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A Passage to (the Contemporary Art of) India
Intermission at Bass Concert Hall got a lot more interesting last month when Kala Fine Art filled the building with 80 large pieces of contemporary art from India
"...a lot more interesting last month when Kala Fine Art filled the building with 80 large pieces of contemporary..."

Nov. 19, 2004 Arts Feature by Rachel Koper

Art Openings
"...ALTERNATE CURRENT ART SPACE, 2209 S. First, 443-9674. "The Sacred and Profane,"..."

March 14, 1997 News Feature

Toast to an Artspace About Art
Pro-Jex's Tunnel of Art on Fifth Street Was More Than a Gallery, Much More
"...Neil Coleman at the original Pro-Jex Gallery photograph by..."

April 3, 1998 Arts Feature by John Spong

Sacred Spaces and the Art of Margo Sawyer at AMOA
"...Blue, 1998..."

Aug. 21, 1998 Arts Feature by Rebecca S. Cohen

Art is a put-up-or-
"...sentence that turns itself inside out (as the best art inevitably does): All art is mass art, all art..."

Jan. 5, 1996 Column

'I Am Not Tartuffe': American rock & roll vs. French art film
Yellow Tape Construction Company's I Am Not Tartuffe reimagines Molière's satire as a tale of scheming French people plotting to take over America's future
"...15, Yellow Tape Construction Company premieres I Am Not Tartuffe, a play in which God is available via instant..."

March 16, 2007 Arts Feature by Elizabeth Cobbe

Point Austin: The Art of the Possible
A few thoughts on Texas Democratic prospects
"...the territory." Venerable lefty journal The Nation parachuted longtime European correspondent D.D. Guttenplan into Texas for a preview cover..."

June 1, 2018 News Column by Michael King

Numerous and Curious Tongues
What two new books -- Twentieth-Century Art of Latin America by Jacqueline Barnitz and Mexican Suite: A History of Photography in Mexico by Olivier Debroise -- arrive at, like the most chaotic of the Mexican murals, is a body of work that is crammed full of dissonant faces and lives while telling a seductive tale in numerous and curious tongues.
"...Twentieth-Century Art of Latin America by Jacqueline Barnitz University of Texas..."

March 16, 2001 Books Feature by David Garza

Renaissance (and Baroque) Man
As a curator for UT's Blanton Museum of Art, Jonathan Bober played a pivotal role in securing the Suida-Manning and Steinberg art collections, thereby giving some of the world's great art a home in Austin.
"...tall, slender man in the upstairs gallery of the Art Building on the UT-Austin campus. The remark sounds a..."

April 4, 2003 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

For the Love of the Line
In the exhibitions “Old Master Drawings From the Suida-Manning Collection” at the Blanton Museum of Art and “Selected 20th-Century Master Drawings” at the Norwood Gallery, we can indulge our eyes in samples of art spanning five centuries.
" the fact that the space is blank; it starts with a void. A hand comes to rest there..."

Oct. 8, 1999 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Making the Scene
Looking back at the time when Austin was at the center of the Texas art world
"...Anyone who's ever taken a 19th or 20th century art-history class has probably felt a little inundated by the..."

Aug. 24, 2007 Arts Feature by Amanda Douberley

To Marfa, on a Tuesday in December
When high art and hipness move in, what happens to a tiny Texas town?
"...light blue letters: It's a souvenir from the contemporary art space at the heart of what can only be..."

Dec. 23, 2005 Arts Feature by Dan Keane

How to Celebrate Austin Museum Day 2020
In person and virtual events abound on the city' annual free museum day
"...annual Austin Museum Day, citizen, that free celebration of art, culture, history, music, nature, and science – with local..."

Sept. 15, 2020 Arts Post

The Making of Austin
Curator Carter Foster on Ellsworth Kelly's art building
"...If you want the lowdown on artist Ellsworth Kelly and his final work – and masterwork..."

Feb. 15, 2018 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Austin’s Best Free Summer Events
From museums to live music to yoga to bats, Austin has it all
" live music and events in the worlds of art, yoga, and theatre have something for everyone...."

July 15, 2022 Events Post by Mazzy Oliver Smallwood

A major change in the staff for the Salvage Vanguard Theater; a new endowed chair for the UT Department of Art and Art History.
"...doesn't see the flurry of personnel changes at Austin arts organizations that last year did, it won't be for..."

Jan. 21, 2000 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Drawn and Quarterly? Fantagraphics? A Few Recent Releases?
Yes: Our new comics-reviewing team gives 'em a look-see
"...comic books and graphic novels and compilations of sequential art – or whatever label you wanna tag the stuff..."

May 10, 2013 Books Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

"...all on display in a room of his Prague apartment, row upon mirrored row. Set in near-contemporary Czechoslovakia, Utz's..."

June 11, 1993 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Beyond the Blockbuster
With "Luca Cambiaso, 1527-1585," the Blanton bucks the trend toward superstar exhibitions and spotlights a lost Renaissance master
"...its Madonnas – names everybody knows. But just because artists like Van Gogh and Renoir don't often get their..."

Oct. 20, 2006 Arts Feature by Nikki Moore

Shadows and Fog
"...time out, Allen very successfully blends his existential musings, European yearnings, American humor and cheerful mysticism in a black-and-white..."

March 20, 1992 Movie Review by Kathleen Maher

Entrances and Exits
A distinguished curator and top scenic designer bid farewell to UT
" was Dana Friis-Hansen leaving the Austin Museum of Art and Ken Stein leaving the Austin Theatre Alliance. Now..."

Feb. 11, 2011 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson's film is a marvelous spectacle: spry, sly, and rich with microdetailed production design and tickling tributes to cinematic forebearers.
"...hotel in 1932, set alpine-high in a (made-up) Eastern European country called Zubrowka. As the clock counts down to..."

March 14, 2014 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

Back to the Grind House
On the occasion of QT 6, an ode to the demented poetry of triple bills in iniquitous theatres
" sex shows, pornographic bookstores, crazed preachers, and con artists. Some action was on the street itself, but most..."

Sept. 16, 2005 Screens Feature by Louis Black

Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
Beautiful and heartfelt fantasy anime tackles death and family
"...been enslaved as war mounts for the kingdom of Mezarte. With the Renato dying off, Mezarte decides to raid..."

July 20, 2018 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

Darwin's Nightmare
This delicately horrific yet artful documentary examines the destruction of Lake Victoria by the omnivorous Nile perch, and the dire consequences this causes the Tanzanian people.
"...source of white fish fillets for most of the European dining establishment, this non-native species was introduced by persons..."

Jan. 20, 2006 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Sweet Dreams
Waking Up the Bed & Breakfast Business
"...notion right up to the point where the accounting starts, then it becomes apparent that a healthy alternative income..."

Nov. 29, 1996 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Are You Experienced?
In a new ad campaign, the Blanton redefines 'art,' raising questions about what it means
"...The Blanton Museum of Art's new "Art is Experience" PR campaign is canvassing Austin,..."

June 30, 2006 Arts Feature by Nikki Moore

Inside and Outside the Curatorial Box
Husband and wife curators Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro and Regine Basha discuss the art of their profession.
"...about? How do you influence the world through the art you select to exhibit? After talking with curators Gabriel..."

Nov. 14, 2003 Arts Feature by Madeline Irvine

Austin Museum Day 2022
Not sure where to start planning your Austin Museum Day?
"...Annual Austin Museum Day is a free celebration of art, culture, history, music, nature, and science. More than twenty..."

Sept. 15, 2022 Events Post

DVDanger: The Hallow
There’s something evil in the woods
"...Every Northern European culture knows that Robert Frost was wrong. The woods..."

April 9, 2016 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

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