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Paintings by Mexican-American artist Rigoberto A. Gonzalez depict the violent confrontations between drug cartels, Mexican federal troops and people involved in undocumented immigration in the [...]
The 2012 Olympics will, for the first time, include female boxing. Lidzy celebrates and honors the passion and struggles boxing women embody.
A sampling of 21st century photographic self-portraiture featuring new work from 17 emerging artists and curated by Hosuton Chicano photographer Chuy Benitez.
A collabporative installation by Jim Nolan & Linda Post inspired by the everyday operations of Lawndale art space form a framework for choreographed scenarios and [...]
Nine emerging and mid-career artists from San Antonio, selected by legendary critic, curator, and art historian, Frances Colpitt.
Nate Cassie’s second “Vacancy” pop-up show is a night of performance-based work including a barber shop, product demonstrations and survival skills workshops, opening in conjunction [...]
Car art, curated by Benjamin Bascombe, Deputy Director of the Pollock Gallery at SMU.
Paintings/drawings on narco-culture, faith healers and poisonous love set against a western sky by Armendariz, a professor at UTSA.
Dramatic large-scale wood sculptures, smaller-scale ceramic sculptures, and “Meditative Devices”by San Antonio sculptor Danville Chadbourne.
Vast collages on canvas about obsession, compulsion, personal branding and collecting/hoarding, often pushing the lines between passion and pathology.
Photographs illustrating the theme of peace around the world, entered into an international contest called “1000 Kalema,” sponsored by Think Peace International Inc., in honor [...]
In the 1960s, we had the Fluxus. Minimal performances highlighting the connections between everyday objects and art. The collective artists of IN COOPERATION WITH MUSCLE [...]
Recent spray-paint drawings derived from an Orrery, an installation Oliver created at D’Amelio Terras Gallery in New York last fall.
In Blakemore’s images, the unsettled relationship between accident and design is accentuated by her use of idiosyncratic, low-tech, and often unpredictable cameras.
Vest, a photographer and ship’s pilot, has spent the past 10 years photographing the shipping activities of the country’s largest port. A recipient of an [...]
Impersonating Liza Minelli, actor Gloria Sanchez offers a hilarious take on celebrity and mortality. Sanchez references Andy Warhol: Fame and Misfortune through a combination of [...]
Rene Paul Barilleaux, Chief Curator/Curator of Art after 1945, explores the original source material for Warhol’s most iconic images, and the later use of appropriated [...]
A one-night festival of the contemporary arts in San Antonio, highlighting artists from dance, media arts, literary arts, music, theatre & performance, and visual arts, [...]
Brooklyn-based artist Byron Kim, known for Synecdoche, a grouping of hundreds of small monochrome paintings based on skin tones that was included in the 1993 [...]