“where are we going?”

WHERE ARE WE GOING?

For her WindowWorks project, Shipton again engages the public with a text-based work, posing the question “where are we going?” in large, red vinyl letters applied to the windows at […]

A Can for All Seasons

A Can for All Seasons

In A Can for All Seasons, Diaz turns familiar products into sculpture, crafting monumental cans of Jumex juice, Herdez corn, La Morena chilies, and Morelia chocolate in vibrant colors. The […]

Hobby Horse

Hobby Horse

Allison Smith’s Artpace project continues to examine how political meaning can reside within aesthetic forms and to employ history to comment on current events. Featured is Hobby Horse, a performance-based […]

Bitchen

Bitchen

With Bitchen, Katie Pell has depicted a parallel universe in which women use their disposable income to customize domestic appliances with the competitive zeal of their male counterparts: car fanatics. […]

As we died, we began to regain our spirit

As we died, we began to regain our spirit

With her Artpace project, Chiho Aoshima further expands her ideas about the intricate relationships among nature, humans, mortality, and industry through a wall-mounted watercolor installation—a first for the artist. As […]

Fallen Star (Lone Star Version)

Fallen Star (Lone Star Version)

  Fallen Star (Lone Star Version) presents two chapters from a larger sculptural narrative, The Speculation Projects. Detailing a hypothetical account of his move from Korea to the United States,Wind […]

Found and Lost Grotto for Saint Antonio

The Found and Lost Grotto of Saint Antonio (detail)

Reflecting Steiner & Lenzlinger’s interest in indigenous, vestigial miracles, Found and Lost Grotto for Saint Antonio re-imagines the legend of San Antonio’s namesake, Saint Anthony of Padua, Catholic patron of […]

diaspora I / II

  diaspora I / II combines Sánchez’s experiments into the nature of sound with a sensitivity towards her physical and cultural surroundings. Investigating Mexico’s social plight, she creates two spaces, […]

I’m no one to tell you, what not to do

The two works in Ranjani Shettar’s project utilize biological research to lead a considered treatment of material. Both the three-dimensional installation and her framed, eight-foot tall print join with the […]

Augusto Di Stefano

Augusto Di Stefano

Through paintings, drawings, and, for the first time, print, Augusto Di Stefano continues to explore processed and gestural marks that slip between geometric abstraction and strangely lone structures. The various […]

Alchemy of Comedy…Stupid

Alchemy of Comedy…Stupid combines film, performance, photos, and print to extract connections between the medieval practice of alchemy and contemporary comedy. Analogous to the transmutations of alchemy, jokes are inventions […]

Andrea Bowers: Nothing is Neutral

Nothing Is Neutral: Andrea Bowers

Andrea Bowers’ exhibition Nothing is Neutral features two projects and related drawings that consider the echo of history on our current political moment. The presentation at Artpace draws from the […]