Explore the self-reflective works of Houston artist John Slaby at Solipsism, the Archway Gallery exhibition in October 2021, from From Saturday 2 October to Thursday 4 November 2021.
The exhibition features a collection of paintings that Slaby has created over the past 3 years. He originally intended to do another action figure show following his sold-out 2018 show. The male gaze, but the pandemic had different plans.
With limited access to live models, Slaby turned in on himself and began with a series of self-portraits, Solipsism and Perpetual self-portrait among them. Other works venture into the hallucinatory madness of quarantine isolation, such as Pygmalion.
The exhibition will run from Saturday October 2 to Saturday October 30, 2021.
Raise funds for local mental health charities
All works in this exhibition will be offered in a silent auction, starting on opening night and ending Saturday, October 30, 2021. John Slaby will donate 50% of the proceeds from the sale to local mental health charities that will be selected by patrons by popular vote.
A similar process was used on her last show which raised over $ 10,000 for charities focused on women and children in need.
There will be an in-person opening at the gallery on Saturday October 2, 2021 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The artist will visit the guests of the gallery that same day from 2 p.m. until the reception.
that of John Slaby Solipsism Exhibition at the Archway gallery
- Appointment: From Saturday 2 October to Thursday 4 November 2021
- Times: from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
- Visits by appointment: Private tours are also available by appointment for 10 people or less. E-mail [emailÂ protected] for details.
- Site: Archway Gallery, 2305 Dunlavy Street, Houston, TX 77006
- Admission: To free. Learn more. If you are visiting the Archway Gallery website before the exhibition opens, be sure to click on “Exhibitions” in the top menu bar, then on “Upcoming Exhibitions”, to find details on this exhibition. .
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