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The Jung Center presents Patrick McGrath Muñiz and Carrie Ann Baade opening reception

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Both of The Jung Center’s November exhibitions take inspiration from the past to comment on the present.

Artist Patrick McGrath Muñiz’s work borrows from Renaissance, Baroque, and Latin American colonial paintings to address current issues like consumerism, social inequality, migration, and climate change. His latest project is inspired by the archetypes in the Tarot.

Carrie Ann Baade paints in dialogue with masterpieces from the modern period to antiquity and reclaims them in a narrative that is both surreal and biographical. She weaves religious and mythological narratives with her own story to examine historical allegories in a contemporary context.

The exhibits will open on November 2, with an opening reception on November 3. The exhibits will remain on display through November 28.

Both of The Jung Center’s November exhibitions take inspiration from the past to comment on the present.

Artist Patrick McGrath Muñiz’s work borrows from Renaissance, Baroque, and Latin American colonial paintings to address current issues like consumerism, social inequality, migration, and climate change. His latest project is inspired by the archetypes in the Tarot.

Carrie Ann Baade paints in dialogue with masterpieces from the modern period to antiquity and reclaims them in a narrative that is both surreal and biographical. She weaves religious and mythological narratives with her own story to examine historical allegories in a contemporary context.

The exhibits will open on November 2, with an opening reception on November 3. The exhibits will remain on display through November 28.

Both of The Jung Center’s November exhibitions take inspiration from the past to comment on the present.

Artist Patrick McGrath Muñiz’s work borrows from Renaissance, Baroque, and Latin American colonial paintings to address current issues like consumerism, social inequality, migration, and climate change. His latest project is inspired by the archetypes in the Tarot.

Carrie Ann Baade paints in dialogue with masterpieces from the modern period to antiquity and reclaims them in a narrative that is both surreal and biographical. She weaves religious and mythological narratives with her own story to examine historical allegories in a contemporary context.

The exhibits will open on November 2, with an opening reception on November 3. The exhibits will remain on display through November 28.

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WHERE

The Jung Center
5200 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
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Admission is free.
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