Department of Art and Art History News

Sandra Fernandez presents work at the National Museum of Mexican Art

Thu. September 18, 2014

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Professor Sandra Fernandez presents work in Rito y Recuerdo at the National Museum of Mexican Art. The exhibition is on display September 18 through December 14.

Stephnnie Mulder featured on Not Even Past

Thu. September 18, 2014

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The Department of History blog, Not Even Past, features an excerpt from Professor Stephennie Mulder's most recent publication The Shrines of the ‘Alids in Medieval Syria: Sunnies, Shi’is and the Architecture of Coexistence. Mulder also speaks about her work and the study of art history in a video interview.

Adriana Corral exhibits at Artpace

Thu. September 18, 2014

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Image courtesy of the artist and Artpace.

Invasive Species: Landscapes by Justin Boyd, Adriana Corral, and Joey Fauerso is now on display at Artpace includes work by Corral (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2013). The exhbition will be on display through January 4, 2015.

Jeff Williams included in group exhibition at Regina Rex

Thu. September 18, 2014

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Professor Jeff Williams presents work in House, What is Your Crime? at Regina Rex at the Knockdown Center. The exhibition includes work by Williams, Leeza Meksin, and James Cordas and will be on display September 6–September 28.

Troy Brauntuch included in exhibition at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Thu. September 18, 2014

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The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presents URBAN THEATER: NEW YORK ART IN THE 1980s. The exhibition examines how this scene and decade "gave rise to some of the contemporary art world’s most recognizable features." Work by Professor Troy Brauntuch will be included alongside work by Laurie Anderson, Jenny Holzer, Jeff Koons, Robert Mapplethorpe, Cindy Sherman, Any Warhol, and more.