William Campbell Gallery (217 Foch St) - More Or Less: Una Retrospectiva
Exhibition on Display: Nov 12 2022 - Jan 5 2023 | Works by: Benito Huerta
This exhibition is Part 1 of a retrospective exhibition, presenting work created between
1975 and 2022. The second exhibition Más O Menos: A Retrospective opens at the Latino
Cultural Center in January 2023. The works exhibited at each venue will be unique to that
venue and are to be seen as one to better understand the various works included in each
of these exhibitions. The work will track the non-linear evolution of the artist’s oeuvre
over the course of nearly 50 years. Topics have run the gamut from the political to
satire, economics, to social issues intertwining pop culture, Mexican cultural motifs,
art and musical references and other influences creating a visual gumbo.
The title of the exhibition plays with the irreverent mixture of conversational English
and Spanish otherwise known as Spanglish.
About William Campbell Gallery
Founded in 1974 by Bill and Pam Campbell, William Campbell Gallery exhibits high-quality
contemporary art in a variety of media, including paintings, works on paper, mixed-media
constructions, photography, prints, ceramics, and sculpture. By exhibiting nationally
recognized artists, along with new and emerging talent, the gallery continues to nurture
an awareness and appreciation of the exciting diversity found in contemporary art as it
has over the past 49 years.
The gallery announced its new ownership in December of 2020 to the Fort Worth
Contemporary Art Partners (FWCAP), which includes Tim and Misty Locke, Jadz Pate,
Clayton Snodgrass, and J.W. and Andrea Wilson. In May 2022, a second gallery location
at 217 Foch Street was opened to feature additional works in a modern, bright and
alternative environment. The gallery announces the new Director Anne Kelly Lewis in
January of 2023.