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Asia Society Texas Center presents "Site Lines: Artists Working in Texas" closing day

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In ASTC’s first-ever exhibition to focus on locally-based artists, "Site Lines: Artists Working in Texas" draws connections between Asia and Texas via works by Asian American artists living in Austin, Dallas, Tyler, and Houston. Through video, drawings, paintings, installations, and collage, Ambreen Butt, Abhidnya Ghuge, Beili Liu, Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, and Prince Varughese Thomas address themes such as the value of work, cultural memory, and the importance of place.

In ASTC’s first-ever exhibition to focus on locally-based artists, "Site Lines: Artists Working in Texas" draws connections between Asia and Texas via works by Asian American artists living in Austin, Dallas, Tyler, and Houston. Through video, drawings, paintings, installations, and collage, Ambreen Butt, Abhidnya Ghuge, Beili Liu, Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, and Prince Varughese Thomas address themes such as the value of work, cultural memory, and the importance of place.

In ASTC’s first-ever exhibition to focus on locally-based artists, "Site Lines: Artists Working in Texas" draws connections between Asia and Texas via works by Asian American artists living in Austin, Dallas, Tyler, and Houston. Through video, drawings, paintings, installations, and collage, Ambreen Butt, Abhidnya Ghuge, Beili Liu, Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, and Prince Varughese Thomas address themes such as the value of work, cultural memory, and the importance of place.

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WHERE

Asia Society Texas Center
1370 Southmore Blvd.
Houston, TX 77004
https://asiasociety.org/texas/exhibitions/site-lines-artists-working-texas

TICKET INFO

$5-$8; free for Asia Society members.
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