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“Carved, Cast, Crumpled: Sculpture All Ways”
The Smart Museum of Art marks its 40th anniversary with a collection of sculpture exhibitions from the museum's collection of works representing its range from ancient artifacts to religious relics to contemporary installation and more. More...


Mike Osborne
Did you ever play that classic game, "Monopoly"? Mike Osborne's photographs the model for the game, Atlantic City, now gone kind of eerie with the decrepit properties of a failed economy. More...


Elizabeth Turk
Elizabeth Turk works with marble to give us lace and living forms. These objects are pristine, undulating and breathtaking. More...


Michael Vahrenwald
Michael Vahrenwald compiles images of once proud neoclassical buildings that over time fell into decline and reuse. More...


On Artist-Run Spaces
What San Antonio lacks in mainstream commercial art galleries it more than makes up for in adventurous artist-run spaces. More...


Emerson Woelffer
This cross section of Emerson Woelffer's work reminds how he brought a myriad of influences and a distinctively personal sensibility to West Coast Abstract Expressionism. More...


Alfredo Arreguín
Intricate, lace-like patterns underlie and overlay figurative and landscape scenes combining a signature look and culturally relevant subjects in the newest body of work by Alfredo Arreguín. More...


Deborah Roberts
What was once an interest in fashion mags Deborah Roberts shifts the model of glamor into collaged portraits that are anything but. More...


On Artist-Run Spaces
What San Antonio lacks in mainstream commercial art galleries it more than makes up for in adventurous artist-run spaces. More...


Udo Nöger
Udo Nöger’s paintings appear at first glance to be gestural Abstract Expressionism, but they are really about subtleties of light. More...


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Kahn and Selesnick
Artist duo Richard Selesnick and Nicholas Kahn fill the gallery floor to ceiling with an epic cast of characters that resonate a sense of dread balanced with sheer visual allure. More...


“World War I: War of Images, Images of War"
“War of Images, Images of War” presents images and artifacts that contrast the propaganda of the time with first-hand accounts. More...


“World War I: War of Images, Images of War"
“War of Images, Images of War” presents images and artifacts that contrast the propaganda of the time with first-hand accounts. More...


Jonas Wood
Scenes of conventional contemporary domestic interiors, single and group portraits and still lives as interpreted by Jonas Wood are eye popping, rich in reference and a bit funky. More...

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