Top Five: June 13, 2019 with Henry G. Sanchez

by Glasstire June 13, 2019

Brandon Zech and guest host Henry G. Sanchez on an installation you hear instead of see, a show that uses materials to poke holes in romanticized nature, and a ‘themeless’ group show in San Antonio.

“The theme is ‘no theme’ but it’s also ‘spending some time in a studio in a different place and seeing what you cook up.’”


North to South and Back- Lina Dib at HL Space in Houston May 4 2019

1. Lina Dib: North to South and Back
Space HL (Houston)
May 4 – July 7

A solo show featuring an installation by Lina Dib.


Emily Peacock- Smother at Jonathan Hopson in Houston May 5 2019

2. Emily Peacock: Smother
Jonathan Hopson Gallery (Houston)
May 5 – June 16
Read more about Emily Peacock’s work here.

A solo exhibition featuring photographs and sculptures by Houston artist Emily Peacock.


Helen Altman- Oasis at Talley Dunn Gallery in Dallas June 15 2019

3. Helen Altman: Oasis
Talley Dunn Gallery (Dallas)
June 15 – August 10
Read more about Helen Altman’s work here.

A solo exhibition featuring recent works by Fort Worth-based artist Helen Altman.


Funf at Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio June 7 2019

4. Fünf
Blue Star Contemporary (San Antonio)
June 7 – September 8

“This exhibition highlights the fifth year of Blue Star Contemporary’s Berlin Residency program and will feature artworks from 2017-2018 artists Amada Miller, Andrei Renteria, Ethel Shipton, and Jared Theis. The artists featured in Fünf present works they developed while in residence at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien and upon their return to San Antonio.”


CuerpoUnidos at Museum of Human Achievement in Austin June 14 2019

5. CuerposUnidos
The Museum of Human Achievement (Austin)
June 14 – 29
Opening June 14, 7-10 PM

CuerposUnidos presents the work of 14 local, regional, and national artists and is curated by artist and curators, Michael Anthony García and Jose Villalobos as a means of speaking to varied representations and connotations of the human form, both aesthetic and political. Some works explore the corporeal forms, the malleable power over the human gaze; others speak to the political cachet some bodies possess that others aren’t afforded. Participating artists include: Ben Aqua, Sara Cardona, Felix D’Eon, Bug Davidson, Andie Flores, Alexander Hernandez, Ingrid Leyva, Los Dos, Roy Martinez, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Ric Nelson, Antonia Padilla, Sonya Marie Sky, and Dorian Wood.”



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