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Artpace Exhibit Reveals “Diversity” of San Antonio Art Community

Artpace Exhibit Reveals “Diversity” of San Antonio Art Community

As part of its year-long 21st birthday celebration, this summer’s Artpace Window Works Exhibition offers a photographic glimpse by Ramin Samandari of former exhibiting artists, collaborators, and staffers. Titled “Faces of Artpace,” the exhibition comprises 56 portraits from Samandari’s larger project San Antonio Faces of Art, which has been two years in the making, and opens at

Luminaria Returns with ‘Take Two’ Programming

The torrential storms last October may have put a damper on the 2015 incarnation of Luminaria, but they weren’t enough to keep the two-day art festival’s commissioned pieces and performances under wraps for too long. Four months later, Luminaria Take Two returns to light up San Antonio’s River North neighborhood with multimedia celebrations at the San Antonio Museum

Celebrate Artpace’s 21st Birthday — All Year Long

You know that friend that celebrates their entire “birthday week”? Well, say hello to Artpace, which recently wrapped up a yearlong 20th anniversary celebration that included last year’s excellent  “Hare and Hound Press + Artpace: The Art of Collaboration” exhibition, the Texas premiere of Christian Marclay’s video projection Guitar Drag and the publication of Felix Gonzalez–Torres: Billboards, a book documenting a 2010 exhibition