A group show of artists who engage with the concept of momento mori in ways that go beyond traditional applications. Featuring Anne J Regan, Alejandro […]
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Sweeney explores the human condition with witty texts that tends to trap the viewer like a fly in ointment.
New works from the dudes behind Austin-based Industry Print Shop: Patrick Lillard, Bart Kibbe, Tony Diaz, Josh Row, Failure, Randy Muniz and Brian Maclaskey.
Five artists working in the medium of performance who deal with culture and ritual. Artists: Matt Kubo, Thomas Riccio, Anthony Sonnenberg, Paula Gaotano-Adi, Jessica Pizana-Roberts […]
Apophenia Underground, an artist collaborative co-founded by Gibbons and Ginsberg are best known for their recent curatorial project Deep Ellum Windows. This exhibiton will consist […]
These artists make art that is in direct conversation with their lives.
Red Arrow Contemporary has partnered with Texas Sculpture Group with twelve artists including: Ken Little, TJ Hilton, Steve Murphy, Glenn Downing, Erin Cunningham, Tommy Gregory, Brooke Gassiot, Katie Pell, Steve Brudniak, Kurt Dryhaug, Ed […]
Red Arrow Contemporary presents the solo debut of 2013 Hunting Art Prize winner Marshall Harris. The show includes more than a dozen creations in assorted […]
Red Arrow Contemporary presents The Sweetest Taboo, an exhibit that examines sacred notions of gender. Featuring: Angela Fraleigh, Colette Copeland, Gabriel Martinez and Libby Rowe.
The collaborative work of H. Jennings Sheffield and Gissette Padilla investigates the idea of time and space through light and projections.
Papercuts is an exhibition featuring six artists who use paper as their primary medium. These artists work within a range of styles and concepts while […]
Red Arrow Contemporary features the inflatable sculptures of Parisian artist Anne Ferrer. Ferrer uses brightly colored sailcloth to create billowing forms that suggest undulating creatures. […]
An exhibition featuring one hand-selected graduate student from each of the Master of Fine Arts programs in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Julie Ousley, Sonya Berg and Sara J. Frantz constructing visual spaces in which grandiosity is met with confusion and contrast.
Three artists who offer otherworldly interpretations of our reality.
Small works by celebrated Texas talents.
Eleven regional artists with work ranging from formal to tongue-in-cheek to highly conceptual. Including Tim Glover, Scott Proctor, Ed Wilson, Devon Moore, Vincent Valdez, Kyle […]
Works from Industry Print, a deeply rooted screen printing collective based in Austin.
George Zupp, Clay McClure and Bill Amundson have created their own unique worlds where everything is a free-for-all and nothing is out of the realm […]
San Antonio artists Ken Little, Gary Sweeney and Ricky Armendariz, come together with sharp wit and resonating imagery that explore ideas of language, identity and […]