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In Dreams
In Dreams
Camera in hand, D'Ette Cole makes images that bridge the gap between night and day

Arts, July 18, 2008

Arts Review
Lance Letscher: 'Industry and Design'
Throughout his latest group of collages, Letscher is always exploring how we work through ideas and emotions

Arts, June 13, 2008

Arts Review
Jennifer Balkan: 'Hidden Meaning'
Balkan's paintings celebrate and challenge traditional portraiture, presenting something of an identity peekaboo

Arts, May 23, 2008

Growing Pains
Growing Pains
Rapidly expanding Austin Green Art works to sustain its mission and identity

Arts, April 18, 2008

Arts Review
Call to Color: Cult of Color
The ballet based on Trenton Doyle Hancock's art may be problematic thematically, but it's still an enthralling experience

Arts, April 11, 2008

Arts Review
Wheelchair Epidemic
This Gallery Lombardi group show defiantly straddles divisions with singers behind the lens and guitarists behind paintbrushes

Arts, March 21, 2008

Arts Review
Testsite 08.1 Ether
A heady, intelligent exchange between artist and critic about art's invisibility and criticism's illegibility

Arts, Feb. 15, 2008

Arts Review
'Roy Lichtenstein Prints 1956-97'
AMOA's exhibit reveals how our desires are formed by primary colors, Benday dots, and thick black lines

Arts, Jan. 11, 2008

Arts Reviews
Cauleen Smith: NTSC
Smith uses the analog TV production standard to probe what's uniform and what's excluded in society as well as TV

Arts, Nov. 2, 2007

Arts Review
Transactions
This Blanton exhibition shows us how art occurs in the transfer of ideas, information, and nonmaterial goods

Arts, Oct. 26, 2007

Arts Review
The 2007 Arthouse Texas Prize Exhibition
This year's five prize finalists all question what civilized society is, in Texas and elsewhere

Arts, Sept. 28, 2007

Arts Review
Fall Faculty Salon Exhibition/Mike's World
Art teachers can do more than teach, as two companion exhibitions on the UT campus show

Arts, Sept. 21, 2007

Arts Review
Extra-Ordinary: The Everyday Object in American Art
AMOA's shows rejoice over blurred lines between interested corporate marketing and disinterested beauty

Arts, Sept. 14, 2007

Green on the Go
Green on the Go
For Austin Green Art, every day is Earth Day – or eARTh Day

Arts, May 25, 2007

Bi-ology
Bi-ology
The Texas Biennial's second rising

Arts, March 1, 2007

Arts Review
'The Sirens' Song'
Arthouse's exhibition "The Sirens' Song" is seductive, luring viewers with artworks that hint at storylines and inviting them to make plot from paint

Arts, Feb. 23, 2007

Arts Review
'The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984'
The overall effect of "The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984" is almost patriotic, showing an appreciation of the radical thought and freedom of action that made the U.S. the young revolutionary in that time

Arts, Dec. 29, 2006

'Abstract Expressionism, 1940s-1960s'
"Abstract Expressionism, 1940s-1960s" is at once a stand-alone illustration of a pivotal time in American art and a prelude to the continued explosions of radical artistic energy that marked New York throughout the 20th century

Arts, Dec. 29, 2006

Arts Review
'Take Me to Bed or Lose Me Forever'
Volitant Gallery's exhibition "Take Me to Bed or Lose Me Forever," which both employs and questions many of love's clichés to reflect on our experience of the emotion, is a smile and a good laugh

Arts, Dec. 22, 2006

Arts Review
'EVR: e-flux video rental'
Arthouse's EVR: e-flux video rental offers a chance not only to see some very interesting, hard-to-find pieces of film and video art, but also to participate in a study of our own patterns of communication

Arts, Dec. 22, 2006

Arts Review
'Beverly Penn: Weeds'
Beverly Penn's sculptures of weeds in bronze, brass, steel, and nickel are not only stunningly beautiful, they also help us redefine the nature vs. technology dichotomy

Arts, Dec. 15, 2006

Kitsch Kringle
Kitsch Kringle
What we really want when we want Santa

Arts, Dec. 8, 2006

Arts Review
'Testsite 06.5: I Want to See My Skirt'
Inspired by 1960s images of a Nigerian girl, filmmaker Cauleen Smith and poet A. Van Jordan create a beautiful Testsite collaboration that imagines her journey to womanhood but also reveals how we see ourselves

Arts, Dec. 1, 2006

Arts Review
'William Kentridge: Weighing ... and Wanting'
William Kentridge's film 'Weighing ... and Wanting' re-examines the biblical tale of Belshazzar in post-apartheid South Africa

Arts, Nov. 3, 2006

Beyond the Blockbuster
Beyond the Blockbuster
With 'Luca Cambiaso, 1527-1585,' the Blanton bucks the trend toward superstar exhibitions and spotlights a lost Renaissance master

Arts, Oct. 20, 2006

Arts Review
'Lu Ann Barrow's Soul-Journers: Friends, Family, and the Fabric of Daily Life'
In Lu Ann Barrow's brilliantly colored canvases, every pebble, blade of grass, dress, and wallpaper pattern is rendered in bold colors that excite rather than drown one another out

Arts, Oct. 6, 2006

Arts Review
'Rembrandt's Etchings'
With the exhibition 'Rembrandt's Etchings,' the Blanton Museum of Art has created a rare and intimate opportunity for you to see, study, and absorb the impact of Rembrandt's mastery for yourself

Arts, Sept. 29, 2006

Arts Review
'Eric Zimmerman: Simplon Pass'
Eric Zimmerman's "Simplon Pass" plays off utopian visions of the past in ways that are beautiful and painful in their longing for release from spatial bounds

Arts, Sept. 22, 2006

Arts Review
'Mary Lee Bendolph, Gee's Bend Quilts and Beyond'
The Austin Museum of Art's exhibition 'Mary Lee Bendolph, Gee's Bend Quilts, and Beyond' prompts one viewer to piece together a story about postmodernism from patches of art and ethnology

Arts, Sept. 15, 2006

Arts Review
'Oliver Boberg / 1997-2005'
The Oliver Boberg retrospective at Lora Reynolds Gallery is a must-see, but telling you why might spoil the surprise

Arts, Sept. 8, 2006

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