5305 Bolm Road Suite #12
Austin, Texas 78721
February 9 - March 3, 2018
An exhibition featuring new works by New York City-based poet and artist LA Warman. "Comprised of video, interactive installation, and poetic text, the work explores the relationship of the erotic body to empire."
The Beauty Counter: Liquid Bodies is a one-night-only edible installation
“What Hell YOU Playing? features work that presents each artists vision of the end of a certain period of time, the end of life as...Read More
An evening of performances by Mimi Bowman and Isabel Legate.
A show of video and audio works by Franco-American filmmaker Gabrielle Daubourg. The artist received their BFA from the University of Texas at Austin and creates works...Read More
A show of works by Austin-based artist Ben Harral. “Concerning the ecological crisis we as a species find ourselves in now, Harral’s performance, paintings and drawings...Read More
A show by Mexico-City artist Bruno Ruiz. “Tres Veces Tiembla el Infierno is a fictional documentary, resulting from the investigation around the ritual of la muerteada,...Read More
A show of works by Chicago-based artist Jos Howard Demme. The pieces in the exhibition explore “the dynamics of physicalities” and combine domestic objects with playful...Read More
An exhibition aiming to promote “and recognize the importance of visibility for young LatinX artists represented across race, class and nonbinary gender.” Featured artists include:...Read More
“Treasures of the Night is a visual art exhibition and poetry reading that is being curated in conjunction with This is Austin Not That Great,...Read More
A show of works by Chile-based artist Yordi Vieyte. In this show, Vieyte examines economy, the movement of currency, and the evolution of banking technologies.
An exhibition of photographs and video works by Mitchel Proctor. The artist is inspired by the alienation of migration and the way photography can communicate different...Read More
An exhibition of works by Eden Rae and Charlie Satterlee. The show is co-curated by Amarie Gipson and Juliana Ramirez and features works that examine “the physical...Read More
An exhibition of works by Austin-based artist Sloane Casey Mitchell. “Mitchell’s body of work contains muti-functional pieces and non-wearable garments, delicately constructed from various building...Read More
An exhibition by Jeffrey Charles Stanley that addresses “nature, digital artifice, and Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. Physics, metaphysics, and pataphysics. Liminal, subliminal, and actual.”
An exhibition of works by Indiana-based artist Peter Shear. The artist creates works that can be coined as “abstract” or “non-representational,” but he emphasizes that abstraction “is necessarily...Read More
An exhibition by San Francisco-based photographer Damien Maloney.
A group show featuring work by Ben Aqua, Berkeley Beauchot, Brittany Laurent, Clayton Westmeir, Courtney Ewan, Jonny Negron, Rolando Sepulvedo and Sarah Nation.
“TX Cuntry is a synergistically nourishing curatorial exhibition reflecting the epiphenomenal process of the procreator’s plight. Come. Let your apivorous nature take hold; so you...Read More
Works that focus on the subverting of the gendered forms of art history and comment on the performativity of sexual identity.
An exhibition featuring works by Austin-based Nelson Smith and Dallas-based Jarrod Tomlinson.
An exhibition photographic works–ranging from portraits to sculptural interactions–by Austin-based Bobby Scheidemann created while taking walks along Interstate 35 during rush hour.
A group exhibition bringing together works by artists Brittni Harvey, Malek Lazri and Alison Whitworth as a creative conversation on the forces and relations of...Read More
Inspired by the influence of the cassette tape on DIY subcultures and the experimental music scenes, this group exhibition features art works by Daniel Ortuno,...Read More
Artist Wayne Moon Dean responds to standards and perceptions of feminine behavior in the gay community with new paintings, illustrations, and mixed media installation.
New paintings by Austin artist John Tennison