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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Isik Kaya, Second Nature, 45 x 30", inkjet print, image courtesy of the artist.

Fake Plastic Forest at TXST

January 17, 2023– May 1, 2023

Fake Plastic Forest features the work of contemporary photographers and lens based artists dealing with themes of artifice, truth and fiction, and the theatricality of our interactions with nature.

Installation view. Image c/o Crow Museum of Asian Art, image credit Chadwick Redmon.

JooYoung Choi: Songs of Resilience from the Tapestry of Faith

February 3, 2023 - May 7, 2023

This exhibition introduces the Cosmic Womb multiverse and highlights some of its key characters and narratives. In creating a world that explores loss, healing and growth based upon a connective web of belief and faith in oneself, Choi expresses human resiliency and the strength that can be found through the power of storytelling.

The Time Traveler Umeyama’s Drawing: Preliminary Drawing for Five Mokkenshu, 2016, Sumi ink and gouache on oriental paper, 22 x 40 inches

Hiromi Stringer

March 3 - June 4, 2023

An exhibition of new reports from Shoei Umeyama for Umeyama Time Teleportation Museum (UTTM).

Zeke Pena, River History is an excerpt from River Stories (2019), an on going project illustrating oral histories about the River that sustains the present-day Paso Del Norte region.

Juan de Dios Mora and Zeke Peña

March 3, 2023-June 4, 2023

This two-person exhibition explores themes of belonging and community through vivid and fantastic imagery. Zeke Peña and Juan de Dios Mora have cultivated distinct, graphic styles to build worlds which expand time and space to address immigration and human rights, influenced by science fiction and satirical and cartooning traditions.

People’s Homes: Emily Fitzgerald and Molly Sherman

March 3, 2023 - June 4, 2023

People’s Homes honors San Antonio’s longtime residents, investigates expanded notions of home, and explores the often overlooked experiences of intergenerational family structures and the local histories they carry. The project paired local organizations with residents to share their stories.