Exhibitions

Austin Openings

USE YOUR ILUSION: Sterling Allen

Art Palace
September 3 - October 10, 2009

Art Palace gallery is pleased to present Use Your Ilusion, a solo exhibition by Austin-based artist Sterling Allen. The works in the exhibition, which consist of video, photography, sculpture and drawing, are centered on the artist’s engagement with optical illusion, visual perception, and trickery.

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 3, 2009, 8-10PM

Rx GARDEN: Jessica Halonen

Art Palace
September 3 - October 10, 2009

Rx Garden explores the issues surrounding the use of genetically modified plants in the pharmaceutical industry. It includes a series of gouache on paper portraits of plant-based drugs as well as sculptures inspired by biopharming (a process that uses genetic modification to ‘grow’ chemical components, including human proteins, in plants that are harvested to make drugs).

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 3, 2009, 8-10PM

Austin Opening


Don't Let Your Time Do You: Nathan Green & Dave Bryant

Mass Gallery
September 5-30, 2009

Don't Let Your Time Do You is an experimental collaboration between two Austin artists, Dave Bryant and Nathan Green. This exhibition will feature a large-scale sculpture composed of found objects, peripheral art materials, and handmade objects that aim to transform MASS Gallery into a desert island paradise cum defunct natural history museum.

Opening: Saturday, September 5, 2009, 7pm - 11pm

Elliot Erwitt

L. Nowlin Gallery
September 23-26, 2009
In collaboration with John Cleary Gallery and Austin Center for Photography (ACP), L. Nowlin Gallery will be displaying the work of Magnum Photographer, Elliott Erwitt, a member of Magnum Photos since 1953 and icon of fine art photography.

Austin on View

Mark-Making: Dots, Lines and Curves

Lora Reynods
July 11 – September 19, 2009

This group show explores how the simplest of forms create the foundation of every artists' work. 

What Is Not But Could Be If: Corinne Loperfido & Kevin C. Foote

Birdhouse Gallery
Opens Sunday, August 23, 2009

Kevin C. Foote and Corinne Loperfido, Chicago and New York transplants,
have teamed up to display an "eclectic" series of portraits and ideas.

Austin Closing

Jana Swec and Jared Theis

dberman gallery
Closing September 5, 2009

 Jana Swec finds inspiration in nature. The lines of her pen and ink drawings undulate across the paper, creating intricate, abstracted forms of merging trees, root structures, and elephants' trunks and legs.

Jared Theis combines his mastery of finely detailed ceramics and his passion for music to create the body of work /Measures/. These slabs of clay are delicately etched, resulting in relief-like qualities that rhythmically push and pull into the surfaces.

New American Talent

Arthouse
Closing September 6, 2009

The twenty-fourth in a series of annual juried exhibitions, New American Talent features the work of emerging artists working in a variety of mediums. This year’s New American Talent exhibits the work of 26 artists from the United States—12 of whom currently live and work in Texas.

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