News & Press
Margaret Meehan at Artpace
Feb 14, 2020
Margaret Meehan's work is included in the exhibition Visibilities: Intrepid Women of Artpace curated by Erin Murphy for the institution's 25th year anniversary. The exhibition is on view through June 9, 2020
Annette Lawrence & Marcelyn McNeil at San Antonio Museum of Art
Feb 14, 2020
Annette Lawrence and Marcelyn McNeil are represented in the exhibition Texas Women: A New History of Abstract Art curated by Suzanne Weaver at the San Antonio Museum of Art in San Antonio, Texas. The exhibition is on view February 10 through May 3, 2020.
Audio now online: Annette Lawrence in conversation with KERA's Jerome Weeks
Jan 14, 2020
Listen to the audio between Annette Lawrence and Jerome Weeks recorded for the Art & Seek State of the Art Lecture Series
Margaret Meehan review in Sculpture Magazine
Sculpture Magazine | Dec 10, 2019 | by Kay Whitney
A review of the October 2018 exhibition Hope is the Thing with Feathers.
Marcelyn McNeil Cover Feature in Arts + Culture Magazine
Arts + Culture Texas | Nov 2, 2019 | by Laura August
Author Laura August talks with Marcelyn McNeil about her Conduit Gallery exhibition for the cover story, Show Up: Marcelyn McNeil at Conduit Gallery.
Annette Lawrence Dia Foundation lecture on On Kawara now streaming audio and video
Nov 1, 2019
Lawrence's October 5, 2019 lecture on the work of On Kawara is now available to stream at the Dia Foundation website.
Heyd Fontenot Named San Antonio Casa Chuck Resident for 2019
Glasstire | Oct 10, 2019 | by Christopher Blay
Sala Diaz, the non-profit exhibition space in San Antonio, has announced that its 2019 resident is Heyd Fontenot. Located in the heart of the San Antonio Cultural Arts District, Sala Diaz runs the Casa Chuck residency, where Fontenot will reside.
Maja Ruznic interviewed in Arts + Culture TX Magazine
Arts + Culture TX | Oct 10, 2019 | by Ashley Jones
Darren Jones 'Supernatural Architecture' reviewed in Visual Art Source
Visual Art Source | Sep 25, 2019 | by John Zotos
"Channeling the sensibility of the nineteenth century Romantic era, particularly its taste for ruins, pre-modern eras, medieval castles and magic, is probably a smart move today...Given the simplicity of media, executed entirely in graphite, most at a modestly scaled 34 by 26 inches, their visual impact is astonishing."
Jeff Gibbons interviewed in Glasstire
Glasstire | Sep 25, 2019 | by Benjamin Terry
What About Painting? A Chat With Jeff Gibbons published by Glasstire.