Austin Art Events

 

Upcoming Events

 

 

Opening Reception – Homecoming: The Winter Group Show

When: Saturday, December 3, 4-7 pm
Where: Davis Gallery, 837 W 12th St

Davis Gallery is excited to host Homecoming, an extensive group exhibit showcasing the depth and variety of work by our Davis Gallery family of artists, as diverse and original as Austin itself. Homecoming will showcase new and recent work by 34 central Texas based artists, that celebrate the now and the historical feel of our ever changing state.

 


 

 

Salvador Dalí Exhibition

 

When: Friday, December 9, 6-9 pm
Where: Ao5 Gallery, 10000 Research Blvd STE 118

 

Salvador Dalí, a notoriously prolific surrealist painter from the 20th century, is known best for his obscure stylistic choices and abstract imagery. Ao5 Gallery will present a large and rare collection of original color lithographs & woodblock prints by Salvador Dalí. This exhibition will showcase artwork spanning decades of the artist’s career, including pieces from “Signs of the Zodiac”, the fascinating decomposition woodblock prints illustrating “Dante’s Divine Comedy,” the “Biblia Sacra” series, and more. Work in this exhibit will be available for purchase. Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity from Bruce Hochman, author of the official guide to the graphic works of Salvador Dalí.

 


 

 

Nevena Bentz + Ao5 Gallery Holiday Party

 

When: Friday, December 16, 6-8 pm
Where: Ao5 Gallery, 10000 Research Blvd STE 118

 

Join us at Ao5 Gallery as we host Nevena Bentz – local Austin Artist whose work focuses on the complex relationships between people and their surroundings.

Nevena is a Bulgarian artist who studied law in France, became a lawyer in Texas and a professor in Bulgaria – her life is one of many colorful experiences. Her constant pursuit of meaning culminated when she reconnected with her creative side. Nevena ‘s artistic journey plays with female identity. Her work challenges society’s beauty standards for women and rebels against a market that reinforces their insecurities. Through the use of female fragments and distortion, Nevena’s work communicates women’s inner contradictions, struggles, and emotions and the fragile illusion of perfection they strive to achieve. To counter the sense of wreckage, Nevena uses bold and vibrant colors in playful ways as she assembles the fragments into a whole.

 

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