An exhibition of new works by Cecilia Paredes. In this show, Paredes' tells the story of a desire to fly through tapestries made of dyed feathers and photo performances. Touching on issues of environment and identity, Paredes blends into the surroundings of her photographs with a camouflage-like sensibility.
An exhibition of a suite of twenty-five prints, each by a different Latino/Latina artist. The artists within the exhibition worked with a Master Printer at UTSA's art department. The exhibition is curated by Dr. Ricardo Romo, Kent Rush and Arturo Infante Almeida and features work by Ricky Armendariz, Sam Coronado, Richard Duardo, and Cesar Martinez, among others.
An exhibition of works by emerging Latin American artists. Featured artists include: Carla Albrecht Gimbatti, Luciana Levinton, Rebeca Mendoza, Martin Palottini, Isabel Peña, Marcela Sinclair, Alejandro Thornton, and Matías Waizmann.
An exhibition of over 140 works by Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias. Working as a painter, caricaturist, writer, cartographer, and illustrator, Covarrubias was awarded two Guggenheim Fellowships to produce ethnographical works. This exhibition brings together pieces from the museum's collection, the Library of Congress, the Harry Ransom Center, and Yale University.
An exhibition of large photographs by Thomas Cummins. For this exhibition, Cummins revisits familiar landscapes from his childhood schooling and creates self-portraits as he examines the "places that define his formative years."
An exhibition of 21 large-scale acrylic paintings (“humanscapes”) by late Texas artist and important figure in the local Chicano movement, Mel Casas (1929-2014). This show is organized by guest curator Ruben C. Cordova.
An exhibition of silver gelatin prints by San Antonio-based artist Tess Martinez. These works focus on ideas of anonymity and ambiguity through faceless portraits in which the sitter is defined by their environment rather than their features.
An exhibition featuring works inspired by the automobile industry. The two artists began collaborating after finding similar thought processes in their works. Beck is based out of Houston, while LaMothe is Dallas-based. Much More is curated by Mary Caitlin Greenwood.
A solo exhibition of hand-built "orbs" by artist Stephanie Liner. Questioning the ideas of handcrafted objects as well as the gaze, Liner's objects force an uncomfortable interaction between the work and the viewer.
An exhibition of works by artists participating in The Drawing Center's Open Sessions program. Over a two-year period, the artists within the program have re-contextualized their work and expanded their practice through conversations and public programs. Artists in the exhibition include Joey Fauerso, Tatiana Istomina, Patte Loper, Matt Neff, Mona Sharma, Adam Shecter, Naho Taruishi, and Arturs Virtmanis.