An exhibition featuring art by UTEP students. The works in the show were chosen and curated by graphic design juror, Orlando Portillo of Estudio YeYe, Chihuahua City, Mexico and fine arts juror Alejandro Almanza Pereda current Border Arts Resident, New Mexico.
A group exhibition featuring multimedia works from Dan Colen, Loie Hollowell, key works by Emil Bisttram, Raymond Jonson, Agnes Pelton, Florence Miller Pierce, and Stuart Walker of the Transcendental Painting Group; an animated film by Oskar Fischinger; and an installation by Arturo Bandini.
"Dengue Fever is imagined as a sort of Henri Rousseau delirium, a jungle of feeling, and a landscape turned inwards. The project, which is installed in Ballroom Marfa's courtyard, features works by Kelly Akashi, Marten Elder, John Finneran, S Gernsbacher, Drew Heitzler, Sarah Manuwal, Calvin Marcus, and Roni Shneior."
Celebrating Picasso is an exhibition of photographs by American photojournalist David Douglas Duncan. Duncan photographed Picasso from 1956 to 1973, creating an "unparalleled visual record of the great artist at work and play."Posting Picasso is a show of Picasso exhibition posters from the museum's collection.
An exhibition of works by Michigan-based artist Jason DeMarte. In his work, DeMarte "explores the veneer of material desire and constructed natural beauty by composing fictional tableaux that speak to our obsession with beauty, perfection and excess."
An exhibition of works by Texas Hill Country sculptor Roger Colombik. Colombik's works "address a range a conceptual interests that include composing environments of poetic repose in public spaces and the transformative nature of journeys, both inward and external."
An exhibition of works gifted to the museum by El Paso community leader and philanthropist Gertrude Amelia “Sugar” Goodman. The show includes works by Mary Cassatt, Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, Jean-Louis Forain, Barbara Latham, Marion Greenwood, John Sloan, and Fritz Eichenberg, among others.
An exhibition of retablos depicting female saints. The show "celebrates the piety, wisdom, and physical suffering of female saints and also highlights their influence on the lives of 19th-century Mexican women."