Art League Houston presents "What Art Can Do: Margarita Cabrera – The Collaborative Act of Making," "Entangled," and "Maintenance" opening reception
"What Art Can Do: Margarita Cabrera – The Collaborative Act of Making" will feature the artwork by El Paso Artist Margarita Cabrera. A catalog focusing on Cabrera’s community based art projects is being published in conjunction with this exhibition, including an essay by Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, Program Officer, Creativity and Free Expression, with the Ford Foundation, New York, NY.
"Entangled" is an exhibition of recent work by interdisciplinary, Houston based Artist, Preetika Rajgariah. In this exhibition, Rajgariah visually examines the relationship between identity and global capitalism as seen in her studies of beauty standards and the socio-consumerist practices that are prevalent in this storied history.
"Maintenance" is an exhibition of new paintings on canvas and paper by Brooklyn and Houston based Artist, Charis Ammon. Recognized for her thick, tactile and gestural application of paint, Ammon focuses on seemingly quotidian subject matter seen throughout our everyday lives.
Following the opening reception, these exhibits will be on display until November 2.