Collect yourself at Thorsten Brinkmann’s found object exhibit at Rice Gallery

Venus del Whitespitz, Thorsten Brinkmann | Photo courtesy of the artist

Marvel at the impressive sculpture opening of Thorsten Brinkmann on view at Rice Gallery from Thursday, February 4 to Sunday, May 15, 2016.

Self-proclaimed serial-collector Thorsten Brinkmann has made a career out of being a pack rat. Collecting anything that catches his eye, the artist sifts through the broken and discarded objects that we accumulate daily, but often avoid.

Rice University Art Gallery has commissioned the German artist to create a new site-specific installation, The Great Cape Rinderhorn, for his first museum solo-exhibition in the United States.

Working primarily with objects discovered in Houston, Brinkmann will turn empty space into a home where the discarded is re-imagined when his installation, The Great Cape Rinderhorn opens at Rice.

Thorsten Brinkmann’s The Great Cape Rinderhorn at Rice Gallery

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Cody Swann is a writer and musician born and raised in Houston. When he isn't recording or touring the country with his band, Wild Moccasins, he can be found covering live music and arts events for 365 Things to Do in Houston.