San Antonio


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Saturday, September 5

Wednesday, September 9

Thursday, September 10


Christian Marclay: Guitar Drag


Last Chance - May 28 through August 30, 2015

"During his 1999 Artpace residency Marclay created Guitar Drag, a 14-minute video depicting a pickup truck dragging an amplified, electric guitar tied by a rope across a Texas roadway to its aggressive destruction. This performance piece was created partly in response to the 1998 murder of 49-year-old James Byrd, Jr. of Jasper, TX by three white supremacists. Sixteen years after its initial making, Artpace will proudly present the completed version of Marclay’s film."

Seditious Industrial Complex™ Licensing Office

Sala Diaz

Last Chance - July 31 through August 30, 2015

An exhibition by the Seditious Industrial Complex (SIC), a multinational entity specializing in the methodical organization and repackaging of complex seditions into bite-size chunks. Their licensing experts will be offering intensive presentations on July 31st and August 7th (6-9PM). “If you've made a decision...can you really afford not to have intellectual property law on your side?”

Sarah Fox: Lullaby

Hello Studio

Last Chance - August 6 through 31, 2015

An exhibition of work by artist Sarah Fox that caresses and manipulates the intimate, vulnerable and flawed taboos surrounding singular definitions of normality.

Kimberly Garza: y Su Veladora

3rd Space Art Gallery

Last Chance - August 8 through 31, 2015

An exhibition featuring a series of acrylic paintings by San Antonio artist Kimberly Garza–the result of her own experimental ethnographic analysis of public art and the iconic image of the Virgen de Guadalupe.

Lesley Dill: Performance as Art

McNay Art Museum

June 10 through September 6, 2015

An exhibition focuses on the performance work of New York-based artist Lesley Dill, bringing together costumes, ephemera, photographs, and video projections from more than two decades.

Alejandro Diaz: It Takes a Village

Linda Pace Foundation

April 18 through September 12, 2015

An exhibition of sculptures, paintings, hand-woven tapestry, and a new site-specific installation by New York-based artist Alejandro Diaz. Having grown up in San Antonio, much of Diaz’ work is influenced by elements of Mexican/Texan cultures.

Hill Country Surrealism

Kerr Arts & Cultural Center

August 27 through September 20, 2015

An exhibition of paintings by Steve Pietzsch. The paintings reinterpret Hill Country themes and promote a new sense of looking at the world.

At the Edge

Kerr Arts & Cultural Center

August 27 through September 20, 2015

An exhibition of works by Judy Surles, Marsha Mefferd, Jeanne Heise and Debby Jascur.

Artists Looking at Art: Christie Blizard

McNay Art Museum

August 13 through September 30, 2015

An exhibition/lecture by Christie Blizard, a San Antonio based artist. Blizard's recent work has focused on popular culture, specifically, pop-up guerrilla performances where they hold up paintings in the crowd of the Today show and Good Morning America. These gestures aim to disrupt the typical flow of televised entertainment.


Kerr Arts & Cultural Center

August 27 through October 1, 2015

An exhibition of works submitted by members to the Hill Country Camera Club Photography Competition.

25 Veinticinco

UTSA downtown art gallery

August 6 through October 12, 2015

An exhibition of a suite of twenty-five prints, each by a different Latino/Latina artist. The artists within the exhibition worked with a Master Printer at UTSA's art department. The exhibition is curated by Dr. Ricardo Romo, Kent Rush and Arturo Infante Almeida and features work by Ricky Armendariz, Sam Coronado, Richard Duardo, and Cesar Martinez, among others.

Miguel Covarrubias: Culture and Caricature

San Antonio Museum of Art

July 18 through October 18, 2015

An exhibition of over 140 works by Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias. Working as a painter, caricaturist, writer, cartographer, and illustrator, Covarrubias was awarded two Guggenheim Fellowships to produce ethnographical works. This exhibition brings together pieces from the museum's collection, the Library of Congress, the Harry Ransom Center, and Yale University.

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