The Castleberry Hill ArtStroll is here again this Friday, turning your normally sedate gallery hopping into a frantic rush to be everywhere and see everything before 10PM. To make your journey harder, a scattering of shows open outside Castleberry, as does one new gallery.
(And may we suggest Critical Mass as a suitable starting point for your Friday evening?)
FRIDAY, APRIL 24
Pimsler-Hoss Architects sponsors the opening of The Tempor-ary Gallery, with photography by Allison Shockley, drawings by Phil Ralston, a video installation by Neil Fried, and an art installation by Michael Montagne. Showing for one night only, Fri. April 24 at 7PM.
NAOMI SILVA GALLERY
“Birds” and “Lake Cochiti”
Joel Conison’s “Birds” features portrait photography of birds at rest. Santiago Vanegas shows a selection of landscape photography from his Lake Cochiti series. On view April 24 through May 16. Opening reception tonight, 7PM.
Craig Drennen: Mistresses, Apemantus, and Flattering Lords
Craig Drennen makes paintings, drawings, and objects based on the dramatis personae from Shakespeare’s Timon of Athens. On view April 24 through May 16. Opens at Gallery Stokes tonight, 7PM.
ART HOUSE GALLERY
Thomson Moore: My Body Is Your Body
Thomson Moore presents a series of sculpture and performance art. (I took a sneak peek of his stuff last week – definitely worth seeing!). Opening reception April 24, 7PM.
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
Shinque Smith curates a selection of work covering a variety of media by Justin Anderson, Christine Bailey, Jane Benson, Jennie C. Jones, Marcus Morales, Erika Ranee, Sean Ryan, and Mickalene Thomas. These works are “loosely connected to ‘Golden Age’ or utopian ideals of pastoral literature and art.” On view April 25 through June 6. Saltworks holds an opening reception Saturday at 7PM.
GET THIS! GALLERY
Bean Summer presents a selection of his experimental media work at Get This! Gallery‘s new 11th Street location. Opens April 25 at 7PM, continues through May 16.
MINT Gallery presents the third year of its Windows series, featuring 15 artists using windows as a canvas for their work. One night only, April 25 at 8PM.
SUNDAY, APRIL 26
Spruill Gallery is hosting a flea market from 10AM-3PM in their parking lot. Artwork, junk, and treasures galore are promised by a large number of participating vendors and artists.
Except where otherwise noted, all events on our To Do Lists are free and open to the public. Keep checking previous Lists for more ongoing shows!