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The first-ever all-student illustration exhibition held at the university.
Briggs takes an unabashed look at the terror of Juarez, Mexico-a site under siege by rampant gang and drug related violence. Using a 13th c. [...]
A wide-ranging overview of Ali’s life and times through photographs by Annie Leibovitz, Gordon Parks, Steve Schapiro, Thomas Hoepker, Art Shay, and Sonia Katchian and [...]
Skydive begins its 4th year with a group exhibition featuring the work of the three artists who run Skydive: Sasha Dela, Nancy Douthey and Brian [...]
Carter’s piece is a fictional cityscape inspired by technological networks and devices, modes and pathways of mass transit, and typography and graphics that seeks to [...]
Keinholz will choose one important piece form each decade of her collaboration with her late husband, Ed Kienholz, and talk about them in room 49 [...]
Including works by Martin Amorous, Frank Golden, Kathy Kelley, Patrick Lawler, Tudor Mitroi, Edward Morin, Valerie Powell, Diana Salles and Tom Seifert.
A selection of filmed performances taken from the acclaimed and long-running BBC2 television program, The Old Grey Whistle Test. The show ran from 1971-1987, with [...]
Named after the goddess of change and destruction, Kali will explore the painfully destructive nature of passion that inevitably evokes change. The show will feature [...]
Marko is a recent transplant to Oklahoma City from Belgrade, via the United Kingdom where he has been living and working since 1991. He’s a [...]
Mixed media works by San Antonio artist Bernice A. Appelin-Williams. Ms. Williams collects discarded items and photographs and recreates a new experience of them in [...]
A master in working with glass, the most characteristic and telling material of modern architecture, James Carpenter helps bridge the gap between art and architecture. [...]
It’s about decision making and your guts. More importantly, it is about a certain uneasy feeling in your guts when choices are made.
Baker’s new drawings, sound, and animation investigating the artist’s mind as a single mother.
Paintings of vultures on platters and other dinnerware items. Also opening in the third floor Hot Spot Gallery: Notes to St. Peter, featuring works by [...]
New sculptural works by recent San Diego transplant Jonathan Sanders explore the possibilities of found object construction while Austin native David Lujan raises questions about [...]
Artist Glenn Ligon in conversation with curator Scott Rothkopf on the subject of Ligon’s midcareer retrospective Glenn Ligon: AMERICA, which opens to the public on [...]
Photographs on handmade paper by Virginia artist Alyssa Salomon, using her own mad-scientist recipes for the nineteenth-century photographic processes of cyanotype and van dyke printing.
B. Hollyman Gallery celebrates the New Year with an exhibit featuring a variety of works from the gallery’s photographers.