Check Out These Art Exhibits Opening in Austin
Some of the exhibits are indoors, allowing you to get away from the heat.
AUSTIN, Texas – You can find art everywhere in Austin, from murals to museums. But we’re starting to see more and more bigger exhibits coming to town.
Fortunately, some of the exhibits are indoors, allowing you to get away from the heat.
An exhibition includes the work of anonymous street artist Banksy.
“Banksyland,” an international traveling exhibition in 22 cities, will open at 800 Congress Ave. July 22-31. The immersive exhibition features over 80 original pieces, including works of art that have never been seen by the public.
PHOTOS: BANKSYLAND Exhibit in Austin
Meanwhile, a masterpiece from Rome can now be seen in Austin — sort of. A Sistine Chapel exhibit is currently open at the Circuit of the Americas Paddock Event Center. Visitors can see 34 reproductions of Michelangelo’s famous painting until August 28.
And more art will light up Austin this fall at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. “Field of Light” by artist Bruce Munro will feature 28,000 solar-powered glass spheres spread over 16 acres. Tickets are on sale now and the exhibition opens on September 9.
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