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Holocaust Museum Houston presents "Coexistence" opening day

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Photo by Piotr Mlodozeniec, Poland

Holocaust Museum Houston, in partnership with educational, cultural, civic, religious, and corporate communities of greater Houston, will present the return of "Coexistence, a unique and thought-provoking free outdoor art exhibition in Hermann Park along Fannin Street. "Coexistence," which precedes the June reopening of Holocaust Museum Houston’s new Lester and Sue Smith Campus, will also feature spoken word performances and virtual art workshops for students.

First presented by the Holocaust Museum of Houston in 2006, the new and expanded "Coexistence" will feature 45 panels of large scale works, measuring 9 feet high and 15 feet wide, created by renowned artists from the United States, Europe, Asia, the UK, Africa, and the Middle East. The featured artists include Yoko Ono, Sharon and Raphie Etgar, Nammala Galada, Jose Rementeria, Lex Drawinski, Shigeo Fukuda, and Letita Bouwer among many others.

The exhibited works will be accompanied by panels featuring quotes from philosophers and leading thinkers in four languages (English, French, German and Spanish) that represent a wide range of concepts and issues that affect human relations as we work to coexist in a global society.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display until May 30.

Holocaust Museum Houston, in partnership with educational, cultural, civic, religious, and corporate communities of greater Houston, will present the return of "Coexistence, a unique and thought-provoking free outdoor art exhibition in Hermann Park along Fannin Street. "Coexistence," which precedes the June reopening of Holocaust Museum Houston’s new Lester and Sue Smith Campus, will also feature spoken word performances and virtual art workshops for students.

First presented by the Holocaust Museum of Houston in 2006, the new and expanded "Coexistence" will feature 45 panels of large scale works, measuring 9 feet high and 15 feet wide, created by renowned artists from the United States, Europe, Asia, the UK, Africa, and the Middle East. The featured artists include Yoko Ono, Sharon and Raphie Etgar, Nammala Galada, Jose Rementeria, Lex Drawinski, Shigeo Fukuda, and Letita Bouwer among many others.

The exhibited works will be accompanied by panels featuring quotes from philosophers and leading thinkers in four languages (English, French, German and Spanish) that represent a wide range of concepts and issues that affect human relations as we work to coexist in a global society.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display until May 30.

Holocaust Museum Houston, in partnership with educational, cultural, civic, religious, and corporate communities of greater Houston, will present the return of "Coexistence, a unique and thought-provoking free outdoor art exhibition in Hermann Park along Fannin Street. "Coexistence," which precedes the June reopening of Holocaust Museum Houston’s new Lester and Sue Smith Campus, will also feature spoken word performances and virtual art workshops for students.

First presented by the Holocaust Museum of Houston in 2006, the new and expanded "Coexistence" will feature 45 panels of large scale works, measuring 9 feet high and 15 feet wide, created by renowned artists from the United States, Europe, Asia, the UK, Africa, and the Middle East. The featured artists include Yoko Ono, Sharon and Raphie Etgar, Nammala Galada, Jose Rementeria, Lex Drawinski, Shigeo Fukuda, and Letita Bouwer among many others.

The exhibited works will be accompanied by panels featuring quotes from philosophers and leading thinkers in four languages (English, French, German and Spanish) that represent a wide range of concepts and issues that affect human relations as we work to coexist in a global society.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display until May 30.

WHEN

WHERE

Hermann Park
6100 Fannin St.
Houston, TX 77030
https://hmh.org/exhibitions/coexistence-spoken-word-performance

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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