Exhibitions


Upcoming

A Ground to Stand, a Place to Call: An Exhibition from the first-year Studio Art MFA cohort

A Ground to Stand, A Place to Call brings works from the first year MFA cohort - Sarah Chess, Gabrielle Constantine, Alex Freyre, Rowan Howe, and Jennifer Teresa Villanueva - into a conversation of blurred identities and spaces in limbo.

Jan 28 – Feb 12
2022

Visual Arts Center

Corentin Canesson: Sleep Spaces / Les espaces du sommeil

Corentin Canesson's artistic practice confronts the constructs and legacies of painting by reconsidering notions of authorship, abstraction, and conventional modes of display. In Sleep Spaces, historical and contemporary works of art are combined the surrealist strategy of combining disparate and seemingly incongruous references, objects, and symbols becomes a curatorial conceit to build new associations, achieved by combining historical and contemporary works of art.

Jan 28 – Mar 12
2022

Connective Tissues: printed & published

Publications have long been important sites of discourse integral to the formation of artistic communities and their diverse practices. Despite this rich history, the medium has rarely been privileged as a serious art form. Connective Tissues centers publication in an institutional context, acknowledging and embracing the discordance between the two.

Jan 28 – Mar 12
2022

Bill Morrison: Cycles & Loops

Bill Morrison is one of the most accomplished filmmakers working today whose practice rescues lesser known and forgotten histories while investigating the fragile existence of celluloid materials. In Cycles & Loops, his first solo exhibition in Texas, Morrison deconstructs his films to create essential abstractions for the gallery space.

Jan 28 – Mar 12
2022

Visual Arts Center

Michael Queenland: Rudy's Ramp of Remainders 2012/2022

In Rudy’s Ramp of Remainders 2012/2022, Michael Queenland revisits a site-specific exhibition from 2012, considering a combination of global events that have transpired over the last decade and our relationship to human suffering, which is often mediated and experienced at a distance.

Jan 28 – Mar 12
2022

Past

Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas: The Blessings of the Mystery

Expanding on ideas manifested in the multidisciplinary practice of Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas, The Blessings of the Mystery examines themes of environmental activism, encounters between history and memory, Indigenous rights, and the formation and dissemination of knowledge.

Sep 24 – Dec 3
2021

Visual Arts Center

Ancient Art History Survey: Collaborative Scroll

Over 200 students in Dr. Nassos Papalexandrou’s Ancient Art History Survey course join forces to create a collaborative "scroll" celebrating world art from Prehistory to circa 1500 CE.

Nov 16 – Dec 3
2021

Joey Fauerso: Wait for It

Working across a range of media, San Antonio-based artist Joey Fauerso engages with notions of domesticity, the body, gender, and identity. Wait for It features works Fauerso has made over the last five years, including portraits of friends and family and a video documenting the construction and deconstruction of an installation.

Sep 24 – Dec 3
2021

Visual Arts Center

Madison Cooper: (Untitled) Fanon

Drawing inspiration from the literary work of Frantz Fanon, Madison Cooper's photographic works delve into issues surrounding the definition of culture and the intricacies of race.

Sep 24 – Dec 3
2021

Visual Arts Center

Apocalypse Tapestry

In this exhibition, first-year Core Time & Technology students have each chosen a panel of their choice from the medieval Apocalypse Tapestry and reinterpreted it as a vinyl and augmented reality installation.

Oct 22 – Nov 6
2021

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