September 16 - October 22, 2016
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 an imaginary future:"Some time from now, another people arrives (after ours). They will not know hierarchies, whatever those are. They will not divide between genders, sexualities, nor skins and hairs, whatever those are. Natives to their own landscape, theirs will be another horizon."
Ilea Avalos, Andrea Bonin, and Megan Kincheloe are recent graduates and began their collaborative relationship in the early years of school at the University of...Read More
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...Read More
Reece’s prints/collages that were on view recently at Okay Mountain were enjoyable. We remain to be convinced by the yin-yang-eyed Roman bust stuff. Is he...Read More
"Don’t Let Your Time Do You is an experimental collaboration between two Austin artists, Dave Bryant and Nathan Green. This exhibition will feature a large-scale...Read More
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...Read More
MASS will host a Q & A with Sarah Witt and Ian Gamble, creators of the Polymorphic Plastic Parade, which features a village of tipis...Read More
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...Read More
MASS presents supercool new work by Austin artist Anthony W. Garza.
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...Read More
MASS will be showing an assortment of their favorite videos in the gallery on Friday, May 1, from 5-7 pm. On Saturday May 2, from...Read More
As one of the four venues presenting 2009 Texas Biennial solo exhibits, Mass presents UTSA lecturer and the Cactus Bra co-founder Jayne Lawrence‘s composite forms.
Carlos Rosales-Silva is not only a student in UT’s Department of Art and Art History, he’s also an Okay Mountain staff member. Before heading to...Read More
"For the past two years, Mark P. Hensel has used his blog, comics, photographs, videos, and performances to construct the mythology of the Miizzzard, a...Read More
Coinciding with the East Austin Studio Tour, MASS Gallery presents a group show featuring the 9 artists behind the project space, including Jules Buck Jones,...Read More
Featuring recent work by Austin-based artists Ryan Lauderdale, Dylan Reece, Anthony Romero, and Corkey Sinks.
Solo show for artist Jesse Butcher.
Durham and Rios collaborated on this site-specific multi-media installation based on an imaginary religion, Americanism.
Mass Gallery, in conjunction with Austin Video Bee and Refraction Arts, presents "Fantasy Vision Meditation (In Color), a large-scale sculptural video installation by Austin-based artist...Read More
Large-scale collaborative work by Michelle Devereux, Max Juren, and Duncan Malashock.
Features work by Beck and Schoppel including drawings and site-specific sculptures that will grow, melt or collapse over the course of the exhibition.
Organized by Jill Pangallo & Alex P. White, Skote is a spontaneous performance event that originated in Athens, Georgia in the late 80
Kilgore is currently a design student at UT and Zuverza received his undergraduate degree from UTEP. Come and see what these youngsters can pull out...Read More
Featuring the paintings of Michael Berryhill, Mira Dancy, Virginia Yount and in collaboration with writing by Karen Davidson.
Curated by recent UT grad, Erick Michaud who has compiled an evening of video for all you videofiles. Includes some GREAT artists from Austin and...Read More