A note regarding COVID-19
"Texas Biennial: A New Landscape, A Possible Horizon"
The Texas Biennial is a geographically led, independent survey of contemporary art in Texas. This is the seventh iteration of the program, making the Texas Biennial the longest-running state biennial in the country. The program was founded by Austin nonprofit Big Medium in 2005. This year, for the first time in its history, the project is distributed across several Texas museums, featuring exhibitions, programs, and works of public art in San Antonio (Artpace, McNay Art Museum, Studio at Ruby City, and the San Antonio Museum of Art) and Houston (FotoFest). In addition to artists living and working in Texas, the biennial curators have broadened the scope of the project to include “Texpats,” i.e. Texas natives and artists with deep connections to the Lone Star State working in any part of the world. In another first, the 2021 Texas Biennial features international artists for whom Texas and its history are subject matter.
Sept. 1-Jan. 31
Various locations SAN ANTONIO, Texas