Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for Visual Arts

Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for Visual Arts

(915) 747-6151

500 West University Avenue

El Paso, TX 79968


2018 Student Art Exhibition

Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for Visual Arts

May 4 - August 10, 2018

An exhibition featuring works of art and design created by undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of Art during the 2017 – 2018 academic year. All media taught in the department is represented, including painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, metals and graphic design.


2016 Biennial Faculty Exhibition

A biennial exhibition by faculty members of the UTEP Department of Art examining the ‘creative life’ of the working artist. The show feature multimedia works including ceramics,...

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In Lines of Division multi-media artist Enrique Jezik addresses five political borders of conflict: Mexico/USA, Argentina/Paraguay/Brazil, Israel/Palestine, North/South Korea, Afghanistan/Pakistan. Jezik will “draw” these borders...

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Different Tempers: Jewelry and Blacksmithing

Different Tempers explores the distinctions and commonalities between jewelry and blacksmithing. The exhibition includes forty objects by fourteen national artists, whose work spans from spanning...

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Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Billboards

Matthew Drutt, Executive Director of Artpace in San Antonio, offers a presentation about the billboards by Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996) that are currently on view in El...

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Juried UTEP Student Poster Comptetion

The Juried UTEP Student Poster Competition features posters about social and political concerns made by UTEP Graphic Design students. The work created for this exhibition...

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SunKoo Yuh: Seasons

The Rubin Center presents the ceramic sculpture of SunKoo Yuh in the new exhibition Seasons that is currently on view. Yuh’s exhibition is composed of...

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Snagged: Tom Leader Studio

As featured in our Fall Preview: "Snagged continues UTEP’s tradition of mounting interesting architecture shows, but it marks the first time they’ve brought landscape architects...

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Love Without Contact: Ruben Verdu

Performance works involving the antithesis of Abstract Expressionism, as well as self-inflicted pain. Venezuelan-born Verdu is a UTEP grad currently living in Barthelona.

The Disappeared

Too large to be contained in one space, The Disappeared will fill not only the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, but...

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Equilibrium: Body as Site

Equilibrium was originally curated by Kate Bonansinga and Rachelle Thiewes for Metalsmith Magazine’s 2008 annual "Exhibition in Print." The show focused on how art alters...

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Numinous Space: William Helm

    Models, drawings, photographs, and film studies depict architect William Helm’s theoretical project based in Chaparral, New Mexico. Also on exhibit is work by UTEP...

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The Sirens' Song

Back on tour Sirens' Song makes its last stop in El Paso! If you have not had a chnace to see the show this is...

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