Earthly Mirage, presented by ahha Tulsa, runs Aug. 6-Oct. 24; the exhibition acts as a survey, spanning 10 years of artistic production by queer Latinx artist Hoesy Corona.

In OKC, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum offers two shows this month: Find Your North on Aug. 20-Oct. 17 and Tattooing: Religion, Reality and Regret Aug. 27-May 8. The former explores what the term ‘American West’ really means, offering differing perspectives through art. Tattooing explores this custom that dates back thousands of years in North America. 

In Norman, Nuclear Enchantment: Patrick Nagatani runs Aug. 5-Jan. 30 at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. The showcase spans the 40-year career of Nagatani, who curated a diverse body of work that pushed the contours of photography.

And if you find yourself in Shawnee, the Mabee Gerrer Museum of Art presents Interesting Times: The Art of Honoré Daumier through Aug. 28. The show explores some of Daumier’s satirical works that cover themes including corruption, ineptitude and class divides.

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