Vim and Vigor::May 10 – June 8
Presented by galleryHOMELAND and Fresh Arts
Vim and Vigor
An exhibition of new works by emerging artists Brandon Araujo, Chris Fulkerson, and Mauricio Menijvar , curated by Paul Middendorf
On view May 10 – June 8
Opening reception: Friday, May 10, 6-8 PM at Fresh Arts
Fresh Arts and galleryHOMELAND Houston are pleased to present Vim and Vigor, the first installment of two collaborative exhibition projects curated by Paul Middendorf and hosted by Fresh Arts. Vim and Vigor is an exhibition of new works by emerging artists Brandon Araujo, Chris Fulkerson, and Mauricio Menijvar, which will be on view from May 10 through June 8, 2013. The public is invited to meet the artists and curator at a free opening reception on Friday, May 10, from 6-8 PM at the Fresh Arts gallery, located at 2101 Winter Street, Studio B11, Houston, TX, 77007.
Daytime Television::March 29 – May 26, 2013
galleryHOMELAND’s Grand Opening Show!
Opening Reception and Grand Opening March 29th – 6-9pm
Trey Ferguson, Hillaree Hamblin, Stephanie Hamblin, Miguel Martinez, Ana Villagomez
Curated by Debra Barrera
galleryHOMELAND Houston is proud to present Daytime Television curated by Debra Barrera as our Grand Opening Show. Daytime Television brings together five young Houston artists who are currently studying at both Rice University and the University of Houston. These five artists were chosen for their exceptional talent and ability to move their work above and beyond the walls of academia. Daytime Television aims to foster support and exposure for these local young artists, not only from two of the city’s major university art programs but also the art community at large.
Daytime Television: “television before the watershed, and therefore subject to censorship”. The definition perfectly describes the feeling of being a young artist in college: a period before the prime time of an established art career and subject to constant critiques from teachers and peers. Fresh eyes and ideas draws the viewers to these young artists and how they similarly approached art making. The five artists have an uncanny ability to work from benign subject matter, safe for mass consumption, and create work that is surprising, avant-garde, and complex. Daytime Television by definition is safe for viewing by every age bracket but actual daytime TV shows touch on the vastness of daily life from saccharine reruns of The Brady Bunch to the grittiness of Teen Mom. These young and outstanding artists bring forth truly interesting and inspiring works that reveal what can come out of the humdrum of college life.
Please join us for the opening reception of Daytime Television and Grand Opening of galleryHOMELAND Houston ! Friday March, 29th 6-9pm
For more information please contact Executive Director Paul Middendorf at 503-819-9656 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
galleryHOMELAND 2327 1/2 Commerce St. Houston Texas 77002, 503-819-9656 www.galleryhomeland.org