April 5 - 30, 2018
"Ancient Sunlight is an installation of material experiments —chemical reactions and physical interactions of sugar, salt, and starch—by multidisciplinary artist Holly Veselka. The form and surface of these materials reference biotic solar energy storage systems, and like these systems, they react to their environment, embody entropy, and decay over time."
“Two Heads Are Better Than One is an exhibition of large-scale sculptures inspired by traditional funeral death masks. For this exhibition, Jeremiah Teutsch sculpts the...Read More
A show of works by San Antonio-based artist Suzy Gonzalez.
“Formerly Past Tense examines the intersection of art and craft by presenting artists currently working in experimental contemporary fibers. Each artist invites new approaches to...Read More
A show featuring works by artist Daniela Cavazos Madrigal. From the gallery: “In response to the current anti-immigrant rhetoric, this work aims to speak against said...Read More
A show of works by San Antonio-based artist Charlie Kitchen. The photographs in the exhibition were created using selective exposure processes, allowing Kitchen to layer images onto one...Read More
A show of new works by San Antonio-based artist Anthony Rundblade. “Through printmaking and collage, Rundblade extends the life of documented history to expose underlying and...Read More
A show of works by San Antonio-based artist Justin Korver. The pieces in the exhibition draw on themes of modernity, masculinity, and materials.
A show of newly created minimalist sculptures, abstract works on paper, and video pieces.
An exhibition of ceramic sculptures and works on paper by Wesley Harvey. The works in the show draw largely from Queer Theory and explore the ideas...Read More
A show of new works by Jorge Villarreal. This exhibition continues a series of works Villarreal began in Cuba during the summer of 2016. ” In this series,...Read More
A show of works by San Antonio artist Brittany Ham. The pieces in the show were created during Ham’s residence at Hello Studio. Ham on her...Read More
An exhibition of works by artist Laura Blair Bodden. To create her photographs, Bodden constructs miniature landscapes in her studio that play with perception and reality.
An exhibition of works by Megan Solis, Hello Studio’s second resident. The works in the show draw on the “external and internal pressures to pursue...Read More
A collaborative exhibition spanning Hello Studio, the upstairs studios, and Blue Star Complex Space 112.
An exhibition of new works by T. Hopkins, Hello Studio’s first resident artist. Hopkins creates paintings using unassuming objects, including plastic bags, depressurized aerosol cans, and other...Read More
An exhibition of works that “explore art, craft, and the changing role of female artists throughout history.” Miller is the founder and director of Hello...Read More
An exhibition of works by San Antonio-based artist Casey Galloway. Using papermaking, weaving, crocheting, dyeing, and embroidery, Galloway explores notions of memory and change.
An exhibition featuring works inspired by the automobile industry. The two artists began collaborating after finding similar thought processes in their works. Beck is based out of...Read More
An exhibition of works by Tom Turner. Utilizing images taken from space, Turner’s works play with perceptions of color and ownership.
An exhibition of work by artist Sarah Fox that caresses and manipulates the intimate, vulnerable and flawed taboos surrounding singular definitions of normality.
An exhibition of artist Wesley Harvey’s latest series of narratives and collages on ceramics examining gay male sexuality and popular culture.
Art works by Brooklyn-based artist, writer, and musician Blake Schwarzenbach and Houston-based artist Tra’ Slaughter express the domestic, emotional impact of war.
Austin-based artist Manik Raj Nakra takes on the possibility of addressing the world as his own by taking cues from the narrative figurative style seen...Read More
This exhibition will be the first for owner/operator Amada Miller to showcase her work at the studio she built last March.
An installation by an evolving artist collective from Austin, on view by appointment through August 26.