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Thresholds: Gerardo Nigenda Retrospective

International Museum of Art and Science

February 19 - June 7, 2015

Work by blind artist Gerardo Nigenda (1968-2010), who lost his sight at age 25 and began taking photographs at 32 with a camera given to him by documentarian Mary Ellen Mark. He described his photos as reflections of “what I smell, touch, and listen to,…the feeling I had when I took it.”



PAST

Ran Hwang: Game of Artifice

The inaugural participant in IMAS’s Artist in Residency Program, Korean artist Ran Hwang unveils a new installation, created over the course of 19 days and […]

Alfredo Alcalde: Human Expressions

Works by Peruvian artist Alfredo Alcalde, a disciple of great Latin-American artists Victor Humareda, Francisco Izquierdo and Guzmán Manzaneda.

Graham Toms: Rio Grande

Computer animation from 3D animator and Disney Institute educator Graham Toms. For this installation, users will navigate through a virtual environment that begins with the […]

Mark Cloet: C. Stone

For over a year Mark Cloet has been working alongside UTPA professors and students, IMAS, and various members of the community. Thursday evening will be […]

Benini: New Masterworks

After eighteen years, Benini returns from the Hill Country to the International Museum of Art & Science to showcase his latest works.

Colin Christian: Fast Forward

Fiberglass and silicone sculptures, inspired by Christian’s love of old sci-fi movies, pinup girls, anime, ambient electronic music, and H.P. Lovecraft. Christian created a signature […]

Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers

Seattle-based artist/activist Chris Jordan contrasts beautiful digital images with ugly statistics on consumer waste.

Arte de la Frontera

The International Museum of Art & Science presents Arte de la Frontera, curated by IMAS Executive Director Joseph Bravo and Tom Matthews. Artists include Cande […]

Ron English: You Are Not Here

In-your-face political paintings by Ron English, some 11′ x 22′. Prepare to feel small in the face of the corporate monster!

Where I Came From by Charles Criner

The International Museum of Art & Science presents Texan-born artist Charles Criner and the selection of work in Where I Came From. Consisting of paintings […]

Kirk Clark: Metaphysikos Ignites

Kirk Clark unleashes his exhibit Metaphysikos Ignites at IMAS! Throughout this body of work, Clark captures the resonance of sound in color. Enlightened by science […]

Olmec Head # 8

Check out the new Olmec Head that is now part of the permanent collection of IMAS! A great addition to the museum and the city of […]

Pedro Meyer: Heresies

A part of IMAS’ International Exhibits Exchange Program, organized by IMAS Curator, Maria Elena Macias, Heresies presents work by Mexican photographer Pedro Meyer.

Ancient Egypt: The Quest for Eternal Life

On loan from the private collection of Giovanni Amin, this exhibit hosts a selection of beautifully duplicated Egyptian treasures such as relief panels, the inner […]

Paul Valadez: FRAGMENTS

IMAS presents a MONSTER 450 piece exhibit featuring local artist and teacher Paul Valadez. Valadez, who resides in the Rio Grande Valley and is a […]

Cande Aguilar: World Affair

Cande Aguliar’s exhibition World Affair is a collection of unique large scale paintings that simultaneously reveal contemporary human pattern and reflect the colorful neighborhoods in the […]

Black & White Redefined

Showcasing the work of artists from Northern Tamaulipas and South East Texas, this invitational bi-national exhibition features work in various media by 40 artists on […]

Torture Instruments Through the Ages

Working in conjunction with Amnesty International, Human Rights organizations, and the United Nations, IMAS‘s torture show hopes to promote "compassion, tolerance and cultural diversity."