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Explore color, space and texture with a new exhibit at the Henry Art Gallery

Color and texture intersect in Pae White's art installation.

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A new and super-cool exhibit at the Henry Art Gallery, Pae White's "Command-Shift-4," is a colorful, textural installation in one of the museum's large gallery spaces that uses painted images and multicolored yarn strung across the room to create a "dislocating, three-dimensional drawing" that museum attendees can navigate. Kids will dig the bright, visceral colors that take up the gallery space.

The exhibit runs until January 24; free for members, UW students, UW faculty, UW staff and children; $10 general admission, $6 seniors.

Weds, Sat and Sun, 11 am to 4 pm; Thurs and Fri, 11 am to 9 pm.

4100 15th Ave NE, Seattle, 98105

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