theythat presents "There Is Enough For Everyone” opening reception

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"There Is Enough For Everyone” opening reception
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theythat presents a group exhibition featuring black and brown artists. “There Is Enough For Everyone” will feature sculpture by Rafa Esparza and musical performance by James Tillman.

Twenty-five artists will be featured in the show: Alexis Grey, Berlin Nicholas, Cary Fagan, Domenique Elam, Erin Carty, Fermin Antonio Topilsin, Gem Hale, Gita, Leticia Contreras, James Tillman, Jared Royal, John Duro, J. Bilhan, Malik Perilloux, Matt Manalo, Mich Stevenson, Rafa Esparza, Raven Crane, Reggie Rex, Ryan Francisco, Stephen Wilson, Sophia Anderson, Sidney Mori, Sister [Hannah Anderson] and Warren. All of the artists works are inspired by the reassurance that despite living in a polarizing society limiting black and brown-skinned bodies, there indeed would be "enough" for them too.

The exhibition points a spotlight directly at the reality of scarcity within black and brown communities. Prodding the limitations, distribution, and access of wealth in the City of Houston and throughout the world. 25 gallery artist wish to widen the voices involved in the global conversation dealing with the scarcity and abundance of the “they”, the others, the blacks, the browns or as Frantz Fannon puts it, “The Wretched of the Earth.”

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until July 8.

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5601 Navigation Blvd.
Houston, TX 77011


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