San Antonio Museum of Art
July 18 - October 18, 2015
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 ethnographical works. This exhibition brings together pieces from the museum's collection, the Library of Congress, the Harry Ransom Center, and Yale University.
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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), […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Curator David S. Rubin in conversation with artist Ross Bleckner about his art and life.
Art Historian/Critic and celebrated author Barbara Rose takes her Menil/Morgan lecture on the road: she will discuss the influence of medieval Apocalypse manuscripts on Picasso, […]
The premiere screening of a 20-minute video documentary by Ray Santisteban on the 2010 SAMA exhibition Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art since the 1960s. Includes […]
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 […]
Works from the Harriet and Harmon Kelley and Irene and Leo Edwards Collections, covering 200 years of African American art. It’s the first of three […]
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 […]
5,000 Years of Chinese Jade featuring selections from the National Museum of History, Taiwan and the Arthur M. Sackler Collection, Smithsonian Institution, arranged chronologically.
A survey of Lee’s digital photography from 1993-2000. Chinese-born New York artist Lee was an early adopter, exploring the possibilities of digital manipulation nearly as […]
The San Antonio Museum of Art’s new exhibition is called, La Feria – Folk Art from Regional Fairs in Latin America. Regional fairs have been […]
A cutting-edge contemporary exhibition that includes heavy-hitters Marina Abramovic, Laurie Anderson, Jenny Holzer, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Mike and Doug Starn, Pat Steir, Bill Viola, […]
San Antonio Museum of Art mounts an exhibition of psychedelic art from the Op Art of the 1960s to the abstract and visionary works of […]
David Halliday, a nationally acclaimed photographer who lives and works in New Orleans, LA exhibits his new photographic works in "Culinary Delights". This exhibition is […]
Japanese woodblock print artist, Taiso Yoshitoshi (1839-1892), has lavish prints depicting nightmarish ghosts to scenes of domestic harmony in his series "Thirty-two Aspects of Daily […]
In celebration of the opening of the newly expanded Museum Reach of the Riverwalk this May, SAMA presents Waterflow, an exhibition of recent works by […]
One of three concurrent exhibitions featuring the work of artist Marcia Gygli King, SAMA is exhibiting King’s “Botanical Paintings,” a body of work she began […]
George O. Jackson has been photographing the indigenous people of Mexico since 1977. For El Cuerpo Adornado: Exploring the Aesthetic Spirit of Mexico, Jackson presents […]
These "Audubon-on-Viagra" watercolors are too cool for words.
A revival of contemporary art is happening at SAMA! Rubin plans to install some never-before-seen gems in the museum's contemporary galleries including Hans Hofmann, Frank […]
Allen's site-specific installation in the Great Hall responds to the particular characteristics of the architecture, while also taking into account the conditions of light within […]