Author: Ben Judson

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Self-Revolution

In the United States, hyphenated identity art exhibits are well established and follow certain traditions, notwithstanding some impressive attempts to break the mould. LACMA made […]

Self-Revolution

On, Of or About

The idea of grouping works on paper — drawings, watercolors, prints, photographs, etc — in a single category is a very practical one. Museums are […]

On, Of or About

Ansen Seale at Land Heritage Institute

The Land Heritage Institute is a fascinating organization, if difficult to pin down. Beginning in 1979, the City of San Antonio began to explore the […]

Ansen Seale at Land Heritage Institute

Who you callin’ conceptual?

I suppose Elaine Wolff should be forgiven for proclaiming in a recent review that Daniel Saldaña’s scultpures are "post-contemporary in another key way: They’re unmistakably […]

Who you callin’ conceptual?

Linda Pace’s Legacy

Dan Goddard has a good piece in the San Antonio Current about the status of the forthcoming David Adjaye-designed home for Linda Pace’s collection. Apart […]

Linda Pace’s Legacy

Aaron Forland: Public Art vs Street Art

With the extension of the Riverwalk, San Antonio got some new high-visibility public artworks by people like Bill Fontana, Donald Lipski, and Stuart Allen. The […]

Aaron Forland: Public Art vs Street Art

One more July…

San Antonio’s Contemporary Art Month just published their event calendar for July. The event has sweated its way through July every year since 1985; in […]

One more July…

“Six Years Later” at Unit B

Six Years Later presents two separate shows by Matt Hanner and Stephen Lapthisophon. The artists had previously collaborated on a one-night-only installation at Unit B […]

“Six Years Later” at Unit B