Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center
July 11 - October 11, 2014
A group show exploring globalization and the notion of flatness, via artists of the Americas. (Psst: guys, somebody for sure a really long time ago proved that the earth is round, but, you know. We like flat screen TVs too.) Featuring works by Carlos Aires (Málaga, Spain), Mark Hogensen (San Antonio), Leigh Anne Lester (San Antonio), Rigoberto Luna (San Antonio), Cisco Merel (Panama City, Panama), Ann-Michele Morales (San Luis Potosí, Mexico), Ricardo Rendón (Mexico City), Ansen Seale (San Antonio), Xochi Solis (Austin) and Jason Villegas (Houston).
Check out the arty bus shelters designed by Andréa Caillouet, Lisa Elena Reese, and Jack W. Harrison P.E.!
By quoting art movements such as Pop Art, Conceptualism and Art Brut, Ortiz riffs on humorous and dramatic Tex-Mex cultural realities.
The gallery space will evolve as artists Christie Blizard and Mark Menjivar collaborate with each other, the surrounding community and gallery visitors. Works will be […]
Given a single suspended light bulb, the included artists will respond to the object with their own interpretive invention. Artists: Avi Avalos, Jesse Amado, Ken Little, Karen Mahaffy […]
Five exemplary San Antonio artists: Sarah Sudhoff, Saintlorraine (a collaboration between visual artist Kristy Perez & choreographer Britt Lorraine), Joey Fauerso, and Julia Barbosa Landois. […]
Nine emerging and mid-career artists from San Antonio, selected by legendary critic, curator, and art historian, Frances Colpitt.
Nate Cassie’s second “Vacancy” pop-up show is a night of performance-based work including a barber shop, product demonstrations and survival skills workshops, opening in conjunction […]
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center brings the unauthorized street posters of eleven not-so-street artists (most have M.F.A.’s!) into the museum for a look-see, in collaboration […]
Trans/Action brings together four artists who investigate into economy, corporate models and current marketing practices. These artists offer a fresh look into today’s view of […]
Ethel Shipton mixes up it up with works by Sarah Fisch, Karen Mahaffey, Cruz Ortiz and Chuck Ramirez.
"Gema is Spanish for gem or jewel. It is also the title of one of the most beloved songs in Mexican culture sung by every […]