Manuel Carrillo's "Mi Querido México" (My Beloved Mexico) features 25 enchanting and evocative photographs from the Bank of America Collection. Distinct in their formal compositions, with dramatic contrasts of light and shadow, Carrillo’s photographs focus on the expressions of his subjects as well as on the everyday beauty of rural communities in post-revolutionary Mexico. The exibit opens at 10 a.m. on July 12 and runs through Sept. 2. From news release
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Written by Amanda Evrard on Oct 31 2012 - 12:02pm
NOWCastSA just turned three! And we're celebrating that birthday by giving something back to those of you who believe in NOWCastSA enough to invest in the future of this nonprofit community news organization. We have some special "thank you" gifts for people who donate to NOWCastSA before Dec. 31. But first, think about what you would miss if there was no NOWCAstSA. Here's a video to help you imagine:
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on May 9 2012 - 8:43pm
The San Antonio Museum of Art will host a discussion of the Latin American artworks on loan to SAMA from San Antonio collectors. The discussion will be moderated by the director of the Kelso gallery, Katie Luber.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on May 9 2012 - 6:52pm
In collaboration with KRTU Jazz 91.7 The San Antonio Museum of Art will host Scene at SAMA, a monthly event that focuses on one aspect of the Museum and pairs it with a complementary musical genre and a specialty cocktail.
Written by pinojo on Apr 18 2011 - 11:09pm
David Rubin arrived in San Antonio by way of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Crescent City. Rubin joined the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) in 2006 as the Brown Foundation Curator of Contemporary Art and has been responsible for the permanent collection, exhibitions and programming in contemporary art at the museum. One of the programs that have been very successful is the ongoing Artist Conversation Series.