Ben Bailey Art Gallery - A&M Kingsville
April 19 - May 31, 2018
The artist on their work: "My work is a satirical deconstruction of American pop-culture and socio-political history, and how fear and the desires to own and to control drive toxic masculinity and extreme capitalism. As an artist and printmaker I believe my job is to not only to create socially conscious art, but to work to make fine art accessible to people as a tool of self-expression."
An exhibition featuring works by San Antonio-based painter Jorge Puron. Puron’s art “is influenced by a life lived on both sides of the US-Mexico border.”
Moyer is interested in Julian Jaynes theories on the visual and physical effect the brain exerts on the face, and why, and explores them in...Read More
Chaz Bojórquez, veteran graffiti writer from LA, installs a never-before-seen graffiti work in the Ben Bailey Art Gallery, Texas A & M University, Kingsville! Bojórquez...Read More
See what kind of kookiness Michael Galbreth and Jack Massing are up to now. Click here for a full schedule of workshop events.
Texas A&M University-Kingsville, UT at Brownsville, and UT Pan-American have come together to present a Dia de los Muertos exhibit of work by students, faculty,...Read More