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Aspect/Ratio Hương Ngô: Reap the Whirlwind September 7—October 20, 2018 In Hương Ngô’s latest exhibition, Reap The Whirlwind, the artist samples archival documents, vintage pulp novels, film sequences and historic postcards to recover representations of Indochinese women. Using distinct material reproduction techniques, Ngô questions the politics of the

Corbett vs. Dempsey Celeste Rapone and Betsy Odom: Everlast September 21—October 27, 2018 The work of Celeste Rapone and Betsy Odom linked up seamlessly to advance an exhibition steeped in unequivocally gendered pictorial and sculptural invention. The exhibition’s title, Everlast, evokes the eponymous boxing glove manufacturer, suggesting a

Gremillion & Co. Fine Art Fernando Casas: Limits & Proximities September 13—October 13, 2018 Limits & Proximities: A Survey of Works Spanning Six Decades, summarized the artistic oeuvre of Bolivian-born Fernando Casas. The seminal piece in the exhibition is the nearly six-by-seven-foot “Interior with Disappearing Mirror—After Velazquez” (2018). “This

516 Arts Currency: What Do You Value? November 17, 2018— February 23, 2019 Walking into the polemical exhibition Currency: What Do You Value? is a bit like stepping onto the set of Toho Studio’s 1961 B-movie sci-fi thriller “Mothra” about a mythical monstrous moth, mutated by nuclear radiation, that

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art David Simpson: Illumination October 5—November 3, 2018 Incorporating Interference paints — transparent formulas containing reflective coated mica flakes — over his mono-pigmented works, David Simpson has managed to capture one of the most elusive elements of painting: light. One of the earliest post-painterly abstractionists,