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    Icons & Symbols of the Borderlands

    Mexic-Arte Museum

    Last Chance - September 17, 2016 through January 29, 2017

    An exhibition featuring works that embody "the landscape and cultural legacy of the U.S./Mexico borderland." The show is organized by the Juntos Art Association, curated by Diana Molina, and features works by:Richard Armendariz, Mark Clark, Antonio Castro, Socorro Diamondstein, Gaspar Enriquez, Mery Godigna Collet, Chris Grijalva-Garcia, Luis Gutierrez, Romy Saenz Hawkins, Wayne Hilton, Benito Huerta, Ilana Lapid w/ Priscilla Garcia, Lydia Limas, Cesar Martinez, Diana Molina, Delilah Montoya, Oscar Moya, Mia Rollow, Kent Rush, Victoria Suescum, and Miguel Valenzuela.

    Warhol By the Book

    Blanton Museum of Art

    Last Chance - October 16, 2016 through January 29, 2017

    Warhol By the Book is a comprehensive examination of Andy Warhol’s extensive work in books. The show will feature jacket covers, illustrations, drawings, screen prints, paintings, photographs, films, and several original books created over a five decade span of Warhol's career.

    Betelhem Makonnen: ኣለማየሁ : I saw the world

    Pump Project Art Complex

    December 9, 2016 through January 31, 2017

    "In ኣለማየሁ : I saw the world, Betelhem Makonnen investigates issues of estrangement, exile, racism and forced migration.  The starting impulse of all her works are questions that arise from her own experiences in relationship to history and the construction of archives." The show features photography, installations and video works.

    Jad & David Fair

    Yard Dog Gallery

    January 7 through 31, 2017

    An exhibition featuring Jad Fair's cutout paintings of album covers and David Fair's ghost paintings.

    Elaine I-Ling Shen & Alyssa Taylor Wendt: In the Absence of Ideal Conditions

    ICOSA Collective

    January 13 through February 11, 2017

    An exhibition of sculptures, video and installation between artists Elaine I-Ling Shen and Alyssa Taylor Wendt. "Using rudimentary materials and working together for the first time, their intuitive exploration into process, matter and time reveals themes of creation, existence, primordial beginnings, divination, deterioration and the notion of eternal recurrence."

    Orna Feinstein: Treetopia

    CAMIBAart

    January 13 through February 11, 2017

    A show of works by artist Orna Feinstein. This exhibition features works from three of the artist's ongoing series which explore optical tricks that play with the viewer's eye.

    Karen Kunc & Monika Mele

    Gallery Shoal Creek

    January 13 through February 18, 2017

    A show of relief prints by Karen Kunc and Monika Mele. "For Kunc, the natural world is where she finds inspiration; Meler draws on place, referencing memories of her childhood in Poland and her immigration to the U.S.  Strong visual imagery and technical fluency have brought each artist international recognition in printmaking."

    The Contemporary Print

    Flatbed Galleries

    January 10 through February 18, 2017

    A survey of contemporary printmaking. This exhibition is presented with PrintAustin.

    run-off , exhaust , and other pressures

    Big Medium

    January 20 through February 18, 2017

    "The contents of this show are the run-off of the human machine, the hand one degree removed. Contents under pressure are contained and used to propel. This is how a print is made." This exhibition is curated by Bennet Schlesinger and Kevin McNamee-Tweed and features works by:Kayla Guthrie Augustus Thompson Van Hanos Nik Plank Nick Gottlund Kandis Williams Claire Barrow

    Not Original To Its Location

    grayduck gallery

    January 21 through February 19, 2017

    "This exhibition brings together two photographers who dive into the human body through surgeries, implants and medical waste. Erin Neve uses her own experience with surgery to create her still lifes. Sarah Sudhoff explores the material that is discarded after an important history."

    Naissance

    Gallery 701

    November 18, 2016 through February 20, 2017

    An art exhibition curated by Philip Rogers.

    Sally Weber: Fractured

    Photo Méthode Gallery

    January 13 through February 24, 2017

    An exhibition of digital photographs by Sally Weber. From the gallery: "Weber converges still life with captures of movement to create a stunning world of deconstruction and flowing fragments."

    Monika Sosnowska: Habitat

    The Contemporary Austin

    November 22, 2016 through February 26, 2017

    "Taking her inspiration and material forms from Poland's Communist-era buildings of the 1960s and 1970s, Warsaw-based artist Monika Sosnowska has created an immersive, two-floor installation of dystopic domesticism, with many works commissioned specifically for the exhibition." This exhibition marks the reopening of The Contemporary Austin's Jones Center.

    Liz Rodda: Heat Loss

    Women & Their Work

    January 21 through March 2, 2017

    An exhibition of video works by Austin-based artist Liz Rodda. The pieces in the show source clips from YouTube and introduce voice-overs that attempt to "reframe the images presented on screen."

    Jay Bolotin: The Book of Only Enoch

    Flatbed Press

    January 13 through March 11, 2017

    An exhibition of 2o woodcut and relief etchings by artist Jay Bolotin. The works in the show tell the story of 'Only Enoch, a sensitive Jewish boy from Kentucky who is named after an apocryphal book left out of the Hebrew Bible whose protagonist “went to heaven and lived to tell the tale.”'

    Art Meets Activism: Llewellyn Xavier’s George Jackson Series

    The IDEA LAB at the Warfield Center

    January 17 through March 27, 2017

    An exhibition featuring artworks by Llewellyn Xavier. "Within this body of work, Xavier re-interprets the epistolary relationship he maintained with civil rights activist, and San Quentin and Soledad inmate, George Jackson. Photographs of Jackson, newspaper articles covering his wrongful death, surveillance stamps from the prison, handwritten envelopes, and excerpts from Jackson and Xavier’s letters have been used to create the silk screen prints and collages on view."

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