K Space Contemporary
March 2 - April 27, 2018
"Edge Friction by Leticia Bajuyo is a site-specific installation of large-scale, interactive walls, ceilings, horns and tubes made primarily of CDs and DVDs. The memory discs are woven together to create a CD “fabric,” which is attached to aluminum or wooden frames to form various shapes. The shimmering structures are suspended from the ceiling, attached to false walls and wheels, or simply hung on the wall. Interactive audio elements and computer controlled lights heighten the experience. Bajuyo will present gallery talks and workshops throughout the run of the show."
A group exhibition featuring works inspired by Groundhog Day and Valentine’s Day.
!Viva La Lucha! is a group exhibition that focuses on the traiditon of Mexican freestyle wrestling known as “Lucha Libre.”
“American Dream is a national juried exhibition of works by artists questioning, provoking, resisting, reflecting, and healing through making.”
An exhibition by David Bogus. From the gallery: In The Bogus Boutique, high heel shoes, punk rock lock necklaces, anchors, over-sized fishing hooks, suitcases, cigarette lighters, cases...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Kerstin Dale, Lenard Brown, and Jack Gron. Dale creates plywood sculpture inspired by the Grand Canyon and Colorado River, Brown makes drawings and...Read More
A show of large-scale figure paintings by Lubbock artist Ghislaine Fremaux.
K Space Contemporary’s 10th annual Third Coast National juried exhibition! This year’s show was juried by Sharon Kopriva and features 59 artists from across the US.
An exhibition featuring works that utilize light as a medium. Featuring works by Jennifer Arnold, Lori Qualls Edwards, Phyllis Finley, Amorette Garza, Lynda Jones, Louis Katz,...Read More
An exhibition of works by South Texas artists Cande Aguilar, Jorge Puron, and Mauricio Saenz. All three artists draw inspiration from their life growing up along...Read More
An exhibition of sculptures by Houston-based artist Sandy Tramel. The works in the show are constructed from found objects, glue, acrylic and gel medium, and evoke...Read More
An exhibition of large-scale pinhole photographs of Cleveland bridges by Vaughn Wascovich. The artists manipulates the photographic negatives with various media and techniques, resulting in photographs...Read More
The dedication ceremony for a 54 panel mural commissioned by K Space Contemporary. The mural, located at 619 Chaparral Street, represents a full deck of cards, with...Read More
An exhibition of 2’x2′ panels decorated by South Texas artists in the spirit of Mexican design.
The 8th annual, juried Third Coast National exhibition features 46 works by 35 artists from around the country–including photography, painting, drawing, and sculpture.
An exhibition of work by three artists who create both jewelry and fine art.
An exhibition featuring conceptual works by artist Justin Gainan.
A show of artist Julia Curran’s a frenzied satire of hyper-masculine insecurities and the apocalyptic pitfalls of capitalist America on steroids.
An exhibition of new copper etchings and monoprints by artist Cassie Normandy White playing with shape, color, and repetition.
Now in its 3rd year, CAMCC is a month of art exhibitions and events throughout the city. Complete list of exhibitions & events HERE
An exhibition featuring new virtual 3D images, video, and sculpture by Pennsylvania artist Joe Meiser.
A show of new works by fiber artist Paula Gron incorporating found or collected materials.
Celebrating the tradition of life drawing, this installation lines the gallery walls with gestural human form drawings by a number of local artists. A show...Read More
This year’s juror was Mark “Scrapdaddy” Bradford!
Drawings from the Austin-based artist.
Ruiz uses of narrative elements to build stories that are both familiar and mysterious.
K Space Contemporary invites you to check out their 7th annual Third Coast National, juried by Austin artist Andy Coolquitt. Third Coast National draws artists from...Read More
K Space Contemporary presents High in Fiber, an exhibition of contemporary fiber art. The show includes innovative versions of sewn and stuffed works of art....Read More
Founded in 2007, the Texas Atomic Iron Commission is a collaborative organization that brings together universities, industry, students and artists. The commission provides members with...Read More
Selected contemporary artists who live in Corpus Christi and the surrounding area, with the artist’s biographies and resumé highlights. Participating artists include: Chris Anderson, Mateo...Read More
A collaborative installation fashions plastic sea-trash into a cast of grotesque pods and creatures, foretelling the slow decline of the ecological balance of the Gulf...Read More
Festivities include The Apocalypse Show, The Ornament Show, and a 5th Anniversary Party
Juror, and Glastire contributor, Christina Rees waded through 559 works of art submitted by 186 artists for this national juried exhibition.