The 1836 Project (Extended Widescreen Edition)

In a dark and immersive gallery, Michael Menchaca expands on the colonial fantasies of the Texas creation myth with their newest video work. Conceptually, The 1836 Project (Extended Widescreen Edition) […]

All Here Together

For over a decade, Iván Argote has been creating interventions on public monuments across the world as colonizer statues are being removed. His Artpace exhibition, All Here Together, was originally […]


Nao Bustamante’s BLOOM exhibition is an examination of women’s gynecological practice and history. It is also a world of pleasurable surprises. Rooted in both research and object-making, the idea for […]

Chronicles of Uprooting

Juana Córdova is well-known for her subtle, but poetic, responses to our natural world using unexpected materials. For the duration of her residency at Artpace, she focused on two species […]

rhythm and (p)leisure

As do many in the United States, Francis Almendárez comes from a family of immigrant farm workers; his parents hail from Honduras and his grandparents are from El Salvador. In […]


Activates Sculpture Schedule⁠ Narcissister’s sculptures will be activated by human presence on the following dates. Saturday, July 27, 1-2 pm⁠ Saturday, August 10, 1-2 pm⁠ Saturday, August 24, 1-2 pm⁠ […]

Front and Back, and Side to Side

“As artists we all begin to construct with what is given.” —Joseph Kosuth (b. 1945, Toledo, OH) “The specialness of art is…about the power to take ordinary things and by […]


Bruisers, Daniel Rios Rodriguez’s first solo show in the region, is a presentation of entirely new two-dimensional and three-dimensional works. He likens his works to “bruisers” or unrefined, rough-and-tumble individuals: […]

Earth and Everything

Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum’s multidisciplinary work encompasses drawing and animation, and alludes to mythology, geology and theories on the nature of the universe. Her drawings, narrative landscapes that appear simultaneously futuristic […]

The Homestead

How do you represent issues of gentrification and displacement in your work? At Artpace, I’ve worked on two distinct, yet narratively connected bodies of work. In my studio, I have […]

Gathering Bones

Short-handled garden hoes are symbols of oppression and control over the body. In response, I had the object appear stooped over, contorted, and rendered in glass, making it useless and […]