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HOUSTON, TX (March 28, 2019)— Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) is pleased to announce the 2019 Gala and Art Auction. The event will be hosted at CAMH on Friday, April 12, 2019 from 7PM-midnight.
Since 1948 the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston has shared the art of our time at no cost to visitors who come through their doors. It is through the amazing generosity of patrons and artists that they maintain and advance their mission. Every year a curated selection of artists and their galleries are asked to donate work for the benefit of the Museum through the Annual Gala and Art Auction. In turn, proceeds from the Annual Gala and Art Auction benefit CAMH’s exhibitions and educational programming.
The auction artwork will be available for view from Monday 04/06 until Friday 04/12 during regular museum hours.
Latino Art Now (LAN!), features a second billboard with Karen’s artwork Subject #13.
The 6th Latino Art Now! is April 4-6, 2019 Houston, TX. Click here to learn more about LAN!
LOS ANGELES March 19th - Professional photographer Karen Navarro of United States was presented with the 12th Annual International Color Awards Nominee title in the category of fine art at a prestigious Nomination & Winners Photoshow streamed Saturday, March 9, 2019.
The live online gala was attended by 11,829 photography fans around the globe who logged on to watch the climax of the industry’s most important event for color photography. 12th Annual Jury members included captains of the industry from Sotheby’s, New York; Benetton, Ponzano Veneto; The Art Channel, London; Kolle Rebbe, Hamburg; Droga5, New York; Preus Museum, Norway; Art Beatus, Hong Kong; Forsman & Bodenfors, Gothenburg; Wieden & Kennedy, Portland; Fox Broadcasting Network, Los Angeles; Gallery Kong, Seoul; and Phillips, New York who honored Color Masters with 761 title awards and 1,032 nominees in 37 categories.
“Winning awards is an endorsement that you are doing something right in your craft”, “It is an incredible achievement to be selected among the best from the 7,241 entries we received this year,” said Basil O’Brien, the awards Creative Director. “Karen Navarro’s ”I am the Egg,” an exceptional image entered in the fine art category, represents contemporary color photography at its finest, and we’re pleased to present her with the title of Nominee.”
INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS is the leading international award honoring excellence in color photography. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional and amateur photographers worldwide and honors the finest images with the highest achievements in color photography. www.colorawards.com
BossBabesATX, the Texas-based nonprofit that amplifies and connects women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and organizers, annually works with 10 to 15, Texas-based women and nonbinary visual and musical artists to produce site-specific work, commissions and exhibitions throughout their programming and collaborations with like-minded collectives, institutions, and brands. Through these residencies, they invite the public to learn more about their process, approach, and sustainability of their practice.
Every first Thursday in April through September they have organized an event that celebrates the work of women artists in #BBATX’s 2019 residency where you can enjoy art and DJ sets.
Karen’s work will be featured in VOLUME SIX: SEPTEMBER 5, 2019 @ The LINE Austin Pool Deck (opening night for BABES FEST 2019). The artists that will be featured are Eileen Wu, DJ Dama Nilz, Karen Navarro and Recspec.
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Intersections celebrates women of color through a diverse collection of 22 artists and their stories told from a variety experiences and perspectives. In addition to highlighting artists from San Antonio, the exhibition aims to explore spaces across Texas and the narratives of women of color from the region. Presa House has reached out to a selection of curators from Austin, Houston, Corpus Christi, and Laredo, TX to collaborate in creating space and a platform for these artists.
February 1, 06:00 - 11:00
Presa House Gallery
725 S. Presa, San Antonio, Texas 78210
The exhibitions runs until February 23
By appointment only
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Artadia is pleased to announce the five inaugural Houston Artadia Fellows: Abdul Basit, Pakistan; Lanre Buraimoh, Nigeria; Eduardo Herrera, Ecuador; Karen Navarro, Argentina; and Sanya Wafeq, Afghanistan.
The Houston Artadia Fellowship is a pilot program designed to connect Houston’s diverse immigrant and refugee artists with other artists, each other, and the international art world through close collaborations with local partners, critical discourse, exhibition opportunities, and studio visits with renowned curators and artists to support and cultivate artistic excellence. Fellows are invited to participate in conversations around art practice, sustainability, and the locality of the city’s art scene while simultaneously providing the resources to address needs specific to those communities. Click here for more
Latino Art Now (LAN!) is a leading National forum for artists, art professionals, educators, scholars, critics, and art dealers to periodically explore the contours of Latin American art. The 6th Latino Art Now! is April 4-6, 2019 Houston, TX. Click here to learn more about LAN!
After Curated by Girls, the Berlin-based online platform for talented, emerging and established artists from around the world, featured Karen’s work online. Karen was contacted to exhibit in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in New Femininity #3, a show organized and curated by Curated by Girls.
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The Houston Review, the online source for Houston art scene and reviews, reviewed “Mujeres del Sur” (Women from the South) group exhibition held at the gallery The Union, TX, curated by Theresa Escobedo. Photographs from the series “Soft Objects” were displayed in this exhibition. Click here to read the full review by Meghan Hendley-Lopez.
Also, check the Party Pics by Glasstire. Glasstire is an online-only art magazine promoting visual arts in Texas to a local, regional and national audience. Click here to watch.