Date(s) - 09/05/2015
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bath House Cultural Center Gallery
The Smaller Exotics of Texas (or, how the Barren Ground Caribou would never occupy the same space as the Javelina) is an art exhibition curated by Diane Durant and Adam Neese. Including photography, video, painting, sculpture, mixed media, installation art, and a sense of humor, the exhibition addresses the Texas landscape and how the participating artists interact with it—how they move through the natural and manmade, through personal experiences and cultural expectations, from stereotypes, clichés, and shared truths to humorous inaccuracies, inconsistencies, and downright lies, like the one that got away.
The artists featured in this exhibition are: Kenneth Craft, Dornith Doherty, Glenn Downing, Chance Dunlap, Devyn Gaudet, Clayton Hurt, Sara Macel, Emily Peacock, and Bryan Schutmaat. In addition to curating the exhibition, Diane Durant and Adam Neese will also be collaborating on new work for the show.
The Smaller Exotics of Texas is presented as part of the Bath House Cultural Center’s Curate+Collaborate Exhibition Series. Every year, the series pairs up two curators who, through a creative partnership, bring together innovative artists, stimulating ideas, and refreshing artistic visions.
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 5, 2015 (7-9 PM). Exhibition on display through September 26, 2015.