Department of Art and Art History Exhibition

Jules Buck Jones presents work at McMurtrey Gallery

Tue. November 25, 2014

ink and watercolor painting and collage with abstract forms around an owl
Image courtesy of the artist and gallery.

Jules Buck Jones (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2008) presents new work at McMurtrey Gallery in Houston, Texas. The exhibition, ¿Do Geese See God? will be on display December 6, 2014 – January 3, 2015.

Gracelee Lawrence presents work in an exhibition at BLUEorange gallery

Mon. November 24, 2014

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Gracelee Lawrence, M.F.A. candidate in Studio Art, presents work in Eupepsia at BLUEorange Contemporary in Houston, Texas.

Aaron Meyers presents work in two person exhibition at Permanent.Collection

Mon. November 24, 2014

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Aaron Meyers, M.F.A. candidate in Studio Art, presents work in a two person exhibition at PERMANENT.COLLECTION in Austin.

Mike Osborne featured in NYT Lens Blog and his exhibition reviewed in The Atlantic CityLab

Fri. November 21, 2014

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Mike Osborne (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2006) was featured in the New York Time Lens blog. His exhibition Monopoly, at Holly Johnson Gallery, was reviewed in The Atlantic's CityLab.

William and Bettye Nowlin Professorship supports research and work by Teresa Hubbard

Tue. November 25, 2014

photograph of camera crew filming near abandoned stucture in grassy field
Giant, 2014, production still. Courtesy the artists, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (New York), and Lora Reynolds Gallery (Austin).

Teresa Hubbard joined the faculty of the Department of Art and Art History in 2000, attracted by the university’s status as a Tier One research institution and the numerous archives on campus.

“I continue to admire and learn from the research being conducted by my colleagues throughout the department and campus,” Hubbard said. “Equally inspiring is the level of critical inquiry our students are engaged in with their own work.”

Since 1990, Hubbard has worked collaboratively with Swiss artist and life partner Alexander Birchler. Their practice includes photography, video, and sculpture that asks the viewer to reflect on memory, place, and cinema.

“It is a great honor to be awarded the William and Bettye Nowlin Endowed Professorship,” remarked Hubbard. “The endowment plays a very important role in providing the opportunity for me to constantly challenge my practice, take creative risks, and further my work.”

three people watching large film in darkened gallery
Giant, 2014, high definition video with sound. Photo by Frederik Nilsen. Courtesy of the artists, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (New York), and Lora Reynolds Gallery (Austin).

Hubbard / Birchler’s most recent projects were displayed in the internationally traveling exhibition Sound Speed Marker. The exhibition was presented at Ballroom Marfa and is currently on display at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland. In 2015, Sound Speed Marker will travel to the Blaffer Museum in Houston. A monograph of the exhibition will be published in March 2015.

In the past, Hubbard / Birchler have presented work at Venice Biennial, the Tate Museum Liverpool, Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, Kunsthaus Graz Austria, and the Mori Museum in Tokyo. They are represented by Tanya Bonakdar Gallery in New York, Galerie Bob van Orsouw in Zürich, Galerie Barbara Thumm in Berlin, Galerie Vera Munro in Hamburg, and Lora Reynolds Gallery in Austin.
 

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