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    Big Medium: The Contemporary Print

    The bright anchor of PrintAustin's inkstained vehicle of wonders is this exhibition of printmaking from 35 artists from around the world, juried by Anna Katherine Brodbeck of the Dallas Museum of Art. There's so much here that's so good, but, listen, there's also a new large work called Oversight by Art Werger – and that alone should be enough to draw you to Big Medium before the show ends.
    Through Feb. 16
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    Dimension Gallery: Little Soldiers

    Here's Part 1 of a two-part exhibition by Jade Walker, investigating the human body in collision with disease. The concept of healing runs deep through the installation, with each stitch connecting back to the body and how we as humans fight to heal, grow, and evolve.
    Through Feb. 16  
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    ICOSA: When Everything’s Been Said

    New works by Jonas Criscoe and Mark Johnson that explore the illusion of direction and the indeterminacy of visual language, charting the cacophonous nature of our contemporary environment while reflecting upon the incoherent facets of information that saturate our daily lives. Highly recommended graphic lingogasm in 3 … 2 … 1 …
    Through Feb. 16  
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    Recspec Gallery: A Way Home

    Kevin Muñoz and Graham Franciose come from opposite corners of the U.S. – with different backgrounds, upbringings, and artistic styles. Despite these differences, both they've found common ground through a shared outlook on life and collaborative works. Now see the results, another terrific part of PrintAustin, in this bright array of drawings, paintings, and prints.
    Through Feb. 16
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