Join us Friday, November 2nd for the opening of Nancy Friedeman-Sánchez’s Cornucopia. With an explosion of flora, Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez’s exhibition at Weinberger Fine Art’s Drawing Room explores colonialism, identity, and cultural hybridity.
Following the artist’s immigration from Colombia, Friedemann-Sánchez began creating art that deals with the tension of displacement. Drawing and painting intricate flowers and lace, she addresses Spanish colonialism, bilingualism, and patriarchal oppression. Her work is strikingly laborious, chillingly ominous, and indulgently lush.
This event is open to the public from 5-8pm and will take place at The Drawing Room located at 1903 Wyandotte. The final First Friday Member’s Only viewing of Fall Motif in the Weinberger main gallery space will also be on view from 5-8pm at 114 Southwest Boulevard.