Camouflage: Blaze Orange  

Justin Korver has transformed the Artpace Main Space into a fantasy landscape that evokes a sense of heart-opening ecological connectivity, transcending social binaries. When entering the space, visitors are greeted […]

Sound Shatters the Illusion

Ryan Takaba’s Artpace exhibition, Sound Shatters the Illusion, ignites the viewer’s curiosity and directs it toward the unseen phenomena of the natural world. Through quiet observation, the viewer is tuned to a […]

While I’m Here…A Different South

Michi Meko’s exhibition at Artpace, While I’m Here…A Different South delves into the artist’s journey from Georgia to Texas and his search for the transcendent moment. Through painting, sculpture, and […]

At the End of Everything

Xin Liu’s exhibition at Artpace, entitled At the End of Everything, is the first installment of a series reflecting on oil as the source of life and curse of death. […]

2 for 99¢

2 for 99¢ showcases the artistic collaboration of Jim Mendiola and Rubén Ortiz-Torres, a relationship that began during their residency at Artpace San Antonio in 2001. While independently selected by […]

We Are Quilted Together

Artist Statement After years of grief, despair, and internalized questioning, my current body of work is a welcome return to love, joy, and comfort. Handmade quilts and clothing are manifestations […]

unsettling narratives

unsettling narratives is the culmination of Betelhem Makonnen’s residency– a meditation on presence and place in relationship to memory and history within non-linear time. The works, made up of still […]

(she re-members) siendo somos

Beginning in 2016, Hellen Ascoli and her collaborator, weaver and poet Negma Coy, began working on a pedagogical resource for educators in Guatemala that focuses on the knowledge embedded in […]


During his residence at Artpace, Jonesy transformed the gallery space into a hyper-stylized filmset inspired by intimate spaces for queer men, such as gay bars, sex clubs, and bathhouses, for […]

Every Time We Say Goodbye

The summer Main Space exhibition features local artist and City of San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture 2022 Individual Artist Grant Recipient Michael Guerra Foerster. In his exhibition, Every Time […]

Carbonate of Copper

Carbonate of Copper features international and Texas-based visual artists and scholars who work in varied media to examine questions of circuitry, flow, foundation, and cultural inheritance, particularly in relation to infrastructure, the […]

There are Black People in the Future

Alisha B. Wormsley’s There are Black People in the Future is inspired by afro-futurist artists and writers who highlight the need for Black people to claim their place. Through the […]