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    AgavePrint: Furlong

    The photographer Raymond Meeks, often inspired by collaboration with writers of poetry and short fiction and the merging of image and text, presents a collection of works that play with memory and place and the ways in which a landscape can shape an individual.
    Through May 6
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    Ai Weiwei Sculptures Now In Your City!

    The Contemporary Austin and Waller Creek Conservancy present a free public event to celebrate the unveiling of two monumental sculptures by Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei. The mesmerizing Forever Bicycle is at the Waller Delta, 74 Trinity. And Iron Tree Trunk is on view at Laguna Gloria, 3809 W. 35th.
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    Austin Art Garage: Whimsy & Wonder

    Whimsy and wonder, indeed: If anyone can evoke those feelings in a show of new paintings, it's gonna be that Lauren Briere with her sci-fi-inflected "Robots & Rowboats" series.
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    Camiba Art: Glimmers of Time

    The vibrantly colored rods of Lorena Morales are clustered along the walls, painted to become glimmering lines: some solid, some gradients, others speckled with contrasting colors. "As the viewer approaches the works, the color appears and then disappears – much like memories."
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    Catherine Lee: The Ney Project

    A retrospective of Texas artist Catherine Lee's work in diverse media will be anchored by her monumental sculpture Hebrides #6: Clach An Trushal, on loan from the Contemporary Austin.
    Through May 6
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    Comanche Motion: The Art of Eric Tippeconnic

    This exhibition is enhanced with artifacts providing historical context for the paintings, rich with the unbroken connection the Comanche people have with their roots. Also, Rodeo: The Exhibition Boy howdy, it's the history of the Texas rodeo – vibrant, interactive, and fully documented in this fine new show.
    Through Jan. 2. $9-13.
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    DeCola & Eusebi Gallery

    Stained and leaded glass and mosaics. 701 Tillery Ste. A-11, 389-2266.
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    Flatbed Press: Pine

    The crux of Jill Wilkinson’s work is drawing: Drawing from trees, drawing from the memory of trees, drawing from the muscle memory, drawing the void, drawing from the drawing. Now witness a fine selection of those original drawings – and the monoprints created from them.
    Through April 27
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    Flatbed Press: Vasculum

    Spencer Fidler’s practice is to collect plants from his property in Las Cruces, N.M., and draw them daily at four times their scale. Read our review right here, then see what such devoted work means for your floratropic eyes, in this new show at Flatbed.
    Through May 19
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    Gallery Shoal Creek: The Pink Bow Project

    Presenting a large-scale multimedia work by Karen Hawkins, displaying more than fifty nine-foot-tall fabric panels, each covered in 1000 pink hair bows, the bows representing the number of substantiated female child sexual-abuse cases reported annually to Child Protection Services agencies.
    Through May 12
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    Harry Ransom Center: Vaudeville!

    This exhibition reveals the story of where American entertainment all began, featuring photographs, manuscripts, and other documents and artifacts related to Harry Houdini, Mae West, W.C. Fields, Bert Williams, George M. Cohan, Burns & Allen, Tony Pastor, the Nicholas Brothers, Barbette, and others.
    Through July 15. Free.
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    Lora Reynolds Gallery: Black and White

    The sixth show by Tom Molloy in this elegant space is an exhibition of new drawings and found photographs that explore race – the social construct central to much of the injustice and inequality in America. Bonus: Mariah Robertson in the Project Room.
    Through June 2
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    Old Bakery Gallery: Self-Exploration

    Artwork by Donna Starnes, Beverly Deutsch, and Kathi Herrin.
    Through May 2
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    Studio L Gallery

    Sculptural work by Rita Marie Ross, Jacob Colburn, Daryl G. Colburn, Dorthy Crummer, and more. 2309 Thornton.
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    The Blanton: Form into Spirit

    Here's a show exploring the conceptual origins of Ellsworth Kelly's last great work, the 2,715-square-foot freestanding building called Austin – a monumental structure with colored glass windows, a totemic wood sculpture, and 14 black-and-white stone panels in marble and granite – the opening of which coincides with this Carter E. Foster-curated exhibition.
    Through April 29
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    Twyla Contemporary Art

    “It changes the room and really makes the house.” The new in-house gallery of these fine-art promoters boasts a diverse roster of artists and includes work by Austin-based Terra Goolsby and Rebecca Rothfus Harrell. See website for stylish details.
    209 W. Ninth
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    Wally Workman Gallery: Will Klemm

    This is a solo show with the Austin-based painter who's shown nationally since 1993 and is a veteran of more than 50 one-man exhibitions. This newest phase of work focuses on the horizon and the soft transitions that occur above and below.
    Through April 28
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    Yard Dog: Off the Record

    St. Louis artist Kerry Smith's new series features his gouache and oilstick paintings of iconic record album art.
    Through May 27
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