Through May 31 If These Walls Could Talk, Architecture in General Is Pretentious and Static Resolution: Between the Actual Polyester Gallery, 1618 Harney St. 345.0231, Downtown’s Polyester Gallery continues bringing contemporary artists to Omaha with If These Walls Could Talk, a photography show featuring three leading female artists. Seattle artist Holly Andres shows photography from her series Sparrow Lane; San Francisco-based photographer Beth Yarnell Edwards shows images of domestic daily life (some of which are in the SF MoMA’s collection); and Atlanta’s Dorothy O’Connor exhibits photos recognized for their staged scenes that land somewhere between reality and fantasy. In addition to that exhibit, New York artist Jeremy Parker has some mixed media images from his series Architecture in General Is Pretentious in Polyester’s Annex. Omaha artists Matt Orand’s and Matt Walker’s video installation, Static Resolution: Between the Actual, is in a new upstairs gallery.

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