The Blanton Museum of Art
"...The result is messy at times, but largely melodic. It is loud and quiet at once. “En Bola”de stijl | Podium for Art, 1006/1004 W..."
"...It's an enigmatic, curious, combustible mix. A giddy achievement in so small a space. "Larry Graeber: Place to Place" de stijl | Podium for Art, 1006/1004 W..."
"...The light that results from that friction is precious, and almost blinding. Almost. "One / Sixth"de stijl | Podium for Art Through July 10..."
"...“Tammie Rubin: Before I Knew You, I Missed You”De Stijl | Podium for Art, 1006/1004 W. 31st, 512/354-0868, www.destijlaustin.com Through Nov..."
"...Solo Gallery Exhibition “Ana Esteve Lloren: Studies for Future Objects,” Women & Their Work “Lauren Moya Ford: New Hands on Old World Flowers,” Big Medium “Liz Rodda: Heat Loss,” Women & Their Work Gallery “Low Down: New Works On Paper by Ricardo Vicente Jose Ruiz,” Not Gallery “Scorch and Drag: Prints and Sculptures by John Robert Craft,” Flatbed Gallery “Tammie Rubin: Before I Knew You, I Missed You,” de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART “Tania Mouraud: Everyday Ogres,” UT Visual Arts Center..."
"...Coleman, 32, was raised in Los Angeles, attended the art program at the University of California at Los Angeles, and eventually came to Austin to attend the MFA program at the University of Texas. Last summer, she took part in the "One / Sixth" show at de stijl | Podium for Art, the politically conscious gallery where she also works..."
"...8) "ONE / SIXTH" (de stijl | Podium for Art) This show reminded us that UT has only had seven African-American studio art MFAs in its entire history...."
"...DK: Our old cassette release Odditties is coming out on Timmy’s label as a double foldout on vinyl. Also De Stijl Records is releasing my solo LP Here Come the Cars on vinyl..."
"...Solo Gallery Exhibition “Tammie Rubin: Before I Knew You, I Missed You,” de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART..."
"...DE STIJL: PODIUM FOR ART 1006 W. 31stThree artists with three distinct styles of expression..."
"...Wolf EyesNo Answer: Lower Floors (De Stijl)..."
"...White Heaven Out (PSF) Sights and sounds unreal The living end emerges In another realm The Stars Today (P.S.F.) Dust cloud, nebula Elliptical groove thickens Slowly melts away Michio Kurihara Sunset Notes (20|20|20) The wind's twelve quarters Soundscapes, footprints in the sand Another chapter ends High Rise Disallow (Squealer Revisted) Acid electric Shimmering psychedelics Burn too quickly for the mind Jakob Olausson Moonlight Farm (De Stijl) Subliminal sounds Of silhouettes at midnight Crawling in the dark Cambodian Psych-out feat. Srei Sothear and Sin Sisamouth (El Suprimo) Organ meets guitar Near land mines buried in time Another girl shrieks..."
"...The rest is a mixed bag. White wields his axe like a matador flourishes a red cape in his duel with Regulo Aldama's trumpet on "Conquest," a flamenco-infused cover of the popular Patti Page tune from the Fifties, which bests the Raconteurs' rendition of Nancy Sinatra's "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)." Meanwhile, riffs roll right off De Stijl's 2000 assembly line for "Bone Broke," "Little Cream Soda," and "I'm Slowly Turning Into You." Meg and Jack successfully scrap together "Rag and Bone," but stall on the tracks with "300 M.P.H..."
"...c) Wire, Pink Flag; White Stripes, De Stijl; Bloc Party, Banquet..."