There are two shows opening tonight at Howard House. In the front gallery, Matthew Picton makes gorgeous use of conceptual geography and an X-Acto knife with Postwar Landscape, an Urban History, his fourth exhibition with the gallery.
In the back half is Dearly, Madly, a group show about the intricacies of intimacy and impermanence curated by gallery artist Robert Yoder. This image by Shaun Kardinal makes me think of, you know, that one morning when you caught a glimpse of yourself in the mirror after using the bathroom of someone you [ahem] probably won’t ever see again.
Both exhibitions open with a reception tonight, February 26, from 6-8 p.m. An artist/curator talk is scheduled for this Saturday, February 28 at noon.