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Photo by Annabelle Arlie

Jonathan Hopson will present the first solo exhibition of French artist Annabelle Arlie. Arlie’s work, although very materialistic, graphic and plastic, is undoubtedly and foremost a conceptual practice. Conceptual in the way she challenges the contemporary art world’s means of production and broadcasting, locating herself in-between an obsessive isolationism (geographical and social) and an extreme connection (Wi-Fi, 4G, social networks).

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 5.

Jonathan Hopson will present the first solo exhibition of French artist Annabelle Arlie. Arlie’s work, although very materialistic, graphic and plastic, is undoubtedly and foremost a conceptual practice. Conceptual in the way she challenges the contemporary art world’s means of production and broadcasting, locating herself in-between an obsessive isolationism (geographical and social) and an extreme connection (Wi-Fi, 4G, social networks).

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 5.

Jonathan Hopson will present the first solo exhibition of French artist Annabelle Arlie. Arlie’s work, although very materialistic, graphic and plastic, is undoubtedly and foremost a conceptual practice. Conceptual in the way she challenges the contemporary art world’s means of production and broadcasting, locating herself in-between an obsessive isolationism (geographical and social) and an extreme connection (Wi-Fi, 4G, social networks).

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 5.

WHEN

WHERE

jonathan hopson
904 Marshall St.
Houston, TX
http://jonathanhopsongallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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