Antonio Moya: The Forcefulness of Color
The centerpiece of Orinoco Gallerys Antonio Moya: The Forcefulness of Color exhibit is the wall-size Alucinación de cuerpos (Hallucination of Bodies), a bright painting with a red-orange palate that shows oddly shaped human and animal figures walking, floating and crawling across the canvas. Scattered among the bodies are several small daggers, including some that seem to be topped with human heads, with their arms becoming part of the knives hilts. A figurative and surrealist artist, the Spanish-Venezuelan Moya has some 20 works on display here until December 31. Holiday hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays. The Galleria III, 5175 Westheimer. For information, call 713-621-4200 or visit www.orinocogallery.com. Free.
Dec. 15-31, 2007
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