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Constance Lowe Interview

Throughout her career, Constance Lowe has used a range of materials to explore the intersections between nature and the domesticated and industrialized world. Lowe’s work in this dual exhibition [...]

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Nate Cassie Interview

Nate Cassie has always had an exploratory approach to materials, working in a variety of mediums including drawing, painting, sculpture, video and digital media. Cassie states that the drive [...]

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Cecilia Biagini Occupies a Space in Our Reality

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Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

Beauty has been defined by scholars as “the quality or aggregate of qualities in a person or thing that gives pleasure to the senses or pleasurably exalts the mind or spirit.”1 However, this idea [...]

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Embracing Cross-Cultural Pollination

As the hot summer days start fading away to welcome this rainy fall season, Ruiz-Healy Art says goodbye to The Blue Experience to install its latest exhibition: Made in Mexico. The group [...]

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The Blue Experience with Casie Lomeli

In a society where we’re constantly surrounded by images and colors, one color rises above the others in prominence and popularity: the color blue. Ruiz-Healy Art guest curator, Casie Lomeli [...]

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Inside the Explorative Mind of Artist Mark Schlesinger

In Mark Schlesinger’s solo exhibition “Hello Stranger(s)” — the artist’s first gallery exhibition in over a decade — the distinct collage-like placement of [...]

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Text-Based Work by Chuck Ramirez

A local San Antonio artist, Chuck Ramirez passed away at the age of 48 in 2010, leaving behind an impressive collection of works. Only two years after his death, his 2003 photograph Breakfast [...]

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Investigations of Gender and Identity in Chuck Ramirez’s Wrestler Series

Chuck Ramirez’s Wrestler series, depicting hyper-masculine toy wrestlers staged in various positions and groupings, was first displayed at the Arlington Museum of Art, in Arlington, Texas, in [...]

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Highlight: Carlos Amorales’s Triptych in Interval

This work will be featured in Interval, a group exhibition curated by Hills Snider on view from June 29 through September 2, 2017. Early in his career, Carlos Amorales began to explore both his [...]

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