Art Making as Life Making: Kinji Akagawa at Tamarind, on view April 23 through Oct. 30 at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, showcases the meaning and impact of collaboration in this renowned artist’s life.
It’s no exaggeration to say that Spirit Lodge: Mississippian Art from Spiro, on view at the DMA March 13-Aug. 7, could be the last time a show of this magnitude comes around, at least in our lifetime.
“Sonic partnerships.” If we had to describe the return of Austin’s Fusebox Festival in 2022 after its pandemic interruption, a plethora of sound performances and projects emerging from very unique partnerships leads to such a description.
Egrets and pelicans, bobcat and wild turkey, dolphins and gar, migrating geese and monarch butterflies–creatures great and small from the East Texas and Gulf Coast regions will populate Hassell’s canvases and color lithographs at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET) in Beaumont when the museum presents Billy Hassell: Topography (March 26-June 19).
Shahzia Sikander recognizes the many forms that the erasure of women can take, whether historically or in contemporary life. And she has focused her art practice on changing that reality.
Curated by Vanessa Davidson, the exhibition will open in February at the Blanton Museum in Austin, following its debut in Phoenix. It is the first U.S. retrospective from Colombian artist Oscan Muñoz (b. 1951).
Works stemming from the massive public artwork, including sculptures and a film, are displayed in the exhibit FOCUS: Jill Magid at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, which runs through March 20.
This force, rooted in Red Star’s deep connection to Crow culture and identity, is foundational to all of Red Star’s works. When the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) presents Wendy Red Star: A Scratch on the Earth (Feb.11-May 8), it will be the first solo exhibition of a Native American artist for the museum.