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Photo by Sarita Westrup & Analise Minjarez

Box 13 ArtSpace will present three new exhibitions:

  • In the Downstairs Front Box, Daniela Koontz and Taylor Waldt's floral works flirt with kitsch but aim for the hauntingly beautiful and unsentimental in, The Origin of Fruit.
  • In the collaborative exhibition Sky Island, Tierra Firme, artists Sarita Westrup and Analise Minjarez investigate ideas of place, identity, and aesthetics along the Texas-Mexico border in the Downstairs Back Box.
  • In the Window Box, Bryan Keith Gardner investigates whether human beings are the unique individuals they assume they are, or cosmic bugs hurtling through space on a giant rock with no real explanation of the cosmos and our purpose, in the exhibition Bugs.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through October 29.

Box 13 ArtSpace will present three new exhibitions:

  • In the Downstairs Front Box, Daniela Koontz and Taylor Waldt's floral works flirt with kitsch but aim for the hauntingly beautiful and unsentimental in, The Origin of Fruit.
  • In the collaborative exhibition Sky Island, Tierra Firme, artists Sarita Westrup and Analise Minjarez investigate ideas of place, identity, and aesthetics along the Texas-Mexico border in the Downstairs Back Box.
  • In the Window Box, Bryan Keith Gardner investigates whether human beings are the unique individuals they assume they are, or cosmic bugs hurtling through space on a giant rock with no real explanation of the cosmos and our purpose, in the exhibition Bugs.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through October 29.

Box 13 ArtSpace will present three new exhibitions:

  • In the Downstairs Front Box, Daniela Koontz and Taylor Waldt's floral works flirt with kitsch but aim for the hauntingly beautiful and unsentimental in, The Origin of Fruit.
  • In the collaborative exhibition Sky Island, Tierra Firme, artists Sarita Westrup and Analise Minjarez investigate ideas of place, identity, and aesthetics along the Texas-Mexico border in the Downstairs Back Box.
  • In the Window Box, Bryan Keith Gardner investigates whether human beings are the unique individuals they assume they are, or cosmic bugs hurtling through space on a giant rock with no real explanation of the cosmos and our purpose, in the exhibition Bugs.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through October 29.

WHEN

WHERE

BOX 13 ArtSpace
6700 Harrisburg Blvd.
Houston, TX 77011
http://box13artspace.com/

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Admission is free.
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