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Thursday, January 15
"Hare & Hound Press + Artpace"

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They’re separate entities that operate in different ways, but Artpace and the Linda Pace Foundation share the vision of late founder Linda Pace, who believed “contemporary art is essential to a dynamic society.” In celebration of Artpace’s 20th year, and a gift to LPF from a longtime local collaborator, Pace’s institutions unite for “Hare & Hound Press + Artpace: The Art of Collaboration.” Culled from 100-plus printer’s proofs, the exhibition opens concurrently with the similarly nostalgic “Untitled(Beginning),” an installation first unveiled at Artpace in 1995 by the late Cuban-American artist Félix González-Torres. Free, 6-9pm Thu, Artpace, 445 N Main, (210) 212-4900, artpace.org. —Bryan Rindfuss

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