Art Cars still displayed at Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art

There's a chance for the art cars at the Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art to be displayed longer.

VICTORIA, Texas – On Saturday, Dec. 20, the Art Car Showcase at the Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art was scheduled to come to an end and then have a new exhibition in January.

Now, they are extending this exhibit to stay for a longer period of time, since the new art exhibition might be delayed with recommended COVID travel restrictions at play.

Art Gallery Guide, Magdalena Kuykendall, shares more about the uniquely decorated cars.

“We bring them in during Art Cars and this time, we’re using it as a filler for our next artist coming in, which we hope will be in January, but with COVID and traveling, we don’t know whether it will happen yet,” she said.

There are 8 cars displayed, some cars are completely rebuilt anew, like amber eagle’s rosebud. A vehicle that questions the concept of the alien and a metaphysical view on travel in inner and outer space.

“This is Rosebud and Rosebud was designed and made by an artist, Amber Eagle, she’s a Houston Artist and then they brought it on here and it’s been in our art car parade here and in the one in Houston,” Kuykendall explained.

All cars will stay in exhibition, where you can still enjoy seeing them, even with the holidays being a little different this year.

The museum is open: Wednesdays – Sundays, from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. For more on this exhibit and the artist, click on the links below:

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