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July 22, 2018

ICOSA Collective to Move Its Gallery to Canopy

After more than two years operating its gallery in East Austins Pump Project building — and facing imminent closure with the impending sale of...

Neon Queen Collective makes its curatorial mark

No sooner did a trio of University of Texas art history graduate students decide to make official their idea for a curatorial collective then...

Mona Hatoum’s “Terra Infirma” at the Menil Collection

Goliath, contradictory forces are at work in the world today. We’re inundated with news, both positive and negative, of the political and cultural movements...

Today’s Australian Aboriginal Artists Uproot Ancestral Stories

With new and easy access to DNA testing, finding out about one’s ancestry is all the rage right now. The work in "Ancestral Modern:...

In Pease Park, David Deming’s “Mystic Raven” sculpture is ready for...

A 22-foot abstract steel sculpture that once graced Congress Avenue is now installed in Pease Park, part of an agreement between the Contemporary Austin,...

Our West Austin Studio Tour picks

In roughly South to North order, here's the Sightlines' picks for the 2018 West Austin Studio Tour. DORF presents: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Lifes, #342 5701 Lewood...

Anticipating an Ellsworth Kelly masterpiece with a print exhibit — and...

Carter E. Foster is the first art historian to have written on Ellsworth Kelly’s “Austin,” the artist’s first and only freestanding building. However when Foster...

Geoff Dyer on Garry Winogrand

Geoff Dyer never intended to write a book on the photographs of Garry Winogrand. And in a sense his new book, "The Street Philosophy of Garry...

Google launches massive digital Latino culture & arts project

Just in time for Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 to Oct. 15) Google recently unveiled "Latino Cultures in the United States," the biggest digital archive...

History as artistic medium: Rodney McMillian’s “Against a Civic Death” at...

I don't measure America by its achievement but by its potential.”— Shirley Chisholm In its own description, the Contemporary Austin labels its new Rodney McMillian...