Centro de Artes
101 S Santa Rosa Ave
San Antonio, Texas 78207
July 12 - November 11, 2018
In this exhibition, curated by Teresa Eckmann, "ninety-six artworks by long-time San Antonio resident Alberto Mijangos trace his artistic trajectory over the course of nearly a half-century from neo-figuration, to figurative abstraction, to post-modern appropriation as the artist mines a variety of themes such as flags, t-shirts, underwear, and Eduard Manet’s Olympia of 1863."
An exhibition featuring works from UTSA’s art collection.
“This exhibition highlights serigraphs from Puerto Rico produced from the 1950s to the present alongside contemporary prints in a variety of print media from San...Read More
An exhibition featuring 25 artists who create works informed by their relationships with the US/Mexico border. Artists in the show include: Ricky Armendáriz, Nanobah Becker, Antonio...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by fifteen San Antonio-based Latina artists. The show is curated by Kathy Vargas and features works by Sarah Castillo, Lisette Chavez, Cat...Read More
An exhibition featuring nearly sixty works spanning the breadth of Ángel Rodríguez-Díaz’s career.
A show of works that explores the relationship between food and cultural identity in San Antonio. In addition to works by Rolando Briseño, David Casillas, Jimena Marin,...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by 21 San Antonio-based Mexican and Mexican-American artists. The show explores what it is like to live in the gray area between...Read More
An exhibition of paintings by Roberto Gonzalez. The works in the show depict “pre-Columbian imagery as experienced through dreams and visions inspired by Jungian psychological theory.”