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SITE131 opens the Spring season with "Simply Bold Abstractions." Curator/director Joan Davidow gathers dynamic international artists she matches with national and area talent.

For "Simply Bold Abstractions," Berliner Sati Zech sets the stage with her irregularly shaped canvases painted in signature lush red tones. Nathalie Alfonso from Colombia mounts a performance piece with her brazen charcoal strokes and strong erasure marks. Harris Chowdhary of American-Pakistani heritage adds dimension with invented aluminum sculptures. Chicagoan Tony Lewis uses graphite powder to draw charming bulbous shapes and interlocking text imagery. And Texan Jason Koen’s intimate concrete rectangles line the walls. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibit runs through June 21.

SITE131 opens the Spring season with "Simply Bold Abstractions." Curator/director Joan Davidow gathers dynamic international artists she matches with national and area talent.

For "Simply Bold Abstractions," Berliner Sati Zech sets the stage with her irregularly shaped canvases painted in signature lush red tones. Nathalie Alfonso from Colombia mounts a performance piece with her brazen charcoal strokes and strong erasure marks. Harris Chowdhary of American-Pakistani heritage adds dimension with invented aluminum sculptures. Chicagoan Tony Lewis uses graphite powder to draw charming bulbous shapes and interlocking text imagery. And Texan Jason Koen’s intimate concrete rectangles line the walls.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit runs through June 21.

SITE131 opens the Spring season with "Simply Bold Abstractions." Curator/director Joan Davidow gathers dynamic international artists she matches with national and area talent.

For "Simply Bold Abstractions," Berliner Sati Zech sets the stage with her irregularly shaped canvases painted in signature lush red tones. Nathalie Alfonso from Colombia mounts a performance piece with her brazen charcoal strokes and strong erasure marks. Harris Chowdhary of American-Pakistani heritage adds dimension with invented aluminum sculptures. Chicagoan Tony Lewis uses graphite powder to draw charming bulbous shapes and interlocking text imagery. And Texan Jason Koen’s intimate concrete rectangles line the walls.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit runs through June 21.

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WHERE

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

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