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Dixie Friend-Gay: Evolution of Public Projects

Beeville Art Museum

Last Chance - January 24 through April 24, 2015

Houston-based artist Dixie Friend-Gay is best-known for her large-scale public installations. Proposal boards, preliminary drawings, and original paintings from several of her past and current projects provide an in-depth look at the process of creating public works for airports, metro stations, and public parks.

Margaret Craig: Ocean Harvest

REM gallery

Last Chance - March 7 through April 24, 2015

An exhibition of work by artist Margaret Craig, featuring her "Floater Orchid" made from plastic bottles. Having studied biology as well as art, Craig’s work contemplates our impacts on nature.

Cornelia White Swann: Fugitive Color I

French & Michigan

Last Chance - February 28 through April 25, 2015

The first in a two-part exhibition features works on paper by artist Cornelia White Swann using natural pigments made from herbs, flowers, fruits, vegetables, and other plants.

Jeff Gibbons and Gregory Ruppe

Epitome Institute

Last Chance - March 14 through April 25, 2015

A series of collaborations between artists Jeff Gibbons and Gregory Ruppe, “Necrotic Black Black Swimming Pool With A Heavy Mossy Surface Film” is inspired by the writings of Philip K. Dick, the Kübler-Ross model, ghosting, Henri Bergson’s concept of duration, and a grocery store lobster tank.

Artpace Artists Past and Hare & Hound Press


Last Chance - January 15 through April 26, 2015

Works by past Artpace artists, celebrating its long working relationship with the San Antonio-based Hare & Hound Press and the Linda Pace Foundation.

World War II in Photographs: Looking Back

McNay Art Museum

January 13 through May 10, 2015

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII, this exhibition of both iconic and lesser-known photographs of war efforts includes work by Margaret Bourke-White, Alfred Eisenstadt, and Carl Mydans, and features documentation of the “Monuments Men” who rescued art stolen by the Nazis.

Back From Berlin

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

March 5 through May 10, 2015

As part of Blue Star’s Berlin Residency Program, artists Ricky Armendariz, Vincent Valdez, Cathy Cunningham-Little, and Karen Mahaffy each lived and worked in Germany for three months. This exhibition features works made by each either during or since their residencies.

Rodin to Warhol: 60th Anniversary Gifts and Acquisitions

McNay Art Museum

February 18 through May 17, 2015

A diverse selection of art works–gifts and acquisitions that have helped to shape and expand the museum’s collection. Includes a range of paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, scene and costume designs, and decorative works–most of which have not previously been exhibited.

Regarding Ruscha

McNay Art Museum

January 21 through May 17, 2015

A number of contemporary San Antonio artists have created prints and drawings that speak to the lasting influence of artist Ed Ruscha, and perhaps relate directly to the Ruscha prints in the McNay collection.

Autumn Knight / Oscar Murillo / Henry Taylor


March 19 through May 17, 2015

An exhibition of new works by Spring 2015 artists-in-residence Autumn Knight (Houston, Texas), Henry Taylor (Los Angeles), and Oscar Murillo La Paila (Colombia/London), selected by this round’s guest curator, Cesar Garcia.

Felix D’eon: Amor Sin Fronteras

San Angel Folk Art

April 2 through May 31, 2015

The first Texas exhibition work by Mexico City artist Felix D’eon features paintings that celebrate gay and lesbian love by fantastically imagining situations in various historical contexts–Aztec civilization, Revolutionary era Mexico, and the American West.

Gestural Configurations

Roosevelt Library

April 15 through July 7, 2015

Octavia’s second annual pop-up art show in collaboration with curator Alice Carrington Foultz at the historic Roosevelt Library features the work Texas artist Sherry Owens, New York-based Japanese artist Kikuo Saito, and New Orleans artist Regina Scully.

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.

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