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Visual Arts

Galería Guadalupe

723 S. Brazos Street, San Antonio, TX 78207
Open Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 
Admission is Free 
For appointments & group tours please schedule at least 48hrs in advance.
For more information email info@guadalupeculturalarts.org

Established in 2005, within a roughly 3,000sqft converted HEB warehouse, the Galería Guadalupe hosts a multitude of art exhibitions, artists and events that expand our interpretation of the world around us. The Visual Arts program offers artist talks and tours free to our neighbors and tourists alike. Additionally, the Galería hosts annual programming such as the Día De Los Muertos altar community exhibition and the Hecho a Mano/Made by Hand fine arts & crafts market.

On average, our programming features a new exhibition every 6–8 weeks, with an emphasis on local and regional artists. The goal of the Visual Arts program has been to highlight the artistic excellence of local intercultural dialogue via the visual arts discipline.

Current ExhibitsPrevious Exhibits

Día de los Muertos Altar Exhibition

On view October 29, 2018

Open from 10:00am to 10:00pm during the Día de los Muertos Celebration on November 2

View Día de los Muertos altars in the Galería Guadalupe created by a variety of artists, families, and organizations.

“Antifaz: Forget The Alamo. Yellow Rose”, Ángel Rodriguez-Díaz, July 2004, Acrylic and oil on canvas, 39 ½ x 60 in., Collection of the artist

The Other Side of the Alamo: Art Against the Myth

Extended through October 12, 2018

Opening Reception: February 23, 2018

Symposium and Catalog Signing: October 8, 7:00pm

Selected Chicano/a artists are tasked with countering the mainstream myths of the Alamo’s iconic status through their traditional and non-traditional paintings, sculptures, and installation work. The Other Side of the Alamo is curated by art historian, curator and cultural worker, Ruben C. Cordova, Ph.D.

“one of the most revelatory exhibitions mounted for the city’s tricentennial.” –  Josh Feola, Artsy