Organized by the Tyler Museum of Art, this exhibition features a variety of mixed media collages and assemblages from 2000 – 2010 by Al Souza.
The works, including his jigsaw puzzle assemblages, showcase his ability to masterfully combine various parts to create a dynamic whole.
Arthur Clayborn, a reporter for KLTV Channel 7, recently visited the TMA to check out Bits & Pieces: Works by Al Souza. Our Executive Director, Christopher Leahy, gave him a personal tour, which you can see here: https://www.kltv.com/2020/07/23/partially-assembled-jigsaw-puzzles-come-together-new-exhibit-tyler-museum-art/
We will be following the Governor’s 25% occupancy guidelines. Please take a moment to review the Health Protocols for Museums by clicking the link here before planning your visit – https://tylermuseum.org/visit/health-protocols/.
This exhibition is supported by Humanities Texas and Endowment for the Humanities.
From the Vault: Works from the Art Museum of Southeast Texas
September 13 – November 29, 2020
Organized by the Tyler Museum of Art, From the Vault: Works from the Art Museum of Southeast Texas will be on view Sunday, September 13 through November 29. The exhibition features a variety of works by contemporary Texas artists from the Art Museum of Southeast Texas’ Permanent Collection. The works are diverse and include drawings, mixed-media collages, paintings, photographs and prints. The artists range from Billy Hassell, who had a solo exhibition here in Tyler in 2013, to Emily Peacock, exhibiting at the TMA for the first time. Grouped altogether, the works spotlight the diversity of Texas art as well as the depth of AMSET’s Permanent Collection.