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Art Exhibit Showcases Patterns ‘On Repeat’

We learn about a new art exhibit called On Repeat, which focuses heavily on patterns and repetition. Curator Raphael Rubinstein tells us more.

Claude Viallat Artwork From 'On Repeat' Exhibit
Courtesy Clarke & Associates
Artwork by Claude Viallat, acrylic on fabric fragment, featured in the exhibit ‘On Repeat.’


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On Repeat is an upcoming art exhibit that focuses heavily on patterns and repetition, showcasing the work of artists from Houston and beyond over multiple generations.

Taking its name from a song by the band LCD Soundsystem, the exhibit weaves together work by established artists and young, upcoming ones, who work in a wide range of media — from painting, to matchboxes, to bed linens, to paper napkins.

The exhibit runs through Dec. 14 at Clarke & Associates, located at 301 East 11th St. in the Heights.

Houston Matters host Craig Cohen learns more from the curator of the exhibit, Raphael Rubinstein. He's a professor of art at the University of Houston.