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Apama Mackey Gallery presents Poll(itics) 2016 / The Documentary, a look at the response to the 2016 election(s). Politics is not new, elections are not new; what is new is that it is an election of anything goes. At some point, we are not even dealing with an election anymore; it is a dystopia of school yard bullying and everyone, at every age, is involved.

Poll(itics) 2016 / The Documentary exhibits artists using their voice through photography, video, painting, and print. The exhibition will also feature "the wall of memorabilia," complete with official exhibition documentation. Memorabilia will include countless opinions on the candidates and issues in today’s climate; spanning from Black Lives Matter to ISIS. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 31.

Apama Mackey Gallery presents Poll(itics) 2016 / The Documentary, a look at the response to the 2016 election(s). Politics is not new, elections are not new; what is new is that it is an election of anything goes. At some point, we are not even dealing with an election anymore; it is a dystopia of school yard bullying and everyone, at every age, is involved.

Poll(itics) 2016 / The Documentary exhibits artists using their voice through photography, video, painting, and print. The exhibition will also feature "the wall of memorabilia," complete with official exhibition documentation. Memorabilia will include countless opinions on the candidates and issues in today’s climate; spanning from Black Lives Matter to ISIS.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 31.

Apama Mackey Gallery presents Poll(itics) 2016 / The Documentary, a look at the response to the 2016 election(s). Politics is not new, elections are not new; what is new is that it is an election of anything goes. At some point, we are not even dealing with an election anymore; it is a dystopia of school yard bullying and everyone, at every age, is involved.

Poll(itics) 2016 / The Documentary exhibits artists using their voice through photography, video, painting, and print. The exhibition will also feature "the wall of memorabilia," complete with official exhibition documentation. Memorabilia will include countless opinions on the candidates and issues in today’s climate; spanning from Black Lives Matter to ISIS.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 31.

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Apama Mackey Gallery
628 E. 11th St.
Houston, TX 77008
http://www.apamamackeygallery.com/

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