San Antonio Museum of Art
February 24 - March 14, 2017
A show of more than 100 artworks created by Aboriginal artists since the mid-1990s. The exhibition focuses on contemporary works that emphasize the artists' connections to land, heritage, and visual communication.
Curators from the San Antonio Museum of Art talk about objects from the museum’s collection.
A screening of the 2012 film No. The movie follows “a brash young advertising executive, Rene Saavedra, during the 1988 Chile Referendum.”
An exhibition of works by artist Carlos Merida. Merida worked as an assistant to Diego Rivera and studied in Paris where he was influenced by the art of Modigliani...Read More
A lecture by Thomas B. F. Cummins exploring the art and architecture of Colonial Cuzco.
An outdoor sculpture and design installation by Mexican designers Hector Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena. The project is meant to explore “how engagement with art and design...Read More
Highest Heaven: Spanish and Portuguese Colonial Art from the Collection of Roberta and Richard Huber
“Highest Heaven highlights the role of art in the establishment of new city centers in the Spanish Empire, and the propagation of the Christian faith...Read More
An event featuring curator of Latin American Art, Marion Oettinger, in conversation with contemporary mixed-media artist Carlos Betancourt.
An exhibition in commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of Auguste Rodin’s death. The show includes 32 bronzes from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Collections.
An exhibition of work by artist, educator, and Catholic nun Corita Kent. Kent’s work will be on view with that of her contemporaries, including Andy Warhol and Roy...Read More
An exhibition of wooden bas-relief panels by Mexican artist Roberto de la Selva.
An exhibition of multidisciplinary works happening across San Antonio “from Maverick Park, along East Jones Avenue, and throughout the grounds of the San Antonio Museum...Read More
Jinli He, a Trinity University Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literature, will talk about the exhibition 28 Chinese.
A panel discussion on the life of Miguel Covarrubias. The panel will be moderated by Marion Oettinger, Jr., curator of the exhibition, and includes María Elena Rico...Read More
A Socratic seminar based on an excerpt from I Ching: The Book of Changes and inspired by the exhibition 28 Chinese.
Learn about Islamic art from art historian Dr. Annie Labatt.
An exhibition of works by twenty-eight contemporary Chinese artists. The pieces in the exhibition are drawn from the Rubell Family Collection in Miami.
An exhibition of over 140 works by Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias. Working as a painter, caricaturist, writer, cartographer, and illustrator, Covarrubias was awarded two Guggenheim Fellowships to produce...Read More
The first comprehensive retrospective of works by artist Jamie Wyeth, this show features 100 paintings, works on paper, illustrations, and assemblages (including his portraits of...Read More
A number of large Picasso tapestries, commissioned by Nelson A. Rockefeller between the 1950s and 70s, woven by Madame J. de la Baume Dürrbach at...Read More
If you can’t make Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at London’s Tate Modern this summer, head to San Antonio to enjoy more than eighty paintings, sculptures,...Read More
Kuhn’s detailed paintings of animals in landscapes made him a popular wildlife illustrator.
Curator David S. Rubin interviews four artists who run exhibition spaces in San Antonio at The San Antonio Museum of Art in March 2013 as...Read More
Curator David S. Rubin interviews four artists who run exhibition spaces in San Antonio today. Panelists include Kimberly Aubuchon (Unit B), Rex Hausmann (Hausmann Millworks),...Read More
In the 1970s, three pioneering young artists, Norman Rene Avila, Donjon Evans and George Horner, formed the San Antonio Museum of Modern Art (SAMOMA), which...Read More
125 works from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and seven from the Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Naples reveal this most popular ancient goddess in...Read More
Twelve prints by Okumura Masanobu, dating 1710-15, depict sexual encounters in the pleasure quarters of Edo (near present-day Tokyo), Osaka and Kyoto. For mature audiences.
Canadian artist Adad Hannah creates staged photographs that reinterpret Artworks from the SAMA collections for Fotoseptiembre.
Examples of The Roman Catholic cult of Mary, rooted in Old Testament and pre-Christian ritual associated with fertility, fecundity, maternity, nourishment and other core human...Read More
Curator David S. Rubin interviews artist Joey Fauerso about her life and art.
Curator David S. Rubin interviews artist Jesús Moroles about his life and art.
The second exhibition in SAMA’s three-part San Antonio Collects series. The sketching and paintings of French-born Theodore Gentilz, one of the earliest professional artists in...Read More
Crickets have been kept as pets in China for at least 1,000 years. Dr. Ernest Lee’S large, diverse, and impressive collection of cricket cages and...Read More