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ART OPENING “Maggie Taylor | Up, Up, and Away!” at Catherine Couturier Gallery

Catherine Couturier Gallery 2635 Colquitt St., Houston, TX, United States

ON VIEW FEBRUARY 24 – March 30, 2024: With a rich history of embracing new technology in her art practice, Maggie Taylor skillfully incorporates elements generated by the AI program Midjourney into her latest digital collages in "Up, Up and Away!" at Catherine Couturier Gallery.

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OPENING RECEPTION “John Dyer: Valor & Swagger (Photographs from Texas and Then Some)” at Heidi Vaughan Fine Art

Heidi Vaughan Fine Art 3510 Lake St., Houston, United States

ON VIEW FEBRUARY 24 – MARCH 30, 2024: Heidi Vaughan Fine Art presents "John Dyer: Valor & Swagger (Photographs from Texas and Then Some)," a photographic retrospective of the artist's work.

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ARTIST RECEPTION “Wendel A. White: Difficult Histories” at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston (Medical District)

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston (Medical District) 5200 Fannin St., Houston, United States

ON VIEW MARCH 1 – APRIL 21, 2024: "Wendel A. White: Difficult Histories" presents selections from the photographer's Manifest (2009-present) and Red Summer (2011-2019) series at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston (Room 304) in the Medical District.

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OPENING RECEPTION “Delphine Blast | Mujeres: The Beat of a Wing” at Koslov Larsen

Koslov Larsen Gallery 4411 Montrose Blvd., Ste. C, Houston, TX, United States

ON VIEW MARCH 8 – APRIL 13, 2024: French artist Delphine Blast pays tribute to the indigenous women of Latin America in her show at Koslov Larsen.

"Mujeres: The Beat of a Wing" combines three of the artist's series. "Flowers of the Isthmus" follows the Zapotec women of Tehuantepec. "Cholitas" features the Bolivian cholitas of the plains of the Altiplano. And, her "Dancing Flare" series showcases the bright and colorful spirit of the folklórico dancers of Querétaro, Mexico.

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OPENING RECEPTION “Paul Hester: Prisoners of Masculinity” and “Sarah Sudhoff: The Past is Ever Present” at Andrew Durham Gallery

Andrew Durham Gallery 1821 W. Alabama St., Houston, TX, United States

ON VIEW MARCH 8 – APRIL 21, 2024:  Andrew Durham Gallery presents "Paul Hester: Prisoners of Masculinity" (a reexamination of original moments captured 1966–2024 and the representation of masculinity in contemporary culture) and "Sarah Sudhoff: The Past Is Ever Present" (through lace ornamentation, photographic, performative and textile-based work that explores domestic roles, invisible labor, matriarchal lineage, and public/private expressions of self).

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