2832 E. MLK Jr. Blvd
Austin, TX 78702
March 17 - April 15, 2017
A show of paintings by Winston Lee Mascarenhas. The works are inspired by the sounds and rhythms of music and dance.
A show of works by Zoë Shulman. The mixed-media works attempt to “visualize geometries that subvert traditional painting canon.”
A show of works by artist Orna Feinstein. This exhibition features works from three of the artist’s ongoing series which explore optical tricks that play with...Read More
An exhibition of black and white photographs by artist Tahila Xicahuamazatl Mintz. The works in the show benefit from deep looking and slowly reveal themselves to...Read More
A show featuring works by Edward Lane McCartney.
An exhibition of works by Lorena Morales. In this show, Morales presents abstract cityscapes that address the “impermanence of reality, movement of time, and perception of home.”
Tales We Tell is an exhibition of work by Russian-born artist Yuliya Lanina. The show will feature paintings and small-scale music box sculptures. Visual Schema is an exhibition...Read More
A “watercolor and audio environment” created by artist Misha Penton. The works in the show act as ephemeral representations of the artist’s musical work.
An exhibition of works by Rachel Kalisky.
An exhibition featuring works by McKay Otto. Comprised of new “Wave Field” paintings, the works in the exhibition focus on the subjects of geometry, space and light.
An exhibition by Michael W. Hall. The pieces in the show attempt to capture secret, hidden, less traveled backroads and pathways across the US.
An exhibition of monoprints by artist Orna Feinstein. By experimenting with different inks and the layering of images, Feinstein creates works of art that deceive the eye.
“Ender Martos invites the viewer into a new dimension of interpretation, playing with light and perception to create senses of movement and orderly chaos.”
A group exhibition featuring works by artists Larry Akers, Jonathan Clark, Robert Jason Cross and Dameon Lester.
An exhibition featuring works by artists Patrick Palmer, Yuliya Lanina, and Matthew Gantt–each in their own ways creating characters and investigating our experiences, beliefs, and...Read More