January 22 - February 20, 2016
An exhibition of works by Christie Blizard. The show includes pieces from her unsolicited appearances on the Today show and Good Morning America, as well as give-away works and a live performance during the opening reception.
“The exhibition’s title, Frozen in the Permanent Memorial, is a reference to Freud’s flawed yet poetically described theory of fetish development. Here it relates to...Read More
An exhibition of paintings that “explore how the psyche, the body and culture shape each other.” The show is curated by Hills Snyder.
A community potluck welcoming Claudia Arozqueta, the 2015 Casa Chuck artist-in-residence. Bring a dish and come get to know Claudia.
An exhibition of large photographs by Thomas Cummins. For this exhibition, Cummins revisits familiar landscapes from his childhood schooling and creates self-portraits as he examines the “places that...Read More
An exhibition by the Seditious Industrial Complex (SIC), a multinational entity specializing in the methodical organization and repackaging of complex seditions into bite-size chunks. Their...Read More
A show of work by Houston-based painter Casey Arguelles Gregory.
An exhibition of new works by Austin-based artist Joseph Phillips exploring the idea of frontiers and his roles as artist, husband, and father.
A show of San Antonio artist James Cobb’s recent works created digitally and printed on metal.
Drawings, sculpture, and video by Dallas artist Mary Walling Blackburn.
Ramnarine creates illusionistic, funny and fictitious spaces. Her paintings indulge her nostalgia for the kitsch-chaos of the Caribbean (where she was born and raised) and...Read More
Works from the Berlin-based artist. This will be her first exhibition in the US since her collaboration with the now-defunct project Counterproductive Industries in Chicago,...Read More
New work from the San Antonio fixture and co-founder of Fl!ght Gallery.
Twin brothers celebrate their philosophy that “YES” opens the world to infinite and divine possibility by creating and installing a space of sacred resonance.
Home, with its familiar relationships and rituals, is always our anchor. It is what keeps us grounded or drags us down. This exhibition uses painting,...Read More
A one night event that, like a train, will pass in the night.
Filmmakers Mark and Angela Walley investigate the worlds of video camera invention and commercial marketing. The gallery space will be transformed into a product showroom to...Read More
Megan harrison, selected by Guest Curator, Anjali Gupta, has installed a number of vaulting forms in the gallery — each like a five sided crystal,...Read More
For Contemporary Rabbit Month, Sala Diaz hosts guest curators Michele Monseau, Director of Three Walls Gallery and Leigh Anne Lester/Jayne Lawrence, Co-Directors of cactus bra...Read More
Stemming from Lawrence’s infatuation with the concept of space, Infestation uses nature as inspiration to examine the way an idea can manifest over time.
Using two keyboards, an old Wurlitzer organ and hand percussion (sometimes tethered to her ankles) Terrell records each spontaneous piece with her phone.
The artist explores the nuances and patterns of the human psyche with an interactive installation.
Says Jeremiah Teutsch: “This show is sort of a half-assed attempt to look death in the face, and to deal with it, and get over...Read More
When you’re hot, thirsty, bored and broke, is it OK to pray for Beer? Is it proper that young school children that are tired of...Read More
Continues her exploration of light from her recent show at Blue Star art space.
Vaguely occult, Flemish-inspired paintings and collages, occasionally lightened by stickers, tinsel, and magazine cut-outs.
Says Austin artist Steve Wiman: “My personal compulsions to save and collect veer dangerously close to hoarding, but, I am not a hoarder, I’m a...Read More
Impressed by the intensity of his images, I asked Albert to focus on one painting for his Sala Diaz project and to let that one...Read More
This project is 10th in a series of two-artist exhibitions built on the idea of the double room layout of Sala Diaz’s converted duplex apartment...Read More
Dulzaides creates and captures a host of immaterial and largely invisible forces by breathing on, blowing over, running after, and pushing or rubbing up against...Read More
“For Contemporary Rabbit Month, Sala Diaz presents a single work by Barnaby Whitfield. This arresting portrait of Abraham Lincoln will be coupled with several July...Read More
San Antonio site-based experiential artist Justin Parr does something at Sala Diaz to which the label Wait at the best destination is applied. Handing out...Read More
Sala Diaz presents a mixed media exhibition by Jung Hee Mun called Propium Cycle. Mun is on a “quest to identify the constant processes within...Read More