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Lawndale Art Center presents November 2015 exhibitions opening reception

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Artwork by Jason Urban

Lawndale Art Center will present four new exhibitions starting on November 20, 2015.

  • In the John M. O'Quinn Gallery, Candace Hick's exhibition Read Me is a series of optical illusion sculptures and wall texts that constitute a room-sized puzzle book.
  • In the Cecily E. Horton Gallery, Emily Fleisher merges imagery from grandiose medieval cathedrals and mundane aspects of contemporary suburban life in the exhibition Bread, Bath and Beyond.
  • In the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery, Jason Urban explores the growing interdependency of analog and digital printed matter in A Library for Soft Rains.
  • In the Project Space, The Center for Imaginative Cartography & Research presents NIGHT WALK an immersive installation charting the open-ended experience of nocturnal exploration into overlooked urban spaces. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through January 9, 2016.

Lawndale Art Center will present four new exhibitions starting on November 20, 2015.

  • In the John M. O'Quinn Gallery, Candace Hick's exhibition Read Me is a series of optical illusion sculptures and wall texts that constitute a room-sized puzzle book.
  • In the Cecily E. Horton Gallery, Emily Fleisher merges imagery from grandiose medieval cathedrals and mundane aspects of contemporary suburban life in the exhibition Bread, Bath and Beyond.
  • In the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery, Jason Urban explores the growing interdependency of analog and digital printed matter in A Library for Soft Rains.
  • In the Project Space, The Center for Imaginative Cartography & Research presents NIGHT WALK an immersive installation charting the open-ended experience of nocturnal exploration into overlooked urban spaces.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through January 9, 2016.

Lawndale Art Center will present four new exhibitions starting on November 20, 2015.

  • In the John M. O'Quinn Gallery, Candace Hick's exhibition Read Me is a series of optical illusion sculptures and wall texts that constitute a room-sized puzzle book.
  • In the Cecily E. Horton Gallery, Emily Fleisher merges imagery from grandiose medieval cathedrals and mundane aspects of contemporary suburban life in the exhibition Bread, Bath and Beyond.
  • In the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery, Jason Urban explores the growing interdependency of analog and digital printed matter in A Library for Soft Rains.
  • In the Project Space, The Center for Imaginative Cartography & Research presents NIGHT WALK an immersive installation charting the open-ended experience of nocturnal exploration into overlooked urban spaces.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through January 9, 2016.

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WHERE

Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
https://www.lawndaleartcenter.org/

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