A Visit to the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin

"Holding Hands" Austin, 2019
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“Holding Hands” Austin, 2019

Today Bay and I were at UT for a recruiting event, and after that was over we decided to check out the Blanton Museum of Art. Actually, Bay has been there twice before but this was my first time.

The Blanton Museum of Art is located on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, so if you are in town for an event, vacation, or touring UT, it’s super-convenient to visit. There’s a parking garage right next door, and it’s only $4 (with validation). Admission to the museum for me was $12 (adult), and just $5 for Bay (youth). If you are a UT student, the admission is free, and $5 if you are a student at another college. Oh, and admission is FREE on Thursdays!

I enjoyed the modern art of the permanent collection, but if you are used to the offerings in New York City or other large metropolises, you might be disappointed. Still, the space is top-notch and the temporary exhibition Words/Matter: Latin American Art and Language at the Blanton was really good. I really liked the wood print posters and their graphic style.

I took a few photos in the museum, and at the Ellsworth Kelly Austin installation. Enjoy!

"Make Tacos Not War" Austin, 2019
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“Make Tacos Not War” Austin, 2019
"Color Light" Austin, 2019
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“Color Light” Austin, 2019
"B" Austin, 2019
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“B” Austin, 2019
"Delicate Sculptures" Austin, 2019
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“Delicate Sculptures” Austin, 2019
"Skylight" Austin, 2019
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“Skylight” Austin, 2019