Life and Death: Luis Jiménez & Bridges III Art Exhibition
Life and Death: Luis Jiménez is an exhibition of 35 works by the late, internationally known artist Luis Jiménez. The works range in date from 1973 through 2001, and include sketches, studies, drawings and prints that he created to work through ideas that culminated in his famous large-scale sculptures. The exhibition also includes maquettes, four final concept prints for his famous Progress Suite of which only two were completed as sculptures, and a wall-size drawing/painting of Fiesta Dancers.
A concurrent exhibition features Sherrie Levine’s After Russell Lee: 1-60, 2016, and Edouard Duval-Carrié’s Lost at Sea, 2014, for a third chapter in an ongoing series in collaboration with the Art Bridges Foundation. Art Bridges makes it possible for small partner institutions throughout the country to exhibit museum quality artworks. To evoke consideration of different artists’ themes and approaches to artmaking, a photograph by Arlington artist Celia Alvarez Muñoz has been selected to complement the borrowed Art Bridges works.
Friday, March 31 at 10:00am to 5:00pm
Gallery at UTA, The, 169 Fine Arts Building
502 S. Cooper St., Arlington, TX, 76013