Upcoming Exhibitions 

 

    
Victor Perez-Rul

Victor Pérez-Rul | The Odds

May 19, 2017 - Jul 16, 2017
Russell Hill Rogers Gallery I | Santikos Building
Free and open to the public

Opening Reception: Fri, May 19, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Victor Pérez-Rul (Mexico City) exhibits works that explore and exploit the relationships between energy, matter, and consciousness, using platforms such as sculpture, installation, interactivity, sound, and performance. Within his experimental creative processes, this technological artist fuses scientific research, technology, and empirical data through technological and electronic media, alongside physical processes. From a post-humanist perspective, Pérez-Rul generates artworks that encourage introspection.

Pérez-Rul has lectured at the Universidad Iberoamericana about multidisciplinary experimental creative processes and has exhibited his work in Mexico at: Salón ACME, White Cremnitz Gallery and Galería Karen Huber, Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Museo de la Ciudad de Mexico, Museo de la Ciudad de Queretaro and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Morelia. Internationally, he has exhibited in The Netherlands at the Crossing Border Festival (The Hague, 2009), Young Art Festival (Beverwijk, 2010), Melkfabriek (Hilversum, 2010), Museum Hilversum (Hilversum, 2010) and in Germany at the Unpainted Art Fair (Munich, 2014) among others.

Shown: Victor Pérez-Rul, Study for The Odds, 2016, sketchbook detail

    
Esteban Delgado

Esteban Delgado | Paintings

May 19, 2017 - Jul 16, 2017
Russell Hill Rogers Gallery I | Santikos Building
Free and open to the public

Opening Reception: Fri, May 19, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Referencing the minimalist works of Josef Albers and Ad Reinhardt, Esteban Delgado (San Antonio) exhibits abstract paintings that present a contemporary investigation of space and light represented through shapes and colors. Delgado’s works explore these relationships by collaging geometric shapes into abstract or disrupted spaces, portraying the artist’s interest and exploitation of the tensions between various colors inspired by the landscapes of South Texas.

Shown: Esteban Delgado, Off the Shelf, 2016, acrylic on panel