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We P.2ed
Art that surprises, delights, disturbs and, yes, bores.
"...Museum, New Orleans Museum of Art and the Newcomb Gallery at Tulane University. And the roster of artists whose..."

Jan. 12, 2012 Qmmunity Post by Andy Campbell

Past: Paused
A two-man, two-nation photo show where everything new is old again – and vice versa
"...Davis Gallery..."

Sept. 26, 2008 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Tom Molloy: Lone Star
Tom Molloy's exhibition at Lora Reynolds Gallery may be critical of current U.S. leadership, but it also wisely opens queries instead of plugging in answers
"...Lora Reynolds Gallery, through June 23..."

June 8, 2007 Arts Review by Salvador Castillo

Making It Together
"Making It Together," the second part of the summer UT art grad shows at the CRL, gives quick answers to questions surrounding the idea of collaboration in art
"...That said, the works within the gallery walls are strong. Christa Mares and Scot Proctor create..."

Aug. 25, 2006 Arts Review by Salvador Castillo

What Lies Beneath
Sydney Yeager's new paintings at D Berman Gallery represent a departure in the artist's work, a potential turning point from the figurative images that made Yeager's work recognizable for nearly a decade to what has always been the real strength of her paintings: the abstraction beneath.
"...faint whiff of the studio permeates the D Berman Gallery, where Sydney Yeager's paintings ring the walls. These eight..."

Feb. 15, 2002 Arts Feature by Madeline Irvine

"...No wonder his huge contributions come from a rogues' gallery of developer lobbyists, lawyers, and PACs connected to Jim..."

Oct. 30, 1998 Column

Ten Years After
Curator Annette Carlozzi Returns to Austin's Arts Scene
"...of Contemporary Art for UT's Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery. If anyone has the credentials to evaluate the changes..."

Sept. 27, 1996 Arts Feature by Rebecca S. Cohen

Beside the Point: Everybody’s Got the Right
Concerning the fate of Mark Conditt’s confession
"...Stephen Sondheim's musical Assassins opens at a fairground shooting gallery, and through the course of its first number introduces..."

April 13, 2018 News Column by Chase Hoffberger

How to Assemble Your Armed White Male Mask
The new face of terror, no ammo necessary
" Mother Jones, which has kept a database on mass shootings dating back to 1982, that specific subset of..."

Oct. 27, 2017 Features Feature

Review: Oddball Comedy Festival
The very blue tour finale was beautifully, shamefully funny
"...While it’s fair to say that this year’s lineup..."

Sept. 24, 2014 Arts Post by Russ Espinoza

"Michael Anthony García: Chimaera"
This ambitious solo show explores gender duality with the help of furniture and clothing borrowed from friends and family
"..."Michael Anthony GarcÍa: Chimaera"GrayDUCK Gallery, 2213 E. Cesar Chavez Through Sept. 14..."

Aug. 29, 2014 Arts Review by Seth Orion Schwaiger

Nothing's Obscure: Five Local Art Treasures You May Have Overlooked
Because who can be in all the loops all the time?
" is the current exhibition, "Artifact," at Tiny Park Gallery, right there across the street from the fresh oysters..."

May 9, 2013 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Diana Al-Hadid
The artist's VAC installation creates an afterimage for the afterworld
"...sculpture Suspended After Image, now installed in the Vaulted Gallery at the University of Texas' Visual Arts Center, is..."

Feb. 10, 2012 Arts Feature by Andy Campbell

Forever Young
The alumni artists of "YLA 15" continue to transform our world into their own
"...painted right on the walls of the museum's main gallery, welcomes visitors with cartoon clouds, birds, and a blissed-out..."

Aug. 13, 2010 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

'Off the Edge: The Experimental Prints of Cynthia Brants'
Brants' restless exploration of printmaking has created a lush and compelling body of work
"...Flatbed Gallery..."

June 19, 2009 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Texas Teabagging Not So Sweet
Wednesday's anti-tax protest show tensions in the conservative movement
"...If the Republican Party was hoping that yesterday's mass teabagging was going to be purely an anti-Obama event,..."

April 16, 2009 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Annette Lawrence: Free Paper
Artfully crafted stacks of junk mail address time, the environment, and much more
"...Flatbed Gallery..."

Jan. 30, 2009 Arts Review by Rachel Koper

Over + Over: Passion for Process
The 13 artists in AMOA's engaging exhibit 'Over + Over' use everyday objects from pencil stubs to marker caps to old tire parts to look at the craft of making art
"...Upon entering the gallery, Tom Friedman's Loop (1993-1995) prefigures the show's overall theme:..."

May 26, 2006 Arts Review by Nikki Moore

Peat Duggins: The Moment That Changed My Life Forever
Peat Duggins' Art Palace show, 'The Moment That Changed My Life Forever,' contrasts the reactions of those in power and those immediately involved in the act of living
"...accept. In fact, Duggins' work is that mix of mass culture and reaction that is driving postmodern art out..."

May 5, 2006 Arts Review by Nikki Moore

I Want My MP3s
The rise and demise of Austin's once dominant file-sharing service, Audiogalaxy
"...neighborhood just off Lamar. Behind the F8 Fine Art Gallery, the firm's doors face residential-style fences offering no back..."

Jan. 31, 2003 Music Feature by Michael Chamy

Graffiti on the Superhighway
The digital age has ushered a new era in visual art, with the Internet offering artists a new medium for the creation of art, an infinite space to display their work, and a marketing tool. But with this expansion of creative opportunities come sticky questions of ownership and the communal experience of art.
"...on their Web sites. One imaginary wing of the gallery explores "Things That Change." The conceptual highlight of the..."

Dec. 28, 2001 Arts Feature by Rob Curran

After a Fashion
The Mighty Mr. Moser steers you toward some fine holiday shopping and fashion events.
"...the sheer artistry of vintage Barbie to the original mass-marketed Star Wars trinkets -- command very pretty pennies now...."

Dec. 1, 2000 Column by Stephen MacMillan Moser

After a Fashion
Glossing the heights and depths of fashion, as reflected by last Saturday's big show at the Austin Music Hall.
" -- like those of Urban Outfitters, for instance, mass-produced, cheap-quality, cookie-cutter schlock that made the runway look like..."

Sept. 29, 2000 Column by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Hey, who put a vegetarian in my aquifer?
"...the U.S. here at the Blanton, and there are gallery owners who tout Latin American artists...."

Dec. 17, 1999 Column

Art Fun in the Summertime
"...artists. Masterful artist Tré Arenz provides the exhibit's hands-on gallery for young creators. Through August 15, Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm, Sun,..."

May 21, 1999 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

A Cultural Hero
" and office space, which were split between an office/mini-gallery inside Galeria Sin Fronteras on Guadalupe Street and a..."

Dec. 25, 1998 Arts Feature by Mary Jane Garza

Stage Frights
"...Tales of Terror Movements Gallery through Nov 7, Thu-Sat, 8pm..."

Oct. 30, 1998 Arts Feature

Two Turntables and a Microphone
Austin's DJ Culture
"...owners' minds - and it wasn't until local Gobi Mass promoter James Neal stepped in with Twist that things..."

May 29, 1998 Music Feature by Marc Savlov

Kustom Film Kommando
Interview With Filmmaker Kenneth Anger
"...take place in the auditorium adjacent to the Huntington Gallery on the UT campus. Later that day, from 10pm-4am,..."

Oct. 31, 1997 Screens Feature by Clay Smith

"...The owners of Manuel's are launching their new Micro Gallery with an exhibit of the photographs of renowned movie..."

Oct. 25, 1996 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

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