Contemporary Art - El Paso, TX
Upcoming Exhibition: Suzi Davidoff
January 25 - February 22, 2020
Opening Saturday, January 25, 6 - 8 PM
Suzi Davidoff is an artist based in the Chihuahuan desert of West Texas. Her work explores themes of structure, sustainability, and perception of the natural world.
The exhibition includes Davidoff’s prints; etchings and monotypes. Featured work includes a new series, Rio Grande Suite, that has not previously been seen in El Paso. These copper plate etchings implement an inventive use of Chine-collé maps.
XOLO is a contemporary art gallery located in El Paso, Texas. It is our hope that we will contribute to the expanding El Paso Art Community.
Our name comes from the Xoloitzcuintli or Xolo (zoh-loh) breed of dog. Xoloitzcuintli is derived from the name of the Aztec Indian god Xolotl and Itzcuintli, the Aztec word for dog. It is believed to be the first dog of the Americas. According to the American Kennel Club the Xolo “possesses a clean, graceful outline, equally combining elegance and strength.”