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Kevin Rayhons: Dropped Frames

K23 Gallery

Last Chance - October 10 through 30, 2014

San Antonio artist Kevin Rayhon's new exhibition includes stills from video projections created in 2010-2014, as well as new site specific video sequences. The videos explore internet culture, usually incorporating animated GIFs found online. When projected, they are woven together and presented large-scale, removing them from their original context of a small desktop screen and emphasizing the large impact that technology and the internet has in our lives.

Either or, Or Both: Nate Cassie & Ethel Shipton

Ruiz-Healy Art

October 9 through November 1, 2014

Based in San Antonio, Cassie and Shipton are a multidisciplinary creative couple, each known for exploring human perceptions of space and duration through a wide range of media. This is their first joint project at the gallery.


Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

October 2 through November 9, 2014

Dealing with technology, communication, and patience, Houston-based artist Tommy Gregory's exhibition features sculptural, photographic and installation-based works, with a performance kicking off the exhibition at the opening reception.

Denise Sacha Ramnarine: Edge of Dreams

Sala Diaz

October 17 through December 7, 2014

Ramnarine creates illusionistic, funny and fictitious spaces. Her paintings indulge her nostalgia for the kitsch-chaos of the Caribbean (where she was born and raised) and bring the magic of “longtime ago” into everyday spaces, banishing the sometimes sterility of the first-world lifestyle.  

Antonio Serna: Some Kind of Primitive

Bihl Haus Arts

October 24 through December 13, 2014

Large paintings that oscillate between traditionally rendered figures and stenciled monolithic forms; antiquated dinosaur illustrations are overlaid with silhouettes of pixelated buildings that reference early videogame graphics.

Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of Art

McNay Art Museum

September 3, 2014 through January 4, 2015

70 paintings from the era when "avant-garde" and "plein-air" went together. Organized by the National Gallery of Art and drawn from the collections of Ailsa Mellon Bruce, her brother Paul Mellon, and others. See it now, else you'll have to stop in San Francisco, Seattle, Rome or Tokyo!

Shahzia Sikander: Parallax

Linda Pace Foundation

October 4, 2014 through March 7, 2015

The US premier of Sikander's three-channel HD animation is the second public exhibition at SPACE, an institution maintained by the Linda Pace Foundation in the corner of CHRISpark.

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