Posted April 15, 2009 by Gallery in Arts

gallery_1You’ll feel like an archeologist at the Gallery at UTA’s show, which features prints by the Uruguayan-born artist Rimer Cardillo that mimic artifacts, as a way of addressing human impact on the environment.

Meanwhile, new UTA professor Darryl Lauster sculpts fake artifacts to explore the meaning of historical objects.

Thru Apr 25. The Gallery at UTA, 502 S Cooper St, Arlington. 817-272-3143.


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