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James Cobb: Tooky Jelly

Sala Diaz

March 6 - April 5, 2015

A show of San Antonio artist James Cobb’s recent works created digitally and printed on metal.


Denise Sacha Ramnarine: Edge of Dreams

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 […]

Barbara Sturm: 7+5-3 = Nine Fingers

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, […]

Daniel and David Frank: Infinite Yes

Twin brothers celebrate their philosophy that “YES” opens the world to infinite and divine possibility by creating and installing a space of sacred resonance.

Mark and Angela Walley: Creation to Consumption

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 […]

Megan Harrison: Atramentite

Megan harrison, selected by Guest Curator, Anjali Gupta, has installed a number of vaulting forms in the gallery — each like a five sided crystal, […]

Jayne Lawrence: Infestation

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.

Kate Terrell: Strong Winds

Using two keyboards, an old Wurlitzer organ and hand percussion (sometimes tethered to her ankles) Terrell records each spontaneous piece with her phone.

Judith Cottrell: It's Yellow

The artist explores the nuances and patterns of the human psyche with an interactive installation.

Jeremiah Teutsch: Memento, Murray

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 […]

Robert Tatum: Random Prayers

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 […]

Albert Alvarez: Codename Doomsday

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 […]

Barnaby Whitfield: Auguries of Innocence

“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 […]

Justin Parr: Wait at the Best Destination

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 […]

Jung Hee Mun: Proprium Cycle

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 […]

The Long Table of Love

The Long Table of Love

We typically don’t post fundraisers (except our own, which we flog shamelessly), but this one in support of Casa Chuck deserves mention. The home of […]

The Long Table of Love

We typically don’t post fundraisers (except our own, which we flog shamelessly), but this one in support of Casa Chuck deserves mention. The home of […]

Erick Jackson: Fever Dream

Opens Friday, March 11, 7-11 pm “Ever-inspired by the romantic notion that a gifted, perhaps misunderstood loner, creatively following the dictates of his inspiration rather […]

Andy Benavides: Am I what?

Andy Benavides explores the age old search for self in the exhibition Am I what?. The press release reveals a dialogue with his deceased father […]

Chad Dawkins: self-titled

Chad Dawkins says of his new exhibition self-titled on view at Sala Diaz- "Primarily, the exhibition assumes a conceptual role of a postmodern critique of […]

Kelly O'Connor: Worn By The Sun

The cryptic press release for Kelly O’Connor‘s upcoming exhibition, Worn by the Sun, at Sala Diaz promises new work that continues her explorations of American […]

David & Daniel Frank: Sinchi Medicina

"David and Daniel Frank, identical twins aka Cosmocto, draw influences  from buddhism, amazonian shamanism, street art and sacred geometry. Much of the imagery in their […]