35 Wonderfully Wicked Images from UTSA’s Group Show ‘Daydreams and Other Monsters’

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Curated by Alana Coates, UTSA’s group exhibition “Daydreams and Other Monsters” features internationally acclaimed artist Peter Saul, whose work is characterized by “a strong counterculture aesthetic and a wild politically incorrect figurative practice,” John Hernandez, a celebrated Texas artist who works with “lurid colors and eccentric sometimes outlandish subjects,” Megan Solis, an inventive and boundary-pushing San Antonio artist with a style that’s both saccharine and repulsive, and Louie Chavez, a young local artist who culls as much of his influence from meme culture as he does his study of artists like Saul. Free, artist talk noon Mon, Jul. 17; on view noon-3pm Mon-Fri through Aug. 4 (closed Jul. 3-4), UTSA Main Gallery, One UTSA Circle, (210) 458-4391, art.utsa.edu.