Farm to Market

Farm to Market

Traveling from country to city, any driver of American roads has no doubt passed a sign reading FM—Farm to Market. Such fluid paths between rural and urban space serve as […]

Luis Gispert

Including both older and newer works, Gispert’s exhibition demonstrates an increasingly explicit interest in infusing contemporary culture with the weight of tradition and art history. Two looped videos are included, […]

Peter Rostovsky

Peter Rostovsky

Rostovsky’s paintings modernize and complicate traditional notions of artistic representations of the sublime. In Epiphany Model 4: The Meteor Shower (2004) an oval canvas depicts the night sky of a […]

City Maps

City Maps

If given free reign to design a map of your city, what would it look like? Would it follow convention, mathematically plotting the relationships between streets and neighborhoods? Perhaps you […]

Double Positive

Double Positive

Los Angeles-based artist Yunhee Min uses a custom-mixed palette to create “banded” color-field paintings and large-scale installations that interact with the architecture they occupy. Double Positive at Artpace explores the […]

Picnic

Picnic

In Picnic, San Antonio-based Jessica Halonen explores and reinvents medical language that pertains to her experience of living with diabetes. Presented at 306 E. Houston Street in downtown San Antonio, […]

Artpace Rebus

Artpace Rebus

In his WindowWorks project, Sweeny presents a rebus-a message spelled out in pictures and symbols-that hints at Artpace’s mission. Cartoon imagery and vinyl letters communicate the idea that “here at […]

el otro lado

el otro lado

For her Artpace project, el otro lado, Wallace further focuses on the U.S./Mexico border. Through research and driving the two thousand mile boundary, she gathered stories from the river, desert, […]

Reading Capital

Reading Capital

In Tomic’s Artpace project, Reading Capital, the artist once again utilizes the power of moving image and personal address to explore globalism—in this case the contemporary exchange of goods and […]

Hangin’ in Texas

Hangin' In Texas

With Hangin’ in Texas Mutu transitions from drawings to a re-engagement with performance. She combines collage with video and related objects in an installation that bears witness to scarred African […]

Juxtapositions

Juxtapositions

In Juxtapositions, Willie Varela focuses on advertising strategies employed by the mass media. Culling footage from cities such as Las Vegas, NV and Los Angeles, CA, he exposes the quotidian […]

Faces, Found Objects, and Rough Riders

Faces, Found Objects and Rough Riders

To gather material for Faces, Found Objects, and Rough Riders, Ulrike Ottinger attended festivals, processions, and cultural events in and around San Antonio, taking over 800 photographs along the way. […]