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Installation View of "Ruptures and Reconciliations"

Anthony Titus: "Ruptures and Reconciliations" Online

When: Sundays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Sept. 26
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'T' Space is presenting a new body of work by Anthony Titus titled "Ruptures and Reconciliations." Titus is showing works that originate from poetry excerpts from Richard Wright’s "Haiku." Titus’ monochromatic compositions conflate surface and structure, allowing the paintings to break away from their frames into gravity defying compositions. Titus transforms crumbled, draped, and wrapped canvas into rigid structures of mysterious materiality and radiant color. Titus describes the process of making the works as “a cycle of making, unmaking, and remaking” that closely mirrors how “the current social fabric seems to be coming apart...”

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