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Alex Marks Exhibition

On view through October 3 is Alex Marks’ sublime and sexy photographs of White Sands shot during a full moon.
Each image sucks the viewer in with surprising details. These still photographs move.

Opening is September 18, 7-9 p.m.

Traveling this way?

Wrong has some sweet plans for the remainder of 2015 and 2016.
August/September 2015: photography by Alexander Marks. Exhibition party on September 18.
October/November 2015: Chuck & George’s Texas Wildflowers and Roadkill. Opening is October 9, 9-11 p.m. Maybe a wedding too!
December/January: solo show by Joe Yorty
February 2016: Closed for a big birthday trip!
March/April 2016: Collaboration with our friends at Yard Dog Austin.
May 2016: Solo show by Ricardo Ruiz
October 2016: Solo show by Nathaniel Russell

We are still working on 2016 but please plan to check out our shows while you are here.


Heads up.
We will be closed July 9 – 20.
Sorry to miss you.

Butch Anthony in the House!

Artist Butch Anthony’s “It Ain’t Dying I’m Talking About, It’s Living” will be up through the end of April.

Heartpine hearts for your poohbear.

These custom pocket hearts can have your favorite sweet nuthin on them. It’s a constant reminder of your sweet love.

Order now:  gonewrong@wrongmarfa.com

Open All Week!

The Wrong Store is open every day this week, noon to 5. December 29 – 31. Come on by!
Closed New Year’s Day, but check. Open January 2-4.

Ben Medansky Ceramics

We are now offering Ben Medansky Ceramics.

We particularly love these two pieces:
Morning Wood and Peace Pipe

Skull Show! 2.

Yes. This will be on view:

Skull Show!

The artists’ goods are arriving for our Skull Show. Opening on October 10, 9-11 p.m. @wrongmarfa.

ABOUT LINES by William Vizcarra

Wrong will be exhibiting William Vizcarra’s lovely sculptures:
August 29 – September 28
Reception:  August 29, 7-9 p.m.

About Lines is William’s study into the duality properties of lines in relation to contrasting mix-media.
His use of concrete, paper and ink are inspired by Japanese calligraphy lines, woodcuts and the process of repetition.

Vizcarra is from Ciudad Juárez and we are lucky to have him here.