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Artpace San Antonio is pleased to announce our first exhibition of 2022: Mystic Toolkit, curated by writer and Artpace Curatorial Residence alumna Anaïs Castro. On view in the Hudson Showroom, Mystic Toolkit brings together the work of seven artists working across a variety of mediums ranging from sculpture, painting, photography, and performance to celebrate daily rituals of coping, healing, and grieving that have become indispensable in recent times.
Participating artists include Alicia Adamerovich, Vanessa Brown, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, Erika DeFreitas, Julian Yi-Zhong Hou, Rachael Starbuck, and Shanie Tomassini. Despite their own idiosyncratic visual vocabulary and practice, the artists included in this exhibition all share the recognition of the mystical forces that affect our daily lives and pay tribute to the daily rituals and repeated gestures that keep us wholesome.
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This exhibition has been made possible through the generous support of the Betty and Howard Halff Charitable Fund and the Artpace Pacesetters. Artpace would also like to thank the City of San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture, the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation of the San Antonio Area Foundation, and the Texas Commission on the Arts for their ongoing support of Artpace’s exhibitions and programs.
Artpace San Antonio is a nonprofit residency program which supports regional, national, and international artists in the creation of new art. As a catalyst for artistic expression, we engage local communities with global art practices and experiences. To date, Artpace has welcomed over 260 artists through its renowned International Artist-in-Residence program. Annually, Artpace hosts three residencies. Each feature one Texas-based artist, one national artist, and one international artist who are selected by a notable guest curator. Each eight-week residency culminates in a two-month exhibition on site. The mission of this program is to provide artists with unparalleled resources that allow them to experiment with new ideas and take provocative risks. www.artpace.org