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San Antonio


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Saturday, February 13

Wednesday, February 17




Last Chance - December 10, 2015 through February 7, 2016

An exhibition featuring works by Kevin Box, Ernesto Ibañez, Javier Vanegas, and Dörte Weber. From the show's press release:"Every ordinary object that we deal with on a daily basis has the potential to be extraordinary. Sometimes a simple change in perspective is all we need to find beauty in our world. Other times it takes an artist - someone full of creativity and whimsy - to transform tired, seemingly boring materials into something magical. That transformation from the ordinary to the extraordinary epitomizes the work of each of the four artists selected for this exhibition."

Turn Your Face Toward The Sun

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

Last Chance - December 3, 2015 through February 7, 2016

An exhibition of works by Charlie Morris and Liz Rodda. The pieces in the show incorporate found elements and "explore contemporary assemblage, subculture iconographies and vernaculars, and themes of control, desire, anxiety, power, surveillance, and subversion."

Why is the Sky Blue?

Ruiz-Healy Art

Last Chance - November 18, 2015 through February 13, 2016

A group Exhibition featuring works by Jesse Amado, Laura Anderson Barbata, Cecilia Biagini, Nate Cassie, Aníbal Delgado, Hersúa, Cisco Jimenez, Magali Lara, Chuck Ramirez, Guillermo Santamarina, Hills Snyder, and Pilar Villela. The show "explores the gradual shift within the modern tradition of abstraction that was transformed by the peripheries in a corpus where various problems can be overwritten" and is curated by Octavio Avendano Trujillo, former Curator of Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City.

Sarah Sauer

Flax Studio

Last Chance - January 9 through February 13, 2016

An exhibition of ceramic and paper works by Sarah Sauer.



Last Chance - January 9 through February 13, 2016

An exhibition of works by Patricia Karr, Kurtis Karr, Pamela Studstill, and Bobbi Studstill.

Painting Can Be a Vampire

UTSA Art Gallery

January 13 through February 19, 2016

An exhibition curated by Christie Blizard and featuring works by Nate Cassie, Judy Rushin, & Levente Sulyok. The artists "metamorphose the orientation of the phenomenological body, conceptual furtiveness, and the picture plane as an event horizon of both matter and meaning. Through corporeal transformation, erasure and resurrection, invisibility and reflection, each artist finds his/her own way through the fertile connective tissues of painting and its others."Sounds more like zombies than vampires.

Christie Blizard: The Absorption of Meaning

Sala Diaz

January 22 through February 20, 2016

An exhibition of works by Christie Blizard. The show includes pieces from her unsolicited appearances on the Today show and Good Morning America, as well as give-away works and a live performance during the opening reception.


R Gallery

January 8 through February 21, 2016

An exhibition of work by local artists Albert Alvarez, Francisco Garcia, Christopher Montoya, and Jerry Villarreal.


Linda Pace Foundation

October 3, 2015 through February 27, 2016

An exhibition of works from the Foundation's collection of contemporary art. This exhibition is curated by Annette DiMeo Carlozzi, an independent curator and arts writer based in Austin, Texas, and features works by 17 different artists: Terry Adkins, Chiho Aoshima, Lynda Benglis, Anne Chu, Francesco Clemente, Tracey Emin, Teresita Fernández, Antony Gormley, Arturo Herrera, Jim Hodges, Byron Kim, Surasi Kusolwong, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Catherine Opie, Gabriel Orozco, Jorge Pardo, and Miwa Yanagi.

39th annual Segundo de Febrero Exhibit commemorating the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848

Centro Cultural Aztlan

February 2 through 29, 2016

An exhibition commemorating the 168th anniversary of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. Participating artists include: Lillie Baltazar, Graciela Barraza-Vega, Maria R. Chavez, Cindy Dire, Jose Esquivel, Sandra Estrada, Rosa Flores Fernandez, Oscar Galván Jr., Antonio Garcia, Juan J. Garza, Noe Garza, Sandra Gonzalez, Clemente Guzman, Jeffrey Hull, Art Koenig, Lupe “Spike” Muñoz, Alexandra Nelipa, Israel Rico, Raul Servín, Victor Tello, Javier Ramon Vasquez, Joe R. Villarreal, Stephanie Zapata and Dolores Zapata Murff.

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