ABOUT THE SHOW:
This year's BEVY is a dizzying cocktail of emerging and mid-career artists with subject matters ranging from the gut-wrenching plight of Native Americans to the Prada man purse - the work is as diverse as the origins of the creators. Please join us for an opening reception on June 2nd from 6-9p.
Ornament will be gracing us with a porch concert for your listening pleasure. You can check them out on Spotify or your preferred platform.
OPENING RECEPTION: APRIL 7TH, 6PM-9PM
This April, The Gallery at Fort Houston is proud to present CRISIS & EXCESS - a new interdisciplinary exhibition incorporating nine visual artists, curated by Alyssa A. Beach. The show will open with a public reception on the evening of April 7th, in conjunction with the Wedgewood Houston Art Crawl, and continue throughout the month, closing on April 28th.
The world is in crisis, how do we - as artists - process and respond?
With our work, and our love, in excess.
CRISIS & EXCESS will explore the cathartic and reactionary nature of the artistic creation process, specifically in the ‘group’ setting. Showcasing work from Marcus Maddox, John Paul Kesling, Eddie Love, Amanda Lomax, Zidekahedron, Brittany McMahon, Courtney Spencer, Coco Reilly and Danielle Shoda, the exhibition will span multiple forms of media, including painting, photography, digital and fashion design.