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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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. [...]
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 [...]
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), [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]