Ghost Town Texas

Ghost Town Texas

Tadashi Kawamata’s installations almost always take the form of rough wooden constructions halfway between the framework of the fragmentary exoskeleton of a building and the rickety scaffolding that surrounds a […]

Ann Stautberg

Ann Stautberg

Stautberg’s subject is the Texas landscape, and her lens turns to her immediate surroundings, the Texas Gulf Coast. The Gulf Coast is a complicated location. It is an industrial panorama, […]

Marcel Dzama

Marcel Dzama

At ArtPace, Dzama has wallpapered the gallery with hundreds of his signature page-size drawings, noted for their disconnected narratives and psychological tension. Dzama depicts a world of isolated adults with […]

Tongue-Cut Sparrows

Tongue-Cut Sparrows

Drake’s installation at ArtPace, Tongue-Cut Sparrows, centers on video projections of three women standing on a sidewalk outside an El Paso jail, communicating with prisoners in side the building. Using […]

Rebecca Holland

Downhill

For her installation at Artpace, Holland has responded to the essential qualities of The Hudson (Show)Room’s space: the soothing southern light filtered through original frosted casement windows and the horizontal […]

Splendid Little War

Splendid Little War

At Artpace, Rodriguez-Diaz presents two visual environments exploring issues of colonialism and representation titled “Splendid Little War.” In the gallery the artist has painted the walls black and showcases two […]

Reading for Male and Female Corpses

Reading for Male and Female Corpses

Rasdjarmrearnsook’s project at ArtPace is her first installation incorporating video. The artist is presenting three pieces from a series that investigates death and rituals of mourning. Filmed inside a morgue […]

Borrowed Landscape (Citron, Cerulean, Violet, Blue)

Borrowed Landscape (Citron, Cerulean, Violet, Blue)

Teresita Fernández’s installations are not environments for providing shelter. Her spaces are constructions bound by hierarchical categories – public and private, interior and exterior, architecture and decoration, masculine and feminine, […]

The future that almost wasn’t

The future that almost wasn't

As Daniela Zyman has observed, the work of Diana Thater is concerned with a kind of critical conceptualism.1 Thater’s thinking also displays the kind of idealism which characterized the collaborative […]

Opening

Opening

The film installations of Bill Lundberg occupy a position somewhere between film and sculpture. The tension between the concrete and the illusory which characterizes his richly textured images is rooted […]

T.W.(Shoot)

T.W. (Shoot)

The work of Kendell Geers was born out of the turbulent political revolution in South Africa which resulted in the replacement of apartheid with democracy. Geers is part of a […]

Good News

Good News

Entering Holly Moe’s installation Good News is a commitment on the part of both the artist and the viewer. The central arch that opens into the space is composed of […]