In a majority of Fox’s recent works, the artist uses her animal narrative format to work through the emotional distress surrounding serious health issues.
Since the turn of the millennium, photography has occupied a major niche in the fine arts.
A native of Corpus Christi, Texas, Jenelle Esparza came to San Antonio in 2008 to study photography at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in 2010.
In conjunction with FotoSeptiembre USA, REM Gallery is currently exhibiting a 46-year retrospective of photography by UTSA Professor Kent Rush, who lived in San Antonio from 1976-79, when he set up the printmaking program at the now defunct San Antonio Art Institute, and then moved here permanently in 1982 to begin his current teaching position.
For several years, First Friday gallery openings have been a mainstay attraction for people who want to check out the latest contemporary art exhibitions in the Blue Star Arts Complex.
San Antonio native Louis Vega Treviño is currently exhibiting his recent paintings at the Musical Bridges Around the World (MBAW) Gallery through Aug.
As an artist, San Antonio-based Alejandro Augustine Padilla uses painting, drawing, and sculpture as vehicles for working through anxieties over emotional and physical well being.
The new exhibition at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, Los de Abajo: Garbage as an Artistic Source continues the Guadalupe’s efforts to showcase cutting-edge art by lesser known and emerging artists, as the Center has done effectively over the past two years with their Artist Lab program.
Last Friday night, May 20, San Antonio contemporary art buffs faced an incredible moment of choice.
It has been 42 years since veteran artist Larry Graeber was given his first solo exhibition at the McNay Art Museum.