Events by Region
September 6 - October 4, 2014
A story-show about Joaquin Klose, "a man of little means and a a fan of Little Feet," who invented WALKINCLOSET (The Game) on the eve of allegedly abandoning his family. Basically a set of instructions to be passed on via word of mouth, this game was never intended to be reproduced and/or marketed, but "is now considered a small masterpiece in the somewhat obscure instructional gaming underworld."
September 6, 2014 | 8–10 pm
Andy Mann (1947-2001) was a seminal video artist in the 1970s and 80s, known in particular for his wonderful street tapes shot in the then-rough streets of SoHo and on the New York subway. He was associated with several historic video collectives such as Global Village, Raindance, Perception, Videofreex, and TVTV (Top Value Television), as well as a contributor to the video art magazine Radical Software, founded in 1970. He lived in Houston from the 1980s until his death in 2001. We are big fans of his work and are thrilled to see this show, curated by Jarrett Hayman, being presented in Austin. DON'T MISS THIS.
September 5 - 27, 2014
Works from the Berlin-based artist. This will be her first exhibition in the US since her collaboration with the now-defunct project Counterproductive Industries in Chicago, in 2000. "Like counting with ones fingers instead of ones mind, there is always something missing, at least the tenth finger of those two hands of yours." - Barbara Sturm
December 22 - 31, 2014
The camera obscura-weilding, $100,000 Whitney Bucksbaum Prize-winning darling of the contemporary art jet set has set up her upside-down and backward lens in an inauspicious building on the outskirts of Marfa. The result is solemn, quiet, and a surprisingly beautiful view of the West Texas landscape.
August 3 - November 30, 2014
30 notable works the museum has acquired since the 1970s, representing a cross-section of artists who have made an impact on the contemporary Texas scene. See our news item for more info!
August 1 - September 19, 2014
This year's juror was Mark “Scrapdaddy” Bradford!