Buster Graybill-Artist
New York Exhibition:
I will be showing sculptures, video, and photographs in a group exhibition, PROLEGOMENA, at the Jack Hanley Gallery in NYC.
This is a curatorial project by Grisham’s Ghost (Ajay Kurian)
http://www.greshamsghost.com/home.php

Opening: April 7th 6:00-8:00pm
April 7th - April 28th
Jack Hanley Gallery
136 Watts Street
New York, NY 10013
http://www.jackhanley.com/
Artforum Critics' Pick: Buster Graybill
http://artforum.com/picks/section=us&mode=past#picks29794
Solo Exhibition
Buster Graybill: Progeny of Tush Hog
November 20, 2011–February 19, 2012
AMOA–Laguna Gloria

Progeny of Tush Hog will be an ambitious indoor and outdoor exhibition of sculptures, photographs, and video by San Antonio artist Buster Graybill that explores the way urbanization interacts and collides with the natural world.
The southern colloquial term “tush hog” is a name for a tusked feral hog, and sometimes for tough people who behave like them. Graybill’s Tush Hog is a breed of sculptures that retains some Minimalist formal traits while also functioning as wild game feeders. It is as if the contemporary aesthetics of a Donald Judd sculpture escaped Marfa, TX and crossbred with the rural functionality of a deer feeder in the nearby rural landscape. Shiny metal hybrid offspring, Tush Hogs, were left alone in the wilderness without curators and conservators to care for them. Their rugged diamond-plated armor belongs in a pick-up truck bed, rather than an art gallery. Muscular geometric shapes endure the attacks of wild hogs, deer, rams, critters and critics looking for some casual target practice. Like the animals they encounter, migrating through rural, suburban, and urban areas, the Tush Hogs remain in a state of constant adaptation as they search for a more hospitable habitat.
Artist Lecture: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2011
2011 LHI Art-Sci Symposium: LAND As LAB
Free & Open to the Public:
Come check out the 1200 acre Land Heritage Institute with media presentation by former Art Lies editor Anjali Gupta and Pastelegram founder/editor Ariel Evans, artists Chris Sauter, Buster Graybill, and collective M12.
Location:
Land Heritage Institute
1349 Neal Road
San Antonio 78221