The Artpace Blog

30
Apr

Artpace Alumni Taking Their Works On The Road

Photographs from Dor Guez‘s (Fall 2012 International Artist-in-Residence) Artpace exhibition 40 Days will be shown at the Pollock Gallery on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Guez’s work reflects on personal memorials, as well as the marginalization of religious groups in the Middle East. Using images of destruction, the photographs themselves are damaged, creating layers […]

10
Apr

Devon Dikeou’s “Pay what you wish, but you must pay something” now in the Artpace Archives

Artpace alum Devon Dikeou‘s (International Artist-in-Residence Spring 2011) work explores the relationship between participants in the arts, and her recent project, Pay what you wish, but you must pay something, is no different. NADA Miami Beach, which took place December 5-8, 2013, invited Dikeou to create this project, which included reproductions of 16 museums’ donations boxes interspersed […]

17
Mar

Artist Alumni Update

Current artist-in-residence Jessica Mallios will give a talk at Trinity University’s art department tomorrow, March 18, at 3pm, where she will discuss her past work and upcoming exhibition at Artpace. Texas Public Radio‘s Jack Morgan recently interviewed current resident artists Jessica Mallios and Liz Glynn, who discussed the process of making art during their residencies as […]

25
Feb

Artpace Artist Alumni Update

Our Alumni Artists have been up to a lot lately! LA><ART will host a reception and book signing for the release of Crickets by Mungo Thomson, composed by Michael Webster, a musical score of Thomson’s current video exhibition at Artpace. The score and video are based on field recordings of crickets from around the world, resulting in […]