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Reverse of Volume RG by Yasuaki Onishi at Rice Gallery

Reverse of Volume RG by Yasuaki Onishi at Rice Gallery

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• April 10, 2012 • Comments (1)

YASUAKI ONISHI reverse of volume RG 13 APRIL – 24 JUNE 2012 OPENING CELEBRATION Friday, 13 April 5:00 – 7:00 pm Talk by Yasuaki Onishi at 6:00 pm GALLERY TALK AND REFRESHMENTS Saturday, 14 April 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Talk by Yasuaki Onishi at 12:00 pm NEW ART/NEW MUSIC: CASTING THE INVISIBLE Saturday, 14 […]

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New Installation by JOEL SHAPIRO at Rice Gallery

New Installation by JOEL SHAPIRO at Rice Gallery

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• February 12, 2012 • Comments (1)

Shapiro’s Rice Gallery installation, on view through March 18, is a gravity-defying array of color, form, shape and line. Wooden elements, vibrantly painted with supersaturated pigment and casein, seemingly levitate in the air as they are held in tension by string stretching from the center of the gallery’s floor to points on the ceiling. The […]

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Curator Robin Clark To Speak at Rice University

Curator Robin Clark To Speak at Rice University

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• April 4, 2011 • Comments (0)

Rice University Art Gallery is pleased to present Phenomenal: California Light, Space, Surface, a talk by Robin Clark, curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD), on Thursday, April 14, at 7:00 pm 7:30 pm, preceded by a wine and cheese reception at 6:30 pm 7:00 pm. Both reception and lecture are free […]

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Northwest Corner, Southeast Light | Mary Temple

Northwest Corner, Southeast Light | Mary Temple

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• January 14, 2011 • Comments (0)

A new work in the Light Installation Series 2002 – Present Opening Thursday, February 3, 2011, 5:00 – 7:00 pm On view through May 25, 2011 Rice University Art Gallery has commissioned a new installation by New York artist Mary Temple. In her “light installations,” Mary Temple paints directly on walls and floors creating experiential […]

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D-17 | Sarah Oppenheimer

D-17 | Sarah Oppenheimer

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• November 10, 2010 • Comments (0)

Recipient of the 2010-11 Rome Prize, Sarah Oppenheimer is known for her aesthetically sleek and perceptually startling installations that alter existing gallery and museum spaces to reveal seemingly impossible views. Her site-specific installation at Rice University Art Gallery, D-17, is a wing-like form that soars upward and out of the building, appearing to pierce the […]

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