UTEP Rubin Center for the Visual Arts
September 15 - December 17, 2016
A site-specific installation created by artist Zeke Peña for the Rubin Center's atrium. In his work, Peña deals with how the US/Mexico border impacts local communities.
September 15 - December 17, 2016
"Community Through Action features the work of a variety of local transborder agents in the binational region of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua while documenting three main community-based art practices: community through site, service, and subject."
An exhibition featuring art by UTEP students. The works in the show were chosen and curated by graphic design juror, Orlando Portillo of Estudio YeYe, Chihuahua City,...Read More
An exhibition exploring “the work of artists who engage in disruptive, alternative, and collective interactions with space and space technology or who appropriate and reinterpret...Read More
UTEP is 100 years old, and next year the Rubin will be 10! Come party with Gaspar Enriquez and Rachelle Thiewes and hear about plans...Read More
Rachelle Thiewes is a jeweler and metal artist based in El Paso.
An invitational poster exhibition on the theme of nationality and migration.
Public openings for the Rubin’s summer shows + art and performance from their high school summer campers. Come for the art, stay for the live...Read More
On the heels of Gaspar Enríquez: Metaphors of El Barrio at the El Paso Museum of Art this spring comes this look at the artist...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More