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Anne Coe, “Suburban Ranchette: The New Watering Hole”

Explore Cultural Topics and Expressions of the West at the Briscoe Museum through September 1, 2019

The Briscoe Western Art Museum (Texas) is pleased to present “Into a New West,” a summer contemporary art exhibition featuring nearly 50 works of art on loan from the Booth Museum of Western Art. Exploring cultural topics such as the environment, feminism, and social commentary, this exhibit showcases a shift from traditional representations to new ideologies and expressions of the West.

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Thom Ross, “Doc Holliday”
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Donna Sickles, “Not Without Its Ups and Downs”

“The Briscoe is excited to share these groundbreaking works from the Booth Museum with the city of San Antonio and its visitors,” said Liz Jackson, vice president of the Briscoe Western Art Museum. “The exhibition will resonate with audiences across generations by exploring universal themes presented in a new light.”

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Paul Pletka, “Mescaleros – La Silla Negra”
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Kevin Red Star, “Ready for the Two Step”

Open to the public through September 1, 2019, museum-goers will enjoy an exciting exhibition of Western contemporary art ranging from the 1960s to the present. The works challenge the conventions of representation that hallmark traditional Western art and engage audiences with the culture of the present day.

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Carrie Fell, “Crazy Mountain Saddle Slickers”
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R. Tom Gilleon, “Northern Plains”

For more information about “Into a New West,” visit BriscoeMuseum.org.


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