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Jamie Wyeth

San Antonio Museum of Art

Last Chance - April 25 through July 5, 2015

The first comprehensive retrospective of works by artist Jamie Wyeth, this show features 100 paintings, works on paper, illustrations, and assemblages (including his portraits of John F. Kennedy, Rudolf Nureyev, and Andy Warhol.)

Gestural Configurations

Roosevelt Library

Last Chance - April 15 through July 7, 2015

Octavia’s second annual pop-up art show in collaboration with curator Alice Carrington Foultz at the historic Roosevelt Library features the work Texas artist Sherry Owens, New York-based Japanese artist Kikuo Saito, and New Orleans artist Regina Scully.

Carolyn Sortor: Infrathin 29.401248 x -98.485324

Epitome Institute

June 13 through July 11, 2015

An exhibition of work by Carolyn Sortor based on the “infrathin” conceived of by Marcel Duchamp and adapted by Kenneth Goldsmith for exploring location, national and other boundaries, and the distinctions among various dimensions.

Mash-Up Lecture Series

McNay Art Museum

June 4 through July 16, 2015

A series of unconventional, interactive lectures in which two accomplished professionals present unrelated topics and invite participants to make connections.

Raul Gonzalez: DULCE

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center

May 21 through July 22, 2015

An exhibition combining two bodies of work by painter Raul Gonzalez–the first was inspired by Pop Art, Mexican candies, and hip hop culture, and the other is a more recent series of personal, abstract works.

Elemental ‘Scapes

UTSA Art Gallery

June 3 through July 31, 2015

An exhibition exploring the built and elemental fixtures of our everyday landscapes, including work by artists Sara Frantz (California), Bethany Johnson (Austin), Ted Kincaid (Dallas), Benjamin McVey (San Antonio), Michele Monseau (San Antonio), and Liz Ward (Castroville).

Professors’ Picks 2.0


May 29 through August 1, 2015

An exhibition for which professors Susan Budge (San Antonio College) and Susan Chrysler White (University of Iowa) have chosen works by artists Robert B. Cairns and Karin Waskiewicz.


Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

June 4 through August 9, 2015

A group exhibition exploring the various meanings and methods of messages, featuring work by artists Elisabeth Ajtay, Leticia Bajuyo, Candace Hicks, Benjamin McVey, Latifa Medjdoub, Clifton Riley, Ansen Seale, Kenneth Steinbach, Levente Sulyok, and Hyounsang Yoo.

MOSAIC: Episode

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

June 4 through August 9, 2015

An exhibition featuring work by MOSAIC student artists Chrysanthemum Brown, Lu Lu Castillo, Juan Flores, Ezekiel Garcia, Yenifer Gaviña, Xavier Menjares, Jeremy Ortegon, Zoe Palacios, Jasmine Pardo, Leslie Reynolds, Joey Rivera, Roma Sandoval, Dani Toral, Hailey Urbano, Valerie Villarreal, Rose Vogt, and Franklin Washington.

Viva Zapata!

McNay Art Museum

May 20 through August 16, 2015

An exhibition drawn from the McNay’s collection of Mexican modernist prints, exploring various artist’s depictions of the controversial revolutionary figure, Emiliano Zapata.

Christian Marclay: Guitar Drag


May 28 through August 30, 2015

"During his 1999 Artpace residency Marclay created Guitar Drag, a 14-minute video depicting a pickup truck dragging an amplified, electric guitar tied by a rope across a Texas roadway to its aggressive destruction. This performance piece was created partly in response to the 1998 murder of 49-year-old James Byrd, Jr. of Jasper, TX by three white supremacists. Sixteen years after its initial making, Artpace will proudly present the completed version of Marclay’s film."

Lesley Dill: Performance as Art

June 10 through September 6, 2015

An exhibition focuses on the performance work of New York-based artist Lesley Dill, bringing together costumes, ephemera, photographs, and video projections from more than two decades.

Alejandro Diaz: It Takes a Village

Linda Pace Foundation

April 18 through September 12, 2015

An exhibition of sculptures, paintings, hand-woven tapestry, and a new site-specific installation by New York-based artist Alejandro Diaz. Having grown up in San Antonio, much of Diaz’ work is influenced by elements of Mexican/Texan cultures.

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