Julie Speed: Undertoad

West Texas


Today, October 9

Saturday, October 10

Sunday, October 11


Amplified Abstraction

El Paso Museum of Art

Last Chance - July 12 through October 11, 2015

An exhibition exploring the arresting power of abstraction, featuring a variety of works made between the 1960s and 2000s by artists including Sam Francis, Karel Appel, and Houston-based painters David Aylsworth and Brian Portman.

Chinati Weekend 2015

Chinati Foundation

Last Chance - October 9 through 11, 2015

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Julie Speed: Undertoad

Julie Speed Studio

Last Chance - October 9 through 11, 2015

An open studio by Marfa artist Julie Speed.

Black & White

Eugene Binder

September 18 through November 7, 2015

An exhibition of works that are executed in black and white. "The strength and individuality of each work by the 16 artists is the most immediate observation when viewing the exhibition. The theme, although remaining obvious, recedes quietly into the background, becoming barely discernible on the periphery, like white noise."

The Immaculate Conception

El Paso Museum of Art

July 10 through November 8, 2015

An exhibition featuring Francisco de Zurbarán’s 17th century painting of the Immaculate Conception and various depictions of Virgin Mary in nearly 19th century Mexican retablos.

Joseph Coniff: Stuff Like Air

RULE Gallery (Marfa)

October 9 through December 5, 2015

The debut opening of RULE Gallery in Marfa. The first exhibition consists of fabric pieces and works on paper by Joseph Coniff.

Modern Stone Totems

El Paso Museum of Art

July 10 through December 6, 2015

An exhibition assembling four totem-like modernist stone sculptures made between 1971 and 1990 by artists Leonardo Nierman, Ben Woitena, Jill Sablosky, and Jesús Moroles.


Inde / Jacobs

October 9, 2015 through January 9, 2016

An exhibition of works by Cecilia Vissers and Hadi Tabatabai.


Ballroom Marfa

September 25, 2015 through February 14, 2016

A group exhibition focusing on the "mammalian hand and the tools it touches, holds and uses." The exhibition looks at tools from early history to the present and questions how those tools have changed. Artists in the exhibition include Ed Atkins, Trisha Donnelly, Melvin Edwards, Cécile B. Evans, Jessie Flood-Paddock, Roger Hiorns, Sophie Jung, Lee Lozano, Marlie Mul, Damián Ortega, Charles Ray, Shimabuku, and Paul Thek.

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