Shopping for Bargains/My Mother Taught Me to Shop

Kathy Vargas returns to Artpace 26 years after her International Artist-in-Residence program residency. Roy Flukinger, Senior Curator at the Harry Ransom Center described Vargas’s 1997 Artpace exhibition, States of Grace, […]


Walking into Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas’s exhibition, Freedom, you are greeted with a deep mossy green wall containing black, organically shaped forms, each featuring small paintings adhered to their […]

this land is my land \ this land is your land

In Alexandra Robinson’s multimedia installation, titled this land is my land \ this land is your land, the artist continues to utilize coded language to explore notions of land, place, […]

Lullaby of Birdland

Sandra Brewster joins people and places in her Artpace exhibition, Lullaby of Birdland. Leaning along the gallery walls, you’ll find five distinct panels, four of which showcase a person Sandra […]

March through June

K8 Hardy is “happy to confuse, amuse, and activate” viewers of her art, and her new work created while on residency at Artpace may do just that.   Upon entering the […]

The Unsettlements: Moms

JD Pluecker presents a closet into which we can delve, wandering through ancestral sites and familial history.    Entering with two small needlepoint bricks that hold the door open, we walk […]

Folding, Floating, Falling

In Folding, Floating, Falling, Shana Hoehn transforms wood, furniture, ceramics, and found objects into sculptural forms that recall uncanny elements of a girlhood fantasy and appropriations of the female form. […]

Plain and Sane

Dan Herschlein’s exhibition, Plain and Sane, contemplates the tension between light and dark as a means of examining ideologies. Indications of scarcity and accumulation peek out to the viewer, but […]

Cecília rebelde

Conflicting stories collide in Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa’s exhibition Cecília rebelde. Ramírez-Figueroa explores the catholic St. Cecília and the story of the Totonicapán Uprising of 1820 of indigenous Maya peoples (K’iche’) against […]