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Otis Ike

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Otis Ike (a.k.a. Patrick Bresnan) is a self-taught photographer, video artist, affordable housing activist and builder. From 2003-2007, Ike worked as a fabricator for notable Mission School artists Clare Rojas and Barry McGee (a.k.a. Twist), aiding in the creation of new work for exhibitions in the United States and abroad. His architectural work includes disaster […]

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Erika Pochybova Johnson
The Johnsons

My current work utilizes an elaborate painting technique and metaphoric imagery to comment on everyday life. This unique style blends contemporary aesthetics with European folk art. My process is not predetermined but developed intuitively and improvisationally as I work. Visionary images are created by collapsing the three-dimensional realm into a two-dimensional veil of color spots […]

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Rahul Mitra
Dialogues of Civilizations

Rahul Mitra is an artist, printmaker, writer, scientist and entrepreneur, born in Hyderabad, India, now living in Houston. Mitra uses visual language drawn from the street to interpret personal, socio-political dialogues exploring poverty, ennui, custom, love, strangeness, technology, and linguistics captured as moments in life in urban spaces. His art work has been exhibited in […]

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104 Work Weeks: On Tour With the Merce Cunningham Dance Company
Kenneth E. Parris III
May 5-25, 2012

During 2010 and 2011, Kenneth Parris III accompanied the Merce Cunningham Dance Company on the road in order to document their final tour.  This Legacy Tour showcased eighteen works in fifty cities around the world and featured the last group of dancers personally trained by Cunningham himself. After fifty-eight years of artistic achievement, the Merce […]

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No Justification Required Six artists. Six hosts.
Florencia Bohtlingk, Anna-Lisa Marjak, Rosalba Mirabella, Victoria Musotto, Laura Spivak, Lorena Ventimiglia, Monique Thiteaux-Altschul
April 7-29, 2012

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Presented in partnership with Braga Menéndez Arte Contemporáneo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. www.galeriabm.com. Curated by Flor Braga Menéndez, Guido Ignatti, Laura Spivak, Luis Parenti and María Laura Rosa. No Justification Required, an exhibition of work by Anna-Lisa Marjak, Florencia Bohtlingk, Laura Spivak, Lorena Ventimiglia, Vicky Musotto, and Monique Altschul, is rooted in collaboration. The artists, all […]

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One Big Misunderstanding
Otis Ike
Ivete Lucas
March 3 - April 1, 2012 

Otis Ike and Ivete Lucas’ One Big Misunderstanding brings together four years of the duo’s film and photography documentation of Vietnam War reenactments.  Throwing themselves into the reality and theater of reenactments in Pennsylvania and Texas, Ike and Lucas emerge with a story that tries to understand its participants and their role in America’s struggle, […]

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Escapism
Jerry Cabrera
February 4-26, 2012

Upon a visit to a concentration camp and the Jewish Museum in Germany several years ago, San Antonio-based artist Jerry Cabrera first began to consider the importance of light in isolated environments, particularly environments of extreme suffering and those spaces considered sacred, such as a church or cathedral. Light denotes life, knowledge, hope, warmth and […]

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The India Booth
Group Show
January 7-25, 2012

Since its inception, a cornerstone of Ggallery’s mission has been to broaden cross-cultural dialogue among artists and arts presenters around the globe. Building upon the gallery’s 2009 presentation of Blast India featuring the work of Bari Kumar, Om Soorya, Rahul Mitra, and Laxman Aelay, G’s connection to India continues to grow. Later this month, G, […]

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Kyle Olson
State of Denial

To rudely paraphrase Hegel, the notion of a beginning is often misleading when that beginning refers to a system of thought or belief. This notion of a beginning is especially misleading because it often gives us the misconception that we are contemplating a linear system. Hegel proposed that instead of a linear system if we […]

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