Station Museum of Contemporary Art in support of CASP (Collective Artists In Solidarity with Palestine) and PYM (Palestinian Youth Movement) presents In The Sun with an opening reception on Friday, October 8, 2021 from 6PM-9PM.
October 8th Opening Reception (6pm-9pm)
October 9th Panel Discussion (4pm-6pm)
October 17th Artist Talks, closing reception (4pm-6pm)
Station Museum of Contemporary Art
1502 Alabama St, Houston, TX 77004
Viewing by appointment, book here: bit.ly/caspxpym
In the Sun is a symposium & group exhibition formed by Houston artist and activist coalition, CASP (Collective Artists in Solidarity with Palestine) and PYM (Palestinian Youth Movement); exploring themes of interconnected struggle, familial & ancestral lineages, reimagining other ways of living outside of oppression, light and darkness, space and resistance.
“‘The Road So Far” is a deep meditation on elemental aspects of life across time: experience, documentation, changes. The images, the materials all speak to the passage of time. Whitfield’s photo of “The Porch Crew,” captures three Black men who shared memories and history sitting on a country store porch in Keachi, La. Their stories bring his installation to life. Similarly, Lott has always looked back for ideas and materials. He repurposed scraps of furniture into “Yard Dog,” a canine sculpture assembled from varied pieces of wood. Lott uses a cane to point to the dog’s head and the chest.
Lott’s works appear to defy gravity. He says he simply paid attention to the principles of architecture.”
There’s still time to see the exhibition‼️ “The Road So Far” will run through Sunday, September 5th🤞