Well Worn Truths at Masur Museum of Art

Well Worn Truths features a variety of media and deals with depictions of the body in contemporary art. The body as a theme makes the exhibition easily relatable to visitors and also makes clear the many ways our bodies can be used as powerful vehicles for any number of ideas, both timeless and timely. The images and objects in Well Worn Truths include direct representations of individuals and groups, as well as depictions that imply bodies and their associated histories through metaphor.

The artists who bring this exhibition to life include: Kyle Bravo (LA), Sonya Clark (VA), Eliot Dudik (VA), Nicole Duet (LA), Robert Hodge (TX), Cetin Oguz (MS), David Politzer (TX), Libby Rowe (TX), and Felandus Thames (NY).

Conversations at French and Michigan

French & Michigan Gallery is pleased to host the pop-up exhibition Conversations, a presentation dedicated to Planned Parenthood of South Texas curated by Scott A. Sherer, PhD, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Texas at San Antonio. 

Featured artists include Christie Blizard, Jenelle Esparza, Mira Hnatyshn, Julia Barbosa Landois, Libby Rowe, and Anabel Toribio-Martinez.

Exhibition is on view from November 7 through 21. Join us for a preview on Thursday, November 7, 5:30 pm, and a reception on Friday, November 13, 7:00 pm, during Second Friday on Beacon Hill. A portion of art sales throughout the exhibition will be donated to Planned Parenthood South Texas.