Freight Gallery & Studios
1913 S Flores
San Antonio, TX 78204
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An exhibition featuring artists who explore the concept of power. The show was curated by Mark Anthony Martinez and Alana J Coates and includes works by Abel Ortiz...Read More
A show of works by San Antonio artist Raul Gonzalez. “In Doing Werk Gonzalez draws on his seemingly endless well of skill and energy to create...Read More
A show of works by San Antonio artist and architect Todd Wascher. “Drawing on the influences of South Texas culture, science fiction, and graffiti and working...Read More
A show of Jazz, Blues, and New Orleans-inspired work by artist Steven G. Smith. From the gallery: “Steven’s paintings read like a John Coltrane solo,...Read More
An exhibition organized by curator Elsa Henderson and featuring works by Hiromi Stringer, Hannah Garrison, Kara Stevens, Jonathan A. Davis, Sarah Fox, Andrew Leo Stansbury, Rachael L....Read More
A show of works by Jose Cosme. Cosme uses art as a way of processing and healing from his experiences—earlier in life, he was wrongfully imprisoned for murder...Read More
A group exhibition featuring works by Hiromi Stringer, Hannah Garrison, Kara Stevens, Jonathan A. Davis, Robyn Brakel, Andrew Leo Stansbury, Rachael L. Acosta, Samuel Velasquez, Jose...Read More
For Second Saturday at Freight Gallery, artists Katie Kehoe and Jen Frost Smith use found materials to create a pier installation that will function as...Read More
An exhibition of works by Raul Gonzalez. In this body of work, Gonzalez uses a synthesis of images to attempt to depict all of Texas’ qualities.
An exhibition of works by the seven resident artists of Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery. The show will feature works by Sunday Ballew, Carol Cunningham, Colleen O’Brien,...Read More
From the gallery: “Slight Pressure refers to the idea that forces outside of our control shape and help form our identities. Moments and events that...Read More
An exhibition featuring “abstracted narratives” by San Antonio artist David M. Alcantar–formal constructions that visualize the negotiations of life.