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  • Chekhov’s Hammer [2015]

    Chekhov’s Hammer [2015]

    Chekhov’s Hammer [2015] patent book, resin, plastic, wood, copper tape Patent Pending curated by Jonathan Whitfill Charles Adams Studio Project, Lubbock, Texas July 3- 23, 2015 The curator rescued 100’s of patent books as they were being dumped. The premise of the exhibit is to convert the books into “art,” either being inspired by them, using…

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  • Everyday is Ordinary

    Everyday is Ordinary

    Everyday is Ordinary Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum [link] San Antonio, Texas June 4, 2015 – Aug 9, 2015 CURATORIAL STATEMENT:  So much of our shared existence is the commonality of man: family, work, home. At the center of our stories, are characters–people and places–whose familiarity remains. These anti-heroes of the everyday give solace, provoke…

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  • The Real Show

    The Real Show

    The Real Show curator: Patrick Kelly Old Jail Art Center [link] Albany, Texas June 6th – September 6th 2015 For centuries artists have attempted to accurately depict or re-create objects, landscapes, people in two and three-dimensional form for various reasons and with varying degrees of success. Artistic merit was, and still is, attributed to those…

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  • 53rd International

    53rd International

    53rd International Exhibition San Diego Art Institute [link] San Diego, California April 18- May 23, 2015

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  • Solo~ The Idyll, Fort Worth

    Solo~ The Idyll, Fort Worth

    The Idyll Ryder Richards installation Carillon Gallery, Tarrant College-South, Fort Worth, Texas [link] March 5- April 2, 2015 The Idyll attempts to synthesize several ideas about the role of Modernism as it strips identity markers into a universal aesthetic. Drawing heavily from the Rothko Chapel the installation relates it to science fiction control centers, which embody the…

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  • Solo: The Idyll, Houston

    Solo: The Idyll, Houston

    The Idyll Jan. 23- Feb. 28, 2015 Cecily Horton Gallery, Lawndale, Houston, Texas Opening Reception: Jan. 23rd, from 6:30-8:30 Proposal to Lawndale: After reading The Radicant an odd paranoia set in considering the role of global standardization through modernist universalism and the reaction against it: a re-entrenchment in cultural or nationalistic identity. Considering the notion…

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