Top 10 Art Installations of 2005

'Chronicle' visual arts writer Rachel Koper names her favorite art installations of 2005

<i>Heyra Hankshaw, Tommy Faye Buffalo and the Cowering 
Cowboy Castrati</i>, by Ali Fitzgerald
Heyra Hankshaw, Tommy Faye Buffalo and the Cowering Cowboy Castrati, by Ali Fitzgerald

1) Ali Fitzgerald (anywhere and Art Palace)

2) Sodalitas, East Austin Studio Tour (Bolm Studios Gallery)

3) Dave Bryant and Jason Singleton, "navidad floral service & associates" (Camp Fig)

4) Sharon Smith and Barry George, "Birds of a Feather" (Butridge Gallery, Dougherty Arts Center)

5) Heather Johnson, Zack Booth Simpson, Barna Kantor, Ledia Carroll, "22 to Watch" (Austin Museum of Art)

6) Jennifer Chenoweth and Todd Campbell of Fisterra Studio, "Organic" (Butridge Gallery, Dougherty Arts Center)

7) Wade Beesley, Backyard Art Show, East Austin Studio Tour (gallery dv8)

8) Various artists, "Cracks in the Pavement"

9) Randy Jewart, Green Art Austin

10) Michael Sieben, Andy Coolquitt, and Susan Whyne, "Where Were They Then?" (Art Palace)

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