Artists Looking at Art: Megan Solis

San Antonio


Saturday, August 26

Sunday, August 27


Stories Seldom Told: Less than Equal


Last Chance - July 7 through August 25, 2017

An exhibition presenting "artistic study of educational inequity in San Antonio and its effects on our youth. Stories Seldom Told: Less than Equal will provoke audiences to consider how young people are affected by issues such as: standardized testing, policing in schools, special education and unequal access to resources. "

Anthony Rundblade: Cloak Dagger Parallel Meridians

Hello Studio

Last Chance - July 6 through August 26, 2017

A show of new works by San Antonio-based artist Anthony Rundblade. "Through printmaking and collage, Rundblade extends the life of documented history to expose underlying and uneasy resonances with contemporary awareness."

Borrowed Whimsy

Clamp Light Studios

Last Chance - August 11 through 26, 2017

A show featuring works by Kimberly Rumfelt and Brianna M. Burnett, two of Clamp Light's founding members


Studio Fantomas

Last Chance - August 12 through 26, 2017

A show featuring works by Louie Chavez, Alyssa Danna, Elyse Grams, Barbara Minarro, and Alejandro Augustine Padilla. The exhibition "explores how a diverse group of artists utilize the toxic medium of Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) in their work."

Artists Looking at Art: Megan Solis

McNay Art Museum

Last Chance - August 7 through 26, 2017

"Megan Solis’ installations are populated with repurposed items including toys, clothing, and furniture from her adolescence which are used as the backdrop for performances exploring themes such as nostalgia, mental health, and destructive behavior."

Sabine Senft


Last Chance - May 25 through August 27, 2017

A show featuring works by San Antonio artist Sabine Senft.

Doerte Weber


Last Chance - May 25 through August 27, 2017

A show featuring works by San Antonio artist Doerte Weber. The artist uses old, traditional weaving patterns and attempts to recontextualize them by allowing viewers to interpret them.

Groovy: A Psychedelic Summer

McNay Art Museum

Last Chance - May 9 through August 27, 2017

A show of artworks exploring "color, pattern, and new technology during a time when contemporary art as we know it was in its infancy." Featuring works by Edna Andrade, Robert Gordy, and Joe Tilson and a video by June Paik and John Godfrey.


Ruiz-Healy Art

June 29 through September 2, 2017

A group exhibition curated by Hills Snyder and featuring works by Carlos Amorales, Fernando Andrade, Sarah Fox, Pedro Friedeberg, Nicolás Leiva and James Smolleck. "Interval invites a pause and a place to consider disparate connections, subtle changes, implied possibilities."

Elaine Pawlowicz: Altered States

Provenance Gallery

August 12 through September 2, 2017

A show of works by Dallas-based artist Elaine Pawlowicz. The exhibition features paintings of plants in a style that recalls that of magical realism: "space is flat with an idiosyncratic perspective, and with images that are swallowed up by neon colored fields"

International Artist-in-Residence Exhibition


July 13 through September 3, 2017

An exhibition featuring Artpace's summer artists-in-residence, curated by Yoshua Okón. The show features presentations from three artists: Christie Blizard (San Antonio, TX), Rolando Lopez (Aguascalientes, Mexico), and Kang Seung Lee (Los Angeles, CA).

Standing Out

Rockport Center for the Arts

August 5 through September 7, 2017

Rockport Center for the Arts' 33rd annual Merit Show. Featuring artists Sheila Gritte (Corpus Christi), George Ann Johnson (Huntsville), Joan Laughlin (Houston), Joyce McAdams (Edgewater, FL), Elena Rodriguez (Corpus Christi), and Rick Workman (Rockport).

Chris Sauter: Echo and Narcissus

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

June 1 through September 9, 2017

An exhibition of works by 2014-2015 Blue Star Contemporary Berlin Resident Chris Sauter. The pieces in the show, some of which are three-dimensional loudspeaker reliefs (speakers created out of paper) are inspired by Sauter's time in Germany.

Augmented Reality

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

June 1 through September 9, 2017

"Augmented Reality examines what impact the digital landscape has on our three-dimensional reality." The show features works by Susi Brister, Kris Pierce, Randy Bolton, Frank Benson, Nancy de Holl, and Yoonmi Nam.

Heaven and Hell: Salvation and Retribution in Pure Land Buddhism

San Antonio Museum of Art

June 16 through September 10, 2017

A show featuring paintings, sculpture, and decorative objects that explore the concepts of heaven and hell, ideas that are central to Pure Land Buddhism. From SAMA: "Heaven and Hell provides a dynamic and in-depth view of Pure Land Buddhism, highlighting the way different cultures adopted and adapted the faith."

Guy Woueté: Being Awake

Spellerberg Projects

August 12 through September 13, 2017

A show of videos by Antwerp and Douala-based artist Guy Woueté. In his works, Woueté "encompasses elements of social criticism and the questions of migration in the age of globalization; everyday life realities are his source of inspiration."Works being screened include:Next week, 2010, 4:00 D’ici là, 2015, 7:10 Volcano, 2008, 5:06 Echo Between, 2009, 5:13 After Walls, 2009, 3:50 La liste est longue, 2006-7, 2:26 Burka… (No, you have to ask the questions…), 2013, 3:15 Ouidah Return, 2007, 1:10

Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga

Radius Center

August 4 through November 3, 2017

A show of works by San Antonio-based artist Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga. The artist draws on her Kenyan heritage to create works that "contemporize traditional activities" she observed while growing up in Central Kenya.

Icons and Symbols of the Borderland

Centro de Artes

July 13 through December 17, 2017

An exhibition featuring 25 artists who create works informed by their relationships with the US/Mexico border. Artists in the show include: Ricky Armendáriz, Nanobah Becker, Antonio Castro, Mark Clark, David DeWitt, Socorro Diamonstein, Leticia Diaz, Gaspar Enríquez, Priscilla Garcia-Franzoni, Chris Grijalva-García, Wayne Hilton, Romy Sáenz Hawkins, Wopo Holup, Benito Huerta, Ilana Lapid, Lydia Limas, Cesar Martínez, Diana Molina, Delilah Montoya, Oscar Moya, José Rivera, Roberto Salas, Victoria Suescum, Miguel Valenzuela, and Andy Villarreal.

Blanco Sculpture Trail

Bindseil Park

April 29, 2017 through April 30, 2018

A sculpture trail organized by the Blanco Visitors Bureau and juried by Lee Ann Whatley. The trail features works by Peter Mangan, Danville Chadbourne, Cat Quintanilla, and Jeffie Brewer.

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