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Rarely displayed collages offer insight into sculptor’s extraordinary take on the everyday.
“Say, are you making a portrait or are you bringing it to life? For this royal image is so surpassingly excellent that I would judge [...]
Female roles and representation found throughout history, art and mythology.
The exhibition is a record of place and memory,which pays homage to the land and peoples of the South Texas and Northern Mexico border.
New paintings of paintings in Fuchs’ first show with the gallery.
Handmade brushes, a computer, a Dermal drill, hypodermic needles and tips of ball point pens and more traditional tools are used to make Marckstein’s futuristic [...]
More than a retrospective, this “zentrospective” promises an expansive range in subject matter, personal expression, digital and darkroom technique.
Tom Huck lives in St Louis where he runs his own press, Evil Prints. Adult content.
An outdoor feast at Chinati with food and drinks prepared by museum staff with ingredients harvested from the museum garden and show off your own [...]
The first performance/exhibition for RJP in the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center parking lot. Ryder Richards (Dallas), Jonathan Whitfill (Lubbock, TX), and Piotr Chizinski (NYC, [...]
A labor-based performance. Arriving at 6 p.m., the RJP Nomadic Gallery will unload the crates from a 40’ Ryder truck and begin the installation at [...]
Grant’s shadow-based photographic series, Night Journey portrays a theatrical world that references the ridiculous, the tragic and the unexpected.
A contemporary photographic interpretation of traditional Japanese genre paintings and the Kyogen and Butoh style of movement and theater. In addition to playing each of [...]
By re-defining spatial relationships through the viewers’ physical reaction to hypnotic repetition, Final Boss of the Internet re-contextualizes the language of our new digital environment. [...]
After eighteen years, Benini returns from the Hill Country to the International Museum of Art & Science to showcase his latest works.
Exhibition of large scale paintings and painted photographs that deal with Collin’s poetic recollections of the land in Germany and the weight of this remembrance [...]
Gerlinde Leiding from UT traces the development of tomb, shrine, temple, castle and residence. Presented by the Japan-America Society of Greater Austin. Held at Casa [...]
Border photography by award-winning artists, curated by Scott A. Sherer, PhD. Fernando Brito (Monterrey) documents corpses discarded in haunting landscapes, Mayra Martell (Ciudad Juárez and [...]