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Gallery Fridays

Austin – New gallery Champion OPENS Wild Beasts a group exhibition, downtown Austin—E 8th and Brazos. Although the opening occurred last night, the exhibition is up through October 8th.

Saturday, September 3rd, Co-Lab Project Space OPENS with Christine Blizard’s installation from 7 to 11 pm, on the eastside. The exhibition including imagery of tipis and rivers, promises to be a “magical and vivid experience.”

Tuesday, September 6th, the Austin Museum of Art offers another FREE DAY, where no admission will be charged. Take advantage and see Good Design: Stories from Herman Miller.

Also, on the 6th, Mike Tajima lectures at the Blanton Museum. Artist Tajima will explore the “the intersection of sculpture, painting, performance and video.” Further, About Face: Portraiture as Subject at the Blanton CLOSES September 4th—an exhibition, which “features 40 portraits in diverse mediums from antiquity to today.”

Domy Bookstore screens The Third Person at 8 pm on September 8th; it’s free!

Santa Fe – James Kelly Contemporary presents David Taylor’s Working the Line, an exhibition of photographs investigating boundaries and borders between the US/Mexico, OPENING tonight September 2nd.

David Taylor, Border Monument No. 106, N31° 19.978’ W 110° 27.515’, 2009-2010

New Mexico Museum of Art provides a “Free Friday Evening” with Earth Now: American Photographers and the Environment and other exhibitions currently on display, tonight, September 2nd.

Elusive Transparencies—featuring eye-catching, illusory abstractions—OPENS tonight at David Richard Contemporary, September 2nd, 5 – 7 pm.

Verve Gallery CLOSES Cy DeCosse’s retrospective on September 3rd.

Hell, the first of a two-part exhibition curated by David Solomon, opened last week, and is on view at the Santa Fe Community College through September 9th.

Feature Image: courtesy of Champion Gallery, Austin. Shara Hughes, You Don’t Know, I Can’t Tell You, 2010, Oil on canvas

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