Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin are Houston-based interdisciplinary artists creating an ongoing series of fifty installations made in response to little-known pre-Stonewall queer histories from each state. This multi-decade endeavor draws from recent groundbreaking academic work, the artists’ own archival research, and significant time spent learning from and collaborating with local LGBTQ community members.
"Wayfinding" Blaffer Art Museum, Houston
July, 15 2022 - Oct, 9 2022
Performance Lecture: Who Shall Here Be Nameless
September 28 6-8pm
Special Collections MD Anderson Library Honors College
Performance Lecture: Because There Was No Wind
October 6 7:30-8:30pm
UH Exterior of Fine Arts Building
NORMA TRIST: a Livre d'Artiste co-published with Flatbed Press (Austin)
Glasstire Review of "Wayfinding" at Blaffer Art Museum (by Garland Fielder 2022)
Houston Chronicle Review of "Wayfinding" at Blaffer Art Museum (by Molly Glentzer 2022)
Texas Arts & Culture Feature on "Wayfinding" at Blaffer Art Museum (by Tarra Gaines 2022)
Artforum review of "50 States: Louisiana" at DiverseWorks (by Natilee Harren 2019)
Hyperallergic list of best visual art shows of 2020 (honorable mention by Dessane Lopez Cassell)
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Nick & Jake show with Devin Borden Gallery in Houston, Texas
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