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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Fine Arts

Blaffer exhibit relocates for renovation


With the Blaffer Art Museum in the beginning stages of a grand renovation, its first exhibit of the Spring 2012 semester was relocated to a space downtown.

The Nathan Carter exhibit, “Always Vocal on the Interboro Crosstown Local,” is a project of Blaffer’s “Window into Houston,” which seeks to highlight Houston’s artistic landscape. The project is being housed in a space owned by Jim Petersen Jr. at 110 Milam. The project is a fictional cityscape that the press release says, “seeks to capture the essence of the contemporary city, version 2012.”

The Dallas-born artist currently resides in New York City.

Carter’s works will be on exhibit through April 20.

For more information, visit www.class.uh.edu/blaffer/window_nathan_carter.html.

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