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This summer, the McNay Art Museum presents two exhibitions of works on paper from American artists who helped shape the Conceptual and Op art movements.READ MORE
Big Medium is pleased to announce the 51 participating artists and five museum partners of the 2021 Texas Biennial: A New Landscape, A Possible Horizon, co-organized by curators and artistic directors Ryan N. Dennis and Evan Garza.READ MORE
Opening April 22, Is It Real? Staging Nature invites visitors on a behind-the-curtain exploration of flora, fauna, and other elements of nature through the lens of theatre design.READ MORE
The McNay Art Museum’s highly-anticipated annual Print Fair is celebrating its 25th anniversary with an all-new virtual format. This year’s event will be held May 1–2 on the McNay’s website.READ MORE
The McNay Art Museum has acquired three extraordinary artworks by Jane Peterson, Deborah Butterfield, and Letitia Huckaby.READ MORE
Limitless! Five Women Reshape Contemporary Art, presented by Bank of America, features the artwork of individuals who create without boundaries. The new exhibition offers trailblazing installations in diverse mediums by female artists Martine Gutierrez, Letitia Huckaby, Yayoi Kusama, Sandy Skoglund, and Jennifer Steinkamp.READ MORE
Opening October 15, Robert Indiana: A Legacy of Love honors the life, art, and resounding legacy of the late Pop icon through more than 75 paintings, prints, sculptures, costume designs, and digital artworks.READ MORE
The McNay Art Museum is offering a rare opportunity to see nearly all of the prints in its Permanent Collection by los tres grandes or “the three greats” of Mexican modernism–Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros.READ MORE
The McNay Art Museum is honored to announce an award of $1.5 million in operating support over the next 18 months from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the nation’s largest funder of the arts and humanities.READ MORE
The McNay Art Museum is spotlighting more than 60 drawings and watercolors in two new exhibitions opening this month: ‘Folk Pop: Victoria Suescum’s Tienditas’ and ‘Hockney to Warhol: Contemporary Drawings from the Collection.’READ MORE