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Tierney Malone's Third Ward is My Harlem Opening Reception

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Houston-based artist Tierney Malone is debuting his work Third Ward is My Harlem with an opening reception Saturday, November 7 at DiverseWorks.

Malone was born in Los Angeles and raised in Mobile, Alabama, and now lives and works in Houston. His work has been exhibited around town at Project Row Houses and McClain Gallery and is in the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. 

Malone is inspired by African-American history and pop culture, and draws influences from jazz, sports and literature. For his latest show he will transform the main gallery at DiverseWorks into one giant multimedia installation, which will include Malone's first ever work in video.

The exhibition will be on display through Dec. 19.

Houston-based artist Tierney Malone is debuting his work Third Ward is My Harlem with an opening reception Saturday, November 7 at DiverseWorks.

Malone was born in Los Angeles and raised in Mobile, Alabama, and now lives and works in Houston. His work has been exhibited around town at Project Row Houses and McClain Gallery and is in the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Malone is inspired by African-American history and pop culture, and draws influences from jazz, sports and literature. For his latest show he will transform the main gallery at DiverseWorks into one giant multimedia installation, which will include Malone's first ever work in video.

The exhibition will be on display through Dec. 19.

Houston-based artist Tierney Malone is debuting his work Third Ward is My Harlem with an opening reception Saturday, November 7 at DiverseWorks.

Malone was born in Los Angeles and raised in Mobile, Alabama, and now lives and works in Houston. His work has been exhibited around town at Project Row Houses and McClain Gallery and is in the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Malone is inspired by African-American history and pop culture, and draws influences from jazz, sports and literature. For his latest show he will transform the main gallery at DiverseWorks into one giant multimedia installation, which will include Malone's first ever work in video.

The exhibition will be on display through Dec. 19.

WHEN

WHERE

DiverseWorks
3400 Main St.
Houston, TX 77004
http://www.diverseworks.org/index.php?pgid=3&subid=6&cid=242

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