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.
From the artist:"A multi-layered installation composed as a journey through both interior and exterior landscapes consisting of photographs, an artist publication as companion guide and a reading performance by Midland-raised, London-based artist poet, Katherine E. Bash."
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."
"Community Through Action features the work of a variety of local transborder agents in the binational region of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua while documenting three main community-based art practices: community through site, service, and subject."
An exhibition of newly-commissioned video and virtual reality works from the artist collective the Institute for New Feeling (Scott Andrew, Agnes Bolt, and Nina Sarnelle). One video in the show will also be screened as a part of the 2016 season of Artists’ Film International. During the run of the show, Arturo Bandini will host micro-exhibitions in the Ballroom Marfa courtyard.