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Curatorial Statement: Suzanne Paul: Proof

  Suzanne Paul, a native Houstonian and pioneering female photographer, has made an inestimable contribution to representing the arts in Houston and to recording Houston’s art history. Paul’s introduction to the Houston arts scene and the launch of her career coalesced in 1976 when she was commissioned by James Harithas, then Director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, to photograph artists and installations for the museum’s publications and was offered the first solo photography... [more]
Posted by Theresa Escobedo on 3/1/16

Curatorial Project: Collective Solid

is an exhibition that features work from eight Houston-based artists as their burgeoning creative practices overlap and diverge. The exhibition evaluates the influence of shared creative space on artistic dialogue and output as well as the significance of community to an artists’ practice and is inspired by the synergistic potential for mutual benefit through collaborative effort. Collective Solid marks the first curatorial project conceived by Theresa Escobedo for the Deborah Colton Gallery... [more]
Posted by Theresa Escobedo on 7/18/15

Curatorial Project: Angelbert Metoyer: Seasons of Heaven

surveys Metoyer’s artistic career to date and evaluates his artistic pursuit and his role within the greater timeline of contemporary art practice. The exhibition presents a non-chronological array of artworks that reference moments, epochs, and seasons of the artist’s personal experience as Metoyer shares the vestige – the ephemeral visual remains – of his singular pursuit of understanding through active creation. It is through this personal engagement with the creative process, combined... [more]
Posted by Theresa Escobedo on 11/22/14
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