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Caitlin Greenwood

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"Angelbert Metoyer: Life Machine" at the Canopy

For this Co-Lab Projects exhibit, a gallery at Canopy becomes a tomblike space for exploring religion

Arts Review, Nov. 25, 2015

Making the Most of EAST

Ten tips to help you keep your head in the crush of the East Austin Studio Tour

Arts Feature, Nov. 19, 2015

"Donald Moffett" at the Blanton

The Blanton exhibition marks a shift not only toward artists from Texas but also toward more political art

Arts Review, Nov. 19, 2015

An EAST Buyer's Guide

What to do when you find a piece of art on the East Austin Studio Tour that you want to bring home

Arts Feature, Nov. 12, 2015

Mexic-Arte Museum's "Community Altars"

Mexic-Arte shows the variety in celebrations of Día de los Muertos across Mexico's different regions

Arts Review, Oct. 29, 2015

"Mons Dew" at MASS Gallery

MASS Gallery's five artists bombard the senses with neon-bright objects linked to personal consumption

Arts Review, Oct. 15, 2015

"De La Tierra"

The group exhibition, curated by Michael Anthony García, refreshes the migrant Latino narrative

Arts Review, Oct. 1, 2015

Gricelda Silva, Equal Parts Pragmatism and Whimsy

For five years, the actress has been among the busiest and best on Austin's stages

Arts Feature, Sep. 24, 2015

"I'll Be It" at Pump Project

The exhibit of four Austin artists' work at Pump Project exposes the fun of objecthood

Arts Review, Sep. 24, 2015

"Frank Reaugh: Landscapes of Texas and the American West"

The wide open spaces that define the Texas stereotype are explored in rich detail in this artist's work

Arts Review, Sep. 10, 2015

"The Only Knowledge Worth Possessing"

Personal narratives stand at the heart of this exhibit by artists in the Contemporary Austin's Crit Group program

Arts Review, Aug. 27, 2015

"Kira Lynn Harris: Glittering Dystopias"

Arts Review, Aug. 6, 2015

"Robert Therrien"

The sculptor invites viewers to reconsider physical space with objects much larger and smaller than normal

Arts Review, Jul. 23, 2015

"There's a Summer Place Where We Can Go"

The Davis Gallery show has a surprising depth and variety, but some of it distracts from the show's laid-back vibe

Arts Review, Jul. 9, 2015

"Elizabeth McDonald: I Only Know Plenty"

McDonald's ambitious solo show targets scapegoating, though some of its power is lost in repetition

Arts Review, Jun. 11, 2015

"Agree to Disagree: 2015 Studio Art MFA Thesis Exhibition"

The exhibit by UT graduate students is a mix that ranges from impressive to downright disappointing

Arts Review, May. 14, 2015

Art and Motherhood on the West Austin Studio Tour

Four WEST exhibitors reveal how their work is informed by being a mom

Arts Feature, May. 7, 2015

"Sara Condo/Lindsay Hutchens" at Permanent Collection

One photographer considers the mother she had while another ponders the mother she thought she'd be

Arts Review, May. 7, 2015

"Blood and White"

Caitlin McCollom's paintings seek to marry the limitations of the body with the reality of death and decay

Arts Review, Apr. 23, 2015

"Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties"

"Witness" brings the Civil Rights Movement to the Blanton Museum of Art

Arts Review, Apr. 9, 2015

Glorious Renewal

The Contemporary Austin gives new life to the place where it all began, Laguna Gloria

Arts Feature, Mar. 26, 2015

"Tom Sachs: Nuggets"

Tom Sachs' new pop-culture sculptures take center stage at Lora Reynolds Gallery

Arts Review, Mar. 26, 2015


"000000" makes something out of nothing at Pump Project

Arts Review, Mar. 19, 2015

"Tamara Becerra Valdez and Jesse Kees"

Two artists study and celebrate Bastrop

Arts Review, Mar. 5, 2015

"Soft Wax: Adam Crosson"

Adam Crosson melds history and architecture in a solo exhibition that rewards the studious eye

Arts Review, Feb. 12, 2015

"Unconscious Collective"

John Tennison's solo show lacks an editorial eye, and the exhibition suffers for it

Arts Review, Jan. 29, 2015

"Do Ho Suh"

Do Ho Suh brings to Austin his fresh perspective on what physical and emotional sructures make a home

Arts Review, Dec. 31, 2014

"Julie Moon and Rick Mansfield: Green Zone"

Julie Moon and Rick Mansfield are both sculptors, but their work here comes from opposite ends of the sculpting spectrum

Arts Review, Dec. 4, 2014

EAST Toast

Curated cocktail mixes to make your East Austin Studio Tour a tad more intoxicating

Arts Feature, Nov. 13, 2014

"Matthew Genitempo and Schutmaat: Motor Chronicles"

These photographs frame the isolation and beauty of the American West but keep it at a distance

Arts Review, Oct. 30, 2014

"Dave Culpepper: Wake Me When It's Quitting Time"

Even as Dave Culpepper dreams about our future in space, he humorously points out our present decline

Arts Review, Oct. 16, 2014

In the Company of Cats and Dogs

The Blanton has created a fun exhibition that reveals our evolving relationship to these fur babies

Arts Review, Aug. 21, 2014

'Advanced Young Artists: Teen Artist + Mentor Exhibition'

Advanced Young Artists mentorship program elevates and exposes Austin's budding artists

Arts Review, Aug. 7, 2014

'A Secret Affair: Selections From the Fuhrman Family Collection'

The Contemporary Austin brings an exceptionally curated medley of international artists to town for a study in dualism

Arts Review, May. 29, 2014

'Peppermint Doorstop'

This lighthearted exhbition by Matthew John Winters has a perspective as refreshing as the candy in its title

Arts Review, May. 22, 2014

Wura-Natasha Ogunji: 'Your heart is clean'

Arts Review, May. 8, 2014

Pat Snow: Monologue

The exhibition weaves anecdotes into a story of the artist's life and also his creative range

Arts Review, May. 1, 2014

Art City Austin 2014

Art Alliance Austin's annual spring art fair brings art to the streets around City Hall

Arts Feature, Apr. 10, 2014

'Meine Karten Sind Durchlöchert: My Maps Are Full of Holes'

Randi Renate Mabry's installation unearths the hidden past of her family's German heritage

Arts Review, Mar. 27, 2014

Faring Well: Megan Carney

The artist's solo show commits to incorrect memory and reconstructed imaginations with playfulness and poignance

Arts Review, Feb. 27, 2014

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