Trinity University Gallery
One Trinity Place
San Antonio, TX 78212
February 22 - March 29, 2018
"Shadows of the Future Anterior pairs photographer Lewis Baltz' San Quentin Point, a set of 25 silver prints owned by Trinity University, with a series of works by William Wylie. Lewis Baltz (1945-2014) was a central figure to the New Topographics movement in photography of the late 1970's."
A show of works by San Antonio artist Jennifer Ling Datchuk. The pieces in the exhibition are based on Datchuk’s residency at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, in Berlin, Germany...Read More
An exhibition of works by senior art majors at Trinity University. The show features art by Brittney Blaylock, Anthoula Christodoulou, Katherine Freeman, Jordan High, Henry Householder, Joy...Read More
An exhibition of works by former Künstlerhaus Bethanien resident artist Jenny Magnusson. Working with everyday materials, Magnusson makes performative sculptural installations that, through their creation, become site-specific.
An exhibition of works by Patrik Elgström. Elgström uses photographs to explore “narrative, philosophy, politics, ideology, and psychological expression.”
A conversation with renowned sculptural and video installation artist Christian Marclay, conducted by former Artpace Director Amada Cruz , held in conjunction with the exhibition...Read More
Thirteen artists explore human incursion on the landscape, asking, “when did nature turn from sustained into sustainable?” Curated by Amanda Roscoe Mayo. She is a...Read More
“Objects in situ are presented within a fictional domicile and are evidence of phantoms parallel yet cut against the grain to those witnessed in previous...Read More
This group exhibition, organized by Associate Professor Liz Ward, with the assistance of art major Kristen Mancillas, explores the interconnections between craft and traditional fine-art...Read More
Baker’s Dozen offers a delectable assortment of work by Trinity University’s senior art majors, curated by the seniors with the help of the department faculty...Read More
The Trinity University Art Gallery presents four compelling artists in ONE FOR ALL: Contemporary Perspectives on the Figure. The interest in observation of people in...Read More
This exhibit was curated by Trinity University students Kyla McGlynn, Amy Riggle, Rachel Walz, and Bryant Wright.
Trinity University presents work by one of their own, Associate Professor Trish Simonite.
"Eligible Traffic addresses the subject of the undocumented immigrant and the legal formalities that differentiate the permitted from the excluded, responding to the current geo-political...Read More
Trinity faculty member Liz Ward continues to make beautiful work.