Photo by Nathaniel Donnett

Art League Houston presents "In One Form or Another; Verse One," an exhibition by Houston artist Nathaniel Donnett, which explores the aesthetics and visual language of art embedded within the forms and structures of social protests against injustice while simultaneously looking at Black Art movements and their responses to the social movements and ideas about art of their time.

Black music references, abstracted slithers of black historical neighborhoods and black vernacular architecture are departure points for the installation. The works in the exhibition include sculpture, mixed media paintings, light, sound, video projection & performance and investigate the relationships between methods of art, protests, form, acts of resistance, and social justice.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until January 20, 2018.

Art League Houston presents "In One Form or Another; Verse One," an exhibition by Houston artist Nathaniel Donnett, which explores the aesthetics and visual language of art embedded within the forms and structures of social protests against injustice while simultaneously looking at Black Art movements and their responses to the social movements and ideas about art of their time.

Black music references, abstracted slithers of black historical neighborhoods and black vernacular architecture are departure points for the installation. The works in the exhibition include sculpture, mixed media paintings, light, sound, video projection & performance and investigate the relationships between methods of art, protests, form, acts of resistance, and social justice.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until January 20, 2018.

Art League Houston presents "In One Form or Another; Verse One," an exhibition by Houston artist Nathaniel Donnett, which explores the aesthetics and visual language of art embedded within the forms and structures of social protests against injustice while simultaneously looking at Black Art movements and their responses to the social movements and ideas about art of their time.

Black music references, abstracted slithers of black historical neighborhoods and black vernacular architecture are departure points for the installation. The works in the exhibition include sculpture, mixed media paintings, light, sound, video projection & performance and investigate the relationships between methods of art, protests, form, acts of resistance, and social justice.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until January 20, 2018.

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Art League Houston
1953 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
https://www.artleaguehouston.org/

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