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Matthew Sontheimer’s art is a mash-up of drawing, collage, text, and conceptual strategy, two-dimensional work that can look like schizophrenic ransom notes or pop art poster recreations. At first glance, the work may feel difficult. Snippets of text and random imagery play off each other with an elusive coherence, making the viewer feel as if he or she walked in on a private conversation. But this is part of Sontheimer’s game, creating work that confounds itself in order to suck the viewer into its considerations of the nature of art’s materiality, objectivity, and meaning.
After such a brutal winter PDNB Gallery celebrates the summer with full gusto. Summertime and the Living is Easy is a collection of work from 18 artists. The photographs capture a nostalgic view of the featured artists’ memories from their child and teen years out in the sunshine.
Remember when a big neon Playboy bunny popped up along the road to Marfa? The installation, commissioned by the men's magazine and featuring an outline of the instantly recognizable symbol, was the work of artist Richard Phillips. Yes, it will be installed here, too, in addition to an indoor exhibit of his pop culture-inspired paintings, short films, and other mixed-media work.
Islamic art expert and curator Sabiha Al Khemir Fundación and the Foundation Focus-Abengoa in Seville, Spain have put together a rare, highly-inclusive collection of work spanning eleven centuries, drawing from both public and private collections to demonstrate the symbolic significance and cultural importance of light in the Islamic world. As demonstrated by the expansive nature of the exhibit, light has two meanings. There is the physical—the sun, the giver of life—and the metaphysical, light as knowledge in the darkness of ignorance. There's only one place in the United States where you can see this exhibit, and it's here.