McNay Art Museum
September 30 - January 10, 2016
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 exhibition features more than 50 paintings, drawings, and sculptures.
San Antonio filmmakers and new media artists Mark and Angela Walley will be present at a special screening of their collaborative films from the past...Read More
Influenced by photographers Russell Lee and Garry Winogrand, John Dyer has spent over 30 years documenting the people and culture of San Antonio, South Texas,...Read More
Leslie Raymond & Jason Jay Stevens will show selections from 12 years’ worth of work as experimental cinema duo Potter-Belmar Labs. The program includes the...Read More
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...Read More
Thirty drawings by abstract artist Burgoyne Diller, representing his long career, from early Cubist experimentations in the 1930s to severe, geometric studies for sculptures in...Read More
Inventor of the “family room,” the ball clock, and the storage wall, mid-century designer George Nelson’s retrospective traces the prolific writer, publicist, lecturer, exhibition curator...Read More
Drawing on art movements including Dada, Nouveau Réalisme, Arte Povera, and Pop art, New Image Sculpture assembles works by emerging and mid-career artists who transform...Read More
For the fourteenth presentation in the ARTMATTERS series, the McNay presents Sandy Skoglund’s surreal sculptural installation The Cocktail Party. Recently acquired for the McNay’s collection,...Read More
Painter Sara Vanderbeek explores potraiture in depictions of McNay staff, docents, members, and extended museum family. The Artists Looking At Art series salutes the vitality...Read More
Over the past five years, San Antonio-based artist Joey Fauerso created a series of handpainted animations representing the "nature of human consciousness". This exhibition features...Read More
This fall the McNay Art Museum presents Calder to Rauschenberg, a selection of works the collection of Jeanne and Irving Mathews. This exhibition focuses on...Read More
Landscapes from the Age of Impressionism includes many of the Brooklyn Museum’s finest works from this period and chronicles the evolution of 19th-century French open-air...Read More
From the mid-1960s up to the early 2000s, the artist Richard Anuskiewicz tried his hand at printmaking to complete a commission in 1963 from the...Read More
The McNay challenges renowned art historian Linda Nochlin’s 1971 ARTnews essay Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? in this exhibition Neither Model nor...Read More
For the first time the McNay presents the work of French Symbolist Charles Dulac- a perfect example of French color lithography from the late 19th...Read More
Jasper Johns at the McNays: Past and Present showcases more than 30 works by Johns from the McNay Art Museum’s collection and is the first...Read More
For six decades, the McNay architecture and grounds have provided backdrops for thousands of bridal photographs. Check out Rob Ziebell’s "artist response" to the countless...Read More
TruthBeauty presents over 130 masterworks from modernist photographers such as Alvin Langdon Coburn, F. Holland Day, Robert Demachy, Frederick Evans, Gertrude Kasebier, Heinrich Kuhn, Edward Steichen...Read More
The McNay presents An Impressionist Sensibility, an exhibition featuring a private collection of American paintings of the Impressionist era formed by San Antonians Marie and...Read More
Anne Wilkes Tucker, the Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, presents a lecture Personal Visions of Beauty-...Read More
Check out what’s new at the McNay!!
"On February 6, 2006, 200 old master paintings were restituted to Marei von Saher, the daughter-in-law and sole living heir of Jacques Goudstikker, 66 years...Read More
"Monseau continues her exploration of the monumental landscape in this 2-channel piece, with the McNay’s octagonal space lending itself to the resonance and echo that...Read More
Some people seem to think Marioni’s paintings are spiritually moving. We’re just trying to figure out what the "Radical Concrete movement" is.
Nearly 50 indoor and outdoor works are installed in the McNay’s new galleries and sculpture garden of the Stieren Center for Exhibitions.
The McNay presents a strong show of Godwin‘s work from the early 1950s though the mid-60s. Godwin was one of a handful of female artists,...Read More
In time for the holidays, the McNay lightens things up with an exhibit of original figures, sets, and props from The Nightmare Before Christmas, which...Read More
Check out the brand new Jane and Arthur Stieren Center for Exhibitions, which is currently housing the museum’s entire postwar collection of American art. Also...Read More
As the days grow shorter and the shadows longer, the McNay sets the stage for Halloween and
Also don't miss the panel discussion on Thursday, October 25, 6:30 pm with Vincent Valdez, former SA artist, Marion Oettinger of SAMA, Jacinto Quirarte, Art...Read More
Vintage photos of San Antonio's beloved Alameda Theater.
Part of the McNay's series of exhibitions that focus on contemporary living artists, they present Hammond, who is well known for paintings and works on...Read More