SV Randall’s multi-media practice investigates how our exterior perception aligns with our interior selves, and in doing so highlights larger social issues.
Musician Mike Marchant’s work aims to explore and extract beauty from the darker and more complex sides of the psyche.
Tigre (Bailando) Mashaal-Lively’s latest work is a sanctuary for the times, offering a space that cultivates solace for grief and inspiration for survival.
Chelsea Wrightson creates works from vivid dreams and walking meditations, channeling new futures that support feminine approaches to sustainability, care, and more.
Erika Wanenmacher’s project, What Time Travel feels like, sometimes, depicts a personal and human narrative about time travel.
Santa Fe artist Jenny Day creates far-out works about resilience—equal parts playful, wounded, and celebratory.
Douglas Tolman works to create a sense of place and connection to the community in their state of Utah by reframing historical narratives.
Enrique Figueredo presents cultural critiques through revised accounts of history and current events. Inspired by Magical Realism, his distortions boldly imagine a new version of history.
Sarah Lasley’s experimental film and video art exposes cracks and pathways in and out of our current socio-political moment.
Texas artist Loc Huynh’s recent body of work honors moments with his mother previously taken for granted and subverts typical European genre paintings by presenting a Vietnamese-American perspective.
From Nikesha Breeze at form & concept to Liu Xiaodong at Dallas Contemporary, our top five arts and culture picks this week in the southwest.
From Juan Gris at Dallas Museum of Art to a pinhole photography workshop, our top five picks for arts and culture events in the southwest.