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James Housefield
An appreciation of AMOA's adjunct curator as he leaves Austin for California
"...James Housefield has moved to the West Coast, and, as..."

Sept. 5, 2008 Arts Feature by Rachel Koper

'22' Questions
Getting to know the new adjunct curator at AMOA
"...June 2005. That's one of several projects that Dr. James Housefield has been working on since joining the museum..."

Aug. 27, 2004 Arts Feature by Rachel Koper

Top 3 Visual-Arts Stories for 2007
Chronicle Arts writer Rachel Koper remembers 2007 in the visual arts
"...2) James Housefield has a ton of energy! The adjunct curator..."

Jan. 4, 2008 Arts Feature by Rachel Koper

Modern Art. Modern Lives. Then + Now
AMOA's dual exhibit of art made a century apart shows some things never change
"...experimentation and risk at work. As assembled by curator James Housefield in his last show for AMOA, this art..."

Oct. 17, 2008 Arts Review by Robert Faires

22 to Think About
Austin Museum of Art shows new local art that engages the mind
"...for the 2005 show – Friis-Hansen; AMOA adjunct curator James Housefield; AMOA director of exhibitions and education Eva Buttacavoli;..."

Aug. 26, 2005 Arts Feature by Rachel Koper

22, Two
The Austin Museum of Art has lined up the next 22 local artists that we ought to keep our eyes on
"...to launch its sequel. Along with AMOA adjunct curator James Housefield; director of exhibitions and education Eva Buttacavoli; Joan..."

May 20, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Looking Over His Shoulder
‘Alex Katz: Small Paintings’ brings you unexpectedly close to the artist
"...Austin artists James Housefield and Susan Whyne will give an informal tour..."

March 28, 2003 Arts Feature by Madeline Irvine

Give 'Em a Hand
The nominees for the 2009 Austin Critics Table Awards
"...Dana Friis-Hansen and James Housefield..."

May 15, 2009 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Top 10 Happy Moments of Art Appreciation and Artists Who Found a New Gear This Year
Chronicle Arts writer Rachel Koper remembers 2008 in the visual arts
"...many locals loaned work for this show curated by James Housefield ("Then") and Dana Friis-Hansen ("Now"); it was a..."

Jan. 2, 2009 Arts Feature by Rachel Koper

Abstract Expressionism, 1940s-1960s
"Abstract Expressionism, 1940s-1960s" is at once a stand-alone illustration of a pivotal time in American art and a prelude to the continued explosions of radical artistic energy that marked New York throughout the 20th century
"...the Austin Museum of Art's current "Radical NY!" show, James Housefield eloquently quotes the mood that made artwork like..."

Dec. 29, 2006 Arts Review by Nikki Moore

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