La Habana Outtakes

San Antonio


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Liz Shepherd


May 12 through August 28, 2016

An installation by sculptor and printmaker Liz Shepherd.

Ramin Samandari: Faces of Artpae


June 9 through August 28, 2016

An exhibition featuring "56 photographic portraits, representing a select group of former Artpace artists-in-residence, exhibiting artists, staff and more, all who helped shape Artpace into the dynamic organization it is today."

Andrea Reyes: Momento

Provenance Gallery

August 13 through 28, 2016

An exhibition of works by San Antonio-based artist Andrea Reyes. "Reyes’ paintings appeal to the sense of touch through her use of different mediums to create actual physical texture. They are three-dimensional paintings with an interest in shape, a variation of tonality, and color."

Yuliya Lanina: Not A Sad Tale

Haus Collective

Last Chance - June 11 through September 2, 2016

An exhibition of paintings, mechanical sculptures, and animations by Yuliya Lanina. The artist on their work: "Once engaged, the viewer often finds evocations of the dark matter that is the underbelly of human existence - issues of loss, abuse, and death, striking a primordial balance."

Highest Heaven: Spanish and Portuguese Colonial Art from the Collection of Roberta and Richard Huber

San Antonio Museum of Art

Last Chance - June 11 through September 4, 2016

"Highest Heaven highlights the role of art in the establishment of new city centers in the Spanish Empire, and the propagation of the Christian faith among indigenous peoples." The show features paintings, sculpture, furniture, ivories and silverworks created in the territories of the Spanish and Portuguese empires.

JD Morera: Infinite Realm of Abstraction

Bihl Haus Arts

August 27 through September 24, 2016

An exhibition of abtract works by JD Morera. The paintings in the show reference landscapes and city views in an attempt "to reveal the infinite realm of abstraction."

Jenelle Esparza

The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center

August 12 through October 8, 2016

An exhibition of works by Jenelle Esparza. The show uses photography and sculpture to explore "cotton production and the predominately Latino labor force in cotton manufacturing along the US/ Mexico border."

Thomas Cummins: Broken Lens

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

August 4 through October 9, 2016

An exhibition of works by winter 2015 Blue Star Contemporary Berlin Resident Thomas Cummins. Cummins on his work: "By framing the self within architecture, I ultimately explore how individuals begin to define themselves throughout surrounding social structures."Note: this show is held at Blue Star's temporary location at 112 Blue Star.

Kirsten Reynolds: Splitsplice

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

August 4 through October 9, 2016

An exhibition of works by Newmarket, New Hampshire-based artist Kirsten Reynolds. In her work, Reynolds uses humor centered around architecture and language to undermine the seriousness usually associated with her subjects.Note: this show is held at Blue Star's temporary location at 112 Blue Star.

Sabine Senft: Borderland


August 25 through October 9, 2016

An exhibition of sculpture, paintings and photographs by Sabine Senft. In their work, the artist uses their experience as a child in 1980s Germany as an entry point to explore the "harsh realities faced by immigrants at the US/Mexico border."

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