Sound Speed Marker: Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler
February 28 - October 26, 2014
February 28 - October 26, 2014
Last Chance - February 28 through October 26, 2014
Hubbard/Birchler are two Austin-based artists who collaborate in video, photography and sculpture. This exhibition consists of three films and associated photographs that explore film's relationship to place. This is also the world premiere of the Ballroom Marfa-commissioned Giant (2014), which documents the decaying set of the Reata mansion from the 1956 film.
October 3 through 31, 2014
Jiawei is an Associate Professor at Texas Tech University School of Art, College of Visual and Performing Arts. This series of site-specific video installations exams personal and collective experiences of memory.
May 11 through November 2, 2014
The latest in the series of themed exhibitions from the Museum’s growing collection of retablos is Saint Francis of Assisi and Saint Francis of Paola.
September 26 through November 9, 2014
A retrospective documenting the evolution of Feinstein's work over the past fifteen years, including works on paper, fabric and 3D monoprints on Plexiglas, sculpture and installations. It's going to travel to several other venues statewide throughout 2015.
October 3 through November 29, 2014
A whirlwind extravaganza of paintings, drawings, and shit-kicking shenanigans. The newest reincarnation of UM lines up a statwide roster of artists, with works ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime, all capturing the heart and soul of of Contemporary Texas Life. Participating artists include: The Art Guys, Franklin Ackerley, Bale Creek Allen, Kelly Allison, Michael Ray Charles,James Drake, Ana Fernandez, Bill Fitzgibbons, B.C. Gilbert, Wayne Gilbert, Felice House, Luis Jimenez, Daniel Johnston, Sharon Kopriva, Leigh Merrill, Rahul Mitra, Mark Ponder, Peter Saul, Hills Snyder, Gary Sweeney, Jesse “Guitar” Taylor, Bryan Wheeler, and Jeff F. Wheeler
October 5 through December 13, 2014
We’re not sure how, but this show is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Degrees of Separation, which is part of a two year Louisiane-Bretagne exchange of literary and visual artists from Louisiana and France. Oglesby is based in Austin and the show is in Marfa, but we’ll just go with it. Oglesby has created a modular sculpture system (mobile and interchangeable) created from hand-cast concrete pieces inspired by plants from arid regions of the world. The minimal and geometric shapes are meant to resemble “botanical fossils from an industrial era.”
October 9 through December 19, 2014
Alejandro Almanza Pereda uses sculptural and architectural techniques to create objects and installations that force the viewer to confront precarious situations. INDEX is the central concept for this group exhibition that features artists responding to violence in contemporary Juarez. Artists: Francis Alÿs, Gina Arizpe, Roberto Cardenas, Olga Guerra and Miguel A. Aragon. Under the direction of founder Mark Allen, Machine Project works with a loose collective of artists who investigate art, technology, natural history, science, music, and literature through performance, workshops, installations and participatory events.
December 22, 2013 through December 31, 2014
The camera obscura-weilding, $100,000 Whitney Bucksbaum Prize-winning darling of the contemporary art jet set has set up her upside-down and backward lens in an inauspicious building on the outskirts of Marfa. The result is solemn, quiet, and a surprisingly beautiful view of the West Texas landscape.
October 10, 2014 through January 10, 2015
A group show featuring work about SKULLS! Featuring the Amazing Hancock Brothers, Butch Anthony, Camp Bosworth, Beau Buck, Kris Chau, Chuck and George, Andy Don Emmons, Fancy Pony Land, Patrick Kelly, Innis Lawrence, Kim Cadmus Owens, Tom Sale, Margaret Sullivan, and Bruce Lee Webb.
September 21, 2014 through February 1, 2015
What impact did French Impressionism have on the direction of art of the American Southwest? Juxtapose French Impressionist and pre-Impressionist loaner works from the Tacoma Art Museum in Washington state with Western American examples from the El Paso collections and find out!
October 3, 2014 through February 1, 2015
This is the first of six installments in a two-year-long collaboration between the EPMA and the Guggenheim. Each “masterpiece-in-focus” installation of the meta-exhibition Modern Masters Series: Highlights from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is accompanied by related lectures, performances, and educational programs. Why get overwhelmed in a crowded New York museum when you can take two years to really get to know ten classic works?
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