Sam Anderson-Ramos

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“Pio Pulido: The Last Exhibit of the 20th Century” at the MACC
This retrospective is like visiting an artist's crowded studio and yet provides just a glimpse of this visionary's output

Arts, Aug. 31, 2017

“Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler: Giant” at the Blanton Museum of Art
“Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler: Giant” at the Blanton Museum of Art
The film is good at showing the fate of the film set of Giant, but it leaves open the question of what's happened to Marfa

Arts, Aug. 24, 2017

“Young Latino Artists 22: ¡Ahora!” at Mexic-Arte Museum
At a time when Hispanic identity is ever more complex, the artists in "YLA 22" seem pretty sure of their own

Arts, Aug. 17, 2017

“Garth Weiser: Paintings, 2008-2017” at the Contemporary Austin
In this solo show of abstract works, the painter has pinpointed the ungraspable, like grabbing a tiger by the tail

Arts, Aug. 10, 2017

"Radiant: A Group Show" at Davis Gallery
In this group show, artists' odes to the sun, and brilliance in general, provide a sense of life and a lot to think about

Arts, Aug. 3, 2017

"Greg Davis: India's Kumbh Mela" at Butridge Gallery
These images offer impressive layers of visual intricacy but also raise the problematic questions of photojournalism

Arts, July 27, 2017

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"Far Out"
This show's works inspired by the James Webb Space Telescope tell stories, with the device's hexagonal golden mirrors a recurring visual motif

Arts, July 20, 2017

“The People’s Gallery 2017” at Austin City Hall
This year's showing of work in our local seat of government by a small army of artists offers satisfaction on multiple levels

Arts, July 13, 2017

"En Bola" at de stijl, and Podium for Art
The pairings of artists in this Los Outsiders exhibition yield works that are at once chaotic and harmonious, loud and quiet

Arts, July 6, 2017

“Island Oasis Mirage” at Big Medium
The exhibit by Michael Krueger, Kathleen McShane, and Barbara Weissberger seems a planned mess, but one that echoes a greater scheme

Arts, June 29, 2017

Anya Gallaccio: to see if time was there at Laguna Gloria
Anya Gallaccio: to see if time was there at Laguna Gloria
The artist's giant tree stump carved from limestone is a sign that we love ancient things and are part of nature, too

Arts, June 22, 2017

“Sean Caulfield: Landscapes: Transformed/Transfigured”
The blackness and voids in the artwork here feels like a future world laid waste, but it also feels like us

Arts, June 15, 2017

“Beth Consetta Rubel: Higher Learning: Educational Toys”
Rubel's solo show is cutting when it comes to Bill Cosby and Rachel Dolezal, but it also explores the complexities of race

Arts, June 8, 2017

"Abby Bagby: Kingdom" at Women & Their Work
The exhibition’s high-fashion outfits made from human hair and draped on mannequins are quite beautiful but also unsettling

Arts, June 1, 2017

“Robert Collier Beam: Scry” at Pump Project
The artist uses photographs and other media to catch the invisible and intangible but in a remarkably peaceful way

Arts, May 25, 2017

“The Geometry of Space and Time” at Mexic-Arte Museum
Sebastián's sculpture evokes string theory via concrete forms

Arts, May 18, 2017

Christina Coleman at WEST 2017
Christina Coleman at WEST 2017
The artist gives voice to the blackness in creation stories and personal histories

Arts, May 11, 2017

Texas School for the Blind’s
Texas School for the Blind’s "I Can’t Hear You, It’s Too Dark in Here"
TSBVI student artists go WEST with an exhibition of their work

Arts, May 11, 2017

“Nina Katchadourian: Curiouser” at the Blanton
Driven by untamable curiosity and over-the-top commitment, the artist makes work that revels in improvisation and play

Arts, May 11, 2017

"Jason Eatherly and Dave Lowell: Depth & Decay"
A fluid, graphic quality keeps the dissimilar work of these artists cohesive and makes visual candy that is pretty delicious

Arts, May 4, 2017

"Maria Chávez: String Room"
With this interactive sound installation, it's hard to tell whether it's more about music or not-music

Arts, April 27, 2017

“Jos Howard Demme: Bad Boys, Good Dogs, Everyone Else in Between”
This solo show at ATM Gallery / Studio is both romp and nightmare – Dante's Inferno dressed up like a clown

Arts, April 20, 2017

“Anne Siems: Weaving” at Wally Workman Gallery
The disembodied heads that populate this solo exhibition suggest departed women but are still beautiful and empowered

Arts, April 13, 2017

"Larry Graeber: Place to Place" at de stijl, and Podium for Art
In this collection of jazzy geometric mixed-media works and sculptures, the artist conjures wild characters in a self-contained universe

Arts, April 6, 2017

"ART for All + ALL for Art" at Art for the People Gallery
Truth is one of the rewards of this showing of work by artists who have lived on the streets

Arts, March 30, 2017

“Jana Swec: Congitopia” at grayDUCK Gallery
It's the valuable give and take between Jana Swec and her collaborators that make this show consistent, as well as surprising

Arts, March 23, 2017

Marketplace Art Gallery's Open Studio
Marketplace Art Gallery's Open Studio
Inside the Antique Marketpace, four women have created a space where they can develop as artists together

Arts, March 16, 2017

"Hector Carmona Miranda: Concrete, Plastic & Metal"
Sometimes you want more from the artist's 3-D printed busts and photographs of same, and sometimes you get it

Arts, March 16, 2017

"Nathan 'Sloke One' Nordstrom: Another Side"
At its best, this solo exhibition captures the swagger of graffiti on the street and the introspection of the gallery

Arts, March 9, 2017

"Sherry Xiao: Thinking of Home"
A series of paintings with figures that are blurred and pixelated neatly illustrates the shortcomings of digital interactions

Arts, March 2, 2017

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