McNay Art Museum
June 11 - August 17, 2014
13 emerging and mid-career abstract painters whose art is characterized in whole or part by high-key color, obsessive layering of surface imagery, use of overall and repeated patterns, stylized motifs, fragments of representation, and a tension between melancholy and the sublime. Including works by Jose Alvarez D.O.P.A, Ryan McGinness, Kamrooz Aram, Beatriz Milhazes, Charles Burwell, Jiha Moon, Annette Davidek, Paul Henry Ramirez, Fausto Fernandez, Rex Ray, Nancy Lorenz, Rosalyn Schwartz and Susan Chrysler White.
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 about Benglis and her ceramic work! Benglis will discuss her use of materials and process in relation to works she has created over […]
Looks like everyone has a take on the Warhol Factory.
Print dealers from around the US come to SA to show and sell prints, drawings, photographs and watercolors. Make sure to see William Shearburn Gallery […]