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Kira Lynn Harris: Glittering Dystopias

Women & Their Work

Last Chance - July 11 through August 29, 2015

An exhibition of new, site specific drawings and installations by New York-based artist Kira Lynn Harris examining visual representations of the city in contemporary culture.

From Mountains To Sea


Last Chance - July 25 through August 29, 2015

A group exhibition of work exploring the physical and biological impacts of a changing climate on our planet and its ecosystems. Includes work by artists Adrian Aguilera, Regina Allen, W. Benjamin Bray, W. Emily Bryant, Adam Fung, Melissa H. Gillespie, Calder Kamin, Cathryn Rowe, Jenny Rock, Katie Ryan, Sharon Wegner-Larsen, and Ele Willoughby.


Co-Lab Projects

Last Chance - August 8 through 29, 2015

A three-part pop-up exhibition: “Labile Affect” (Natalie Bradford, Whitney Hill, Tsz Kam, and Kate Wilson); “Peels” (Kayla Jones and Lillian Byrd); and “You Are When You Sleep” (Brittany Reeber with collaborators Lucy Kerr, Jen Rachid, Carmen Hilbert, Aaron Berecka, and Matt Sledge).

Robert Therrien

The Contemporary Austin

Last Chance - May 8 through August 30, 2015

An exhibition of Los Angeles–based artist Robert Therrien’s large-scale, illusory sculptures inspired by daily, domestic life–including both existing and brand new work.

154 Square Inches

Link & Pin

Last Chance - July 31 through August 31, 2015

A juried exhibition featuring over 20 local artists and more than 100 small works. Presented by the Creative Arts Society Austin, TX.


Northern-Southern LLC

July 31 through September 5, 2015

A group exhibition featuring art and design work by David R Head Jr., Dax Norman, Karen Gelardi, Michelle Marchesseault, Mike Reddy, Phillip Niemeyer, Rachel Freeman, Sibelle Yuksek (whose work is pictured), and Transmountain.

Shawn Camp: Aphotic Zone

Northern-Southern LLC

July 31 through September 5, 2015

An exhibition of artist Shawn Camp's backlit paintings in a black gallery with light cycling from dim to total darkness. The title refers to the depth of the ocean at which sunlight is no longer visible.

2015 Hotbox Residency

Mass Gallery

August 10 through September 7, 2015

A summer residency program where the gallery is turned into a working studio space. The two artists, Josh House and Rachel Simone Weil, are both Austin-based and will be able to engage with the Austin community throughout the residency.



July 17 through September 11, 2015

A group exhibition featuring works by artists Larry Akers, Jonathan Clark, Robert Jason Cross and Dameon Lester.

Bob Hunt and Cindi Wright

ART on 5th

August 15 through September 12, 2015

A two-person exhibition featuring Bob Hunt and Cindi Wright, two Texas-based abstract expressionist painters. Focusing on the process of painting and the emotions evoked by free-flowing colors and brushwork, the painters have each developed a unique style of abstraction that evoke strong emotions in their viewers.

The Only Knowledge Worth Possessing

grayduck gallery

August 14 through September 13, 2015

An exhibition with works by nine artists who participated in The Contemporary Austin's Crit Group 2015 program. This show includes work in all media and explores the notions of authorship, the surveillance of bodies, and the politics of digital processes.

Shifting Currents

Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University

August 11 through September 20, 2015

An exhibition of works by Bonnie Stahlecker and David Morrison. This husband and wife duo brings together printmaking, bookbinding, and drawing to create delicate, intricate sculptures and drawings.

Terra Chroma

Davis Gallery

August 15 through September 26, 2015

An exhibition of work by Denise M. Fulton and Mark Nesmith that focuses on the rendering of landscapes and how individual style affects the moods landscapes convey.

Samantha Parker Salazar: Retrofit

Georgetown Art Center

August 21 through September 27, 2015

A solo exhibition of paper sculptures by Samantha Parker Salazar. The sculptures utilize various forms of printmaking as their medium. Through the creation of new work and the manipulation of older pieces, Salazar retrofitts the idea of the print as a multiple.

Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm

Blanton Museum of Art

July 11 through November 15, 2015

An exhibition of more than 30 gouache and pastel drawings by artist Natalie Frank, a New York-based Austin native. Frank has created feminist reimaginings of both the most famous and obscure of the 19th-century fairy tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.

Recents Posts

Top Five August 27, 2015

Top Five August 27, 2015

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American Buffalo

American Buffalo

The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum is up in Canyon, Texas, just beneath Amarillo, and it’s a state treasure. Partly so in its unabashed sentimentality for its […]

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