We take a trip to the University of Houston's Blaffer Gallery to look at Lighter Than Air, the first large-scale U.S. museum exhibition of work by Argentinean architect-turned-visual-artist, Tomas Saraceno...
June 28th, 2010 09:41 PM
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This Wednesday evening at 6:30PM, the Blaffer, in collaboration with the U.H. Mitchell Center for the Arts, presents a Contemporary Salon related to the Saraceno exhibition. The Gallery’s Director and Chief Curator, Claudia Schmuckli, leads a spirited, informal conversation between artists, curators, architects, and scholars from a variety of fields, about the concepts, themes, philosophies and issues embodied in Tomás Saraceno’s vision of utopian communities of the future that float high in the sky. The exhibition is on view through August 7th.