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Artpace San Antonio Celebrates Sister City, Gwangju, South Korea and Local Artist Luis Valderas in Two New Exhibitions
Artpace San Antonio is excited to announce two new exhibitions opening for the fall: Our Step, Our Hope: Sister Cities: Gwangju to San Antonio and The Sacred Portals of Amaxactli (place where the waters split) – 2022 featuring the work of Luis Valderas. Both exhibitions will open to the public with a reception on Thursday, September 8, 2022, from 6–8pm. The opening reception will feature special delicacies prepared by three distinguished Gwangju chefs as a part of the Sister Cities Chef Exchange Program and in celebration of our UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy and with the support of the team at Biga on the Banks Restaurant.
Artpace 2022 Summer International Artists-in-Residence Debut New Exhibitions
Artpace San Antonio is excited to announce the opening of our Summer 2022 International Artists-in-Residence exhibitions. On July 21, from 6-9pm, Hellen Ascoli (Guatemala City, Guatemala / Baltimore, Maryland), Jonesy (Los Angeles, California), and Betelhem Makonnen (Addis Abeba, Ethiopia / Austin, Texas) will reveal work created during their Artpace residencies. The three artists were selected by Andy Campbell, Associate Professor of Critical Studies at the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Art and Design.
Artpace Receives Major Financial Contribution
Artpace announced today that it has received a contribution of $250,000 from the Linda Pace Foundation in support of the newly-formed Artist Residency Endowment Fund. The goal of this fund, announced as part of Artpace’s 25th anniversary year, is to ensure financial support for the International Artist-in-Residence program in perpetuity. With this gift, Artpace has raised more than $2.5 million in the first 16 months of its multi-year endowment campaign.
Artpace San Antonio Announces Summer 2022 International Artists-in-Residence
Artpace San Antonio is pleased to announce the Summer 2022 International Artists-in-Residence, selected by guest curator Andy Campbell, Associate Professor of Critical Studies at USC’s Roski School of Art and Design. Resident artists Hellen Ascoli (Guatemala City, Guatemala / Baltimore, Maryland), Jonesy (Los Angeles, California), and Betelhem Makonnen (Addis Abeba, Ethiopia / Austin, TX) began their residency on May 23, 2022, and will live and work at Artpace until July 25, 2022.
Artpace Announces Two New Exhibitions Opening This Summer
Artpace San Antonio is excited to announce two new exhibitions opening this summer: Michael Guerra Foerster: Every Time We Say Goodbye and Carbonate of Copper, curated by Artpace Curatorial Resident alumna Jennifer Teets. Both exhibitions will open to the public with a reception on Thursday, May 19, 2022, from 6–9pm. The opening night will also feature a public talk, “Carbonate of Copper and borderland poetics,” with Jennifer Teets, Roberto Tejada, and Cecilia Ballí, at 7pm.
Spring 2022 International Artists-in-Residence Investigate Lost Histories in New Artpace Exhibitions
Artpace San Antonio is excited to announce the opening of our Spring 2022 International Artists-in-Residence exhibitions. On March 17, from 6-9pm, Ariel René Jackson (Austin, Texas), Glendalys Medina (New York City, New York), and Claudia Martínez Garay (Lima, Perú / Amsterdam, Netherlands) will reveal work created during their Artpace residencies. The three artists were selected by Marcela Guerrero, Jennifer Rubio Associate Curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
Artpace San Antonio is pleased to announce our first exhibition of 2022: Mystic Toolkit, curated by writer and Artpace Curatorial Residence alumna Anaïs Castro. On view in the Hudson Showroom, Mystic Toolkit brings together the work of seven artists working across a variety of mediums ranging from sculpture, painting, photography, and performance to celebrate daily rituals of coping, healing, and grieving that have become indispensable in recent times.
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