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February 27, 2014

Thu 2/27
Andrés Ferrandis: “Numinous”

Andres Ferrandis

After nearly a decade of operating on an appointment-only basis, Ruiz-Healy Art opened a public location last year and recently tripled its space by relocating to the triangular Olmos Park landmark that hosted Bistro Bakery. On Thursday, the gallery—which specializes in modern and contemporary works by Latin American and “Texas-connected” artists—kicks off its spring season by unveiling the new digs along with an exhibition showcasing Spanish artist Andrés Ferrandis. Titled “Numinous” (an adjective Merriam-Webster defines as “having a mysterious, holy or spiritual quality”), the solo show focuses on Ferrandis’ shift from abstract painting to collage-based constructions incorporating photography, references to existentialist philosopher Søren Kierkegaard and “cut-paper organic and geometric forms that seem to drift and swirl through landscapes of memory.” Free, 6-8pm (artist talk at 7pm) Thursday, Ruiz-Healy Art, 201 E Olmos, (210) 804-2219, ruizhealyart.com. —Bryan Rindfuss

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