Salvador Castillo

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Arts Review
'Folded, Torn, Cut, Woven, and Pulled'
Five artists let the paper do the talking in this intimate show at the Blanton Museum of Art

Arts, May 2, 2008

Arts Review
La Caja Museo de Arte Contemporáneo
This museum-within-a-museum's miniature works are less engaging and absorbing than the large works by the same artists

Arts, May 2, 2008

That Was Then; This Is Now
That Was Then; This Is Now
The latest version of 'New Art in Austin' shows how much has changed in three years

Arts, April 11, 2008

Women & Their Work: Sliding through an artist's work in 15 minutes
W&TW's 'Show & Tell' provides a quick and easy intro to an artist via slides

Arts, March 14, 2008

Arts Review
Jesse Burke and George Schroeder
This dual solo show didn't offer any connections between Schroeder's slender sculptures and Burke's polished photos

Arts, March 14, 2008

Arts Review
'The World Is Making Us Look Bad'
Can two failed ideas ever amount to greatness without creating more junk?

Arts, Feb. 1, 2008

Top 10 (Plus One) Memorable Discoveries of 2007
Top 10 (Plus One) Memorable Discoveries of 2007
Chronicle Arts writer Salvador Castillo remembers 2007 in the visual arts

Arts, Jan. 4, 2008

Arts Review
The Book of Lenny
Jonathan Marshall's artwork and video illustrate a mythic journey that's *cough* Star Wars *cough* strangely familiar

Arts, Nov. 23, 2007

Arts Review
Pokey
Each artist in this group show brings together disparate elements and, like patchwork, creates a larger whole

Arts, Nov. 16, 2007

Arts Review
YLA 12: Embracing Chaos
Despite some enjoyable work by this year's Young Latino Artists, the show overall isn't impressive

Arts, Nov. 9, 2007

Arts Review
Ronnie Weeks: Reinventing the Wheel
Collage is a valid form, and artist Ronnie Weeks uses it well

Arts, Oct. 19, 2007

Arts Review
Femme Fantastique
The fantastic narratives presented are masterfully woven and most entertaining

Arts, Oct. 12, 2007

Serious Fun
Serious Fun
Four local artists bid a playful, colorful adieu to summer

Arts, Sept. 7, 2007

Radical Nautical
Radical Nautical
'Radical Nautical,' maybe the most jam-packed show in Gallery Lombardi history, is a quirky, energetic celebration of water

Arts, Aug. 31, 2007

Arts Review
Interchange
'Interchange,' this year's three-part summer MFA show at Creative Research Lab, marks a positive departure from last year's

Arts, Aug. 17, 2007

Nohegan: Camping out for art
Nohegan: Camping out for art
The art camp Nohegan is back for a second summer, with more camping, camaraderie, and creating art at McKinney Falls State Park

Arts, Aug. 10, 2007

Arts Reviews
'New American Talent: The 22nd Exhibition'
In 'New American Talent: The 22nd Exhibition,' we may be witnessing a return to structure

Arts, Aug. 10, 2007

Arts Review
Debra Broz and Adde Russell: 6.07 Works
At Salvage Vanguard Theater Gallery, artists Debra Broz and Adde Russell both try to say something important, but it's difficult to make out what

Arts, July 27, 2007

Arts Review
'Christine Gray: Mimeographic Spectrum'
Christine Gray's paintings at Okay Mountain recall old Dutch still lifes but delightfully play with our perceptions

Arts, July 20, 2007

Arts Review
'Whitney Lee: Power Craft'
Artist Whitney Lee has taken cute farm animals and adorable house pets – icons of traditional domestic crafts – and postered them across the streets of Austin

Arts, July 6, 2007

Arts Review
'Tom Molloy: Lone Star'
Tom Molloy's exhibition at Lora Reynolds Gallery may be critical of current U.S. leadership, but it also wisely opens queries instead of plugging in answers

Arts, June 8, 2007

Arts Review
'Lizzy Wetzel, Bradley Brown & Edward Setina: Agent on the Road'
This first part of the artist exchange between Dallas' Road Agent Gallery and Austin's Art Palace brings a stylistically different perspective to our town

Arts, June 1, 2007

Arts Review
'No American Talent 3 – The Common Deceit of Reality: Basim Magdy'
Basim Magdy's "The Common Deceit of Reality" questions the scientific and historical postulates we derive from partial evidence, but parts of the installation undercut the whole

Arts, May 25, 2007

Mel Ziegler: The exit interview
Mel Ziegler: The exit interview
As he prepares to leave Austin, internationally recognized artist and former Arts Commission Chairman Mel Ziegler reflects on the city and the arts over the past decade

Arts, May 18, 2007

Arts Review
'The Geometry of Hope'
'The Geometry of Hope' at the Blanton Museum of Art provides a survey of abstract art in Latin America over the 20th century, segmented into chapters by cities and decades

Arts, April 19, 2007

Arts Review
'Draw'
Gallery Lombardi is in its new space on Seventh Street with another group show hanging salon-style, but there's something a little different about "Draw"

Arts, March 16, 2007

Arts Review
'Owen McAuley: New Work'
Owen McAuley's late-night landscapes lit by street lamps and other artificial sources are all strikingly beautiful, but some struggle to achieve a sense of mystery

Arts, March 9, 2007

Arts Review
'Theresa Marchetta: Retreat'
As you look at the drippy, globular shapes on the canvases in "Theresa Marchetta: Retreat," your mind may get lost trying to figure out what's in front of you

Arts, Feb. 16, 2007

Top 10 Memorable Art Shows of 2006
Top 10 Memorable Art Shows of 2006

Arts, Jan. 5, 2007

Arts Review
'Celebrated Skin'
The tattoo art on display in "Celebrated Skin" show technical virtuosity and are visually arresting, but the element that shines the most in the exhibition is the respect for tattooing

Arts, Nov. 24, 2006

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