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Austin, Texas 78721
Another Ground features collaborative and independent works by Jack Arthur Wood and Jessica Cannon. “Since meeting on Instagram a little more than two years ago,...Read More
Between Us features works by six RISD printmakers: Audrey Danze Blood, Camila Escobar, Valeria Rachel Herrera, Anna McNeary, Kelly Taylor Mitchell, and K. Sarrantonio. The exhibition...Read More
A new sculpture by artist Perrin Turner. The installation, which examines and reinterprets Stone Mountain, was created during Turner’s six-week residency at Not Gallery.
From the gallery: “Boons is an image-based conversation between A.C. Rogers, Bucky Miller, and Kayla Jones. Through three distinct conceptions of photography, the exhibit presents...Read More
An exhibition of works by Cameron Coffman. In the show, Coffman “questions how the mundane may represent the feeling of loss or longing around the disorder...Read More
An exhibition of new works on paper by Ricardo Vicente Jose Ruiz. The works in the show are based on traditions of storytelling and inspired by...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Austin-based artist Ryan Davis.
An exhibition featuring artists Zoe Berg, Cameron Coffman, Braxton Congrove, Aaron Meyers, Rachael Starbuck, and Perrin Turner.
An exhibition of new watercolors by Austin-based artist Alex Diamond.
An exhibition of glazed collages by Austin-based artist Andrew Riggins exploring the makings of humans–body and soul.
An exhibition featuring Austin artist Katie Rose Pipkin’s experimental collaborations with a number of algorithms, bots, generators, and code snippets dissecting and reassembling language. The...Read More
A show of artist Melissa Murray’s new series of objects exploring truths beyond surface filters.
A show featuring Austin artist Manik Raj Nakra’s series incorporating superstition, historical Indian iconography and ancient architecture–as well as a new, limited edition zine of...Read More
A show featuring vibrant, layered and intertwined visual patterns by Austin artist Ryan Thayer Davis. Turn Slowly.
Fueled by experiences with lust and loss, paintings by Austin-based artist Laurel Shear explore the bed and sheets as evidence of both ecstasy and grief.