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Photo courtesy of Etty Horowitz

Fort Worth artist Etty Horowitz will present a gallery talk in the Kimbell Art Museum's "Artist's Eye" series. The talk will begin in the Louis I. Kahn Building galleries. Nancy E. Edwards, curator of European art/head of academic services at the Kimbell, will moderate the program.

Trained as an architect, Horowitz is an accomplished sculptor with a diverse exhibition record spanning 27 years. Her artwork employs a variety of materials including metal, stone, concrete and plastic, to create a sense of gravity through malleable media. Horowitz's sophisticated understanding of materials and engagement with art history enable her to create art that involves the viewer and reflects societal issues that inspire her. Whether she's analyzing space for a site-specific installation or evaluating a form to create freestanding sculpture, Horowitz aspires to build a strong artistic community around her work, encouraging her viewers to consider how forms can express identity.

Fort Worth artist Etty Horowitz will present a gallery talk in the Kimbell Art Museum's "Artist's Eye" series. The talk will begin in the Louis I. Kahn Building galleries. Nancy E. Edwards, curator of European art/head of academic services at the Kimbell, will moderate the program.

Trained as an architect, Horowitz is an accomplished sculptor with a diverse exhibition record spanning 27 years. Her artwork employs a variety of materials including metal, stone, concrete and plastic, to create a sense of gravity through malleable media. Horowitz's sophisticated understanding of materials and engagement with art history enable her to create art that involves the viewer and reflects societal issues that inspire her. Whether she's analyzing space for a site-specific installation or evaluating a form to create freestanding sculpture, Horowitz aspires to build a strong artistic community around her work, encouraging her viewers to consider how forms can express identity.

Fort Worth artist Etty Horowitz will present a gallery talk in the Kimbell Art Museum's "Artist's Eye" series. The talk will begin in the Louis I. Kahn Building galleries. Nancy E. Edwards, curator of European art/head of academic services at the Kimbell, will moderate the program.

Trained as an architect, Horowitz is an accomplished sculptor with a diverse exhibition record spanning 27 years. Her artwork employs a variety of materials including metal, stone, concrete and plastic, to create a sense of gravity through malleable media. Horowitz's sophisticated understanding of materials and engagement with art history enable her to create art that involves the viewer and reflects societal issues that inspire her. Whether she's analyzing space for a site-specific installation or evaluating a form to create freestanding sculpture, Horowitz aspires to build a strong artistic community around her work, encouraging her viewers to consider how forms can express identity.

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WHERE

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.kimbellart.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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