Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is excited to present the work of New Orleans-based artist and filmmaker, Garrett Bradley. The exhibit spans the first floor, with three multi-channel films and videos. Bradley addresses themes such as race, class, familial relationships, social justice, southern culture and the history of film in the United States.
Her work is a mix of scripted and improvised scenes that are a result of research and in-depth conversations with people in the community of whom she wanted to represent. Each film explores the space between fact and fiction, embracing unique ways to portray history that make you consider expectations of everyday life – the bad and the good.
Visit Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10am – 7pm, Thursday 10am – 9pm, Saturday 10am – 6pm and Sunday 12pm – 6pm. Garrett Bradley: American Rhapsody will be on exhibit until March 22, 2020. Admission is always free.
All Photos Courtesy of CAMH