Raphaëlle Goethals and Wanxin Zhang: Biculturalism in Contemporary Art at Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe
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Raphaëlle Goethals and Wanxin Zhang: Biculturalism in Contemporary Art

Saturday Aug 25, 2018

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725 Canyon Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87501
US

Phone: (505) 986-9800
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Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

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Turner Carroll Gallery

Phone: (505) 986-9800
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An exhibition of two artists from divergent backgrounds and their personal explorations of intersectionality in cultural identities.

An exhibition of two artists from divergent backgrounds and their personal explorations of intersectionality in cultural identities:

Wanxin Zhang and Raphaëlle Goethals may have very different mediums with which they express themselves as artists, but they share the profound influence of a dual sense of cultural identity. Straddling divergent cultures and continents, each artist responds with work that presents the unique interpretation and resulting expression of feeling concurrently grounded and unsettled. While Zhang’s work uses “humor, confusion, anxiety, and sarcasm;” Goethals work is meditative, revealing a focus on light and space. While Goethals’ works have what appears to be infinite visual depth contained in mere inches of encaustic; Zhang works in greater 3D, crafting sculptures informed by past and present.

August 24 – September 18, 2018

Opening Reception August 24 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Image of Work in Show