Mass Gallery

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507 Calles Street, Suite 108

Austin, TX 78202

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2015 Hotbox Residency

Mass Gallery

August 10 - September 7, 2015

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 will be able to engage with the Austin community throughout the residency.


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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Julie Moon & Rick Mansfield: Green Zone

Moon is a Canadian ceramic artist and Mansfield is a sculptor primarily working with bronze living and working in Austin, TX. Both artists meld inanimate […]

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 […]

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. […]

David Prince: The Tragedy of the Enclosure

Prince’s installation brings together images and objects collected from the artist’s own backyard and the Monet Gardens in France. The objects have been altered by […]

Michael Ricioppo & Drew Liverman: Young Sons

MASS Gallery presents Young Sons, a selection of works by longtime collaborators Michael Ricioppo and Drew Liverman. Rather than work alongside one another, the artists […]

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, […]

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 […]


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 […]

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 […]

Surface Tension

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

Tim Brown: Purple Heart/ Retrospective

Tim Brown, founding partner and member of Okay Mountain gallery and collective, explores his past through nostalgic objects and ephemera in Purple Heart/ Retrospective at […]

Sam Sanford: Color Spaces

For the E.A.S.T. studio tour MASS presents new paintings and video by Austin-based artist Sam Sanford, who uses only cyan, magenta, and yellow paint, mimicking […]

Inspired Inspirations: Eeew, that MASSty

MASS has recently acquired some super duper talented new staff members and to celebrate they’re having a staff show! There will be paintings, installations, sculpture […]

Polymorphic Plastic Parade Q & A

MASS will host a Q & A with Sarah Witt and Ian Gamble, creators of the Polymorphic Plastic Parade, which features a village of tipis […]

Corky Sinks: mardr

Texas-born, Austin-based artist Sinks’ work "examines the way bits of information are transferred from source to source and the space that exists between sources. As […]

Kalup Linzy: Keys to Our Heart

Brooklyn-based video and performance artist Kalup Linzy‘s Keys to Our Heart was originally created for Prospect.1 New Orleans in 2008, and is part of the […]

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