The Artpace Blog

21
Apr

Virtual Tour – Visibilities: Intrepid Women of Artpace

For Artpace’s 25th anniversary year, Artpace has committed to focusing all non-residency exhibition programming to women artists in 2020. With this in mind, we will begin our 25th year with the exhibition Visibilities: Intrepid Women of Artpace. Join curator Erin K. Murphy, Artpace Director of Residencies and Exhibitions, on a virtual tour of our Hudson Showroom and Main Space exhibition. […]

10
Apr

Summer 2008 Artists’ Dialogue: Marcos Ramírez, Mark Bradford, William Cordova, Lauri Firstenberg

In this video, the Summer 2008 International Artists-in-Residence discuss their Artpace projects with curator Lauri Firstenberg. Mark Bradford reclaims discarded and forgotten materials from cities where he works, creating paintings, collages, and videos that explore each city’s past. His compositions comment on the social history of various communities, and the effect that the shifting demographics […]

22
Oct

Teresita Fernández Recreates Artpace Exhibition for Mid-Career Retrospective

Teresita Fernández, internationally acclaimed visual artist and 1998 Artpace residency alumnus, has just opened her first mid-career retrospective exhibition at the Pérez Art Museum Miami. The exhibition, titled Elemental, spans over two decades of the artist’s work and includes several installation works from Fernández’s career. Fernández’s 1998 Artpace installation, Borrowed Landscape. Photo credit Seale Photography […]

4
May

Texas Sparks by Curatorial Resident Juan Canela

Juan Canela is Artpace’s Spring 2018 Curatorial Resident. Now two weeks of his residency, he has conducted studio visits with several Texas artists across the state. Read about his experiences meeting them below. Click here to learn more about Artpace’s Curatorial Residency. Before traveling, everything is expectation. I wonder about what I will find, how […]