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UT's Public Arts Program Debuts an Ambitious New Project
Landmarks presents Ann Hamilton’s O N E E V E R Y O N E at the Dell Medical School
Arts Story  January 26, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...They will also form a library that can be drawn from as the project grows in other buildings around the medical school. Landmarks has certainly brought UT monumental projects before – think Nancy Rubins' Monochrome for Austin, with its spectacular stack of aluminum canoes, or Ben Rubin's And That's the Way It Is, with its projected newsfeed from both the Sixties and today scrolling across the Communications building facade at night – but O N E E V E R Y O N E, with its hundreds of participants and thousands of printed books, is on a scale all its own...."

Landmarks' Public Art at UT
PHOTO GALLERY  January 26, 2017
"...Monochrome for Austin by Nancy Rubins, 2015 Speedway & 24th..."

The 2014-15 Austin Critics Table Awards
Top honors to Salvage Vanguard's Thr3e Zisters, LOLA Austin's Femme Bohème, and Texas State's Kiss Me, Kate
Arts Story  June 4, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...FLIGHT OF FANCY AWARD Landmarks and Nancy Rubins for Monochrome..."

Everything Is Exemplary
The 2014-15 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  June 3, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...Flight of Fancy Award Landmarks and Nancy Rubins for Monochrome..."

Residence = Difference
A Stay at ArtPace in San Antonio Can Change an Artist
Arts Story  June 13, 1997, by Rebecca S. Cohen
"...Since January, 1995, the foundation's International Artist-In-Residence program (IAIR) has brought more than two dozen artists from as far away as New York and California, Japan and Australia, to work side by side with San Antonio artists in the ArtPace facility at 445 North Main Avenue, sharing ideas, forging friendships. Such rising and established art stars as Antony Gormley, Tracey Moffat, and Nancy Rubins have lived on-site, made art, and made friends, with some of them continuing to correspond with the artists they met in San Antonio..."

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