New Editions 2016-2017
June 16 - July 29, 2017
June 16 - July 29, 2017
6–9 pmJuly 22, 2017 | 6–9 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/07/11/sean-lopez-icon-suburbia-our-american-heaven-a-bridge-to-hades/ 22-07-2017 06:00:00 PM 22-07-2017 09:00:00 PM 11 Sean Lopez: Icon Suburbia: Our American Heaven (A Bridge to Hades) Sean Lopez: Icon Suburbia: Our American Heaven (A Bridge to Hades) 6–9 pm 718 Northwestern Avenue, Austin, Texas 78702 Originator Studios
The Austin Film Society Screening Room (AFS)
4:30–6 pmJuly 23, 2017 | 4:30–6 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/07/12/andrew-garrison-the-wilgus-stories/ 23-07-2017 04:30:00 PM 23-07-2017 06:00:00 PM 11 Andrew Garrison: THE WILGUS STORIES Andrew Garrison: THE WILGUS STORIES 4:30–6 pm 6406 N I-35 Suite 3100 , Austin, TX 78752 The Austin Film Society Screening Room (AFS)
The People's Gallery
6–8 pmThe thirteenth annual People's Gallery Exhibition. The show will feature more than 125 artworks created by Austin-area residents. July 28, 2017 | 6–8 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/02/14/2017-peoples-gallery-exhibition/ 28-07-2017 06:00:00 PM 28-07-2017 08:00:00 PM 11 2017 People’s Gallery Exhibition 2017 People’s Gallery Exhibition 6–8 pm 301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, Texas 78701 The People's Gallery
The Contemporary Austin (formerly AMOA-Arthouse) at Laguna Gloria
8–10 pmA film series featuring classic road films selected by artist Terry Allen in response to his sound sculpture Road Angel at Laguna Gloria. July 28, 2017 | 8–10 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/07/03/green-screen-film-series/ 28-07-2017 08:00:00 PM 28-07-2017 10:00:00 PM 11 Green Screen Film Series Green Screen Film Series 8–10 pm 3809 West 35th Street, Austin, TX 78703 The Contemporary Austin (formerly AMOA-Arthouse) at Laguna Gloria
Last Chance - June 17 through July 27, 2017
From the gallery: "In her exhibition, Where You End and I Begin, Laura Lit creates portraits that capture the likeness, specific expression, and telling moments of her subjects. This series of oil paintings uses chiaroscuro and realistic detail to establish attitude and anatomy. "
Last Chance - July 7 through 28, 2017
A film series featuring classic road films selected by artist Terry Allen in response to his sound sculpture Road Angel at Laguna Gloria.
Last Chance - June 3 through July 29, 2017
A show of works inspired by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. The eight artists in the exhibition were part of a small group of artists selected to create work at NASA during the James Webb Space Telescope Artist Event at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.Artists include: Joanna Barnum (Abingdon, MD) Erin Barry–Dutro (Baltimore, MD) Jedidiah Dore (New York, NY) Veronica Guzzardi (Los Angeles, CA) Hannah Larrabbee (Salem, MA) Joan Lok (Columbia, MD) Laddie Scott (Riverdale, MD) Cameron Stern (New York, NY)
Last Chance - June 16 through July 29, 2017
A show featuring etchings, woodcuts, lithographs, monotypes and monoprints that have been printed at the gallery over the past year. Artists include: Miguel A. Aragón, Charles Criner, Francisco Delgado, Margaret Garrett, Annalise Gratovich, Mary McCleary, Denny McCoy, Gareth Maguire, Peter Neal Nickel, Linda Ridgway, Bruce Lee Webb and Judy Youngblood.
Last Chance - May 19 through July 29, 2017
A show of prints by artist Sean Caulfield. The pieces in the exhibition explore how urbanization and industrial growth impacts the environment.
May 3 through August 11, 2017
Nobody’s Darling: Women and Representation brings together two exhibitions in the Christian-Green Gallery: Nobody’s Darling: New Works by Deborah Roberts and Askance Reply: Selections from the Brandywine Print Archive and the Christian-Green Collection.Based in Austin, Deborah Roberts has been engaging issues of beauty, race, and women’s bodies for the past twenty years. Askance Reply includes works by artists Elizabeth Catlett, Camille Billops, Faith Ringgold, Andrea Chung, and others.
June 10 through August 12, 2017
An exhibition featuring works by Los Outsiders members Michael Anthony Garciá, Roberto Jackson Harrington, and Hector Hernandez, and three collaborating artists, Jean-Sebastian Boncy, Lisette Chavez, and Mauro Martinez. The show will include mixed-media installations, manipulated photography and altered paintings.
July 20 through August 19, 2017
A show of works by Austin artist Carl Smith. The artist on his work: "My paintings are more like sketches. I use landscape as a template to explore larger themes in art because it’s such a basic and easy way to go about it. It’s also a thing I can return to over and over again threading a sense of consistency throughout the work."
April 2 through August 22, 2017
The first monographic museum survey of works by American painter Garth Weiser. Drawing on the cannon of abstract art, Weiser's recent paintings attempt to rebuke technology in that they are difficult to capture in a photograph.
April 2 through August 22, 2017
London-based artist Mark Lewis makes short, non-narrative films that closely consider the modern urban environment. The Contemporary Austin commissioned Lewis to create a new film that examines the city of Galveston, focusing on its architecture.
July 14 through August 22, 2017
YLA 22: ¡Ahora! is the twenty-second installment of the emerging Latinx artist exhibition series at the Mexic-Arte Museum. This year's show is curated by Alana Coates and features works by Nansi Guevara (Laredo, Texas), Daniela Cavazos Madrigal (Laredo, Texas), Mark Anthony Martinez (San Antonio, Texas), Michael Martinez (San Antonio, Texas), Paloma Mayorga (Austin, Texas), Andrei Rentería (Chihuahua City, Mexico/ Presidio, Texas), Ashley Mireles (San Antonio, Texas), and José Villalobos (El Paso, Texas).
June 3 through August 27, 2017
"In the projected video, FOLD (2010), a grid of twelve-by-eight frames captures the Indian-born, San Francisco-based artist Surabhi Saraf in jeans and a white shirt as she folds laundry on the couch. Through color, sound, repetition, fragmentation, and multiplication, Saraf turns a prosaic activity into a captivating visual and sonic experience."
July 14 through September 23, 2017
In this exhibition, Austin-based artist Sandeep Chandran depicts the epic tale of the divine prince Rama and the heroic rescue of his wife Sita and the many characters they encounter. The artist was inspired by ancient mural paintings on temple walls in Kerala, India. Chandran attempts to fuse this traditional style with visionary motifs, using a digital medium.
July 9 through October 1, 2017
An exhibition featuring Teresa Hubbard & Alexander Birchler's recent film Giant. In the film, "Hubbard and Birchler present a decaying movie set just outside of Marfa, Texas, left behind after the 1956 filming of Giant starring Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, and James Dean." The video is 30 minutes long and plays on a continuous loop throughout the day (starting at the top and half hours).
July 9 through October 15, 2017
An exhibition of 91 Indian paintings from the Edwin Binney 3rd Collection at the San Diego Museum of Art. Many of the images in the show are miniature illustrations of scenes from classic Indian and Persian texts.
November 25, 2016 through December 31, 2017
The Ransom Center will be displaying the painting Self-portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird (1940) by Frida Kahlo.
February 24, 2017 through January 1, 2018
The thirteenth annual People's Gallery Exhibition. The show will feature more than 125 artworks created by Austin-area residents.
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