The next two weeks are jam packed with art events. Here’s where we will be this week:
Some of us have to labor on Labor Day (boooooo!), but if we were off, we would probably go to the Bechtler and check out their new exhibition, “Portraying the Patron: Andy Warhol and the Bechtlers.” The Bechtler maintains regular hours on Labor Hour: 10am-5pm.
We are looking forward to the second exhibition at the newest gallery in town, SOCO. Liz Nielsen: Night Garden features beautiful, jewel-colored photograms – unique works that teeter between abstraction and representation. The reception will take place on September 9 from 6-8pm. The exhibition will remain on view through October 31.
Tonight at 6pm, there is a talk by exhibiting artist Juan Dolhare at Latin American Contemporary Art (LaCa). And if you are in the Davidson area, you might want to check out the lecture by Dr. Kristine Stiles, Remembering the Long History of Performance Art, in conjunction with the Van Every/Smith Galleries latest exhibition, Regina Jose Galindo: Bearing Witness.
Head to Hidell Brooks in South End for an exhibition reception for Arless Day and Susan McAlister’s latest exhibitions. The reception is from 6-8pm, and the exhibition will remain on view through the end of October.
Saturday, September 12
Stop by the Jerald Melberg Gallery to learn more about Susan Grossman’s work during her artist talk beginning at 11am.