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Archive of Now

Artpace

May 12 - 29, 2016

Archive of Now is a project by the Artpace Teen Council and "explores how we each have internal and external selves, both through personal introspection and online. This project invites you to consider your perspective on how internet culture and media have influenced our generation."

Liz Shepherd

Artpace

May 12 - August 28, 2016

An installation by sculptor and printmaker Liz Shepherd.



PAST

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Billboards

Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ billboard works are featured in the statewide exhibition that is on view for a year and in celebration of Artpace’s 15th anniversary. Dallas, El Paso,...

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WW 10.2: Ken Little

Ken Little’s WindowWorks exhibition, It’s Not Nine One One, is now in Artpace’s Main Avenue window. Little’s well-known Texas Biennial 2009 Homeland Security piece will...

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HSR 10.2: On the Road

On the Road brings together the work of Robert Adams, Ant Farm, John Baldessari, Walker Evans, Robbert Flick, Mary Heilmann, Roger Kuntz, Danny Lyon, Catherine...

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WindowWorks

Three former ArtPace residents present site-specific installations. David Zamora Casas’ Picante installation is a tribute to Artpace founder Linda Pace.

Alejandro Cesarco

Uruguayan artist, Alejandro Cesarco‘s first solo museum exhibition. Components of his body of work, Index (2000-2008), and a new film, The Two Stories, will be on view.

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Author Bárbara Renaud González and visual artist David Zamora Casas team up to discuss their work and the crossroads of their processes. Artpace and Gemini Ink come...

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Holiday Window

Celebrate this arrival of the holiday season with Artpace’s annual Holiday Window exhibition, "featuring a collaboration between local creative team The Prime Eights and the...

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New Works: 09.3

The 09.3 International Artist-in-Residence program features Adrian Esparza, Adriana Lara, and Mario Ybarra, Jr. They’ve been hard at work for the last eight weeks, and...

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Battle of the Buddha

 New work by NY-based Jeffrey Wisniewski. Sculptures and an animation featuring a clash between opposing Buddhas as a metaphor of the growing economic tensions between...

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NEW WORKS: 09.1

Check out the debut of new works made in San Antonio by Artpace's 09.1 resident artists. Current residents include Sterling Allen, an Austin-based artist and...

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New Works: 08.3

Artpace’s 08.3 resident artists Richie Budd (shown), Lu Chunsheng, and Taryn Simon debut their new work.

David Adjaye: Making Public Buildings

"Organized by the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London, this exhibition presents Adjaye’s built and planned public buildings in three stages: from design to production and...

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New Works: 08.2

This round of Artpace’s International Artists-in-Residence program features some interesting work by current residents Mark Bradford (L.A.), recent CORE fellow William Cordova (Houston), and Marcos...

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Oliver Lutz

Lutz is a Brookyn-based artist who’s showing 6 large paintings that use cloaking pigments developed by the military — what you can see with the...

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Kate Gilmore: Girl Fight

"Organized by Artpace Executive Director Matthew Drutt, ‘Girl Fight’ provides a comprehensive look at Gilmore’s performance-based practice, and features the debut of a new video...

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07.3 New Works

The latest round of residents are Matthew Buckingham, Chris Evans and Alex Rubio.

Marie Lorenz

NYC based artist Lorenz presents sculptures, which often take the form of outdoor interventions and performances or unconventional installations that are set against a backdrop...

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New Works: 07.2

Curated by James Rondeau, Curator of Contemporary Art at The Art Institute of Chicago, and includes: Stefano Arienti from Milan, Eduardo Mu

WindowWorks: Andr

Caillouet presents Drive, where she frosted the windows that line Artpace

The Final Run Ins

Come see The Final Run Ins, featuring Nathan Carter, Ben Brantley and Matthew Ronay. They are known for their peculiar stage sets inspired by an...

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New Works: 07.1

Presenting new projects by resident artists: Glenn Kaino from LA, Robert Pruitt from Houston and Katja Strunz from Berlin. Each artist was selected by Debra...

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