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This will be their last exhibition in the Navasota space and will include two large-scale works that are a continuation of Aragon’s series of hand-drilled portraits.
A screening of Brown’s video work followed by a short discussion and Q&A moderated by Brian Willey.
30 Austin-based artists presented without regard for media, subject, conceptual leaning, age, or career stage. The exhibition will be installed salon-style. Artists include: Margo Sawyer, Jade Walker, Dan...Read More
Nick Brown waits for low tide and photographs creatures and plant life left in shallow pools along the southern California coast. The photographs then become...Read More
Joseph Noderer’s admitted fascination with classic horror films comes through in a series of ambiguous portraits and landscapes. Jamie Panzer’s sculptures and digital works bend...Read More
The 2013 Tiny Park Drawing Annual is a group exhibition focused on drawings and the concept of drawing. The show includes video work, drawings where...Read More
Joel Ross and Jason Creps create messages that are psychologically charged, menacing, disorienting and humorous. The messages are then made into signs which are installed and...Read More
Experimental Response Cinema presents the avant-garde films of Lexington, Kentucky filmmaker Brian Frye, who will be in Austin to screen Our Nixon at SXSW.
A fun party featuring the poetic works of Kate Greenstreet, Katy Chrisler, and after the reading Kate will show a short video. Doors open at...Read More
Joseph Phillip’s paintings investigate mankind’s conflicting desires to both embrace and control nature.
Experimental Response Cinema (ERC), in collaboration Tiny Park Gallery, presents a 40-minute program of works by local moving image artists. Including Jason Cortlund & Julia...Read More
New paintings explore the malleably of space and architectural structures, perverted by multilayer shapes, hyper-colors, and light.
Steven Parker will perform new works for trombone and electronics. Bonnie Whiting Smith performs 51’15.657″ for a speaking percussionist: an original realization of a solo...Read More
A screening of the the film “The Shining” and a projection of a twitter feed of others around the country who will be screening/tweeting simultaneously....Read More
A multiple video installation by Mexico City-based artist Calixto Ramirez. Curated by Leslie Moody Castro.
Intricately detailed paintings and drawings inspired by evolution, conveying a sense of awe in the depths of geological formations, life, and the cosmos.
Tiny Park’s new gallery space at 1101 Navasota St., opens with a “Greatest Hits” exhibition, including work by Michael Sieben, Sam Prekop, Deborah Stratman, Miguel...Read More
A group exhibition focused on drawings and the concept of drawing, in the widest terms, presenting artworks by Miguel Aragon (Juarez, Mexico), Leah Haney (Austin),...Read More
Austin filmmaker PJ Raval and Los Angeles painter Nick Brown.
Prekop’s drawings, paintings and photographs that, like his music, demonstrate a strategic restraint. Michael Sieben, a founding member of Okay Mountain Gallery/Collective presents new skateboard...Read More
Stratman’s FEAR project invites visitors to enter a closed room and privately call a toll-free number and talk about their deepest personal fears. Miguel Aragon,...Read More