Top Five: February 11, 2016

West Texas

UPCOMING EVENTS

ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Friday,  2.12.16

Opening

Alyce Santoro: Surroundings

Friday,  2.12.16   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition of works by Alyce Santoro. "A major component of her work is creating underlying and holistic relationships between seemingly disparate aspects of the art she makes, the whole being greater than the sum of its parts, the interaction between the different aspects of her work being an important part of the overall "landscape" of her creative process."
Marfa  |  Eugene Binder

Saturday,  2.13.16

Sunday,  2.28.16

On View

Knot: The Art of Sebastian/El arte de Sebastian

Sunday,  2.28.16   |   12–5 pm
An exhibition of works by Mexican artist Sebastian. The show features fifty-five works, focusing on the artist's "quest for new knowledge discovered through his synthesis of art, technology, geometry and the physical sciences."
El Paso  |  El Paso Museum of Art

Äppärät

September 25, 2015 through February 14, 2016
A group exhibition focusing on the "mammalian hand and the tools it touches, holds and uses." The exhibition looks at tools from early history to the present and questions how those tools have changed. Artists in the exhibition include Ed Atkins, Trisha Donnelly, Melvin Edwards, Cécile B. Evans, Jessie Flood-Paddock, Roger Hiorns, Sophie Jung, Lee Lozano, Marlie Mul, Damián Ortega, Charles Ray, Shimabuku, and Paul Thek.
Marfa |  Ballroom Marfa

Jem Goulding: Never Seeing The Sky II

January 20 through March 3, 2016
An exhibition of new light sculptures by artist Jem Goulding. The works comment on the prevalence of spectacle in contemporary society by featuring everlasting rainbows, which are heralded as wonders of the natural world and often over-documented.
Marfa |  STATION

Charlotte Posenenske and Peter Roehr

October 10, 2015 through August 1, 2016
An exhibition of works by Charlotte Posenenske and Peter Roehr. The artists worked in Germany in the 1960s and "developed radical artistic practices utilizing new mediums, materials and processes."
Marfa |  Chinati Foundation
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