Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum
September 3 - November 8, 2015
An exhibition of works by artists participating in The Drawing Center's Open Sessions program. Over a two-year period, the artists within the program have re-contextualized their work and expanded their practice through conversations and public programs. Artists in the exhibition include Joey Fauerso, Tatiana Istomina, Patte Loper, Matt Neff, Mona Sharma, Adam Shecter, Naho Taruishi, and Arturs Virtmanis.
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...Read More
Debra Sugerman is the creator and former co-director of the Creativity for Peace Camp, which works with teenage girls from Israel and Palestine, and. makes...Read More
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...Read More
San Antonio artist and dancer Tinka Tarver will be signing her new book, Art in My Life, My Life in Art, and giving a short...Read More
Indoor sculpture to contrast with the outdoor work currently on display at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Curated by New York-based independent curator Lilly Wei...Read More
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...Read More
Humble materials, unspoken violence, and direct audience engagement enliven the multimedia works of San Antonio artist Julia Barbosa Landois. Informed by interviews with brothel patrons,...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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-...Read More
In Requiem for an English Major, Ed Saavedra uses his own deconstructed version of a 240-yr-old "English Major" (Thomas Gainsborough’s The Blue Boy) to create...Read More
This is not a photo show is curated by Kimberly Aubuchon and is a collaborative exhibition between Blue Star Contemporary Art Center and Unit B...Read More
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...Read More
Blue Star Contemporary Arts showcase a new exhibition titled, Mater Terra that features the work of Laurel Gibson in the Semmes Library exhibition space and...Read More
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...Read More
Blue Star Contemporary Art Center unleashes Steve Brudniak’s exhibition Noumenon, and Other New Work. The assemblages of found objects look a lot like machines or...Read More
Kickoff Contemporary Art Month in San Antonio with Blue Star and celebrate their 25th anniversary! Amalgamations 25 is curated by Houston based gallerist and artist Wayne Gilbert who...Read More
See what’s cookin’ in Gallery 4 of Blue Star Contemporary Art with new work by Soomin Jung.
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...Read More
Shed some light on the situation with Sally Weber’s new installation Tertium Quid, The Third Thing.
Marc Weigand uses light as a medium in his new "light boxes".
"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...Read More
"Constructed for Blue Star, Revisitation is currently Rex Hausmann‘s largest and most ambitious work-to-date. A wall-to-wall, ceiling-to-ceiling riot of thought and colour inspired by The...Read More
Check out thirty large-scale paintings and sculptures by San Antonio artist Danville Chadbourne. Don't miss the other galleries, which are featuring work by Anne Ferrer,...Read More
Parisian artist and temporary San Antonio resident Anne Ferrer, who exhibited at Cactus Bra last November, has transformed the middle gallery into a "country furnished...Read More
Wimberley/Houston-based artist McKay Otto‘s translucent paintings need to viewed in person, in both light and darkness, to be truly appreciated.
Blue Star presents Ward‘s embroidery and paintings in the main and middle galleries.
Check out minimal works by printmaker and Trinity University Asst. Prof., Jon Lee.
If you didn’t see the show in Austin, here’s your chance to check it out! Blue Star plays host to the Austin Museum of Art’s...Read More
Check out work by Dennis Olsen, professor of printmaking, drawing, and digital media at the UTSA.