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The Art Galleries at TCU will present an artist talk with visiting artists Christian Gfeller and Anna Hellsgård. Gfeller + Hellsgård's work is on display in the exhibition, “No No No No I Want You to Be Wide Awake and Hear Details You’ve Never Heard Before," which features a new, site-specific print installation with large, temporary wooden structures.

Gfeller and Hellsgård have been working together since 2001 and are recognized for their commitment to rethinking and stretching the limits of the screen-printing process through experimentation. The French-Swedish duo work across a wide range of media, including zines, books, posters, installation and painting, and their vibrant style is best described as a hybrid of handcraft, punk and pop abstraction.

The Art Galleries at TCU will present an artist talk with visiting artists Christian Gfeller and Anna Hellsgård. Gfeller + Hellsgård's work is on display in the exhibition, “No No No No I Want You to Be Wide Awake and Hear Details You’ve Never Heard Before," which features a new, site-specific print installation with large, temporary wooden structures.

Gfeller and Hellsgård have been working together since 2001 and are recognized for their commitment to rethinking and stretching the limits of the screen-printing process through experimentation. The French-Swedish duo work across a wide range of media, including zines, books, posters, installation and painting, and their vibrant style is best described as a hybrid of handcraft, punk and pop abstraction.

The Art Galleries at TCU will present an artist talk with visiting artists Christian Gfeller and Anna Hellsgård. Gfeller + Hellsgård's work is on display in the exhibition, “No No No No I Want You to Be Wide Awake and Hear Details You’ve Never Heard Before," which features a new, site-specific print installation with large, temporary wooden structures.

Gfeller and Hellsgård have been working together since 2001 and are recognized for their commitment to rethinking and stretching the limits of the screen-printing process through experimentation. The French-Swedish duo work across a wide range of media, including zines, books, posters, installation and painting, and their vibrant style is best described as a hybrid of handcraft, punk and pop abstraction.

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WHERE

Moudy Gallery
2805 S. University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129
https://www.facebook.com/events/1065213083686928/

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Admission is free.
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