Fl!ght Gallery

Fl!ght Gallery

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210.872.2586

134 Blue Star

San Antonio, TX 78204

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Hills Snyder: Altered States

An exhibition of drawings by Hills Snyder. The works in the show are based on Snyder’s travels to Nowhere, Oklahoma; Happy, Texas; Lost Springs, Wyoming; Keystone, South Dakota;...

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Amada Claire Miller: Motherlode

A show of works by San Antonio artist Amada Claire Miller. The exhibition consists of works that explore fiber art as painting and challenge “the assumptions...

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Ansen Seale: The Transient Landscape

An exhibition of photographs by Ansen Seale. The works in the show were created using a special digital camera created by Seale that takes thousands of vertical image...

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Fotos y Artefactos

An exhibition curated by David Salinas and featuring artists from Los Angeles and Houston. The show includes works by Darwin Arevalo, Drew Bacon, Dylan Conner, Bill Daniel,...

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Kelsi Sharp: Tap to View

An exhibition of snaps (from the phone app Snapchat) that have been captured by the artist.

David Salinas: Nueva Antigua

“Salinas has been busy exploring the old of his new city through coffee-fueled lenses or pulling stacks of photographic gold from mysterious chemical baths.” I.e.:...

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Stuart Allen: Soap Bubbles and Glass

An exhibition of two new series of works by Stuart Allen. The pieces explore the distortion of looking through objects when “daylight is deconstructed and re-assembled.”

YES (the river knows)

A group exhibition to inaugurate Flight’s new space in the Blue Star Complex. Featuring: Alex Rubio, Andy Benavides, Ethel Shipton, Tommy Gregory, Vincent Valdez and many more.

Itch

What better way to celebrate the day FL!GHT entered the world eleven years ago than with a jam-packed, 59-person extravaganza.

Markers

Artists: Casey Arguelles Gregory, Lucas Johnson, Cathie Kayser, Kenny Lantz, Aaron Munoz, Kyle Olson, Gissett Padilla, Troy Stanley and Magda Boltz- Wilson Organized by:Techang

Gwynn Griffith: Shoe Sale

Inspiration from the closet: oil paintings of shoes for Griffith’s first solo show.

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