The Naked Truth
Curator: Ruben Natal San Miguel
July 22 – September 17
Reception: July 22
5:00 – 8:30 PM
To be naked is defined as being bare without overlying matter, vegetation, foliage, hair, feathers or shell. It also encompasses the sentiment of being defenseless, unprotected and exposed. Or it can simply be an adjective to describe a plain, simple and unadorned condition, such as the truth. Often in the truth, we bare ourselves and reveal the state or character of a situation or our individual self. We place a belief that it is a verifiable and indisputable fact, proposition or principle and even assume there are obvious, accepted truisms and platitudes that exist.