Rachel Hecker: Group Show

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Rachel Hecker: Group Show

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Art League Houston is excited to announce the 2013 Texas Artist of the Year exhibition, Rachel Hecker: Group Show. The exhibition features a selection of works in sculpture, painting and kinetics, and is “largely a show of anomalies’, says Hecker. ‘I work serially, and on projects that are linear and investigated over time. I also make things that have nothing to do with what I am doing. I indulge ideas that are persistent and pestering but out of context, and this is the work that is in this show.’ Rachel Hecker was born in Providence, RI. She received a BFA in Sculpture from Moore College of Art, and an MFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. She moved to Houston in 1982 to help Allan Hacklin establish the prestigious Core Residency Program at the Glassell School of Art. It was supposed to be an eight month job that lasted nine and a half years.  She was the Associate Director of the Core Program at the Glassell School of Art from 1982-1991 and is now an Associate Professor of painting at the University of Houston School of Art. She has shown in numerous museum exhibitions such as Postmodern Americans: A Selection at the Menil Collection in Houston, and in commercial and university galleries and alternative spaces throughout the United States. One-person exhibitions have included venues such as the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, the Dallas Museum of Art, and ArtPace in San Antonio.   

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