A nice group show of Art Palace regulars: Mike Beradino, Elaine Bradford, The Bridge Club, Jeffrey Dell, Nathan Green, Charlie Morris, Jim Nolan, Linda Post, Raychael Stine, Barry [...]
In Stine’s first solo exhibition at Art Palace, her work slips between traditional representation and abstract gesture.
Art Palace presents Look Near Into the Distance, a solo exhibition by Austin-based artist Barry Stone. Stone’s work bridges the intersection between truth and fiction, [...]
Art Palace’s summer group show featuring gallery artists and friends.
Art Palace presents the first retrospective of Alissa Blumenthal (1899-1995), an American painter of the 20th-century, whose work has received increasing attention since its rediscovery [...]
Morris explores the depersonalized distance caused by an excess of text, images, and other media.
Using her direct experience with a place, event or object as a catalyst, Rizzo abstracts, invents and explores new realities in painted space and form.
Photographs connect the spaces, objects and roles occupied by The Bridge Club’s temporal performance works.
Duggins questions the way that nature is reduced to a fetish in his forth solo exhibition at Art Palace.
Collages, drawings, publications, and sound pieces in conversation with the sister exhibition at the Reading Room in Dallas. Fragments of image, text, sound, and information [...]
Weedman employs Stalin’s systematic order of progress as an example of the inherent dysfunction in affixing ideologies to notions of progress and success using snap-off [...]
Performers will be seated on chairs suspended from the gallery walls and will respond to a combination of objects sound and projection to explore the [...]
Katy Heinlein, Jim Nolan, Linda Post, Mick Johnson
A series of week long pop-up shows, guest curated projects and food events fills the summer gap at Art Palace. Schedule TBA.
Kyle Young’s return to the studio where he left off approximately eight years ago. His early works of cellular forms have slowly evolved into the [...]
Paintings that embody romantic attitudes towards nature and a lush materiality to their painted surfaces as they negotiate between representation and abstraction. In each artist’s [...]
Art Palace presents ART MARKET, a “holiday-art-boutique-gallery-festive-shopping experience that explores the different expressions of the word “market” in the world of art and commerce.” In [...]
Barry Stone’s first solo show at Art Palace takes its title from the common practice of playing the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz and [...]
Four artists whose work abstracts and expands the ordinary things in our everyday world, curated by Katie Geha of Austin’s SOFA Gallery.
Art Palace welcomes Nathan Green, one of Austin’s most interesting artists and a principal of the Okay Mountain collective for a solo show. His new [...]
One of our favorite galleries, Art Palace opens a new exhibition with the work of Linda Post. Through video installations, sound works, media sculpture, and [...]
Critics’ darling Nolan is back with speakers, exposed wiring, chipboard and other “discarded cultural artifacts and everyday materials.”
Jillian Conrad mixes the elements of traditional sculpture with the possibilities of drawing in her exhibition CONSTRUCT at Art Palace. Through an interplay of material [...]
Art Palace offers a preview of projects slated for 2011 with the exhibition It’s better to regret something you have done… Featuring the works of [...]
Taking the medieval legend of the German St. Boniface, who chopped down a sacred oak tree and used the wood to build a chapel, as [...]
Local boy Seth Alverson returns to Houston with a shiny new MFA from Virginia Commonwealth and a solo exhibition at Art Palace. It’s nice to [...]
LA based artist Emilie Halpern and Austin artist Eric Zimmerman are featured in their first two-person exhibition at Art Palace! In Cosmos, Halpern’s romantic photographs [...]