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Forth and Nomad Gallery presents Dana Caldera: "Visual Anthropology" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Dana Caldera

Forth and Nomad Gallery will present Houston artist Dana Caldera in their second exhibition, "Visual Anthropology." This will be Caldera's first career solo exhibition, coming after participation in a group show at Alexandria Museum of Art in 2019.

In this collection, she continues to work with found images to create texture rich, mixed-media pieces that incorporate collage, painting, and drawing. Working mostly with images of strangers, each work of art is a kind of individual artistic ethnography where she attempts to create a visual representation of the stranger's thoughts, feelings, hopes, and fears.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 4.

Forth and Nomad Gallery will present Houston artist Dana Caldera in their second exhibition, "Visual Anthropology." This will be Caldera's first career solo exhibition, coming after participation in a group show at Alexandria Museum of Art in 2019.

In this collection, she continues to work with found images to create texture rich, mixed-media pieces that incorporate collage, painting, and drawing. Working mostly with images of strangers, each work of art is a kind of individual artistic ethnography where she attempts to create a visual representation of the stranger's thoughts, feelings, hopes, and fears.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 4.

Forth and Nomad Gallery will present Houston artist Dana Caldera in their second exhibition, "Visual Anthropology." This will be Caldera's first career solo exhibition, coming after participation in a group show at Alexandria Museum of Art in 2019.

In this collection, she continues to work with found images to create texture rich, mixed-media pieces that incorporate collage, painting, and drawing. Working mostly with images of strangers, each work of art is a kind of individual artistic ethnography where she attempts to create a visual representation of the stranger's thoughts, feelings, hopes, and fears.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 4.

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Forth and Nomad Gallery
731 Yale St.
Houston, TX 77007
http://www.forthandnomad.com/

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Admission is free.
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