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Forming a backdrop to the models’ elegant appearances, the exhibition "Structured's" other artists will line the gallery walls: Hungarian artist Zsofia Schewger presents large meditative paintings of nondescript interiors that reflect notions of home, belonging, and the emigrant experience. Her large-scale geometrically inspired interiors in bright colors form a central focus. Digitally contrived photographs of reinvented well-known paintings by American artist Richard Tuschman show quiet personal connections of figures in familiar settings and capture themes of solitude and longing. Bogota, Colombian artist Cristina Velásquez creates multiples of woven paper works recognizing the impact of quiet repetition.

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

Forming a backdrop to the models’ elegant appearances, the exhibition "Structured's" other artists will line the gallery walls: Hungarian artist Zsofia Schewger presents large meditative paintings of nondescript interiors that reflect notions of home, belonging, and the emigrant experience. Her large-scale geometrically inspired interiors in bright colors form a central focus. Digitally contrived photographs of reinvented well-known paintings by American artist Richard Tuschman show quiet personal connections of figures in familiar settings and capture themes of solitude and longing. Bogota, Colombian artist Cristina Velásquez creates multiples of woven paper works recognizing the impact of quiet repetition.

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

Forming a backdrop to the models’ elegant appearances, the exhibition "Structured's" other artists will line the gallery walls: Hungarian artist Zsofia Schewger presents large meditative paintings of nondescript interiors that reflect notions of home, belonging, and the emigrant experience. Her large-scale geometrically inspired interiors in bright colors form a central focus. Digitally contrived photographs of reinvented well-known paintings by American artist Richard Tuschman show quiet personal connections of figures in familiar settings and capture themes of solitude and longing. Bogota, Colombian artist Cristina Velásquez creates multiples of woven paper works recognizing the impact of quiet repetition.

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

WHEN

WHERE

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

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