Exhibitions


Current

Mirror Drama

Mirror Drama is a group show of work by first-year MFA candidates at The University of Texas, Austin.

Feb 5 – 27
2021

Jan 30 – Mar 27
2021

Will Wilson: AIR / Survey

Through photography, installation, and performance, Will Wilson’s work addresses the balance required to maintain the lands in the southwestern United States, and the implications of our failure to do so.

Jan 30 – Mar 27
2021

Luiz Roque: República

Luiz Roque’s evocative work takes the form of beautiful and potent filmic vignettes that contend with some of the most pressing and charged issues of contemporary life.

Feb 5 – Mar 27
2021

Jan 30 – Mar 27
2021

artwork by Shanie Tomassini

Shanie Tomassini: Water Whispering Through the Drain

Shanie Tomassini’s reflections on the “shape-shifting nature of experience” are articulated through sculpture and architecture, and invite us to think about life as a series of transitions that unfold over time.

Jan 23 – Jun 3
2021

Courtyard Gallery

Past

inkjet print from Maria Antelman riffing on anthropomorphization of technology and aesthetics of early IBM advertising

Maria Antelman: Mechanisms of Affection

Merging the digital and analog through photomontage, sound installation, sculpture, and animation, New York-based artist Maria Antelman probes the intersections between the body, photography, computers, and cyberspace.

Sep 20 – Dec 6
2019

Visual Arts Center

still from All of M a video from artist Kenneth Tam exploring male identity and intimacy

Kenneth Tam: Details

Through video and sculpture, New York-based artist Kenneth Tam questions conceptions of masculinity, gendered forms of identity formation, and male intimacy.

Sep 20 – Dec 6
2019

Visual Arts Center

Installation image of Nikita Gale work Interceptor featuring Mic stands cables metal studs

Nikita Gale: EASY LISTENING

Los Angeles-based artist Nikita Gale makes work that visually articulates the mechanics of sound and points to the intertwined histories of politics and “the crowd.”

Sep 20 – Dec 6
2019

Visual Arts Center

still from Dead Skin an HD Video from SAAKRED intermingling the public political and personal

Saakred: Sin Nombre, Sin Cuerpo

Miguel Rodriguez’s work as Saakred is raw, interdisciplinary, and deeply personal. Sin Nombre, Sin Cuerpo moves across genres to document and reveal a lexicon for learning to live as a trans Latino.

Sep 20 – Oct 18
2019

Visual Arts Center

small child leaning back in a man's arms to reach another hand coming in from outside the frame

Learning Tuscany 2019: In Plato’s Cave

In Plato’s Cave presents photographs made by UT students during the six-week Learning Tuscany summer study abroad program.

Sep 20 – Oct 4
2019

Visual Arts Center

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