"Ricardo Benavides is a local artist who earned his Master of Fine Art degree in 2014 from the University of Texas – Pan American. He uses painting, digital photography, and ceramics to explore minimalism and construction inspired by the sophisticated and globalized culture of Mexico."
A show featuring invited artists of Mexican-American heritage. Participating artists include Cande Aguilar, Jorge Alegria, Fernando Andrade, Jerry Cobarruvias, Amorette V. Garza, Sandra Gonzalez, Nola Guajardo, Ben Herrera, Gerald Lopez, Jimmy Pena, Joe Pena, Rolando Reyna, Ricardo Ruiz, Mauricio Saenz, Ashley Thomas, Nora Verdin and Mayra Zamora.
A show of works by UTRGV Master of Fine Arts candidate Natalia Soto. "In this exhibit titled Inspired by the Deep Blue, Soto shows drawings, lithographs, and collage, and pays close attention to line detail in a series of fantastical underwater images."
A show featuring works by Scott Nicol, David Freeman and Leslie Chavez. In their works, the three artists explore "the psychological, political, and environmental aspects of surroundings." The exhibition will also serve as a “makerspace” for students and community members to create their own ideas and join the exhibit.
An Instagram-based exhibition organized by Performance Art Houston. The show is curated by Jeanette Joy Harris and features week-long performance by:VINCENT CAMPOS (FR) 4 – 10 NOV BROOKE LEIGH (AU) 11 – 17 NOV STEVEN MARTZ (UK) 18 – 24 NOV JEANETTE JOY HARRIS (US) 25 NOV – 1 DEC RYDER RICHARDS (US) 2 – 8 DEC DANIEL CABALLERO (US) 9 – 15 DEC KATYA PETETSKAYA (AU) 16 – 22 DEC YOSHIE SAKAI (US) 23 – 29 DEC
"This exhibition, from the Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles, California includes work from 17 artists that explore the intersection of art and technology. These artists are masters of different types of digital techniques, such as compositing highly layered imagery, working in 3D and lenticular imaging, meticulously stitching together images, using lighting in highly inventive ways, and much more."
A show exhibition by Brownsville artist Cande Aguilar. In his work, Aguilar "reflects on border culture through his BarrioPOP distinctive style, with large canvasses featuring graffiti art, pop culture images, bold and bright colors."
Seeing the Unseen features works by Texas-based artists Jesse Amado, Joey Fauerso, Riley Robinson and Chris Sauter. "Together, the artists in this show exemplify the idea of design and construction through the theater of surprise and the unexpected. They speak about regional and global issues of family, addiction, technology and agriculture in an intimate and personal manner and turn the concerns of identity and the accompanying sociopolitical effects into a collective response and experience."
An exhibition about the 25-year life of Joe Cardella's publication ARTLIFE. The publication featured "original artwork on every page and allowed artists from around the world to exhibit and circulate their thoughts and imagery."
"Correlation features a grand-scale installation by photographer & collage artist Maurice Roberts. Through his lens he explores universal patterns and archetypes that can be deconstructed as pieces of an even greater cosmic binary code."