Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

http://www.bluestarart.org

(210) 227-6960

116 Blue Star

San Antonio, TX 78204

CURRENT

Semblance

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

March 3 - May 8, 2016

Works by Mosaic studio artists. This exhibition includes works by Lulu Castillo, Yenifer Gavina-Franco, Ezekiel Garcia, Laura Gonzalez, Tanya Helbig, Rachel Kamata, Nate Lopez, Elisie Martinez, Xavier Cain Menjarez, Joey Rivera, Victoria Rodriguez, and Elizabeth Samuel.

Justin Boyd: Going On Going

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

March 3 - May 8, 2016

An exhibition by San Antonio based artist Justin Boyd. Inspired by his time in Germany during Summer 2014, this multimedia installation is experienced as object, sound, and environment, and creates a new sort of landscape both indoors and out.

Works Progress

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

March 3 - May 8, 2016

An exhibition by collaborative directors Colin Kloecker and Shanai Matteson. Works Progress is a temporary space to experience and inhabit the "hydrosocial landscape of San Antonio and South Texas, through installations and a social environment activated by water experts, environmental advocates, social justice activists, and other people who drink water and care about the many issues it touches." 



PAST

Philip John Evett: Untitled

Fifty-three years after first exhibiting in San Antonio, Evett returns with figurative, and sensually abstracted forms. Born in Kent, England, Evett emigrated to the U.S....

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Book signing: Arte Latina: ROAR

The 2008 exhibit, Arte Latina: ROAR, was the first ever all Latina exhibit at the non-profit contemporary art institution, Blue Star. Guest speakers Dr. Harriett...

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John Webb: Bodies of Work

Artist and architect John Webb’s sculptures juxtapose the classical human form with mechanical chassis, exploring and contrasting the relationship between man and modern technology.

Carlos Betancourt: Archaic Substance

Digitally altered photographs by the Miami-based Carlos Betancourt, who combines images from nature and popular culture with themes of Trans-Caribbean identity.

Rodolfo Choperena

Abstracted photography the old-fashioned way: movement and manipulation of light sources, the camera’s placement, aperture and exposure settings transform seascapes into lyrical freeforms.

Jade Townsend: artist talk

New York sculptor and installation artist Jade Townsend talk at Blue Star on the evening of Wednesday, August 17 at 6:30 pm. Townsend’s work was...

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Gudjon Bjarnason: DySTOPic ProgressiONs

Icelandic sculptor  and architect Gudjon Bjarnason is the latest participant in Blue Star’s  Icelandic Cultural Exchange program. Bjarnason has been working on big explosive installation...

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Jade Walker: Quadri-Poise

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center and Big Medium present Quadri-Poise, an installation by Jade Walker, curated by Virginia Rutledge. Walker installations and sculptures are based...

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Tom Orr: Onagadori

As part of the 2011 Texas Biennial, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center and Big Medium present Tom Orr, featuring a sculptural installation entitled Onagadori, curated...

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Crossovers: Materials and Metaphors

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center exhibits works by Joan Hall and Ivano Vitali in Crossovers: Materials and Metaphors, curated by Meredith Dean. Both use paper-...

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Hills Snyder: Causal Observer

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center presents the work of Hills Snyder in Causal Observer throughout the month of September! Fourth in a series of projects...

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Launch-11 / Fire in the Belly / It

Launch-11 showcases the work of recipients of the International Sculpture Center 2009 Student Awards curated by Willie Cole, Jeanne Jaffe & David McFadden. Check out...

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The Familiar Unknown

The Familiar Unknown, curated by Ovidio Giberga, (and featuring Susan Beiner, Rebekah Bogard, Rebecca Hutchinson, and Anne Drew Potter) is Blue Star’s first curated exhibit...

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Lonely Are the Brave

"Lonely Are the Brave takes its title from the 1962 movie, which was based on Edward Abbey’s novel The Brave Cowboy. The exhibition features four...

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