The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston will present the opening reception on Saturday, September 28th!
After their shared experiences in Santiago de Chile 2015, Mauricio Paz Viola and Justin Earl Grant have reunited once again in the city of Houston. Mauricio Paz Viola and Justin Earl Grant are celebrating their second exhibition together, Borderlust, at The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston.
Borderlust is a reflection on the dynamic experience of how we construct our identity as an emancipatory and paradoxical process. The collection of works presents a series of silhouettes of the human figure whose limits are traced and shows the interconnection of the subject with the whole. Bonderlust aspires to reaffirm the magnitude of possibilities of the expansion of the human being.
This exhibition is hosted by the Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston, whose mission is to disseminate and preserve the rich Hispanic culture and to highlight the historical, linguistic, scientific, and artistic achievements of Hispanics or Latin-Americans, particularly Hispanics and Latin-Americans residing in Houston, Texas. The exhibit will be on display until Saturday, October 5th.
Admission to Borderlust is free. For more information, visit www.ihch.org or call 713-528-1492.
The team at Sommerall Station Apartments in Houston, Texas encourages our residents to venture outside of our apartment community and explore all that the city has to offer. If you are hoping to witness new sights and experiences, be sure to check out this phenomenal local event!
Saturday, September 28, 2019—4:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston
3315 Sul Ross Street
Houston, Texas 77098