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“Trizas”

Organized by Sarah Castillo’s Lady Base Gallery and curated by Rebel Mariposa of La Botánica, artist Julysa Sosa’s solo show “Trizas” takes to interpreting culture through an abstract and complex filter. The resultant work is remarkable in its ability to approach, to thought-provoking and visually-stunning effect, central themes and rituals by way of the periphery. Following the opening reception, "Trizas" remains on view by appointment through September 27, with a closing reception from 7-10pm on Thursday, September 28.

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  • AP Art Lab

    1906 S. Flores St, San Antonio SoFlo

    (210) 705-2332

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