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MASS Gallery Moving
Gallery leaving 507 Calles Saturday, selling art to fund move
DAILY Arts  July 19, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...On Sat., July 21, MASS Gallery brings to a close its 5 1/2-year run at 507 Calles, but don't think this 12-year-old Austin arts collective is going away for good. It's just going a little farther east, and you can help it get there if you show up for its farewell party/auction/fire sale 3-9pm...."

MASS Gallery's "Staycation: thresholds"
The gallery's first exhibit in its new home invites viewers into the private self and into the stretching of one's limits
Arts Review  November 15, 2018, by Melany Jean
"...In the midst of a multi-weekend studio tour wherein Eastside artists invite you into their places of work and respite, MASS Gallery is continuing the 11-artist group show "Staycation: thresholds," the first exhibition at MASS's new location. The show invites the viewer into points of creation, though through the gallery, not the studio..."

"Mons Dew" at MASS Gallery
MASS Gallery's five artists bombard the senses with neon-bright objects linked to personal consumption
Arts Review  October 15, 2015, by Caitlin Greenwood
"..."Mons Dew" feels like a natural extension of Albarn's Plastic Beach. The exhibition at MASS Gallery intends to "confuse, illuminate, and delight the senses" through sculpture, painting, and video work from five artists: Patrick Berran, Melissa Brown, Andy Coolquitt, Stacy Fisher, and Shara Hughes..."

MASS Gallery Opens 'Public Access'
Group show turns gallery into public access TV studio
DAILY Screens  April 18, 2013, by Monica Riese
"...Starting tomorrow (Friday, April 19) and running through May 4, MASS Gallery will transform its white-walled space into a public-access television studio...."

“Regional Fictions” at MASS Gallery
This thought-provoking show takes on the educational system's traditional narratives by juxtaposing the familiar with images that challenge it
Arts Review  June 28, 2018, by Melany Jean
"...They wield the weapons of design to do so, considering the narratives told and passed along in terms of visual associations and phrases. What results is "Regional Fictions," a gallery/classroom that challenges the viewer to unlearn and relearn..."

"The First Horizons of Juno" at MASS Gallery
Within this smart and variable group show are three works that are muscular, robust, something to pump your fist to
Arts Review  October 13, 2016, by Sam Anderson-Ramos
"...The second moment is a bizarre video piece, Holograms, by Candice Lin. The video takes up its own darkened corner of the gallery..."

"Richard Forster: Levittown" at Lora Reynolds Gallery
The artist's reconsideration of his suburban hometown hinges on the conflict between the mass-produced and the personal
Arts Review  October 6, 2016, by Sam Anderson-Ramos
"...In this case, I am moved by Forster's willingness to complicate the common perception of American suburbs which, at least in the last few decades, has been one of disdain. It's easy to intellectualize the shortcomings of suburban sprawl, but in reality, as with most human endeavors, it is a far more complex – and far more interesting – matter than it may at first appear. "Richard Forster: Levittown"Lora Reynolds Gallery, 360 Nueces #50, 512/215-4965www.lorareynolds.com Through Nov..."

"Crit Group 2018" at grayDUCK Gallery
The body of work by artists in the Contemporary Austin's current critique group often engages the body in some way
Arts Review  August 23, 2018, by Tatiana Ryckman
"...Upon entering the gallery, the viewer is confronted with the visceral mixed-media collage work of Christine Garvey. With titles like Scab, Mouth, and Strip, it's hard not to feel that the saturated, pink-hued works are bodies cut open and laid bare..."

“The People’s Gallery 2017” at Austin City Hall
This year's showing of work in Austin City Hall by a small army of local artists offers satisfaction on multiple levels
Arts Review  July 13, 2017, by Sam Anderson-Ramos
"...Ryan Montgomery's oil painting Buttermilk Pie probably shouldn't interest me as much as it does, but even before I saw it in person, the image in the catalog for "The People's Gallery 2017" caught my attention. It's relatively simple: a photorealistic dish of mostly consumed buttermilk pie and a metallic spoon sit on what appears to be a buttermilk pie-themed tablecloth..."

“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 Review  March 23, 2017, by Sam Anderson-Ramos
"...Swec may have orchestrated the process, but ultimately she, and her collaborators, were at its mercy. That is as it should be. “Jana Swec: Congitopia”grayDUCK Gallery, 2213 E..."

Hotbox
MASS Gallery establishes an artist-in-residency program at its new home
Arts Story  August 2, 2013, by Caitlin Greenwood
"..."Well, it started in the old space, where we wanted to invite artists to have a residency in our studios with no AC during the summer. Literally, a hot box," laughs MASS Gallery founding member Jules Buck Jones as he recalls how the gallery's budding residency program was first discussed..."

The Alley Cat Project
MASS leaves artistic surprises in a dozen East Austin backyard byways
Arts Story  December 28, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...The remainder of the works will be installed over the next five weeks. Check www.massgallery.org regularly for the latest news on what's up where...."

The Fuse Is Lit
The lineup for Fusebox Festival 2013 has been announced
DAILY Arts  January 30, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...The countdown to Austin's annual hybrid arts hootenanny began in earnest Tuesday night when Fusebox Festival Artistic Director Ron Berry announced the lineup for the 2013 edition at MASS Gallery. On the bill: dance by Deborah Hay, music by line upon line, theatre by Action Hero, and film by Peat Duggins...."

Park Benched
The Cost of Art, Part II: Without enough buyers for art, local galleries like Tiny Park can't make the rent
Arts Story  March 28, 2014, by Seth Orion Schwaiger
"...Unfortunately, it is a reality that many galleries in Austin have had to face. There are always unique compounding factors, but Austin's lurching market continues to apply undue pressure to the decision-making of art organizers and gallery management..."

Table Banquet
The nominees for the 2013-2014 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 8, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...Solo Gallery Exhibition..."

David Prince: The Tragedy of the Enclosure
David Prince's solo show paints a beautiful but disjointed picture
Arts Review  January 24, 2014, by Caitlin Greenwood
"...MASS Gallery, 507 Calles, #108 www.massgallery.org Through Feb. 15..."

10 Can’t-Miss Art Museums and Galleries
Old Masters and new whiz kids all have a home here
DAILY Chronolog  March 3, 2017
"...The structure now known as the Jones Center, located at the corner of Seventh & Congress, has been a part of Downtown since 1851, when it was young Austin's first three-story brick building. A multimillion-dollar makeover in 2010 created an open space with multiple galleries at street level, a massive main gallery on the second floor, and a 5,500-square-foot rooftop deck for film screenings and community events..."

So Much Beginning Where Sixth Street Ends
The arts-heavy complex at 507 Calles defines creative synergy
Arts Story  July 26, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...If you're impressed by the sculpture suspended from the main dining room's ceiling at Mettle, Bridget Dunlap's new restaurant in the southwest corner of the refurbished warehouse complex at 507 Calles, you could walk across the wide hall to East Side Glass Studio and see what other wonders the artist Leigh Taylor Wyatt has created. You might have to scoot around a cluster of people in that art-filled gallery, though, because folks have crowded over from a beer tasting at the popular Hops & Grain Brewery just a little farther down the concrete-floored walkway..."

Critics Name Cream of the Cultural Crop
The nominees for the 2017-18 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 14, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...Solo Gallery Exhibition “Anthony B. Creeden: Cacti and Semaphore,” grayDUCK Gallery “Bucky Miller: Grackle Actions,” Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum “Claude van Lingen: Timekeeper,” Co-Lab Projects “Larry Bamburg: BurlsHoovesandShells on a Pedestal of Conglomerates,” UT Visual Arts Center “Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons: Notes on Sugar,” Christian-Green Gallery “Rachel Stuckey: Good Days and Bad Days on the Internet,” Women & Their Work “Raul Gonzalez: Doing Work,” grayDUCK Gallery..."

"Julie Moon and Rick Mansfield: Green Zone"
Julie Moon and Rick Mansfield are both sculptors, but their work here comes from opposite ends of the sculpting spectrum
Arts Review  December 4, 2014, by Caitlin Greenwood
"..."Julie Moon and Rick Mansfield: Green Zone"MASS Gallery, 507 Calles #108 www.massgallery.org Through Dec. 13..."

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