the United States in an Indian-Pakistani home, Maknojia colorfully unfolds traditional wisdom from a place of intuition and intention.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 10.

Anya Tish Gallery presents "Pattern and Power," the gallery’s debut solo exhibition of South Asian-American artist Ruhee Maknojia, whose artwork and conceptual research is influenced by the aesthetics and philosophies of Indo-American culture.

Maknojia utilizes the dichotomy of these two societies to propose global questions about contemporary ethics, values, and power structures in an ever-growing and interconnected world. The viewer will enter Maknojia’s fictional, sublime world of paintings, installation, and animation to learn and discover the intricacies, importance, and ethnology of patterns, emphasizing and identifying their multicultural relationships.

Drawing from her environment, growing up in the United States in an Indian-Pakistani home, Maknojia colorfully unfolds traditional wisdom from a place of intuition and intention.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 10.

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WHERE

Anya Tish Gallery
4411 Montrose Blvd UNIT 500, Houston, TX 77006, USA
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TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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