Category: projects

  • 2015 Awesomeness

    2015 Awesomeness

    2015 Awesomeness: a year-in-art review The Numbers || Exhibits || Moments || Publishing

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  • Preview~ ArtSmarter Prize, Dallas

    Preview~ ArtSmarter Prize, Dallas

    What Would You Do For Love? ArtSmarter Prize 2016 [link] Frank ArtSmarter in partnership with [link] Dallas April 2016 Richards has begun his compelling and exhaustive artistic process. Below is a promo of his work for ArtSmarter Prize 2016: Dallas, TX, August 10, 2015 –  Glasstire is pleased to announce a unique partnership with artist Frank ArtSmarter […]

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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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  • 2014 Awesomeness

    2014 Awesomeness

    2014 Awesomeness: a year-end review The numbers: 1 solo exhibit 9 group shows, 1 in Switzerland 1 project in Venice, US Pavilion 2 curated exhibits, founded 1 arts review publication 16 published reviews, 2 catalogs 3 interviews, 4 lectures at Universities, 2 talks at the DMA Exhibits: [Solo] “Conversations from the Museum of the Uninformed” BlueORANGE, Houston […]

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  • Obligation


    Obligation [2014] mirrorball, astro-turf, paint can, motor, chain and locks, light created for the Culture Laboratory exhibit Sphere Studio 2504, West Virginia University, WV Considering the theme for the exhibit, “sphere,” lead to consideration of gravitational pull and orbits. The tenuous balance between being pulled to the powerful center or struggling away from such domination and losing […]

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  • 2014 Sphere

    2014 Sphere

    Culture Laboratory: Sphere curated by Jonathan Whitfill August 24- September 15, 2014 Studio 2504, West Virginia University A naturally occurring phenomena, the sphere is a balanced circumference of pressures. The sphere exerts equal force in all directions, sheltering like constituents and enforcing a barrier of exclusion. Due to it’s perfection the form is inherently isolationist and […]

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