McNay Art Museum
Drawing upon two volumes of essays, Filler, Architecture Critic for New York Review of Books focuses on the effect architects, patrons, and communities have on [...]
CUT! Costume and the Cinema takes an in-depth look at the art of making costumes through the British costumer, Cosprop Ltd.
Lyle Williams, Curator, Prints and Drawings, discusses American scenes in art.
Grant Wood and Thomas Hart Benton, two great American artists, attempted to define what was American about American art in the early 20th century. These [...]
Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera is an in depth exhibition exploring Rockwell’s study photographs, commissioned by the artist as references for his paintings. Organized by [...]
The McNay hosts dealers from around the U.S. who bring prints, drawings, watercolors, and photographs to show and sell. Saturday, March 2, from 10am–5pm, Sunday, [...]
Scene and costume designs put San Antonio’s Fiesta—from NIOSA and Charreada to the Coronation of the Queen of the Order of the Alamo and Cornyation—into [...]
Wesley Harvey explores concepts of gender, identity, and love in his ceramic and assembled works. The artist’s fascination with kitsch is visible in his small [...]
40 modern sculptures focusing on the most universal of subjects, the human body.
Selections from the Whitney’s collection, focus on the tension and overlap between two strong currents in 20th-century art: realism and Surrealism.
For the art-curious and expert alike, this whirlwind introduction tackles recent issues-from appropriation to digital performance-setting the stage for works on view in Majority Rules: [...]
Since 2003, the McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum has purchased one or two works of art for the McNay’s collection at the group’s annual fall View [...]
New footage of German artist Gerhard Richter painting in his studio alternates with intimate conversations with critics, collaborators, dealers, and rare archival material.
Artist Justin Boyd, and UT prof Leonard Moore tackle Radcliffe Bailey’s themes of water, blues, and blood in a new lecture series. Space is limited. [...]
A workshop with artist with Bernice Appelin-Williams using monoprint and photo-transfer processes. Participants should bring two copies of two personal photographs. Ages 13+. McNay members [...]
Ana Fernandez’s paintings and works on paper explore depictions of true crime, sex, paranormal activity, mythology, and the occult in her adopted hometown of San [...]
A survey of works by the acclaimed Atlanta-based artist, organized by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.
Factory superstars reenact the Kennedy assassination and the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald over and over again. Free for McNay members; $5 for nonmembers.
Warhol’s classic film portraits of subjects including Nico, Lou Reed, Edie Sedgwick, and Dennis Hopper with new soundtracks by Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips. It’s [...]
Impersonating Liza Minelli, actor Gloria Sanchez offers a hilarious take on celebrity and mortality. Sanchez references Andy Warhol: Fame and Misfortune through a combination of [...]
Rene Paul Barilleaux, Chief Curator/Curator of Art after 1945, explores the original source material for Warhol’s most iconic images, and the later use of appropriated [...]
Chris Sauter’s eight-hour video homage to Andy Warhol’s film substitutes San Antonio’s Southtown iconic Pioneer Flour Mills grain elevator for the Empire State Building.
Recently acquired drawings from the McNay’s collection by Leonardo Drew, David Hockney, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, Joan Snyder, Richard Stankiewicz, Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol, and [...]
In 1945, Random House commissioned Adolf Dehn to illustrate a new authoritative edition of Guy de Maupassant’s most famous short stories. The 20 prints in [...]
Contrasting aproaches to theater design in two antithetical styles: the spare, clean lines of the Bauhaus challenging the painterly illusionism of the Baroque.
Sarah Sudhoff presents works from the Repository series, a clinical examination of personal trauma through photography. Sudhoff is cofounder of the Austin Center for Photography [...]
A look at Warhol’s lifelong obsession with both celebrity and disaster. This exhibition, exclusive to the McNay, (and with a $15 special admission fee!) is [...]
Warhol’s first feature film, this playful parody follows Taylor Mead (Tarzan) and Naomi Levine (Jane) through a series of Hollywood adventures, including encounters with Dennis [...]
Hear America’s most sought-after costume designer! Tickets: $7 McNay members, $15 nonmembers, $5 for educators and students with an I.D. A professor of drama at [...]
Since 1988 collector and software entrepreneur Peter Norton has commissioned an art edition to celebrate the holiday season. The Norton Family sends these objects as [...]
Works by Trinity University assistant professor Jon Lee, a master craftsman both in the U.S. and his native Republic of Korea. Lee, who makes his [...]