Jimmy James Canales: Para Chrome
October 6 - 29, 2017
October 6 - 29, 2017
The University Galleries at Texas State University | Joann Cole Mitte Building
5–6 pm<em>We Are a Camera</em> features the video work of Christina Patino Sukhgian Houle, Paulina Mendoza, and Aja Segapeli, all alumni of the School of Art and Design at Texas State University. The title refers both to the pervasive act of using a camera lens to mediate one’s experience of the world, and to the necessity for individuals to act collectively by using cameras to document and make public singular experiences of discrimination. October 23, 2017 | 5–6 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/10/12/we-are-a-camera/ 23-10-2017 05:00:00 PM 23-10-2017 06:00:00 PM 11 We Are a Camera We Are a Camera 5–6 pm 233 West Sessom Street, San Marcos, , Texas 78666 The University Galleries at Texas State University | Joann Cole Mitte Building
McNay Art Museum
10 am – 4 pm<em>Across Borders: Crosscurrents in American Art</em> "highlights common trends in the arts of Mexico and the U.S., from the social realism of Marion Greenwood and José Clemente Orozco, through the international modernism of Alice Mason and Gunther Gerszo, to the multifaceted world of contemporary art, in which successful artists such as photographer Graciela Iturbide are able to work and exhibit all over the world." October 24, 2017 | 10 am – 4 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/10/12/across-borders-crosscurrents-in-american-art/ 24-10-2017 10:00:00 AM 24-10-2017 04:00:00 PM 11 Across Borders: Crosscurrents in American Art Across Borders: Crosscurrents in American Art 10 am – 4 pm 6000 North New Braunfels, San Antonio, TX 78209 McNay Art Museum
1906 S Flores St.
7–10 pmOctober 27, 2017 | 7–10 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/10/16/nightmare-on-flores-street/ 27-10-2017 07:00:00 PM 27-10-2017 10:00:00 PM 11 Nightmare on Flores Street Nightmare on Flores Street 7–10 pm 1906 S Flores St., San Antonio, Texas 78204 1906 S Flores St.
Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center
12–6 pmOctober 28, 2017 | 12–6 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/10/12/dia-de-los-muertos-celebration-2/ 28-10-2017 12:00:00 PM 28-10-2017 06:00:00 PM 11 Día de los Muertos Celebration Día de los Muertos Celebration 12–6 pm 1300 Guadalupe St., San Antonio, TX 78207 Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center
6–11 pmAn exhibition featuring an immersive installation, video works, and a performance by artist Jimmy James Canales. The artist on his show: "<em>Para Chrome</em> focuses on augmented and absent bodies. Grids define a laboratory like space where armor, exoskeletons and customized packs are fashioned, where fragments are assembled, picked over, and pulled apart. Wearable sculptures, hanging with ominous inertness, are suspended in storage, waiting to be animated by human action. The sculptures reference space suit technology, cyborgs, and lowrider customization."The show is presented by Presa House and hosted by FL!GHT Gallery. October 28, 2017 | 6–11 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/09/26/jimmy-james-canales-para-chrome/ 28-10-2017 06:00:00 PM 28-10-2017 11:00:00 PM 11 Jimmy James Canales: Para Chrome Jimmy James Canales: Para Chrome 6–11 pm 134 Blue Star, San Antonio, TX 78204 FL!GHT
6–9 pm"<em>Persona</em> is a show focusing on how female artists project their idea of themselves through their work figuratively and metaphorically." The exhibition includes works by Elyse Grams, Kayla Littlefield, Anika Major, and Suzanne Miller. November 2, 2017 | 6–9 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/10/17/persona/ 02-11-2017 06:00:00 PM 02-11-2017 09:00:00 PM 11 Persona Persona 6–9 pm 116 Blue Star, San Antonio, Texas 78204 Corporate Gallery
6–9 pmA show of paintings and drawings by artist Jason Stout. The pieces in the exhibition deal with ideas of "conflict and turbulence, both domestic and abroad." November 4, 2017 | 6–9 pm Add to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2017/10/17/jason-stout-into-a-birdless-sky/ 04-11-2017 06:00:00 PM 04-11-2017 09:00:00 PM 11 Jason Stout: Into a Birdless Sky Jason Stout: Into a Birdless Sky 6–9 pm 219 East Park Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212 REM gallery
Last Chance - October 13 through 28, 2017
An exhibition curated by Jen Frost Smith. The show features works by Flor Ameira, John Dalton Atkins, Jose Balli, Sarah Castillo, Kaley Flowers, Sarah Fox, Brittany Ham, Barbara Miñarro, Lee Peterson, Jen Frost Smith, Jose Sotelo, Jayne Valverde, and Jose Villalobos.
Last Chance - October 6 through 29, 2017
An exhibition featuring an immersive installation, video works, and a performance by artist Jimmy James Canales. The artist on his show: "Para Chrome focuses on augmented and absent bodies. Grids define a laboratory like space where armor, exoskeletons and customized packs are fashioned, where fragments are assembled, picked over, and pulled apart. Wearable sculptures, hanging with ominous inertness, are suspended in storage, waiting to be animated by human action. The sculptures reference space suit technology, cyborgs, and lowrider customization."The show is presented by Presa House and hosted by FL!GHT Gallery.
October 14 through 31, 2017
A show curated by Rebel Mariposa and featuring works by Vanessa Quezada, Adi Ejekayani Suarez Reyes, and Iriany Itzel Lopez-Hernandez .
October 5 through November 3, 2017
A show featuring works by artist Daniela Cavazos Madrigal. From the gallery: "In response to the current anti-immigrant rhetoric, this work aims to speak against said oppression by reinterpreting the story of DACA recipient, Victoria Ruíz, whose journey across the border was nothing short of traumatic."
September 9 through November 4, 2017
A show of botanical photographs by artist Scott Martin. The works in the show are "printed with white ink on a dark background, suggesting both the experience of encountering an otherworldly landscape and the way living things create their own light."
October 14 through November 6, 2017
"Formerly Past Tense examines the intersection of art and craft by presenting artists currently working in experimental contemporary fibers. Each artist invites new approaches to traditional fiber processes that recognize scale, materiality, linear pliability and softness. Artists in this exhibition include Casey Galloway (San Antonio, TX), Amada Claire Miller (San Antonio, TX), Barbara Miñarro (San Antonio, TX), Abby Sherrill (Denton, TX), Michelle Thomas (Dallas, TX) and Katie Westmoreland (Brooklyn, NY)."
September 28 through November 10, 2017
A show featuring 700 kiln-fired ceramic plates illustrating the final meals of death row inmates. The artist Julie Green, who is a professor of art at Oregon State University, plans to add 50 plates a year until capital punishment is abolished in the United States.
July 27 through November 12, 2017
A show of paintings by Kristy Deetz. The works in the show are narrative-based and use "dark humor, visual puns, symbols, and metaphors, art historical references and cultural collisions to play with pictorial and formal construction."
September 14 through November 12, 2017
"San Antonio artist Buster Graybill utilizes sculpture, installation, video and photography to traverse and reconnect with often overlooked places found in the rural landscape. Harvesting memories, stories, language, and objects from the rich cultural geography of rural America, Graybill’s work is informed by the subtle shifts and rapid changes that are occurring in the landscape as urban sprawl continues to consume and displace both nature and culture."
September 14 through November 12, 2017
"In his photographic works, Chris Engman examines the most fundamental of issues related to the human condition: the inexplicable fact of our existence, the ungraspable experience of time, and the illusive and unknowable nature of reality. In so doing, he calls attention to the gulf that exists between how we see and how we think we see; how we think and how we think we think; and the inconstant and constructed nature of memory."
October 23 through November 17, 2017
We Are a Camera features the video work of Christina Patino Sukhgian Houle, Paulina Mendoza, and Aja Segapeli, all alumni of the School of Art and Design at Texas State University. The title refers both to the pervasive act of using a camera lens to mediate one’s experience of the world, and to the necessity for individuals to act collectively by using cameras to document and make public singular experiences of discrimination.
October 14 through November 18, 2017
"The exhibition Care, A Performance uses choreography as a lens to think through mobility, disability, debility, illness and institutional access in work made by artists with disabilities. The exhibition expands ideas of physical mobility to include navigating social spaces and political forums, positing how the disabled body might maneuver differently through institutions that are themselves disabling."The show is curated by Risa Puleo and features works by Valentina Desideri (Amsterdam), Pepe Espaliú (Córdoba 1955-1993), Ben Gould (New York City), Stuart Horodner (Lexington), Carolyn Lazard (Philadelphia), Jaimes Mayhew (Baltimore), Park McArthur (New York City), Lynne McCabe (Houston), Carmen Papalia (Vancouver), Harriet Sanderson (Seattle), Sarah Sudhoff (Houston), Constantina Zavitsanos (Brooklyn).
September 28 through November 19, 2017
Birds in Art is an internationally curated exhibit organized by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, in Wausau, Wisconsin. The show was originally scheduled for the Rockport Center for the Arts, but due to Hurricane Harvey, is instead being held at the Art Museum of South Texas.
September 1 through November 26, 2017
An exhibition exploring the museum's "ancient Roman portrait depicting Antinous, the beautiful youth beloved by the emperor Hadrian."
September 15 through December 5, 2017
A show featuring invited artists of Mexican-American heritage. Participating artists include Cande Aguilar, Jorge Alegria, Fernando Andrade, Jerry Cobarruvias, Amorette V. Garza, Sandra Gonzalez, Nola Guajardo, Ben Herrera, Gerald Lopez, Jimmy Pena, Joe Pena, Rolando Reyna, Ricardo Ruiz, Mauricio Saenz, Ashley Thomas, Nora Verdin and Mayra Zamora.
September 11 through December 15, 2017
A show of landscape paintings by Austin-based artist Jeri Salter.
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.
February 23 through December 31, 2017
An exhibition of sculptures by Mountain Springs, Texas-based artist George Tobolowsky. Created from found objects and castoff pieces of metal, the works are created to fit together like pieces of a puzzle.
September 21 through December 31, 2017
"LIFT focuses on the kite as an artistic vehicle. The exhibition includes the work of 28 artists from around the world, including 12 San Antonio artists." The exhibition is curated and produced by Bridge Projects, and Artpace San Antonio.San Antonio artists include: Richard Armendariz Justin Boyd James Canales Megan Harrison Jennifer Khoshbin Ashley Mireles Ansen Seale Molly Sherman Hiromi Stringer Ryan Takaba Holly Veselka Jason Willome
September 28 through December 31, 2017
A show of character puppets and set pieces from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.
September 22 through December 31, 2017
"This exhibition, from the Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles, California includes work from 17 artists that explore the intersection of art and technology. These artists are masters of different types of digital techniques, such as compositing highly layered imagery, working in 3D and lenticular imaging, meticulously stitching together images, using lighting in highly inventive ways, and much more."
October 6 through December 31, 2017
A show featuring thirty-one photographs from Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' series The Latino List. For more information on the works, please go here.
October 5, 2017 through January 7, 2018
"This exhibition focuses on under-observed examples of two South American government’s effects on place and people." The show includes works by Gissette Padilla, an artist who immigrated to the US from Venezuela, and Paula Luttringer, an Argentinian photographer who was kidnapped and held in a secret detention center in 1977.
September 14, 2017 through January 14, 2018
A survey of works by San Antonio artist Chuck Ramirez (1962-2010). "Ramirez’s large-scale photographs of everyday objects offer a humorous yet poignant perspective on our culture of consumption and waste, and the reality of fleeting life and mortality. Ramirez was inspired by opposing themes—life/death and humor/despair—and incorporates hints of his work as a graphic designer at Texas supermarket giant HEB." His work also draws on his personal narrative, including his San Antonio upbringing, Mexican-American heritage, and his HIV status.
September 14, 2017 through January 14, 2018
A show featuring works from Francisco Goya’s series Los desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War), José Clemente Orozco's images of the Mexican Revolution, and Ben Shahn's works from This Is Nazi Brutality.
October 5, 2017 through January 21, 2018
"Home Bodies features artists whose practice and work are informed by and melded with family life. Through differing approaches the 11 artists explore our shared experiences as mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, siblings, and protectors." The show includes works by Ivonne Acero, Lenka Clayton, Catherine Colangelo, Karina Etcheverry Roberto, Casey Arguelles Gregory, Las Hermanas Iglesias, Courtney Kessel, Hillerbrand+Magsamen, and Barry Stone.
October 5, 2017 through January 21, 2018
A show featuring works by Arianna Canon, Lulu Castillo, Gabriella Fleming, Laura Gonzalez, Rachel Kamata, Raul Lopez, Bella Sierra Martinez, Elisie Martinez, Jaylah Martinez, Luis Mejia, Madison Muñoz, Zoe Palacios, Zoe Reyes, Joey Rivera, Victoria Rodriguez, Elizabeth Samuel, Joslyn Sandoval, and and Roma Sandoval.
September 8, 2017 through January 27, 2018
A show featuring works from the Linda Pace Foundation's collection of contemporary art. The exhibition includes works by Chuck Ramirez, Hills Snyder, Frances Stark, Diana Thater and Cheyney Thompson. Rivane Neuenschwander’s room sized installation Secondary Stories will remain on view.
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