Mass Gallery

Mass Gallery

http://www.massgallery.org/

(512) 470-9453

507 Calles Street, Suite 108

Austin, TX 78202

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Understory

An exhibition featuring works by four Texas-based artists who employ narrative and story telling in their work. Featuring art by Lee Baxter Davis, Hollis Hammonds, Trenton...

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The First Horizons of Juno

An exhibition of works by Christina Coleman, Jane Hugentober, Candice Lin, Karen Lofgren, Christine Rebet, Alice Wang, and Chantal Wnuk. The show begins by looking at...

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2016 HOTBOX RESIDENCY

MASS’ fourth annual Hotbox residency program featuring Kayle Karbowski (Milwaukee, WI) and Leah Shirley (New York, NY). For a month, each artist will use the gallery as...

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Extended Technique

An exhibition featuring works by David X Levine (NY, NY), Kaz Oshiro (Los Angeles, CA) and Xochi Solis (Austin, TX). The title of the show refers...

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Body Talk

An exhibition of works by Johnston Foster, Irena Jurek, and Jared Theis. Each artist explores interpretations of the natural world through anthropomorphic figures, mythological beings, and fanciful...

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Staycation

An exhibition that explores differing relationships to abstraction and painting. Artists include: Jeana Baumgardner, Anthony B Creeden, Ryan Davis, Caitlin Halloran, Dan Sutherland, and Raymond Uhlir. All artists live and work...

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Maura Murnane: Fashion Island

An exhibition by Irvine, CA-based artist Maura Murnane, the first ever winner of MASS’ Solo Cup award. “Titled after ambitiously/dreamily/nostalgically-named shopping districts in the Orange County...

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Mons Dew

An exhibition of works by Patrick Berran, Melissa Brown, Andy Coolquitt, Stacy Fisher and Shara Hughes. The five artists “transform traditional techniques and everyday objects into...

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2015 Hotbox Residency

A summer residency program where the gallery is turned into a working studio space. The two artists, Josh House and Rachel Simone Weil, are both Austin-based and...

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The Front: Straight Shot

A group exhibition featuring new works by members of the New Orleans artist-run collective and gallery, The Front, which uses the form and concept of...

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Close Encounters: Fantasizing Queer History

Held in conjunction with OUTsider Festival, this panel discussion brings together artists from two current exhibitions focusing on queer(ing) history: “Friendship and Freedom” and “Gay...

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Friendship and Freedom

Contemporary queer and feminist artworks, including photos by Leah DeVun documenting her personal collection of punk friendship books; drawings from Edie Fake re-imagining the facades...

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Alien Dreamtime

Screening of the 2003 Terence McKenna film.

The Extra Earth Analog

Issue #4 of Pastelegram magazine is here! “The Extra Earth Analog, guest edited by artist Mary Walling Blackburn, is an anti-authoritarian sourcebook for aliens–of both...

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O Stone Be Not So!

A group show of kinetic sculpture and large-scale kinetic installations. The show will feature work by Andy Holtin, Jenny LeBlanc, Gregory Witt, and Katie Wynne....

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Andy Rihn: Texas’ Longest Hammer Choir

MASS Gallery presents Andy Rihn’s Texas’ Longest Hammer Choir, a psychedelic worksong, film and denim-heavy installation experience. Conceived and directed by Texas artist Andy Rihn,...

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Mixtape Planetarium

MASS continues our Close Encounters program with Mixtape Planetarium, in conjunction with Scott Eastwood’s January 2013 exhibition They Never Die They Just Go To Sleep...

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Wally

MASS Gallery presents Wally, works in painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, and sculpture by six artists from across the U.S. The artists in Wally are linked...

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MASS Gallery presents: Public Access

An installation and performance  re-imagines the white-walled gallery as an anonymous public access television studio including a kitchen/cooking set, a living room set, a talk...

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Surface Tension

Artists Jarrod Beck (NY), Brooke Berger (San Diego), and Anna Krachey (Austin) present reflections of a physical world rationally examined.

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