Stephanie Sherwood and Andrew Currey both work two dimensionally, employ a limited color palette, and work within a history and tradition of two dimensional rendering. Crust compares and contrasts their work while examining the vulnerability and ubiquity with in it.
Ya Callate Guey
September 25- 26, 2020
Daniel A Rivera uses vinyl and art magazine cutouts to create collages that depict the black and white conversation that he has with close relatives and friends.
El Espejo de la Bruja
October 2- 11, 2020
(“The Witch’s Mirror) unites Latinx artists in shared magical practices. Drawing inspiration from the 1962 Mexican horror film, the exhibit blends magical realism, family history, and personal identity.
September 5 - 18, 2020
A group exhibition with a Memento Mori slant where death represents a connection to a grander picture.
Nobody Baby but you and me
September November 7 - 21, 2020
A duo exhibition highlighting the work of the lowrider artist couple, Jacqueline Valenzuela and Mark Anthony Hocutt. This exhibition is a love letter to the lowrider community from a pair of lowrider’s and artist’s
South Texas Sailin'
December 4, 2020
A solo pop-up exhibition featuring the works of Galileo Gonzalez.
A Portrait of Darwin Grey
December 12, 2020 - January 2021
For Emily Babette, Darwin became the subject of focus due to their artist/muse friendship and also due to his dedication to the expression of his personal subculture. Darwin’s life is lived so that the act of living becomes a work of art in itself.