Two unique exhibits will adorn the Alexandria Museum of Art walls this summer:
• Pulp Icons: Stewart Nachmias: Cast paper and prints created from deeply carved wood blocks, inked directly to act as molds for hand-dyed paper pulp, result in low-relief prints. Images on display will represent the excitement and danger of urban life—with a sense of humor.
• Unraveling Time, Creative Space: A group exhibition of contemporary Native American artists explores created spaces transcending time and place. The illusion of a singular identity is unraveled through contemporary reworkings of weaving, performance, beadwork, storytelling, mythology, and symbolism, infusing both historical and contemporary processes and references. Imaginary space suspended beyond multiple realities highlights a more honest and accurate depiction of self and suggests new models of thinking and engaging with the world.
Both exhibits open at the end of May and remain on view until late August. 933 Second Street. (318) 443-3458 or themuseum.org.