Ed Saavedra: Ain’t Necessarily So
July 26 - August 24, 2014
July 26 - August 24, 2014
Last Chance - July 5 through August 23, 2014
New works from Japanese native Stringer, based on excerpts from Miss Manners’ Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior.
June 4 through August 29, 2014
Works from the university collection, by 11 San Antonio artists.
July 10 through August 30, 2014
May 8 through August 31, 2014
A luminous, and color-saturated mural, using light as a primary medium.
July 19 through August 31, 2014
Works by recent SW School students. Shown: Victor Pagona
June 14 through September 7, 2014
If you can't make Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at London's Tate Modern this summer, head to San Antonio to enjoy more than eighty paintings, sculptures, and works on paper of Matisse's, drawn from the Cone Collection at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
April 18 through September 13, 2014
For the inaugural exhibition at Space, Executive Director Maura Reilly has co-curated, with Kelly O'Connor, an exhibition to highlight a selection of works from the Foundation's Permanent collection.
July 10 through September 14, 2014
July 11 through October 11, 2014
A group show exploring globalization and the notion of flatness, via artists of the Americas. (Psst: guys, somebody for sure a really long time ago proved that the earth is round, but, you know. We like flat screen TVs too.) Featuring works by Carlos Aires (Málaga, Spain), Mark Hogensen (San Antonio), Leigh Anne Lester (San Antonio), Rigoberto Luna (San Antonio), Cisco Merel (Panama City, Panama), Ann-Michele Morales (San Luis Potosí, Mexico), Ricardo Rendón (Mexico City), Ansen Seale (San Antonio), Xochi Solis (Austin) and Jason Villegas (Houston).
May 3 through October 24, 2014
A group exhibition featuring: Luis Valderas, Leigh Anne Lester, Carmen Oliver, Henry Cardenas, Luis M. Garza, Rex Hausmann, Henry Catenacci, Franco Mondini-Ruiz, Ana Fernandez, Luisa Wheeler, Pepe Serna and Lauren Browning. Exhibition Curator: Arturo Infante Almeida.
June 21 through November 3, 2014
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On Saturday, July 12, the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston hosted poets Kenneth Goldsmith and Christian Bök for a series of lectures and readings. Both Goldsmith […]