Special to The Town Crier
BLACK & WHITE REDEFINED NOW AT IMAS
The International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) in McAllen continues the tradition to showcase the work of artists from Northern Tamaulipas and South East Texas. The invitational bi-national exhibition Black & White Redefined provides the opportunity to admire a wealth of variations on a theme through unique works by 40 artists:
Cande Aguilar, Mary Carmen Aguirre, Oscar Alvarz, Arturo Medellin Anaya, Miguel Ancona, Maria de los Angeles Barocio, Angel Berrios, Aldo Biglioni, Leslie Patricia Bunt, Laura Casamitjana, Hugo Castillo, Alberto Cavazos, Kirk Clark, Ines DeLeon, Javier Dragustinovis, Benilde G. Fernandez, Phillip S. Field, Berry Fritz, Robert Gilbert, Artemio Guerra, Leila Hernandez, Richard Hyslin, Wilma Langhamer, Chris Leonard, Linda Lewis, Jose Lomas, George Lorio, David Martinez, Jeff Medina, Carlos Melguizo, Alicia Miner, Jessica Monroe, Nancy Moyer, Christopher Nichols, Edward E. Nichols, Alfredo Noyola, Fernando Rodriguez Rosas, Reynaldo Santiago, Reefka Schneider, Joe Taylor, Paul Valdez, and Brian Wedgworth.
The exhibition explores the beauty and symbolism of Black and White, interpreted through a very personal visual expression. Artists work with their media of choice ranging from paintings, works on paper, sculptures, and installations.
The outstanding Black & White Redefined Exhibit will be on display at IMAS through January 4, 2009. Admire a wealth of works created in various media such as assemblage, installation, jewelry, painting, printmaking, sculptures, and textiles.