McNay Art Museum

McNay Art Museum

http://www.mcnayart.org

(210) 824-5368

6000 North New Braunfels

San Antonio, TX 78209

CURRENT

Artists Looking at Art: Megan Solis

McNay Art Museum

August 7 - 26, 2017

"Megan Solis’ installations are populated with repurposed items including toys, clothing, and furniture from her adolescence which are used as the backdrop for performances exploring themes such as nostalgia, mental health, and destructive behavior."

Groovy: A Psychedelic Summer

McNay Art Museum

May 9 - August 27, 2017

A show of artworks exploring "color, pattern, and new technology during a time when contemporary art as we know it was in its infancy." Featuring works by Edna Andrade, Robert Gordy, and Joe Tilson and a video by June Paik and John Godfrey.



PAST

Juan Mora: Culture Clash

A show of linocuts by San Antonio artist Juan de Dios Mora. The works “tell stories of the clash and mix of cultures along the Texas-Mexico...

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Klee at the McNay

A show of works by Paul Klee. Inspired by Expressionism, Cubism, and Surrealism, Klee created art and was influential to many artists developing their careers in Europe...

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Film: Frida

From the McNay: “Julie Taymor’s lush, visually stunning biopic is strongest in the performances by Salma Hayek as the iconic Frida Kahlo and Alfred Molina...

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ARTMATTERS 16: John Fraser

An exhibition of works by John Fraser. Drawing from the McNay’s collection, the artist’s studio, and select museum collections, this show explores the past 25 years of Fraser’s...

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Jennifer Steinkamp: Botanic 3

An exhibition of works by Los Angeles-based artist Jennifer Steinkamp. Botanic 3 was created in 2015 and features animated flowering plants that are being blown by un...

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Jim Dine: Salome Reimagined

In 1987, the Houston Grand Opera invited Jim Dine to execute set and costume design for Richard Strauss’s opera Salome. This exhibition features 30 pastel drawings created by...

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McNay Instameet: #McNayMeet

Go to the McNay and meet fellow Instagrammers! Go outside and take some selfies with art in the background!

Lecture: Obey Shepard Fairey

Art history professor James Daichendt discusses street art as a global movement and the influence of Shepard Fairey’s protest prints.

Artists Looking at At Art: Raul Gonzalez

An exhibition of works by Raul Gonzalez. The artist creates works that are inspired by “popular culture, his Latino heritage, personal struggles, and creative triumphs.”

Conversation: Made in Berlin

René Paul Barilleaux, Chief Curator/Curator of Contemporary Art at the McNay; Mary Heathcott, Executive Director, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum; and past Blue Star Berlin...

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Meet the Future 2016: A Pop-up Exhibition

A pop-up show highlighting San Antonio-based artists. Including works by Ricky Armendariz, Waddy Armstrong, Larry Graeber, Mira Hnatyshyn-Hudson, Victoria Suescum, and Sandy Whitby.

Miró: The Experience of Seeing

An exhibition featuring the later works of Joan Mirό. Drawn entirely from the collection of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, Spain, the...

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Artists Looking at Art: Christie Blizard

An exhibition/lecture by Christie Blizard, a San Antonio based artist. Blizard’s recent work has focused on popular culture, specifically, pop-up guerrilla performances where they hold up...

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Stephen Westfall: The Holy Forest

An art work by New York-based painter, writer, and educator Stephen Westfall– the fourth installation in the annual AT&T Lobby series.

Lesley Dill: Performance as Art

An exhibition focuses on the performance work of New York-based artist Lesley Dill, bringing together costumes, ephemera, photographs, and video projections from more than two...

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Recycled, Repurposed, Reborn

An exhibition featuring a selection of collages and assemblage sculptures from all parts of the museum’s collection.

Viva Zapata!

An exhibition drawn from the McNay’s collection of Mexican modernist prints, exploring various artist’s depictions of the controversial revolutionary figure, Emiliano Zapata.

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