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 […]

Henrik Plenge Jakobsen

Untitled

The murder of a day-care teacher, the vandalism of an art center’s ticket booth, the violent destruction of a museum café, a bus overturned in a tragic traffic accident—these are […]

Sophie’s Garden

Sophie's Garden

Cruising around the historic King William district in San Antonio in the middle of a sweltering summer heat-wave, amidst staid Victorian mansions sitting primly on well kept lawns, a casual […]

striking likeness

striking likeness

We marvel at the deep red sunset and are entranced by the foaminess of the surf. That the red is caused by toxic fumes and the foam by pollutants can […]

Lest We Forget

Stranger in the Village #11

Language is slippery. For the past decade Glenn Ligon has found room to work in the space in-between what language does and what it is supposed to do. Surely it […]

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 […]