An exhibition of works by Artpace’s Summer International Artists-in-Residence: Juan William Chavez, Andy Coolquitt, and Rachel Maclean.
A talk by Mexico City-based artist and curator Yoshua Okón. Okón will select Artpace’s Summer 2017 International Artists-in-Residence.
Sterling Allen’s show was on view for one night before an electrical fire forced the space to close indefinitely. For this iteration of the show, Artpace...Read More
An exhibition featuring “56 photographic portraits, representing a select group of former Artpace artists-in-residence, exhibiting artists, staff and more, all who helped shape Artpace into...Read More
An ongoing, ever-changing exhibition and creative space by artist Andy Coolquitt.
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....Read More
An installation by sculptor and printmaker Liz Shepherd.
The premier of SET, “a collaborative traveling exhibition program by visual artists and musicians.” This one-night event will feature original compositions and performances by musicians Paul...Read More
A celebration where visitors can create cupcake designs with local artist Chris Sauter, help local artist Katie Pell build a pop-up art installation, screenprint, and...Read More
The Spring 2016 International Artists-in-Residence Exhibition featuring works by Adriana Corral, Daniel García Andújar, and Wu Tsang.
Works by Chris Sauter.
Works by Cordy Ryman.
Exhibitions by Artpace’s 2015 fall residents. Featuring work by Cally Spooner (London, England), Marie Lorenz (New York, New York), and Larry Bamburg (Marfa, Texas).
A free day of family events at Artpace’s 12th annual Chalk It Up.
A dinner welcoming Artpace’s new International Artists-in-Residence. Enjoy food from food trucks and meet the Fall 2015 artists Cally Spooner, Marie Lorenz, and Larry Bamburg.
An exhibition of works by Cruz Ortiz that relate to his experience growing up in South Texas.
An exhibition of works by San Antonio-based artist Luz María Sánchez. Through immersive environments, Sánchez’s works “heighten attention to the global landscape.”
Artpace will host a family day that includes tours, interactive art projects, a TASK party, music, and snacks. Also, make sure and check out the Summer...Read More
Works from summer residents Fatma Bucak, Wafaa Bilal, and Gabriel Martinez of Houston’s Alabama Song. Curated by Ian Alden Russell.
“During his 1999 Artpace residency Marclay created Guitar Drag, a 14-minute video depicting a pickup truck dragging an amplified, electric guitar tied by a rope...Read More
A lecture by guest curator Juan de Nieves entitled “The Realities and Paradoxes of Recent Art Practices in Spain.”
An exhibition of new works by Spring 2015 artists-in-residence Autumn Knight (Houston, Texas), Henry Taylor (Los Angeles), and Oscar Murillo La Paila (Colombia/London), selected by...Read More
Works by past Artpace artists, celebrating its long working relationship with the San Antonio-based Hare & Hound Press and the Linda Pace Foundation.
Artpace continues its Rooftop Jazz series with the sounds of Elias Haslanger and The Church on Monday Band featuring Dr. James Polk, and video artist...Read More
Fall 2015 Guest Curator, Cecilia Alemani, is the Donald R. Mullen, Jr. curator and director of High Line Art Program. The lecture is preceded by...Read More
Artpace’s fall 2014 artists-in-residence strut their stuff: Takashi Arai (Tokyo, Japan), Adam Helms (New York, NY), and Anna Krachey (Austin, TX).
Landscapes by Justin Boyd, Adriana Corral, and Joey Fauerso.
Summer 2015 guest curator Ian Russell currently works as an assistant professor of contemporary art at Koç University in Istanbul, Turkey.
Congratulations to 14.2 residents Kader Attia (Algiers/Berlin), Margaret Meehan (Dallas) and Jungeun Lee (Frisco)!
“Chug, Chew and Chat” with summer residents Kadar Attia, Jungeun Lee, and Margaret Meehan. A true potluck, Artpace provides the tamales, and guests are invited...Read More
A luminous, and color-saturated mural, using light as a primary medium.
Large-scale paintings of the artist’s friends as victims of hanging in reference to the historical lynching of Latinos in the U.S.