The San Antonio Museum of Art recently rolled out the welcome mural for visitors in the form of a monumental painting by Texas artist Carlos Rosales-Silva, on view through Sept. 2025.
Renowned Himalayan artist Tsherin Sherpa created the first work of his provocative Spirits series in 2009.
Though Texas Vignette may be a juried art show focusing solely on female-identifying artists currently living in the Lone Star State, curator Emily Edwards guarantees that everyone is welcome.
In 1909, the Hispanic Society of America in New York City hosted a landmark solo exhibition of Spanish painter Joaquín Sorolla’s works.
When a retrospective of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s work arrives at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in October, it might be the first time some Texas patrons will have heard of the groundbreaking artist, activist, educator, and advocate.
In Trilogy, on view at the Contemporary Art Museum Houston through Nov. 26, 2023, Strafer provides a darkly humorous meditation on the human capacity for violence.
The essence of Harry Geffert’s art is relationships.
Over the span of six months in 2022, Houston sculptor Susan Budge lost her mother, got married, saw her son graduate from high school, built a kiln in a new studio, and was diagnosed with breast cancer.
While those who are familiar with 20th-century photography know Robert Frank’s body of work, it is less likely they recognize the name Todd Webb. Why are their photographs being shown side by side for the first time?
The World Outside: Louise Nevelson at Midcentury is one of the first exhibitions to focus on the artist’s midcentury sculptures and works on paper as seen through the lens of the world in which she lived.
How to Harmonize with Nature: The Blanton Museum of Art plants Texas in the climate change conversation
Mere days before acclaimed environmental journalist Jeff Goodell picks up the phone to talk about the Blanton Museum of Art’s If the Sky Were Orange: Art in the Time of Climate Change, a special exhibition running Sept. 9, 2023—Feb. 11, 2024, the skies along the East Coast actually do turn orange.