Gonzales Gallery

The Gonzales Gallery is a rotating art program at the Rivard Report office that highlights our city’s creative community. All artwork is for sale and proceeds support the artist and the Rivard Report’s nonprofit newsroom. San Antonio artists interested in submitting their portfolio to the open call for future rotations can apply here.

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Series I: InterSpace Dec. 11, 2018 – Feb. 28, 2019

InterSpace explores shapes and patterns found in natural and built environments through a variety of mediums and handmade processes. To schedule a private tour, please contact us at gonzalesgallery@rivardreport.com.

Featured artists:

Charlie Kitchen was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1991. He received his BFA in Photography from Texas State University San Marcos in 2014. He now resides in San Antonio and works at Artpace as the building and events coordinator. Charlie has shown work in solo shows in San Antonio and Houston, and participated in group shows nationally and internationally. Upcoming solo exhibitions will take place in 2019 in Houston and Amsterdam.

Amada Miller is based in San Antonio, Texas. Her work has been exhibited at the McNay Art Museum, Blue Star Contemporary, Capsule Gallery, Palmetto Center for the Arts, Artpace, The University of Texas at San Antonio Art Gallery, French & Michigan, Flight Gallery, and Agora Gallery. She was recently selected for a residency at Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin via Blue Star Contemporary, where she worked closely with curators and research staff at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin. Future solo exhibitions include Sala Diaz, Blue Star Contemporary, Cinnabar, and Porcino, Berlin.

Barbara Miñarro was born in Monterrey, Mexico and currently lives and works in San Antonio, Texas. As an artist influenced by and making a life between two cultures, Miñarro’s work explores ideas of the body in migration. Her soft sculptures, installations and paintings utilize the tactile memory of clothing, earth and the physical body to express the emotional journey of immigration. Miñarro is a resident artist at Clamp Light Studios and works as a visitor services associate at the Linda Pace Foundation. 

The next Gonzales Gallery series will open in March 2019.