Thursday, March 2, 2017

16 Ways to Celebrate the First Weekend of CAM

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“Color Cycle”

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Fluctuating in tandem with the Contemporary Art Month mainstay known as the CAM Perennial, the CAMx initiative does double duty by showcasing out-of-town curators and artists in our homegrown art spaces while also exporting some of San Antonio’s brightest creative talents to partnering cities that have previously included Houston and Mexico City. Listed by The New York Times in the 2015 article “Art Basel Miami Beach: A Focus on Female Artists” as one of a handful of galleries championing oft-overlooked South Florida talent in the midst of a glitzy, international affair, Miami’s Laundromat Art Space brings its offbeat sensibilities to San Antonio for CAMx 2017. Marking a partnership with San Antonio artist, curator and mentor Alex Rubio’s new venture Rubio Gallery South, the CAMx group show “Color Cycle” imports works by Miami-based mixed-media artists David McCauley and Marina Gonella, painters Michael Williams and Pablo Contrisciani, self-proclaimed outsider artist Ronald Sanchez and photographer Christin Paige Minnotte, among others. Free, 7-10pm Fri, Southtown Flats, Rubio Gallery South, 111 Probandt St.,

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