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SITE131 presents "Clay + Things" opening reception

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SITE131 welcomes the fall 2018 season with "Clay + Things." The rare presentation includes Texas ceramicists Eric & Morgan Grasham’s curious taxidermy and clay figures, Julia Jalowiec’s jolly figurative groupings, Jessica Kreutter’s mysterious global composites, Shelby David Meier’s re-imagined porcelain objects, Brian Molanphy’s wall-hung invented shapes, and Angel Oloshove’s brilliantly colored globes. New York artist Jenny Hata Blumenfield contributes wall-mounted relief tile paintings.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 14.

SITE131 welcomes the fall 2018 season with "Clay + Things." The rare presentation includes Texas ceramicists Eric & Morgan Grasham’s curious taxidermy and clay figures, Julia Jalowiec’s jolly figurative groupings, Jessica Kreutter’s mysterious global composites, Shelby David Meier’s re-imagined porcelain objects, Brian Molanphy’s wall-hung invented shapes, and Angel Oloshove’s brilliantly colored globes. New York artist Jenny Hata Blumenfield contributes wall-mounted relief tile paintings.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 14.

SITE131 welcomes the fall 2018 season with "Clay + Things." The rare presentation includes Texas ceramicists Eric & Morgan Grasham’s curious taxidermy and clay figures, Julia Jalowiec’s jolly figurative groupings, Jessica Kreutter’s mysterious global composites, Shelby David Meier’s re-imagined porcelain objects, Brian Molanphy’s wall-hung invented shapes, and Angel Oloshove’s brilliantly colored globes. New York artist Jenny Hata Blumenfield contributes wall-mounted relief tile paintings.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 14.

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Site131
131 Payne St.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.site131.com/

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Admission is free.
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