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ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Thursday,  2.22.18

Opening

RE:KONSTRIKSYON: Black & Brown Futures

Thursday,  2.22.18   |   5–8 pm
An exhibition curated by Dr. Scott A. Sherer and Kirsten Thompson and featuring works by Bernice Appelin-Williams, Rolando Briseño, Barbara “Bobbie” Bullock, Barbara Felix, John Jennings, Juliana Kasumu, Daniela Riojas, Stacey Robinson, Darian Thomas, and Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga.
San Antonio  |  UTSA Art Gallery
Performance

Common Currents

Thursday,  2.22.18   |   6–7 pm
Common Currents features works by 300 artists across six San Antonio venues: Artpace San Antonio, Blue Star Contemporary Arts, the Carver Community Cultural Center, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, the Mexican Cultural Institute, and the Southwest School of Art. The exhibition is organized around the theme of the city's Tricentennial (1718-2018): each of the 300 artists is assigned a year in San Antonio's history "on which to reflect the development of their artwork." For a full list of participating artists, go here.
San Antonio  |  Artpace

Friday,  2.23.18

Opening

The Other Side of the Alamo: Art Against the Myth

Friday,  2.23.18   |   6–8 pm
"Selected Chicano/a artists are tasked with countering the mainstream myths of the Alamo’s iconic status through their traditional and non-traditional paintings, sculptures, and installation work. The Other Side of the Alamo is curated by art historian, curator and cultural worker, Ruben C. Cordova, Ph.D."
San Antonio  |  Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center

Saturday,  2.24.18

Conversation

Images of Power

Saturday,  2.24.18   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition featuring artists who explore the concept of power. The show was curated by Mark Anthony Martinez and Alana J Coates and includes works by Abel Ortiz Acosta, Albert Alvarez, Veronica (Nica) Aquino, Amanda Benavides, Sarah Castillo, Jose Cosme, Joe De La Cruz, Manuel Diz, André Filipek, Mario Garza, Xavier Gilmore, Marcelia Gonzales, Raul Gonzalez, Suzy Gonzalez, Rafael Fernando Gutierrez, Jr., Alejandro Macias, Jesús María, Mark Anthony Martinez, Maximiliano, Patrick McGrath Muñiz, Ashley Mireles, Juan de Dios Mora, Kristel A. Orta-Puente, Andrei Rentería, Alán Serna, Justin Sterling, Jon Tyson, Juan Vallejo, Christopher Velasco, and Jose Villalobos.
San Antonio  |  Freight Gallery & Studios

Tuesday,  2.27.18

Thursday,  3.1.18

On View

Spain to San Antonio: Hispanic Culture on Stage

Thursday,  3.1.18   |   10 am – 9 pm
An exhibition exploring "theatre’s fascination with the culture of San Antonio’s Spanish colonial founders." For the show, "drawings and prints from the McNay’s collection are presented along with actual stage costumes in an interactive environment."
San Antonio  |  McNay Art Museum
On View

Cities on Parade: 300 Years of European Festival Books

Thursday,  3.1.18   |   10 am – 9 pm
An exhibition featuring festival books from the McNay's collection. "Created as lavish gifts for dignitaries, festival books also provide insights into the role of image-making in today’s official celebrations."
San Antonio  |  McNay Art Museum
On View

4 Texans: The Next Chapter

Thursday,  3.1.18   |   10 am – 9 pm
"4 Texans: The Next Chapter features work by Xavier Gilmore (San Antonio), Rafael Gutierrez (San Antonio), Calvin Pressley (Philadelphia/San Antonio), and Deborah Roberts (Austin); artists who either live in or have connections to the South Texas region. They explore themes including identity, race, and appearance in varying mediums and subject matter."
San Antonio  |  McNay Art Museum
Opening

Clay McGaughy

Thursday,  3.1.18   |   5–7 pm
An exhibition featuring watercolor works by San Antonio-based artist Clay McGaughy.
San Antonio  |  Felder Gallery
Opening

Houston Fryer: v e r s u s

Thursday,  3.1.18   |   6–9 pm
v e r s u s is an installation of paintings, props, green screen technology, and interactive digital projections by Houston Fryer. Fryer's works explore the violence of visual systems.
San Antonio  |  UTSA Terminal 136
Opening

Sarah Fox

Thursday,  3.1.18   |   6:30–9 pm
An exhibition featuring works by San Antonio artist Sarah Fox. The pieces in the show explore "the idea of female sexuality and the struggle for control by employing empowering images of women hybrids."
San Antonio  |  Cinnabar
Lecture

Annie Labatt: Seeing Medieval Art

Thursday,  3.1.18   |   6:30–7:30 pm
Seeing Medieval Art is a lecture series by art historian Annie Labatt. A specialist in Christian iconography in Byzantine and Medieval art, Labatt will discuss items in the museum's permanent collection.
San Antonio  |  McNay Art Museum
Opening

Catalina Sour Vasquez: Projets Dissolvants

Thursday,  3.1.18   |   7–9 pm
An exhibtiion featuring works by French/Chilean photographer, Catalina Sour Vasquez. "Superimposing imagery that caters to the senses with her delicately designed mise en scene, while utilizing color and über surrealist elements, the artist allows the viewer to focus on one specific, if not subconscious, component of the photograph – often addressing the social impact of our mundane everyday lives and the toll that it infiltrates on our mental and physical well being." This show was organized by independent curator, Hillarey Jones.
San Antonio  |  MBS Fitness Yoga Studio

Friday,  3.2.18

Opening

Leticia Bajuyo: Edge Friction

Friday,  3.2.18   |   5:30–9 pm
"Edge Friction by Leticia Bajuyo is a site-specific installation of large-scale, interactive walls, ceilings, horns and tubes made primarily of CDs and DVDs. The memory discs are woven together to create a CD “fabric,” which is attached to aluminum or wooden frames to form various shapes. The shimmering structures are suspended from the ceiling, attached to false walls and wheels, or simply hung on the wall. Interactive audio elements and computer controlled lights heighten the experience. Bajuyo will present gallery talks and workshops throughout the run of the show."
Corpus Christi  |  K Space Contemporary
Opening

K Space in the House

Friday,  3.2.18   |   6–11 pm
For Contemporary Art Month, Presa House is hosting a show organized by Corpus Christi, Texas-based non-profit artspace K Space Contemporary. This show features 24 artists, including current and former K Space Studio and K Space Contemporary members and friends.
San Antonio  |  Presa House
Opening

Houston Fryer: v e r s u s

Friday,  3.2.18   |   6–9 pm
v e r s u s is an installation of paintings, props, green screen technology, and interactive digital projections by Houston Fryer. Fryer's works explore the violence of visual systems.
San Antonio  |  UTSA Terminal 136
Closing

Megan Solis: Go Ahead, Superstar, Step on Me

Friday,  3.2.18   |   7–10 pm
An exhibition featuring works by San Antonio-based artist Megan Solis. The artists on their work in the show: "I continuously strive towards a forceful intimacy with viewers, persistently questioning our communal pursuit of happiness. It is paramount for me to reveal flawed behavior that presents malfunction through both contemporary theories and portraits of desperation and loneliness."
San Antonio  |  Revenant Gallery

Saturday,  3.3.18

Opening

Jeffrey Dell: Future Castles

Saturday,  3.3.18   |   7–10 pm
"Continuing Jeffrey Dell’s focus on the confluence of perception and desire, Future Castles draws upon pre-digital populist art histories ranging from ukiyo-e prints to US national park posters and sci-fi novel cover art. The forms in Dell’s screen prints linger between abstraction and realism, accommodating the graphic economy of Japanese print tradition and the visual seduction of trompe l’oeil."
San Antonio  |  Three Walls

Saturday,  3.10.18

Reception

K Space in the House

Saturday,  3.10.18   |   6–11 pm
For Contemporary Art Month, Presa House is hosting a show organized by Corpus Christi, Texas-based non-profit artspace K Space Contemporary. This show features 24 artists, including current and former K Space Studio and K Space Contemporary members and friends.
San Antonio  |  Presa House

Thursday,  3.15.18

Lauren Moya Ford: Vessel

January 5 through February 23, 2018
A site-specific multi-media installation by Lauren Moya Ford. The pieces in the show "center on botanical life and folkloric pottery as elements that are shaped by human activity, and that change through space and time."
Corpus Christi |  K Space Contemporary

Paula Owen: The Winter Series

January 6 through February 23, 2018
A show of works by San Antonio-based artist Paula Owen. For the paintings, Owen collaged and worked on top of unfinished paintings created by her mother. Owen is the president of San Antonio's Southwest School of Art.
San Antonio |  REM gallery

Mark Schlesinger: Hello Stranger(s)

January 24 through February 24, 2018
An exhibition featuring new works by San Antonio-based artist Mark Schlesinger. "Schlesinger's work concentrates on an exploration of color and the visual tactility of material. Focusing on lines, planes, shapes, colors, Schlesinger is enthralled with the formal elements of painting."
San Antonio |  Ruiz-Healy Art

Images of Power

February 10 through 24, 2018
An exhibition featuring artists who explore the concept of power. The show was curated by Mark Anthony Martinez and Alana J Coates and includes works by Abel Ortiz Acosta, Albert Alvarez, Veronica (Nica) Aquino, Amanda Benavides, Sarah Castillo, Jose Cosme, Joe De La Cruz, Manuel Diz, André Filipek, Mario Garza, Xavier Gilmore, Marcelia Gonzales, Raul Gonzalez, Suzy Gonzalez, Rafael Fernando Gutierrez, Jr., Alejandro Macias, Jesús María, Mark Anthony Martinez, Maximiliano, Patrick McGrath Muñiz, Ashley Mireles, Juan de Dios Mora, Kristel A. Orta-Puente, Andrei Rentería, Alán Serna, Justin Sterling, Jon Tyson, Juan Vallejo, Christopher Velasco, and Jose Villalobos.
San Antonio |  Freight Gallery & Studios

Tribute To A River

January 11 through February 25, 2018
In Tribute To A River, the Kerr County Historical Society traces the influence of the Guadalupe River in Kerrville through an exhibit of early photographs and documents that reveal the sometimes-hidden past that surrounds us.

Dulce Bytes

February 1 through 25, 2018
In Dulce Bytes six Austin-based digital artists are coming together to show the potential breadth and range of digital art. The show includes works by Leslie Kell, Chalda Maloff, Shirley Steele, Charles Heppner, Paul McGuire, and Thomas Athey.

Our Turn 3: 58

February 2 through 27, 2018
Our Turn 3: 58 is an exhibition featuring works by art handlers and art preparators from San Antonio. Artists include:Anthony Rundblade (Artpace), Charlie Kitchen (Artpace), Keeton Foreman (Blue Star Contemporary), Shane Heinemeier (Briscoe Western Art Museum), Ana Hernandez Burwell (Centro de Artes/Culture Commons), Joe De La Cruz (Centro/Culture Commons/the McNay/SSA), Pedro Luera (Centro/Culture Commons/McNay/SAMA/SSA), jason eric gonzales martinez (Centro de Artes/Culture Commons), Rhys Munro (Centro de Artes/Culture Commons), Raygun Johns (Evergreen Exhibitions), Ed Saavedra (Evergreen Exhibitions), John Dalton Atkins (the McNay Art Museum), Dan Guerrero (the McNay Art Museum), Ruben Luna (the McNay Art Museum), Mario Perez (the McNay Art Museum), Jeremiah Teutsch (the McNay Art Museum), Robert Sullivan (the McNay Art Museum), Ben Mata (Ruiz-Healy Art), Eric Mathis (San Antonio Museum of Art), James Borcherding (Centro de Artes/Culture Commons, Southwest School of Art), Xavier Gilmore (Southwest School of Art), Rafael F. Gutierrez Jr. (Southwest School of Art), Allison Ward (Vault Fine Art Services ATX), Matt Kubo (Houston Arts Alliance), and Tommy Gregory (Houston Airport System)
San Antonio |  Presa House

New Works by Katy Schmader

February 1 through 28, 2018
An exhibition featuring works by Austin-based artist Katy Schmader. Working in paper, Schmader creates meticulous, abstract landscape collages that explore the connection between the tactile traces of a physical environment, an art-historic tradition of landscape aesthetics, and the potential for cultivating a new system of eco-semiotics.
San Antonio |  FL!GHT

Open Source Here

February 10 through 28, 2018
"Open Source Here examines how neighborhoods can be an open source medium. Using only materials sourced from within a one-mile radius surrounding the exhibition space, four local artists invite the public to explore interactive installations revealing surprising insights about the King William, Arsenal, and Avendida Guadalupe neighborhoods." The show includes works by Kellen Walker, Mark Menjivar, Nicholas Frank, and Amada Claire Miller.
San Antonio |  Dock Space Gallery

Annie Labatt: Seeing Medieval Art

January 4 through March 1, 2018
Seeing Medieval Art is a lecture series by art historian Annie Labatt. A specialist in Christian iconography in Byzantine and Medieval art, Labatt will discuss items in the museum's permanent collection.
San Antonio |  McNay Art Museum

Megan Solis: Go Ahead, Superstar, Step on Me

February 10 through March 2, 2018
An exhibition featuring works by San Antonio-based artist Megan Solis. The artists on their work in the show: "I continuously strive towards a forceful intimacy with viewers, persistently questioning our communal pursuit of happiness. It is paramount for me to reveal flawed behavior that presents malfunction through both contemporary theories and portraits of desperation and loneliness."
San Antonio |  Revenant Gallery

Jared Theis: Under the Sparkle Sunshine

February 17 through March 2, 2018
Under the Sparkle Sunshine is a multi-media installation featuring video, sculpture and costumes created by artis Jaredt Theis. Theis' work uses fantastic creatures to explore instinct, evolution and our human nature. He creates elaborate costumes and wears them as a way of entering strange digital alien environments and explore subconscious states of being."
San Antonio |  Clamp Light Studios

Honoria Starbuck: Zen Chickens

January 20 through March 20, 2018
An exhibition featuring ink, watercolor and collage works by Austin-based artist Honoria Starbuck. The works in the show are inspired by Zen calligraphers, mail art and the artist's practice of tai chi.
Lockhart |  Spellerberg Projects

Chris St. Leger

January 20 through March 20, 2018
An exhibition watercolor paintings and prints by Lockhart, Texas-based artist Chris St. Leger.
Lockhart |  Spellerberg Projects

John Riepenhoff & Nicholas Frank: Hold My Beer

February 17 through March 31, 2018
Hold My Beer is an exhibition of works by John Riepenhoff and Nicholas Frank. For the show, Riepenhoff, Freetail Brewing and Company Brewing of Milwaukee joined to brew a specific variety of experimental hops and malt that present Sala Diaz as a consumable experience. The exhibition also features Frank’s works that use beer cans as a medium.
San Antonio |  Sala Diaz

Common Currents

February 15 through April 22, 2018
Common Currents features works by 300 artists across six San Antonio venues: Artpace San Antonio, Blue Star Contemporary Arts, the Carver Community Cultural Center, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, the Mexican Cultural Institute, and the Southwest School of Art. The exhibition is organized around the theme of the city's Tricentennial (1718-2018): each of the 300 artists is assigned a year in San Antonio's history "on which to reflect the development of their artwork." For a full list of participating artists, go here.

Elana Langer: Emotional Aid Kit / Soul Revival Tent

January 20 through April 28, 2018
Emotional Aid Kit / Soul Revival Tent is an installation by New York-based artist Elana Langer. The work "is an emotional intervention in the gallery space and provides tools for integrating empathy into our collective experience of the everyday."
Lockhart |  Spellerberg Projects

St. Anthony’s Lost & Found

January 25 through April 28, 2018
"St. Anthony’s Lost & Found is a multi-genre exhibition grounded in the history of San Antonio, featuring community poems and artworks that pay tribute to both the known and lost history of San Antonio." Participating artists include Albert Alvarez, Fernando Andrade, Lisette Chavez, Joe De La Cruz, Joey Fauerso, Paul Fauerso, Barbara Felix, Ana Fernandez, Xavier Gilmore, Joe Harjo, M. Guadalupe Marmolejo, Abraham Mojica, Kristy Perez, Jose Sotelo, Hiromi Stringer, Allison Valdivia, Jose Villalobos, and Juan Zavala Castro.
San Antonio |  Culture Commons Gallery

Los Tejanos: Chicano Art from the collection of Cheech Marin

January 12 through April 29, 2018
An exhibition featuring Chicano art from the collection of writer and entertainer Cheech Marin. The show combines works from Marin's collection with pieces from the museum's collection and will include artists Connie Arismendi, Carlos Donjuan, Gaspar Enríquez, Benito Huerta, Luis Jiménez, César A. Martínez, Joe Peña, Franco Mondini-Ruiz, Ricardo Ruiz, Teresa Ruiz, Marta Sanchez, Maricela Sanchez, and Vincent Valdez.
Corpus Christi |  Art Museum of South Texas

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

Something to Say: The McNay Presents 100 Years of African American Art

February 8 through May 6, 2018
An exhibition pairing works from Harriet and Harmon Kelley's collection of African American art with works from the collections of Guillermo Nicolas and Jim Foster, John and Freda Facey, and the McNay Art Museum. Something to Say is the first survey of modern and contemporary African American art to be presented at the McNay.
San Antonio |  McNay Art Museum

30 Americans: Rubell Family Collection

February 6 through May 6, 2018
30 Americans features works by African American artists from the Rubell Family Collection in Miami, Florida. Artists in the show include Mark Bradford, Nick Cave, Robert Colescott, Glenn Ligon, Kerry James Marshall, Mickalene Thomas, and Kehinde Wiley.
San Antonio |  McNay Art Museum

Benny Andrews: Sexism

February 8 through May 6, 2018
An exhibition featuring a painting from Benny Andrews's large-scale Bicentennial series. In this work, the artist explores the oppression of women.
San Antonio |  McNay Art Museum

Common Currents

January 18 through May 7, 2018
Common Currents features works by 300 artists across six San Antonio venues: Artpace San Antonio, Blue Star Contemporary Arts, the Carver Community Cultural Center, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, the Mexican Cultural Institute, and the Southwest School of Art. The exhibition is organized around the theme of the city's Tricentennial (1718-2018): each of the 300 artists is assigned a year in San Antonio's history "on which to reflect the development of their artwork." For a full list of participating artists, go here.
San Antonio |  Artpace

Common Currents

February 1 through May 7, 2018
Common Currents features works by 300 artists across six San Antonio venues: Artpace San Antonio, Blue Star Contemporary Arts, the Carver Community Cultural Center, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, the Mexican Cultural Institute, and the Southwest School of Art. The exhibition is organized around the theme of the city's Tricentennial (1718-2018): each of the 300 artists is assigned a year in San Antonio's history "on which to reflect the development of their artwork." For a full list of participating artists, go here.
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