Blanton Museum of Art
July 11 - November 15, 2015
An exhibition of more than 30 gouache and pastel drawings by artist Natalie Frank, a New York-based Austin native. Frank has created feminist reimaginings of both the most famous and obscure of the 19th-century fairy tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.
June 14 - September 6, 2015
An exhibition of approximately eighty paintings by Realist-Impressionist painter Francisco Oller (1833–1917) and contemporaries including Cézanne, Monet, Pissarro, and others.
The Harry Ransom Center and the Blanton Museum of Art collaborate to present the exhibition Manuel Álvarez Bravo and His Contemporaries: Photographs from the Collections […]
The Blanton Museum of Art and the Union Of Initiative for Educational Assembly come together to present the latest exhibition in the museum’s WorkSpace series. […]
The Austin Center for Photography presents the Icons of Photography No. 6 lecture series with fine-art photographer Abelardo Morell. The night consists of a lecture […]
Get aroused by a huge exhibition of contemporary artists working in a variety of media that explore the emotion of "Desire". Annette DiMeo Carlozzi brings […]
A video installation by Pablo Vargas Lugo pushes the boundaries between art and sports. "Eclipses for Austin" contains 4 videos that explore solar eclipses as […]
The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin presents I Will Show You The Woe-Joy Man, a multi-media installation by Miami-based […]
"Following in the footsteps of the highly acclaimed School of the South and The Geometry of Hope: Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de […]
Birth of the Cool: California Art, Design, and Culture at Midcentury "explores the origins and enduring appeal of the 195os West Coast style through art, […]
The Blanton steps it up a notch, with a compelling show of work by artists associated with the Park Place Gallery, a prominent artists’ cooperative […]
Exquisite Visions of Japan: Prints from the James A. Michener Collection of the Honolulu Academy of Arts includes fifty prints from master Japanese printmakers, the […]
Selections from the Department of Art and Art History Faculty at The University of Texas at Austin, including favorites Michael Ray Charles, Tim High (shown), […]
This exhibit explores the way that artists help rebuild a community like New Orleans after the devestation brought on by Hurricane Katrina.
So is the act of reading really more creative than the act of writing? You decide.
Organized by Kelly Baum, Transactions will include: Conrad Bakker, Daniel Bozhkov, Eugenio Dittborn, Christine Hill, Emily Jacir, Ben Kinmont, Cildo Meireles, Seth Price and Zo
Guilisasti works in Chile in multi-part painting installations. For this exhibit, she presents eight canvases called Marfa/Puerto Viejo taken from a trip to Marfa. She […]
A Century of Grace features works by: Adolphe-William Bouguereau, Jean-L
LA based Caesar is known primarily for his organic and man-made sculptures made of colorful layers of semi-transparent resin. You might also remember him from […]
In addition to the exhibition a symposium exploring Latin American geometrical abstraction will be held this fall at NYU's Grey Art Gallery.
Jackson has been on a roll since the last Whitney Biennial. Read an interview with him about his work from PS1's Greater NY. Check out […]