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KCAM – Contemporary Art Museum Fort Bend will present the anticipated solo exhibition of Felipe Lopez. I Come From The Water eloquently expands upon the creative concepts wading in the artist’s Hook series. Throughout this series and into this show, Lopez collects elements from his Cuban heritage, his love of fishing, and his infinity for psychology. In addition, the artist grapples with the loss of years of work to the recent Houston floods and the renewal of materials. Reeling out these concepts into five new bodies of work, this exhibition takes viewers on a thought-provoking journey, wading in today’s cultural questions, the creative class struggle, nature vs. man, and the dicey political climate.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 10.

KCAM – Contemporary Art Museum Fort Bend will present the anticipated solo exhibition of Felipe Lopez. I Come From The Water eloquently expands upon the creative concepts wading in the artist’s Hook series. Throughout this series and into this show, Lopez collects elements from his Cuban heritage, his love of fishing, and his infinity for psychology. In addition, the artist grapples with the loss of years of work to the recent Houston floods and the renewal of materials. Reeling out these concepts into five new bodies of work, this exhibition takes viewers on a thought-provoking journey, wading in today’s cultural questions, the creative class struggle, nature vs. man, and the dicey political climate.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 10.

KCAM – Contemporary Art Museum Fort Bend will present the anticipated solo exhibition of Felipe Lopez. I Come From The Water eloquently expands upon the creative concepts wading in the artist’s Hook series. Throughout this series and into this show, Lopez collects elements from his Cuban heritage, his love of fishing, and his infinity for psychology. In addition, the artist grapples with the loss of years of work to the recent Houston floods and the renewal of materials. Reeling out these concepts into five new bodies of work, this exhibition takes viewers on a thought-provoking journey, wading in today’s cultural questions, the creative class struggle, nature vs. man, and the dicey political climate.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 10.

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WHERE

Katy Contemporary Arts Museum
805 Avenue B
Katy, TX 77493
http://www.katycam.com/

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Admission is free.
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