Long-Term Survivor

Long Time Survivor

Since the AIDS crisis began over fifteen years ago, artists have responded overwhelmingly to this disease. The graphic activist works of the collective Gran Fury, the narrative assemblages of David […]

Mel Ziegler

Personal Read

  Personal Read, one of Mel Ziegler’s two works at Artpace, is a forty-foot flatbed truck trailer carrying nearly 100 wired and lit standing lamps. Found objects that Ziegler acquired […]

Christian Marclay

Accordion

At Artpace, Marclay has generated new bodies of work, which continue his investigations of the role music plays in culture. The artist has looked to Artpace’s immediate neighbor as a […]

The Long Road to Mazatlán

The Long Road to Mazatlan

The Long Road to Mazatlán, a video collaboration between Isaac Julien and the choreographer Javier de Frutos, is a fusion of movie and movement, a dance of gazes. Shot in […]

Graft

Graft

At ArtPace, Sauter has pared down his palette of materials, choosing to use the gallery’s architecture as the material for his project. From the gallery’s sheet-rocked walls, he has carved […]

Sidewalk

Sidewalk

At Artpace, Roberts has created a sound installation work that extends the gallery space into the city. Roberts’ process began by conducting a number of interviews with people, recording their […]

Unmasking Part 2

Unmasking Part 2

Bamgboyé’s new work at Artace operates in the realm of interactive software, which viewers can access via computer workstations placed in the gallery. The artist’s work began with research on […]

Cosmologies

Cosmologies

An idiosyncratic pantheism, a multiplicity of gods as well as styles, directs the production of Regina Vater’s art. The shamanistic hand that guides her practice has a long arm that […]

Mona Hatoum

Untitled (Baalbeck Birdcage)

Continuing her ongoing investigation of the emotional tensions activated by and through physical properties, Mona Hatoum presents three new sculptural works that render paradoxical the sense of safety associated with […]

Stillness

Stillness

For the self-portrait series Stillness, produced during her two-month stay in San Antonio, Laura Aguilar navigates the emotional and representational landscape of her physical body; the pictorial syntax that informs […]

Vesper’s Pool

Vesper's Pool

There are moments in life when the world seems to speak back to us, offering up secret messages in tones so low that only the most receptive can hear. Carolee […]

Vegetation

Vegetation

Vegetation, Simryn Gill playfully notes, is inspired by her desire “to be a plant in the American landscape.” As a North Indian woman born in Singapore, raised in Malaysia and […]