February 12 - March 12, 2016
An exhibition of works by Alyce Santoro. "A major component of her work is creating underlying and holistic relationships between seemingly disparate aspects of the art she makes, the whole being greater than the sum of its parts, the interaction between the different aspects of her work being an important part of the overall "landscape" of her creative process."
An exhibition of works that are executed in black and white. “The strength and individuality of each work by the 16 artists is the most...Read More
Wall reliefs and drawings by Los Angeles-based Greg Colson. His first exhibition in Marfa reflects Colson’s direct way of combining unlikely materials and sociological observations...Read More
The phrase L’Homme Dérangé means “man, deranged.” The three artists represented in the show of this title—Danielle Georgiou, Hillary Holsonback, and Katherine Alexander use video...Read More
Cassandra Emswylier, Michelle Mackey, Yelizaveta Nersesova, Hillary Holsonback, Raychael Stine
Jeff Zilm, John Pomara, Jeff Elrod, Eugenio Basualdo, Dustin Pevey, and YOU! Curated by Jeff Elrod.
TCU Visiting Professor Raychael Stine opens and exhibit of works at Eugnene Binder in Marfa. Stine makes small, beautiful paintings of her dogs that are...Read More