Opening of four exhibitions at Lawndale Art Center

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Four exhibitions are taking Lawndale Art Center by storm as a kickoff to the fall arts season. Austin collective Boozefox has transformed the John M. O'Quinn Gallery into a large-scale multimedia installation for the exhibition Math of the Afterwrath. It's an interactive experience, with a penetrable, conceptual Pre-Khormusan monument in the shape of a head occupying the entire entry gallery. Tobiah Mundt's exhibition BEING stars a swath of fantastical creatures conceived from sculpted wool and fabric. On the mezzanine, Robert Jackson Harrington has installed several modular sculptural elements, shedding light on the beauty of everyday hardware paraphernalia. On the third floor Project Space, join Logan Sebastian Beck on his photographic tour of the Mississippi in the exhibition Following Huck Finn.

An artist talk will begin at 6 p.m., followed by a reception until 8:30. These three exhibitions continue through Sept. 25.

Those Who Fell through the Cracks - Stanley Greene and Kadir van Lohuizens' five years in the making mobile photographic exhibition on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina - will be on view in the Lawndale parking lot this evening, continuing through Aug. 25. Catch the Saturday symposium at the MFAH, featuring the artists and members of the Houston Katrina refugee community.



Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002


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