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  Ten artists from Los Angeles, New York and Houston. “In art history, regionalism has been understood as a relatively deliberate effort, by regional producers, to develop the characteristics of distinctively local artistic interests……. However, many artistic regions were probably denoted as such only with hindsight by a society or its historians.” Whitney Davis (Oxford University Press) Any issues of geographical identity are more concerning to those that sell, criticize and categorize art than to the artist themselves. Artists do not declare themselves as “New York artists” or “Texas artists” as those phrases are limiting, but the media and critics will happily use them…. galleries too.  So Avis Frank is proud to present ten artists  from LAHOUNY.  Please support good local art  wherever it comes from. Josh Alan, Sara Jones, Hiyme Brummett, Bryan Schnelle Siobhan McBride, Annelie McKenzie, Heath West,  Loren Erdrich, Eduardo Portillo, Sara Cain Bowen.

 

Ten artists from Los Angeles, New York and Houston.

“In art history, regionalism has been understood as a relatively deliberate effort, by regional producers, to develop the characteristics of distinctively local artistic interests……. However, many artistic regions were probably denoted as such only with hindsight by a society or its historians.”
Whitney Davis (Oxford University Press)

Any issues of geographical identity are more concerning to those that sell, criticize and categorize art than to the artist themselves. Artists do not declare themselves as “New York artists” or “Texas artists” as those phrases are limiting, but the media and critics will happily use them…. galleries too. 

So Avis Frank is proud to present ten artists 
from LAHOUNY. 
Please support good local art 
wherever it comes from.

Josh Alan, Sara Jones, Hiyme Brummett, Bryan Schnelle
Siobhan McBride, Annelie McKenzie, Heath West, 
Loren Erdrich, Eduardo Portillo, Sara Cain Bowen.