Here Be Monsters: Jon Langford, Reg Mombassa & Peter O’Doherty

Yard Dog Gallery

Last Chance - March 1 through April 20, 2014

Australian artists Mombassa and O’Doherty are best known for their work in the band Mental As Anything in the 1970’s & 80’s. For over three decades the brothers have exhibited in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia. This will be the first showing of their work in the US.  Yard Dog’s annual day party on March 15, will serve as an all-day opening. Dog Trumpet will perform at 2:00pm and Jon Langford & Skull Orchard will play at 5:00pm.

New Works by Miguel Aragon

Tiny Park

March 21 through April 26, 2014

This will be their last exhibition in the Navasota space and will include two large-scale works that are a continuation of Aragon’s series of hand-drilled portraits.

Group Hug!!!! The Eyes Got It! 2013 group show

Flex Space

April 11 through 26, 2014

A group exhibition of Eyes Got It! an art competition, featuring the Top Ten semi-finalists; Hollis Hammonds, Robert Jackson Harrington, Padaric Kolander, Tuan Phan, Katie Rose Pipkin, Kameron Richie, Enoch Rios, Rebecca Rothfus, and Claude van Lingen.  

Moon Trees: Erica Botkin

N Space at Nelsen Partners

March 26 through April 30, 2014

Botkin is in the middle of on-going documentary project featuring Moon Trees; trees grown from 500 seeds taken into orbit around the Moon by Stuart Roosa during the Apollo 14 mission in 1971

Michael Sieben: It Will All Happen Again

UT Visual Arts Center (VAC)

January 31 through May 10, 2014

Known for his work as a designer-illustrator for publications such as Vice and Thrasher, artist-in-residence Sieben embraces a nostalgia for adolescence. In this exhibition, his childhood fantasy of living under a skateboard ramp comes to life though sculptures, wall paintings, animation, and drawings.  

Converging Lines: Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt,

Blanton Museum of Art

February 23 through May 18, 2014

An exhibition focused on the close friendship between Hesse and LeWitt. Organized by Veronica Roberts, the Blanton’s curator of modern and contemporary art, the exhibition will feature approximately 50 works, including many that have not been publicly exhibited for decades.

Leslie Wilkes: Optic Verve

Women & Their Work

March 29 through May 18, 2014

Wilkes's geometric paintings are based on graphic design patterns from the 1960's. Her use of symmetrical arrangements and unexpected color combinations create simulations of kaleidoscopic Rorschach blots.

Spencer Fidler: Homage

Flatbed Press

March 21 through May 24, 2014

Fidler, who works primarily with the printmaking method of intaglio, or etching, to build complicated, rich works has been a featured artist with Flatbed since 1993.

Between Mountains and Sea: Arts of the Ancient Andes

Blanton Museum of Art

February 1 through August 17, 2014

The Blanton and the Department of Art and Art History at UTAustin, present a selection of objects about the lifestyle, technological achievements, and ideology of pre-Inka cultures featuring 80  works drawn mostly from the University’s collections with loans from the Dallas Museum of Art. Objects range from woven textiles to painted ceramic vessels and modeled effigies.

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