Fl!ght Gallery’s Ed Saavedra transformed BSCAC’s Gallery 4 by cutting the space in half with a diagonal wall. With one painting cut into two strategic pieces, Saavedra’s Requiem for an English Major referenced Thomas Gainsborough's “The Blue Boy” as well as a symbolic Bexar County suicide.
Among the Sean FitzGibbons sculptures Taking Up Space at Justiceworks Studio is an $11,000 chandelier, created in collaboration with glass artist Jake Zollie Harper.
And sorority sisters collided with “Hannah Montana” addicts at UTSA Satellite Space, where photographers Leah DeVun and Sarah Sudhoff presented Femininity Constructed, a sharply-executed study of pop culture and female rites of passage.
PHOTOS BY BRYAN RINDFUSS
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