This week Lawndale installs a 450-ton "head," Claire Richards gets emotionally abstract, and a studio opens its doors to invaders. Here's where we're drinking for free this Friday and Saturday.
Boozefox, Robert Harrington, Tobiah Mundt, Logan Beck Lawndale's August exhibitions include a 450-ton head from Austin collective Boozefox, Logan Beck's ode to Mark Twain, Following Huck Finn, and Stanley Greene & Kadir van Lohuizen's Those Who Fell through the Cracks Opens, a photo exhibit documenting Hurricane Katrina survivors Friday, August 20, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Lawndale Art Center, 4912 Main, (713) 528-5858. On view through Sept. 25.
"Out of the Refuge" Solo exhibition by Claire Richards. According to H Gallery, "Each work is an emotional exploration of a location and abstract representation of a place that exists only in the heart and far behind the eyes until the eyes give it life." Not like that helped to describe the work in any way, shape or form. Opens Friday, August 20, 9 p.m., H Gallery, 617 W.19th Street. 713-456-9513.
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Third Saturdays at Nance/Hardy Street Studios This mini-indoor-art-crawl is a chance to witness artists in action and maybe buy something. Open Studios every third Saturday 1-5 p.m., through December 17, Hardy & Nance Street Studio Complex , 1515 Sul Ross, 832-545-0707