Arthouse at the Jones Center

Arthouse at the Jones Center

http://www.arthousetexas.org

(512) 453-5312

700 Congress Avenue

Austin, TX 78701

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Sarah Schultz: Wide Open Public

Until a few weeks ago, Schultz was the longtime Curator of Public Practice and Director of Education at the Walker Art Center. Talk about placemaking...

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Evidence of Houdini’s Return

Provocative abstract forms that investigate art’s potential to interrupt and/or reconstruct elements of everyday life. Featuring Sterling Allen, Facundo Argañaraz, Strauss Bourque LaFrance, Katja Mater,...

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Jill Magid: Failed States

In 2010, 24-year-old Fausto Cardenas fired six shots from a handgun into the air from the steps of the Texas State Capitol. Coincidentally, NY artist...

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Niklas Goldbach: HABITAT C3B

Niklas Goldbach’s video HABITAT C3B explores a nearly deserted urban environment populated only by a handful of identical men engaging in an unknown mission. The...

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Miguel Andrade Valdez: Monumento Lima

Peruvian artist Miguel Andrade Valdez’s video Monumento Lima is a chaotic, rapid-fire visual compendium of the monuments that occupy Lima’s traffic circles and pedestrian malls....

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Ragnar Kjartansson: The Man

Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson meets with the late American blues musician Pinetop Perkins in a field near Pinetop’s home in Austin, Texas. Kjartansson films Pinetop...

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The Anxiety of Photography

Organized by the Aspen Art Museum, and presented by Arthouse and the Austin Museum of Art collaboratively, The Anxiety of Photography spotlights the fluid and...

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Rem Koolhaas: A Kind of Architect

Arthouse’s Rooftop Architecture Film Series presents Rem Koolhaas: A Kind of Architect, 2008, directed by Markus Heidingsfelder & Min Tesch, a documentary portraying the well-known...

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Sarah Buckius: Trapped Inside Pixels

Michigan artist Sarah Buckius employs her body to express and explore tension, anxiety, pattern, and interpersonal relationships on a big screen overlooking Congress Avenue.

Cao Fei: Shadow Life

Beijing-based artist Cao Fei explores Chinese youth subcultures through her “Second Life” avatar China Tracy, a virtual artist who creates videos, games, and performances that...

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Koki Tanaka: Buckets and Balls

LIFT Projects (aka the elevator) at  Arthouse presents videos of banal props and repetitive actions exploring the concept of the Cartier-Bresson’s “decisive moment” that somehow...

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Shana Moulton: Whispering Pines

Next up in Arthouse’s Five Artists, Five Weeks video showcase is Shana Moulton (July 27- July 31). Moulton’s dreamy series Whispering Pines follows her character...

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Frankie Martin: Trapped in the Web

Next up in Arthouse’s Five Artists, Five Weeks video showcase is Frankie Martin (July 20- July 24). Martin’s series Trapped in the Web satirizes the...

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Brian Bress: Status Report

Next up in Arthouse’s Five Artists, Five Weeks video showcase is Brian Bress (July 13- July 17); his Status Report fixates on six individual characters,...

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John Kilduff: Let's Paint TV

Arthouse makes it foray into cloud curating with Five Artists, Five Weeks, showing humorous, home-video-like works for a week each in its second floor gallery....

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Five x Seven Art SPLURGE

The Five x Seven annual art sale and exhibition takes over the Arthouse for yet another year. Benefiting Arthouse exhibitions and educational programs, hundreds of...

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Graham Hudson: Rehearsal at the Astoria

Arthouse at the Jones Center presents a commissioned, site-specific exhibition by London-based artist, Graham Hudson. Rehearsal at the Astoria is Hudson’s first solo museum exhibition...

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Jack Strange: Within Seconds

In its first floor gallery, Arthouse at the Jones Center features British artist Jack Strange who makes his institutional debut working with the props and...

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Six Sounds

More music! Warner Music Group and Arthouse showcases a multi-media event coinciding with SXSW, centered around Warner Music Group’s artists. The event features live performances...

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Nathan Baker: Let It Shine

Arthouse expands its reach with its second floor window which doubles as a projection screen overlooking Congress Avenue. Visible from the street nightly from dusk...

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