Art opening reception: Superficial Outgrowths, Nerve Endings, This End Up and The Significance of "Material"

Lawndale Art Center

Lawndale Art Center presents four exhibitions. In the John M. O'Quinn Gallery, Sang-Mi Yoo focuses on the ideal home through prints, laser cut wool felt and their three-dimensional conversions for the exhibition Superficial Outgrowths.

In the Cecily E. Horton Gallery, Regina Agu looks to forms of self-representation (portraiture, adornment and personal objects) and the layered, residual traces left by these bodies in the built environment for inspiration for the exhibition Nerve Endings. In the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery, Melinda Laszczynski and Jessica Ninci focus on the orientation and arrangement of non-representational works within a specific space and the nuances of installation for the exhibition This End Up.

In the Project Space, Beth Secor's installation The Significance of "Material" uses her mother's sewing patterns, sewing machines, thread and fabric designs as an inspiration, combining these materials, as well as painted elements and text. 

On view through Jan. 11, 2014.



Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002


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