• Address

    200 E. MLK Jr. Blvd.
    Austin, TX 78712

  • Today’s Hours

    (includes Ellsworth Kelly’s “Austin”)

    Closed temporarily

  • Parking

    Brazos Garage
    210 E. MLK Jr. Blvd.
    Austin, TX 78712

  • A large steel-and-plaster sculpture dangles from the ceiling of the Blanton Museum of Art's atrium, depicting a fantastical symbiotic sea colony
  • Inside view of Ellsworth Kelly's Austin
  • A class group sits in a semi circle to discuss the work "Parade (diptych)" by Mequitta Ahuja in the modern and contemporary gallery
  • A group of guests look at Cerrado por brujería [Closed for Witchcraft] by Luis Felipe Noé. The piece features haunting images of abstract faces and forms in a series of squares. Above the faces are more haunting figures wearing black robes. A large red cross with the image of a man is painted over the man in robes as an ambiguous symbol, offering comfort to the alienated while enforcing through censorship officially sanctioned Western and Christian values.