Thursday, March 5

Saturday, March 7


What Things May Come: 3D Print Sculpture

Southwestern University (Fine Arts Gallery)

Last Chance - February 4 through March 4, 2015

An exhibition held in conjunction with the Brown Symposium on Sculpture and 3D Printing, this show features more than 30 works by sculptors from around the world. (Besides the listed events here, the 2-day symposium features related lectures and 3D printing workshops, free and open to the public. Full schedule here.)

Laurel Shear: Between the Sheets

Not Gallery

Last Chance - February 14 through March 5, 2015

Fueled by experiences with lust and loss, paintings by Austin-based artist Laurel Shear explore the bed and sheets as evidence of both ecstasy and grief.

Peregrine Press: A Texas Legacy

Flatbed Press

Last Chance - January 10 through March 7, 2015

Flatbed Press presents this special exhibition of prints from Peregrine, the Dallas-based, fine art press that actively collaborated with a great many Texas artists between 1981 and 91.

Tony de los Reyes: Border Theory

Lora Reynolds Gallery

Last Chance - January 24 through March 7, 2015

In works from his colorscale series, Los Angeles artist Tony de los Reyes has silkscreened topographical satellite photos of the US/Mexico border on dyed linen and painted delicate lines along the national borders.

Wayne Moon Dean: Soft Guts

ATM Gallery/Studio

February 13 through March 8, 2015

Artist Wayne Moon Dean responds to standards and perceptions of feminine behavior in the gay community with new paintings, illustrations, and mixed media installation.

Products of Processing

February 12 through March 19, 2015

Work by the Homo Photo Club’s Gretchen Phillips, Deb Norris, and Beth Schindler.

Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum: Pushing On A String

UT Austin ART Building

February 27 through March 20, 2015

Montréal artists Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum–the duo known as Seripop–give a talk and then present their new, outdoor performance/installation, Pushing On A String– a series of performed interactions with prepared materials (paper, fabric, rubber, foam).

Arlene Shechet: Blockbuster

Lora Reynolds Gallery

January 24 through March 21, 2015

Odd beauty in this exhibition of sculptures and drawings by artist Arlene Shechet, whose figurative, architectural, and organic forms all seem on the verge of collapse.


Camiba Art

February 6 through March 27, 2015

This group show features a variety of works by artists Paul Booker (Dallas), Andrea Pramuk (Austin), Nicola Parente (Houston), and Misha Penton (Houston)–all evoking ideas of physical and emotional flow.

Domokos Benczédi: Rise Thru Shadow 2015

Las Cruxes

February 7 through March 29, 2015

Collages by artist and musician Domokos Benczédi, who transforms the familiar objects and images into disjointed suggestions of ritual and desire. Benczédi is also a mainstay in experimental music and noise circles as part of Future Blondes, Rusted Shut, and other projects.

Milt Kobayashi / Gregg Kreutz

Gallery Shoal Creek

February 27 through April 4, 2015

Parallel shows featuring works by two New York painters–Milt Kobayashi and Gregg Kreutz. Kobayashi's imagery focuses on the female in reflective moods, while Kreutz's paintings capture the ancient character and architecture of Assisi.

Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective 1999-2015

The Contemporary Austin

January 23 through April 19, 2015

Assemblages, sculptures, objects, and audio installations by New York-based artist Tom Sachs take over the museum's Jones Center, Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria, and Art School locations. The show–his first in Texas–includes his classic foam core Hello Kitty sculptures, an immersive bodega installation, and newly created, working ceramic boomboxes.

The People's Gallery 2015

The People's Gallery

February 27 through April 27, 2015

Works by over 100 Austin-area artists, displayed in the public spaces of the first three floors of Austin City Hall. During the entire exhibit year, the public is invited to vote for one artwork that will be purchased from the artist and added to the City Hall permanent collection.

Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties

Blanton Museum of Art

February 15 through May 10, 2015

Organized by the Brooklyn Museum, an exhibition of paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, and photographs relating to the struggle for civil rights. Includes works by Barkley Hendricks, Charles White, Andy Warhol, May Stevens, Philip Guston, Betye Saar, David Hammons, Jack Whitten, Danny Lyon, Romare Bearden and Faith Ringgold.

John Grade: Canopy Tower

The Contemporary Austin

February 11 through May 11, 2015

A new, site-specific installation by Seattle-based artist John Grade carved and assembled from Brazilian Ipe wood and suspended from three trees in the Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria.

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