Pump Project Art Complex
July 8 - August 13, 2016
The culmination of of The Contemporary Austin’s Teen Artist + Mentor Program.Exhibiting Teen Artist + Artist-Mentors include: Prisila Cansino-Anaya + Shelley Wood, Nicole Rose Hockaday + Amanda McInerney, Miette Kaylor + Delilah Rose Knuckley, Alyx Madera + Terra Goolsby, Mónica Martínez + Susi Brister, Joshua Mayo-Reese + Troy Allen, Jacob Mendez + Abraham Mong, Daisy Pesina + Claudia Aparicio-Gamundi, Adetoro Soyemi + Rebecca Rothfus Harrell, Juan Salcedo + Adrian Aguilera.
An exhibition of works by Austin-based artist TJ Lemanski. From the gallery: Using the disposable and prosaically toxic, Lemanski has sought out veneration and repose....Read More
An exhibition of drawings by Leah Dyjak. In this show, Dyjak uses sand and salt to create drawings that “attempt to chart the unknown.”
An exhibition of new works by Elizabeth Chiles that “arrest and extend time in order to contemplate our internal lives and the physical world.” The show features...Read More
An exhibition of works by Ashley Thomas. The artist’s drawings and collages “acknowledge aspects of femininity that are often considered sentimental or banal and aim to...Read More
The first reading put on by Austin-based online art publication Conflict of Interest. The event is a release celebration of Conflict of Interest contributor Micah...Read More
An exhibition of installation works throughout the Pump Project complex. Utilizing previously unused spaces, Schwaiger’s installations “facilitate an awareness of the construction of meaning.”
“Witness the return of APOPHIS-9000! Reconfigured into a form powerful beyond imagination!! All hail APOPHIS! The World Encircler! He who waits beyond the Western horizon!...Read More
A fundraiser supporting the Austin-based art podcast Free Beer.
An exhibition of drawings by Kevin McNamee-Tweed. The works are painted in sumi ink on tan paper and are both sarcastically biting and sincere. In conjunction...Read More
A group exhibition featuring works by Jade Abner, Michael Muelhaupt, Rachael Starbuck, and Frank Wick. The artists within the show utilize abstraction to “deconstruct our self-awareness with...Read More
An exhibition of collaborative work by ten teen artist and local artist-mentor pairs, an initiative of The Contemporary Austin’s Teen Artist + Mentor Program.
A group exhibition of the “Eyes Got It!” art competition, featuring the work of ten semi-finalist artists Melissa Borrell, Cameron Coffman, Jennifer Datchuk, Kate Garner,...Read More
A show of large, whimsical paintings made over the past 3 years by artist and musician Ethan Azarian.
An exhibition of recent works by artists Sarah Leighty and Matt Wester, with sales benefiting art therapy for veterans .
An exhibition of artist Caitlin G. McCollom’s new series of paintings using specific color symbology to interpret and find beauty in the disorder and decay...Read More
Its title referencing the hexadecimal representation of black, this show features paint, code, video, and installation work by collaborating Austin artists Kyle Evans and Jessica...Read More
Sculpture and photography by Autsin-based artist Adam Crosson, including works created on residency at The Royal College of Art.
Solo exhibition of artist Elizabeth McDonald, whose work is inspired by ideas of ritual and forces beyond control.
Curator Russell Etchen presents painters Bill Haveron, El Franco Lee II, and Dylan Roberts: “With an appreciation for cartoons and comics, the figurative and the...Read More
Cayton and Hyland are collaborating on a room-sized fantastical landscape installation.
This project by The Contemporary Austin pairs 10 professional artist-mentors with 10 high school art students. This exhibition is the culminating experience, featuring work by...Read More
Work by the 2016 M.F.A. candidates at UT Austin, including Adam Boley, Adam Crosson, Annie May Johnson, Gracelee Lawrence, Bryan Martello, Elizabeth McClellan, Annie Miller,...Read More
A study of memory and imagination through built photographs and sculpture.
Palmer is interested in people that break down barriers and redefine what it is to be a woman.
Work exploring the aftermath of collapse- industrial, socio-economical, natural and personal disasters.
The Austin Community College art faculty will have their annual exhibit at the Pump Project Art Complex.
A group show curated by artist Lana Waldrep, featuring works of Sonya Berg, Janet Bruhn, Carrie Cook, Owen Falco Dreysdale, Jess Laskosky, Jenny Sidhu Mullins,...Read More
In this exhibit Andy St. Martin’s paintings work in conjunction with sculpture by Chris Levack. Levack’s open-structure sculpture creates an interplay with St. Martin’s paintings...Read More
Explores the many methods and styles of drawing through the lens of over 40 Austin artists.
See the what the WPA has been up to this year during their annual exhibit, featuring original prints from WPA members, as well as the...Read More
A collaborative project between Suzanne Koett, Shea Little, Jamie Panzer, Heidi Landau and Debra Broz that involves the collection and categorical recording of found debris.
Pieces resurrected from contemporary cultural debris talk about rebirth, taking perceptions of loss and creating opportunity, in both the physical and ontological realms.