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Thursday,  1.18.18

Friday,  1.19.18

Opening

Proxemics

Friday,  1.19.18   |   7–10 pm
Proxemics is an exhibition featuring works by six artists "who wield the human body as a tool for communication through character creation, distortion, and documentation," including Ben Aqua (Austin, TX), Felipe Baeza (Brooklyn, NY), Xavier Schipani (Austin, TX), Silky Shoemaker (Oakland, CA), riel Sturchio (Austin, TX), and Jaimie Warren (Brooklyn, NY).
Austin  |  Mass Gallery
Opening

xoxo

Friday,  1.19.18   |   7–10 pm
An exhibition featuring works by MATERIAL GIRLS, a female-identifying collective of sculptors and digital artists formed in 2016. For this show, each of the collective's six members invited another artist to participate by creating her own interpretation of a vessel. Artists in the show include:Bárbara Cartier Cameron Coffman Cara Chan Devra Freelander Hilliary Gabryel Sydni Gause Emily Hartley-Skudder E.M. Joseph Claire Lachow Gracelee Lawrence Anne Rogers Rachael Starbuck
Opening

Kowboyz & Monsters

Friday,  1.19.18   |   7–10 pm
An exhibition featuring collaborative prints by Carlos Hernandez and The Amazing Hancock Brothers.
Austin  |  Modern Rocks Gallery

Saturday,  1.20.18

Workshop

Saturday Morning Drawing Salon

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   10 am – 12 pm
An open drawing event hosted by the Elisabet Ney Museum. Each session will be hosted by one of the museum's educators, and all of the required materials will be provided.
Austin  |  Elisabet Ney Museum
Opening

ROUX

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition featuring works by members of the ROUX artist collective: Ann “Sole Sister” Johnson, Rabéa Ballin, Delita Martin and Lovie Olivia.
Austin  |  Prizer Gallery
Opening

Silas Breaux: Misremembrance

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition featuring prints by artist Silas Breaux. Breaux's works are inspired by the relationship between natural and built environments.
Austin  |  Slugfest
Opening

The Contemporary Print 2018

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   6–8 pm
The Contemporary Print 2018 is a group exhibition featuring works by contemporary printmakers. This year's show was juried by Paul Laidler. Artists include Diana Behl, Myles Calvert, Lauren Cardenas, Jonas Criscoe, Dylan DeWitt, Justin Diggle, Orna Feinstein, Justyne Fischer, Juan Garcia, Logan Hill, Mark Hosford, Ross Hutchinson, James Janecek, Ann Marie Kennedy, Haley Lauw, Colin Lyons, Kate MacNeil, Nathan Meltz, Kristin Powers Nowlin, Sumi Perera, Alan Pocaro, Nicole Polonsky, Kasey Rameriz, Allison Rosh, Lilah Shepherd, Angela Sneider, Ryan Standfest, Eszter Sziksz, Anna Trojanowska, and Art Werger.
Opening

Dev Harlan & Laura Lit: AFTER IMAGES

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   6–9:30 pm
An exhibition featuring works by artists Dev Harlan and Laura Lit. In his works, Harlan explores the line between digital projection and physical minerals, and Lit creates realist figurative paintings.
Austin  |  Northern-Southern LLC
Opening

Gail Chovan: No Trace of Now Will Remain

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   7–9 pm
"Inspired by the writings of Rimbaud and Victorian mourning attire, Gail Chovan gives exaggerated form to the long deceased by adorning apparitions in hyper-stylized garments and accessories from the past. In the exhibition, Chovan uses fragments and fabrication to enshroud memories, gives form to absence and celebrates remnants as potent vehicles for resuscitation."
Austin  |  Women & Their Work
Opening

In Depth

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   7–9 pm
In Depth is a group exhibition featuring works exploring the concept of space.
Austin  |  Davis Gallery
Opening

Nick Butcher & Nadine Nakanishi: Café Avatar

Saturday,  1.20.18   |   7–10 pm
An exhibition of collaborative works by Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi. The pieces in the show use industrial materials along with various printmaking techniques to explore the disconnect between digital and physical spaces.
Austin  |  grayduck gallery

Sunday,  1.21.18

Artist talk

ROUX

Sunday,  1.21.18   |   2–3 pm
An exhibition featuring works by members of the ROUX artist collective: Ann “Sole Sister” Johnson, Rabéa Ballin, Delita Martin and Lovie Olivia.
Austin  |  Prizer Gallery
Opening

Joey Fauerso & Neil Fauerso: Dig Three Tunnels

Sunday,  1.21.18   |   4–6 pm
Dig Three Tunnels is an exhibition of new paintings and constructions by artist Joey Fauerso. The pieces in this exhibition draw from the histories of 19th-century utopian communities, the writings of Walter Benjamin, and early American radio plays. Fauerso’s work will be accompanied by poems and essays written by Neil Fauerso.
Austin  |  Testsite

Friday,  1.26.18

Opening

Desert Triangle Print Carpeta

Friday,  1.26.18   |   6–9 pm
Desert Triangle Print Carpeta features serigraphs, relief prints and lithographs by artists based primarily in El Paso, Albuquerque and Tucson. This exhibition is part of PrintAustin and includes works by:Pavel Acevedo Jesus "Cimi" Alvarado Chris Bardey Christina Cardenas Nanibah Chacon Mark Christian Michael Contreras Francisco Delgado Gonzalo Espinosa Rudy Flores Manuel Guerra Jellyfish Collectivo Krrrl Los Dos Joe Marshall Raul Monarrez Henry Morales Lauren Moran Ruben Urrea Moreno Victor Muheddine Tino Ortega Zeke Peña Matthew Poe Martin Quintanilla Tim Razo Tanya Rich Rogo Federico Villalba Mykl Wells Yorch
Austin  |  Mexic-Arte Museum
Opening

Just Press Print

Friday,  1.26.18   |   6–8 pm
"Just Press Print is an international, traveling group exhibition that explores the introduction of 21st century technologies within the discipline of printmaking." The show is curated by Dr. Paul Laidler, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Fine Art Print Research at the University of the West of England, and includes works by:Carolyn Blunt Stanley Donwood Richard Falle Paul Laidler Roy Voss Andrew Super Sebastian Schramm Arthur Buxton Paul Coldwell Gordon Cheun
Opening

The Codex Borgia

Friday,  1.26.18   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition featuring a hand-painted replica of The Codex Borgia, a pre-Hispanic Aztec painted manuscript. This piece is the result of a decades-long project by artist Richard Lee Gutherie with Gisele Diaz and Alan Rodgers.
Opening

I Think We Meet Here

Friday,  1.26.18   |   6–8 pm
I Think We Meet Here features works by three artists currently participating in the Core Residency Program at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston: Yue Nakayama, Shana Hoehn, and Felipe Steinberg. The three artists "are engaged in a search — for freelance animators, participants on dating/meeting platforms and monsters. Their videos explore the relationships that emerge as a result of their searches."

Saturday,  1.27.18

Workshop

Saturday Morning Drawing Salon

Saturday,  1.27.18   |   10 am – 12 pm
An open drawing event hosted by the Elisabet Ney Museum. Each session will be hosted by one of the museum's educators, and all of the required materials will be provided.
Austin  |  Elisabet Ney Museum

Thursday,  2.1.18

On View

Rodney McMillian

Thursday,  2.1.18   |   11 am – 7 pm
An exhibition featuring works by Rodney McMillian, the winner of The Contemporary Austin's inaugural Suzanne Deal Booth Art Prize. McMillian's works deal with themes of social and political history, the body, abstractions and architecture. Along with McMillian's other pieces, the show will feature a new video work by the artist, commissioned by The Contemporary Austin.

Saturday,  2.3.18

Artist talk

Zoë Shulman: The Allegory of Good and Bad Government

Saturday,  2.3.18   |   1–3 pm
In The Allegory of Good and Bad Government, artist Zoë Shulman uses "elaborate geometric symbols to express the virtues and vices of government." The pieces translate Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s medieval fresco Good and Bad Government into geometric symbols that reflect on the morality of America's political system.
Austin  |  CAMIBAart

Saturday,  2.10.18

Reading

ROUX

Saturday,  2.10.18   |   3–4 pm
An exhibition featuring works by members of the ROUX artist collective: Ann “Sole Sister” Johnson, Rabéa Ballin, Delita Martin and Lovie Olivia.
Austin  |  Prizer Gallery

Thursday,  2.15.18

Workshop

ROUX

Thursday,  2.15.18   |   9–11 am
An exhibition featuring works by members of the ROUX artist collective: Ann “Sole Sister” Johnson, Rabéa Ballin, Delita Martin and Lovie Olivia.
Austin  |  Prizer Gallery

Saturday,  7.14.18

On View

Vincent Valdez: The City

Saturday,  7.14.18   |   11 am – 5 pm
A show of Vincent Valdez's two The City paintings. The works were recently acquired by the Blanton. For more information, go here.
Austin  |  Blanton Museum of Art

Erika Huddleston: Waco Creek: Static/Dynamic Urban Wilderness

November 18, 2017 through January 21, 2018
A show of paintings by Dallas and Austin-based artist Erika Huddleston. For this show, the artist spent time painting en plein air in Waco, depicting the city's waterways and natural features.This exhibition is co-presented by the Mayborn Museum and the Art Center of Waco.
Waco |  Mayborn Museum

Artifacts of Human Trafficking

January 5 through 21, 2018
Artifacts of Human Trafficking is an installation created by Austin artist Amie Stone King. The show also includes juried, 2-D mixed media works from artists around the world that address themes of desperation, isolation and deceit.
AUSTIN |  Link & Pin

Type Hike

October 5, 2017 through January 27, 2018
"An exhibition of posters designed by Type Hike: a collaborative nonprofit design project that supports the outdoors through typography. Created by David Rygiol and James Louis Walker, the project began in August of 2016 with a series of 60 designs celebrating the National Park Service Centennial. It now includes 3 unique series, focusing on national shorelines and recreation areas as well as endangered animals."

Juan Luis Jardí

January 6 through 27, 2018
An exhibition of paintings by Barcelona-based artist Juan Luis Jardí. "A mix of magic realism with certain influences of Pop Art and surrealism, Jardí's figures and themes illustrate the contrast is our lives and the doubts we are faced with as humans."

Saturday Morning Drawing Salon

January 6 through 27, 2018
An open drawing event hosted by the Elisabet Ney Museum. Each session will be hosted by one of the museum's educators, and all of the required materials will be provided.
Austin |  Elisabet Ney Museum

2018 Backdoor Biennial: BornAgain

January 6 through 28, 2018
BornAgain is an exhibition featuring works by the Austin based collective H I X. It is also the inaugural exhibition of Dirty Dark Place, an exhibition space located in the Kyle Flea Market. Dirty Dark Place is open Saturday and Sunday from 9AM-5PM and by appointment.

Andrew Blanchard & Jonas Criscoe: Call & Respond

January 13 through February 3, 2018
"Taking inspiration from the musical form of “call and response”, Blanchard and Criscoe utilize imagery through the lens of printmaking to construct works that skew the context and meaning of the original. Employing the use of appropriated imagery, back road photography and reclaimed materials, both artists impart a sense of history and nostalgia through the surfaces of their works while simultaneously mirroring our hyper visual world."
Austin |  ICOSA Collective

Zoë Shulman: The Allegory of Good and Bad Government

January 12 through February 10, 2018
In The Allegory of Good and Bad Government, artist Zoë Shulman uses "elaborate geometric symbols to express the virtues and vices of government." The pieces translate Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s medieval fresco Good and Bad Government into geometric symbols that reflect on the morality of America's political system.
Austin |  CAMIBAart

Karina Noel Hean: Strata

January 12 through February 17, 2018
An exhibition of prints and drawings by New Mexico-based artist Karina Noel Hean. The pieces in the show explore concepts of landscape and how the concept of place is impacted by time, memory, and mark making.
Austin |  Gallery Shoal Creek

Dana Younger: NO

January 11 through February 17, 2018
From the gallery: "With his explorations of figurative work, Dana Younger attempts to answer societal questions: Are we beholden to the mythology we inherited, be it personal, social, political or otherwise? The friction of our binaries is particularly hot right now. Truth is dependent on perspective and most of us are deeply invested. In this crucible, silence implies consent."
Austin |  Dimension Gallery

Between Us

January 12 through February 17, 2018
Between Us features works by six RISD printmakers: Audrey Danze Blood, Camila Escobar, Valeria Rachel Herrera, Anna McNeary, Kelly Taylor Mitchell, and K. Sarrantonio. The exhibition is a part of Print Austin 2018.
Austin |  Not Gallery

AWXAW: Austin Women by Austin Women

January 10 through February 18, 2018
An exhibition featuring photographs by Austin women documenting other female Austin-based creatives. The show includes works by Ave Bonar, Amalia Diaz, Christa Blackwood, Hannah Neal and Erica Wilkins.
Austin |  Elisabet Ney Museum

Lais Myrrha: Infinite Column

December 9, 2017 through February 25, 2018
Lais Myrrha's video Infinite Column "addresses the failures of Brazil’s mid-century modernist project through a critique of architecture and its primary materials." Showing an unstable stack of cement bags, the video is both a nod to Brancusi's Endless Column sculpture and a critique of monuments.

PrintAustin 2018

January 13 through March 3, 2018
Featuring exhibitions, artist talks, special events, demonstrations, and workshops, PrintAustin is the city's annual extravaganza highlighting the various forms of printmaking. For a full schedule of events, go here.

Line Form Color

December 9, 2017 through March 4, 2018
An exhibition featuring works from the Blanton's collection that "embrace a reductive formal vocabulary," particularly that of line, form, and color.

Blanco Sculpture Trail

April 29, 2017 through April 30, 2018
A sculpture trail organized by the Blanco Visitors Bureau and juried by Lee Ann Whatley. The trail features works by Peter Mangan, Danville Chadbourne, Cat Quintanilla, and Jeffie Brewer.
Blanco |  Bindseil Park

Clarissa Tossin: Meeting of Waters

January 13 through July 1, 2018
An exhibition featuring new works by Brazilian artist Clarissa Tossin. The sculptures in the show explore the confluence of the Rio Negro and Amazon Rivers, where the two rivers converge but remain separate.

Carol Bove

November 18, 2017 through November 24, 2018
A show of works by New York-based artist Carol Bove. "Bove's new and recent large-scale sculptures reinterpret the classical sculpture garden in the meadow of Laguna Gloria. A multitude of abstract forms of varying shapes, colors, and scales plays with ideas of language, landscape, and display."
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