# Rex hausmann
An American Story at The Sheen Center NYC
The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture welcomes Rex Hausman’s upcoming curated exhibition, An American Story: Friends, Families & Stories. This uniquely personal curatorial undertaking is an intimate tribute to the special relationships formed both inside and outside the art world. Paying homage to his friends and family who have helped form his creative and spiritual journeys, the paintings featured not only reflect Hausman's personal narratives but also those of his peers. In a time where relationships are frayed due to differences in opinions and lifestyle choices, An American Story: Friends, Families & Stories reminds us of the power of friendship and family - and our shared need for belonging. And so, we might recall the words of John 15:30: "greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends". The exhibition presents a powerful reminder that human friendships are some of our most valuable assets.
Now at Art Miami 2022 with Burgess Contemporary
The notion of the "Now" is a central interest of many philosophical theories. The questions of what it means to be "in the present moment" and whether the present moment is actually a well-defined concept have been debated for centuries. Recently, Neuroscientists have found that, contrary to popular belief, the brain does not process information in a linear fashion. Instead, information is constantly being shuffled around and reordered in order to create a coherent and current picture of the world- The NOW.
Dyadic -Two Friends Two Unique Narratives at New River Fine Art
On Thursday November 3, 2022, Dyadic | Rex Hausmann & Gabriel Delgado opens at New River Fine Art from 6 pm - 9 pm. Curated into two solo one-man exhibitions, Dyadic exhibits two artists with completely different narratives and visual aesthetics. Hausmann, is seen as a pop artist with an autobiographical narrative accompanied by bold and bright colors, which seems to completely contrast the black and white artwork of Delgado's mathematical equations. However, both have micro and macro relations in their work.
A Meet and Greet with Rex Hausmann and Gabriel Delgado
New River is proud to announce a one-night-only Meet & Greet event: “Dyadic” - Rex Hausmann and Gabriel Delgado, November 3, 2022, from 6 – 9 pm. Rex Hausmann, a Texas-based artist, often draws on famous writings and other Art Historical Cannons to help define his own current Metamodernism Practice of Contemporary Art. Hausmann’s unique and self-formulated genre of artmaking features an amalgamation of friends, family, and happily harnessed mundanity of everyday life into the artist’s complex visual narratives that are gaining national recognition. His autobiographically driven contemporary landscapes, painterly avatars, and eccentrically specific recorded moments of time come alive in bold, bright and neon colors; artworks giving voice and credence to 400-year-old trees, dusty pick-up trucks, celebratory congregations, and a ‘beautiful mind’ mapping of linking people, places, and things through intrinsic artistic alchemy.
Hunting the Landscape and the Search for Truth In Painting
In 1904, the painter and writer, Emile Bernard visited the Modern Master, Paul Cezanne, in Aix, located in the South of France. In their ensuing correspondences, Cezanne expounded the priorities of his impressionistic painterly practice. Bernard’s interpretations of Cezanne’s work and ideas were even more influential in the turn-of the-century art circles for appearing to carry the authority of a confidant and trusted colleague.
Rex Hausmann at Burgess Modern + Contemporary
Burgess Modern + Contemporary is pleased to announce the representation of Rex Hausmann. The artist’s work has been exhibited at the 53rd Venice Biennale, The Smithsonian Institute, The McNay Museum, The Spencer Museum of Art, The Sheen Center NYC, The Institute of Texan Cultures and The Lawrence Art Center, among many others.
Burgess Modern + Contemporary at the Hamptons Fine Art Fair
At Hampton Fine Art Fair 2022, Burgess Modern + Contemporary presents a curatorial exhibition titled: Constructs which includes artwork by Miss Bugs, Gabriel Delgado, Rex Hausmann, David Hayes, Damien Hirst, Joan Miro, Jedd Novatt, Pablo Picasso, David Salle, Frank Stella, Mickalene Thomas, Gustavo Torres, and Tom Wesselmann.