In the exhibition When I saw you last..., Josephine Durkin investigates how materials and objects can be manipulated and positioned to function as human surrogates. In the Mezzanine Gallery, The Bridge Club collaborative presents a new performance and installation work titled Natural Resources, featuring objects coated in either milk or petroleum oil. Hollis Cooper will create a site-specific painting installation in response to the architecture of the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery for the exhibition Work Space. For the exhibition M4M, Mark Aguhar explores queer expression and what it means to have grown up gay on the Internet. Also on view is the Los Angeles bedroom of Neely O'Hara from the novel and movie Valley of the Dolls, represented in miniature by artist Laura Lark.
A reception will be held 6:30 - 8:30 pm, with artist talks beginning at 6 pm. The exhibitions are on view through March 12.
Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
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