A group exhibition loosely guided by a focus on monochromatic elements and featuring a variety of works by artists Berkeley Beauchot, Philip Harrell, Drew Liverman, […]
An exhibition of spherical wall pieces by artist Ana Esteve Llorens, drawing upon her experience living on Mérida street in Mexico City.
This collaborative sculptural installation by Greg Pond and Jesse Cahn Thompson uses transducers to activate various materials as sound speakers.
Part of PrintAustin, this juried survey of contemporary printmaking includes work by Brandon Alumbaugh, Aaron S. Coleman, Ryan Cronk, Jeffrey Dell, Tom Druecker, James Ehlers, Eric […]
Kantor’s exhibition of mirror, light, and video installations and time-based drawings. From the artist: “Our brain puts up the show of a continuously flowing, conscious […]
Three-person exhibition featuring painting, mixed media, and sculpture. Via Big Medium: “Matthew Feyld’s reductive, geometric paintings feature line work overtop a monochromatic canvas, producing deceptively […]
New works from the Brooklyn-based artist.
Stadium bleachers and video-as-human-subconscious, all informed by the notion of “Divine Sarcasm, which is a representation of good and evil within American Institutions.” Does the […]
Two hundred projected images by two hundred photographers selected by curators Max Marshall and Paul Paper and underlines the way images are rapidly circulated while raising […]
Thomas explores notions of birthright through her variation of a Japanese Shunga Pillow Book: a folded-paper illustrated manual on the ways of intimacy with explicit […]
A Sumi Ink Club event, offering a unique canvas: an 8x8x8′ white cube. All ages, all humans, all styles are invited to participate. Brushes, ink, […]
A juried survey of the traditions and the innovations of contemporary printmaking happening in Texas today in conjunction with PrintAustin 2014. Featuring Sabra Booth, Veronica Ceci, […]
With Jill Bedgood, Benito Huerta, Catherine Lee, Shea Little, Michelle Mayer, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, McKay Otto, Margo Sawyer, Shawn Smith, Jana Swec, Jade Walker & Steve Wiman.
Ricardo Paniagua takes a meticulous approach to sculptural, geometric forms. “Hard in the paint” refers to attempting to score from the contested area around a basketball […]
A group show featuring past Biennial entries and recent work by 26 artists, PLUS the Glasstire Instagram Write-A-Thon.
Russell Etchen says: “Been collecting art for several years and I’d like to share some of it with you.” To the point. We like that. […]
This exhibit utilizes Pecou’s familiar trope of self-portraiture to challenge and dissect society’s representation of black masculinity in popular culture today. The title is a […]
Cantanker’s latest project, an exhibition and catalog, features work exploring the symbolic, personal, apocalyptic, contemplative and humorous themes surrounding “The End”. Selecting work from an […]
Jennifer Caine and Joshua Goode erect a 12 foot hexagonal column of light.
A multi-part video installation and experimental paintings with the aethetics of a ritual baptism.
A comprehensive history of humanity, with painted rocks.
“A mighty excellent group show in the Big Medium Gallery.”
Scenes of crude inhabitation within vast derelict landscapes from Sztyk’s Urban Forest, Empty City, and New London Stock Exchange series.
It’s about decision making and your guts. More importantly, it is about a certain uneasy feeling in your guts when choices are made.
Chantelle Rodriguez says her current work “seeks to explore the space between things by piercing the veil between emptiness, manifestation, and reality.”
Pollard says that “Media consumption has influenced my ego and sense of self as much as ‘genuine life experience’. On some level, I can’t tell […]
Böhm is a maverick with wood.
The word “spread” personified through improvised sculptures, masks, collages, photography, paintings and drawings by Austin artists William Hundley and Paul Moncus.
An improbable succession of quotidian objects captured by a high-contrast scanner by Joshua Sanders, a UT BFA student.
Austin artist Jamie Panzer, “through bizarre acts of synthesis and displacement,” makes artistic practice into a science experiment. Materials are dismantled and rearranged to manifest […]