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Archive Apr. 2020

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Apr

The Land of Illustrious Men

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In 2019 Daniel Ramos produced an artist book entitled The Land of Illustrious Men. This exhibition at Artpace, of the same name, is his 2019 book writ large and in three-dimensions wherein the viewer can surround themselves with Ramos’ own experiences, memories, and family. The artist’s father entered the United States from Mexico illegally with […]

14
Apr

Systems and Constellations

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Milagros de la Torre’s practice is rooted in both exhaustive research and personal history. She grew up amid the political upheavals in 1970s and 80s Peru and has been interested in photography since childhood. Her father had an ascendant career in the Peruvian military as a high-ranking counter-terrorism intelligence authority. Therefore, it is no coincidence […]

14
Apr

“I came to set the world on fire, and I wish it were already kindled”
—Luke 12:49

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—Luke 12:49

In the United States, Texas ranks second in number of churches and has two of the largest megachurches in the world. The state has a long history with Christianity, and so upon Carlos Castro Arias’ arrival to Texas, he visited the Missions in San Antonio, the painted churches in Schulenburg, and Lakewood Church, a Houston […]

6
Jan

Visibilities: Intrepid Women Of Artpace

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For Artpace’s 25th anniversary year, Artpace has committed to focusing all non-residency exhibition programming to woman artists in 2020. With this in mind we will begin our 25th year with the exhibition Visibilities: Intrepid Women of Artpace. A fair number of exhibitions in recent years have focused on the work of female artists, but none has […]