June 23 - July 23, 2017
A show of works by 2017 Eyes Got It! Winner, San Antonio-based artist Cade Bradshaw. The artist on his work: "Formally trained in biology, my work uses a scientific process to explore the complexity of our world. I make observations about our environments and lives, then devise quantitative and qualitative studies. Through this analysis, I make objects exploring the nature of our realities."
An exhibition celebrating local collectors that support artists in Austin. The works in the show come from the collections of: Ann Berman & Shawn Smith, Mike...Read More
Joshua Tree, California-based artist Kate McCabe will be screening films from the past ten years and will premiere her new 16mm film You and I Remain....Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Hollis Hammonds, Jenn Hassin and Claude Van Lingen. All three artists in the show share in worrying about the future: environmental hazards,...Read More
A show of works Jana Swec created in collaboration with other artists. The pieces aim to explore the unexpected outcomes of working with other people on...Read More
“This exhibition brings together two photographers who dive into the human body through surgeries, implants and medical waste. Erin Neve uses her own experience with...Read More
“The Way Out Is The Way Two, produced over a period of four years, is an interlocking series of shorts ranging in subject from African-American...Read More
A show featuring art by Elizabeth Chiles & John Swanger. “The artists’ works interact and form conversations around questions of luminosity, surface, materials, color and practices of...Read More
From the gallery: “Anthropocene examines the acceptance of what is outwardly visible versus what’s beneath the surface. Jonas Hart, Dameon Lester and Melissa Loop illustrate...Read More
An exhibition of works by Austin artist W. Tucker. Via the gallery: “Using his non-dominant hand, Tucker, creates childlike line drawings on found, tattered surfaces such...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by members of “The Contemporary Austin’s Crit Group, an eight-month program that combines group critique with professional development to support the...Read More
An event celebrating the release of Conflict of Interest’s first book, featuring all articles, interviews, lists, and featured work published by the site between May 2015 and April...Read More
An exhibition by Austin artist Rachel Wolfson Smith, the winner of the 2016 Eye’s Got It! visual art competition. Smith creates “mural-scaled graphite drawings of crashing cars and...Read More
A screening of 16mm films by Anna Kipervaser and Alex Cunningham. From the gallery: “Kipervaser and Cunningham each explore intersections between abstraction and translation, structure and...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by eight resident artists of RedLine, a prolific Colorado contemporary art center. “Through diverse media ranging from video to painting to installation,...Read More
An exhibition of work by Rachel Bury & Zack Ingram that explores the “dichotomy of looking to the future and exploring your past.” Bury creates painterly sculptures that...Read More
An exhibition of works by Austin-based artist Rebecca Marino. The works in the show are inspired by “a found document compiled to prove the existence and...Read More
An exhibition of works by UT Arlington faculty members Carlos Donjuan & Marilyn Jolly. Both artists share an interest in “special qualities of materials and color...Read More
A release party for the fifth issue of fields. The magazine features interviews and profiles with artists, poets, musicians, and writers.
An exhibition of works by Margaret Craig and Tonja Torgerson. Both artists have an atypical approach to printmaking: Craig prints discarded plastic to create reef-like installations, and Torgerson “explores...Read More
An exhibition of works by Hector Hernandez & Robert Jackson Harrington. The artists will display work from their individual practices as well as collaborative work that...Read More
An exhibition of works by Jonas Criscoe & Brian Johnson. The show features large silkscreen and mixed media works by Criscoe and ink on mylar drawings by Johnson....Read More
An exhibition by Austin-based artist Shawn Smith. By creating both animal and natural forms using small painted wooden blocks, Smith “examines the evolutionary confrontation between nature and...Read More
An exhibition with works by nine artists who participated in The Contemporary Austin’s Crit Group 2015 program. This show includes work in all media and...Read More
An exhibition of mixed media drawings San Antonio artist Hiromi Tsuji Stringer, winner of the annual visual art competition, “Eye’s Got It!”
An exhibition of new paintings, drawings, installations, sculpture, sound, and video by artist Elizabeth McDonald engaging the cultural need to scapegoat and the rituals that...Read More
An exhibition featuring artist Terry Maker’s latest sculptural works, which incorporate commonplace objects and reflect ideas of the human condition and the quest for redemption.
ERC presents a program of short films by Jeremy Moss, including his Super8 surrealist documentary Those Inescapable Slivers of Celluloid, hand-made abstract films, dance films...Read More
Jenny Granberry’s watercolor portraits, Jaelah Kuehmichel’s mixed media paintings, and Joe Sinness’ colored pencil drawings dissect social undercurrents, personal identities, and cultural language.
Mixed media paintings focus on winged insects, arthropods, and the even smaller organisms that live within them.
Legacy and heritage are the key influence of this two-artist show featuring mixed media paintings.
Lawrence presents drawings, sculptures and videos “where the theme of nourishment and its relationship to gender, sexuality and ritual is explored.”
Michael Anthony Garcia is an Austin artist.