Buckham Gallery is pleased to announce three concurrent exhibitions featuring Morgan Craig, Robert Huebel and Chris Waters. Morgan Craig sees architectural structures as both repositories and vehicles for memory, influencing cultural and identity, by providing a tangible framework through which facets of society can be expressed. Dialectics and the Decommodified: The Spectres of Capital deals with how identity is influenced by the types of architectural edifices present in a given landscape. Within the realm of Jacques Derrida’s theory of Hauntology, the paintings speak of the slow disintegration of the future, and the abysmal fragmentation of the past.
Local artist, Robert Huebelwas inspired by the love and fascination he has of the American Southwest. Textures of the Southwest explores the special charm of the Southwest: rich in culture, traditions, religions, landscapes, textures and spiritual energy.
Flint artist Chris Waters brings forth portraits of unheralded horses; not ribbon or race winners, not the best examples of their breeds, but they are exalted by the love and care of their owners. Loosely influenced by the works of Kehinde Wiley, All the Pretty Little Horses is a celebration of Waters’ love of horses.
Late Winter Exhibitions opens on Friday, February 18 and runs through Saturday, March 19, 2022. Art Walk will be held Friday, March 11 from 6 - 9 PM.
Buckham Gallery is funded by the following organizations:
Generous support is provided by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
Our activities are sponsored in part by an award from the MICHIGAN ARTS AND CULTURE COUNCIL and the NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS.
This program is sponsored by the Greater Flint Arts Council Share Art Genesee Grant Program made possible by the Genesee County Arts Education and Cultural Millage funds. Your tax dollars are at work!