A series of collaborations between artists Jeff Gibbons and Gregory Ruppe, “Necrotic Black Black Swimming Pool With A Heavy Mossy Surface Film” is inspired by […]
An exhibition of small, abstract sculptural works by artist Lily Hanson, created with a number of self-imposed constraints.
Anderson says: “Using an auto-ethnographic approach to personal history as a window on the world, my new work explores marginal contexts, like storage facilities, highways, […]
Action artist and UTSA prof Christie Blizard will mud wrestle artist Carol Cunningham (dressed as Willem de Kooning) to mirror the dead abstract expressionist’s aggression […]
Your friend is a straight-shooter. Your child is trigger-happy. Gun play is a game and shotgun is the best seat. From the collections of artists, […]
A new exhibit of object(s) related to Robbins’s explorations of the mystery of nature. Soundscape by William Basinski.
Five artists have been invited to address an individual sense and to explore the sensory system. Artemesia Snow–Taste, Erik Sanden–Hearing, Todd Michael Fichter–Smell, Mary Eisendrath–Touch and Meg Langhorne–Sight.
Hamilton and Mulcahy present an exhibition devoted to the documentation of their collaborative, site-specific, public art project Seventeen Hundred Seeds.
The Epitome Institute presents Monstruo Perfido and A Salon of Superstition. Curators Alice Thud III and Margaret L. Honeytruffle present work of 13 artists from […]
Epitome Institute will be unveiling a new commission for the gallery during a one-night-only preview party. Mike Addkison, of ADAPTEResponder Designs, has been asked to […]
Photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur documents human interactions with non-human animals, focusing on unnoticed situations of use, abuse and sharing of spaces. Her documentary project, We Animals, […]