|San Antonio Museum of Art|
During the month of September FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA showcases original photography at restaurants, galleries and other venues across the city. Exhibits highlight all forms of photographic art including traditional, digital, documentary and creative. For example:
§ Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, the first and longest-running venue for contemporary art in San Antonio, opens September 2 with an exhibition featuring works of Chuck Ramirez, Rodolfo Choperena, Carlos Betancourt and Debra Sugerman.
§ The San Antonio Museum of Art, within the reclaimed historic Lone Star Brewery, features Animal Instinct: The Photographs of Daniel Lee on September 3 – February 19. Lee’s work uses digital technology to portray the idea that people often exhibit behavioral, personality and physical characteristics resembling those of animals.
§ The River of No Return exhibit by respected photographer Laura McPhee is a series of 6-by-8 foot photographs of the land and people of rural Idaho displayed at the Southwest School of Art on September 1 – November 1.
|McNay Art Museum|
Additional exhibits at the McNay that visitors might find interesting are The Orient Expressed: Japan’s Influence on Western Art, 1854 – 1918, Cassatt and the Orient: Japan’s Influence on Printmaking and Art + Present: Gifts from the Peter Nortan Family, all open from October 5 – January 15.
Photos and information courtesy of Visit San Antonio www.visitsanantonio.com