An exhibition featuring a recent series of monochrome photographs by Jamie Johnson printed on fragile Japanese Kitakata paper.
Texas Tech University Landmark Arts Gallery
Lubbock, TX 79409-2081
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An exhibition focused on the sequential art of graphic novels and animation, featuring work by Denise Guinn, Greg Harms, Annie Poon, and Casey Jex Smith. […]
A show of photographer David Martin’s series of large scale sandwich images–each a favorite of an individual that he has surveyed, with an ingredient list, […]
This annual national juried exhibition, coordinated by the Printmaking program at the Texas Tech University School of Art and this year juried by Kevin Haas, […]
The Chicanitas exhibition features 65 small-scale paintings by 26 established and emerging artists from Cheech Marin’s renowned private collection of Chicano art.
Photo collages from the Denton-based artist (and 2005 Texas Tech BFA graduate).
An exhibition of portrait photography. Co-curated by Peter S Briggs.
The concept of this exhibition of sculpture, text-based, and video works is inspired by Bataille’s Surrealist essay The Solar Anus, an absurd correspondence between the natural […]
A multimedia, site-specific installation inspired by being of both Chinese and Mexican heritage.
Inaugurating the new academic year, Texas Tech School of Art presents a group of exhibitions featuring new works by Texas Tech Art Faculty, MFA candidates, […]
Dill’s observations and reflections of what is transpiring in current news and pop culture. She uses a combination of artist pens, watercolor, acrylic, and oil […]
Saulnier’s large paintings manage both an immediate visceral pulse and a slow meditative crawl through complex and suggestive allusions evoking transience and uncertainty.
Co-curated byGlen Brown, Ph.D., and Juan Granados.
Guest Curator, Peter S Briggs has gathered work by twenty-one artists from Texas, New Mexico and Arizona who address topic related to the theme of […]
Artist Catherine Lee will give a talk in room B01 in the School of Art at Texas Tech in Lubbock.
“Outlaw printmaker” Sean Stewart, aka Sean Starwars’, funny modern mythologies, including selections from Starwars’ One Woodcut a Week Project (2011) and his 366 Project will […]
Sherri Irvin, Ph.D., an associate professor in philosophy at the University of Oklahoma will present Making Contemporary Art: Fabrication and Negotiation, a lecture arguing that […]
Keinholz will choose one important piece form each decade of her collaboration with her late husband, Ed Kienholz, and talk about them in room 49 […]
33 works by 35 artists from across the U.S. who push the technological and conceptual boundaries of printmaking.
More than 70 posters by a group of internationally recognized graphic designers from Europe, the U.S. and Mexico highlights the power of design to engage […]
UTSA professor Constance Lowe will give a public artist’s lecture at 7 p.m., Oct. 19 in room B01 of the art building, 2802 18th Street […]
Landmark Arts at the Texas Tech University School of Art will host Judy Rushin, an artist working across and between the disciplines of painting, drawing, […]
Artists Lippillo (in Mississippi) and Schoon (in New York), swap images of their homes to make a collaborative series of photographs that bridge the physical […]
Work from School of Art studio faculty and MFA candidates at Texas Tech.
Selected photographs from Schalliol’s series, Isolated Building Studies: Revealing Meaning through Recontextualization. Schalliol, a doctoral student in sociology at the University of Chicago, studies social stratification […]
Landmark Arts at Texas Tech University participates in the 2011 Texas Biennial with the exhibition Llano Estacado: Island in the Sky. The exhibition features Texas […]
Virginia Rutledge, the 2011 Texas Biennial guest curator, juries Texas Tech’s 24th Annual Juried Undergraduate Art Student Exhibition.
As featured in our Spring Preview: “Remarkably, the work of Austin wedding photographer Bill McCullough is not staged. He brings in additional lighting to achieve his […]
The SRO Photo Gallery at the Texas Tech School of Art has selected Neal Cox of Nacogdoches, TX, for an exhibition through March 4th. Cox’s […]
Equilibrium: Body as Site, a contemporary art jewelry exhibition curated by Kate Bonansinga and Rachelle Thiewes, is on display in the Landmark Gallery at the […]
Earthworks are re-explored in this exhibition that stems from the semester-long interdisciplinary field program Land Arts of the American West at Texas Tech in the […]