Dec 7

Fall Main Space and Hudson Showroom Opening Reception

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us to celebrate the our Fall Main Space and Hudson Showroom exhibitions.

Multidisciplinary artist, Joe Harjo continues to expose the realities of Native culture in America in his Main Space exhibition, Look Now What I’ve Become. This exhibition delves into the impact of language, identity, and the nature of citizenship. This exhibit aims to explore how language shapes societal perception and confronts the cultural manipulation of the terms “immigrant” and “native” within America’s complex relationship with citizenship, white nationalism, and colonization.

Our Hudson Showroom exhibition, Shopping for Bargains/My Mother Taught Me to Shop,  will feature the work of Artpace resident alumna artist, Kathy Vargas.

Kathy Vargas returns to Artpace 26 years after her 1997 residency with new work. Shopping for Bargains/My Mother Taught Me to Shop reveals the ever-growing cost consumer culture has placed on its workers and how this practice often rewards unethical capitalistic tendencies, all in the name of fashion.

The exhibitions reception is this Thursday, December 7 from 6-8PM. This event is free and open to the public.