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The University of El Paso and The Rubin Center presents its fifth and final ArtReach Lecture with Mark Allen of LA-based Machine Project. Machine Project is a […]
Argentine-born Máximo Gonzalez uses found objects, obsessively detailed handwork, and performance-based techniques to explore the fluctuating values of both currency and raw materials in the […]
An exploration of broken promises of modernity and progress seen through the lens and metaphor of contemporary civic architecture. Patrice Lumumba (1925-1961) was a Congolese […]
Cardona documented the destruction of the famous Calle Mariscal, just across the US/México bridge in Ciudad Juárez.
A presentation and a reception in The Campbell Bldg. at UTEP, room 234. 1101 N. Campbell St. El Paso.
Puig and Padilla Domene traveled abandoned railways throughout Mexico in a futuristic, artist-designed vehicle recording contemporary landscapes, infrastructure and inhabitants, which is then uploaded to […]
Artists who use film and video to explore the Middle Eastern desert as a site charged with meaning. Presented in conjunction with the Desert Initiative […]
Mexican poet Juan Manuel Portillo presents his new chapbook, Passwords, put out by Mouthfeel Press.
Mixed-media drawings inspired by technical scientific language by a Professor in the Department of Art and Design at the University of Alberta.
Los Angeles-based artist, Mark Bradford displays his largest painting to date, created specifically for the Rubin Center’s longest wall, at over 40 feet wide, about […]
Showcases recent artwork by 27 faculty of the UTEP Department of Art, curated by Gwen Chanzit, The Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the […]
Prominent Brazilian bug artist Regina Silveira shows an installation work in cut vinyl titled Gone Wild Reversed about man’s encroachment on nature, and a two […]
Architects-turned-artists (art-chitects?) Jay Atherton and Cy Keener let a little daylight into UTEP’s Rubin Gallery with their installation Light Lines. Sculpted, mirrored walkways placed around […]
In 2004, siblings Amy and David Niles gifted nine works of art to the University of Texas at El Paso. The works were given to […]
Rigoberto A. Gonzalez paints hit men, Federales, dead bodies and other scenes from contemporary life on the border in the dark, moody style of that […]