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Grand Opening: Play @Yanaguana Garden

What:

PLAY is a series of 6 new public art projects for Yanaguana Garden at HemisfairPark, downtown San Antonio, TX. Artists include: Alex Rubio, Karen MahaffyJennifer Khoshbin, Joey Fauerso, Justin Boyd and Stuart Allen. The series was curated and project managed by lead artist Stuart Allen.

Visit the PLAY at Hemisfair website for more information: CLICK HERE

Collection of the City of San Antonio, commissioned through Public Art San Antonio.READ MORE

Exhibition: Distortions

Two bodies of photographic work, Soap Bubbles (2014-2015) and Glass (2015), examine the peculiarities of light.

Fl!ight Gallery
In the Blue Start Art Complex, San Antonio, TX
Opening reception: Friday, September 18th from 6-9 pm.

more information: CLICK HERE

Fl!ght Gallery
134 Blue Star
San Antonio TX 78204
210.872.2586

Exhibition: Departures and Arrivals

Palo Alto College, San Antonio, TX

September 17 – November 27, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, Sep. 17 , 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Departures and Arrivals: curated by Mark Hogensen, presents artworks from San Antonio artists that have strengthened and stretched the drawing genre. Drawing, has long been considered the most elemental of the visual arts. From the hands of these artists, the viewer will discover a wide range of process, media and content.READ MORE

Kite Table Fabrication

Fabrication of The Kite Table underway, a new public project for the redevelopment of Hemisfair Park in San Antonio.

Stuart Allen

Exhibition: Wichita Art Museum

Stuart Allen: Kansas, Low Resolution
May 30 – September 13, 2015

Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS

This summer, WAM is pleased to present a selection of work from Allen’s photography. Each image is an extraction of only a few select pixels from larger photographs of landscapes taken in Wichita. The result is a beautiful chromatic square with gentle color shifts that invokes not just the moment of the image’s capture but the perpetual changes of nature.

www.wichitaartmuseum.org

View the work

Kite Travels: Guatemala

The second of two trips funded by a travel grant from the Peter S. Reed Foundation in New York, Allen traveled to Sumpango, Guatemala in the fall of 2013 to witness and photograph the remarkable Barriletes Gigantes. These enormous kites, flown on the Day of the Dead, are perceived as direct links to ancestors’ spirits.

Click Here for the resulting photographs and more information.

Kite Travels: Italy

Funded by a travel grant from the Peter S. Reed Foundation in New York, Allen traveled to Cervia, Italy in 2013 to photograph and participate in the 33rd Annual Cervia International Kite Festival.

Click Here for the resulting photographs and more information.