Archive for the ‘Blanton Museum of Art’ Category

Conceptual Art and Politics in Latin America

On November 7, internationally recognized sculptor and installation artist Doris Salcedo presented a lecture at the Blanton on her work and its connection to political history. A native of Bogotá, Colombia, Salcedo makes art using specific historical events—both from Latin America … Read the rest

Save the date for annual ACC Concert Crawl!

WEATHER UPDATE, 4/6: It’s raining! This means we’re going with the inclement weather plan for today’s Austin Cultural Campus Spring Concert Crawl. Instead of one of the four spots being Mark di Suvero’s sculpture, we’ll be in the POB atrium Read the rest

Images of Abundance: Food in Between Mountains and Sea

An embroidered mantle patterned in vivid indigos and reds. A meticulously modeled crustacean in clay. Black ceramic bottles burnished to give off a metallic sheen.

The Blanton’s new exhibition of ancient Andean material arts, Between Mountains and Sea: Arts of Read the rest