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November 21, 2018

Wangechi Mutu at the Contemporary Austin

The idea of the outsider is on the collective mind of the Austin art scene, and for good reason. Sure, the response to the...

Those whimsical stick huts in Pease Park? They have a name...

That whimsical mini-village of five stick huts in Pease Park? The public art installation — immediate Instagram-fodder during the weeks it's been under construction —...

Making Americans Think About Africa

The most comprehensive exhibition yet on contemporary design from Africa comes from Germany. “Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design” is co-produced by Germany’s Vitra...

“Right Here, Right Now: San Antonio” Locates a Vibrant Arts Center

A red light paints the floor of an enclosed gallery space, creating an ominous foundation for the vacant canopy bed that fills the room....

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...

Blanton Museum curators issue public letter challenging changes to UT’s Fine...

The controversy surrounding recent changes to the University of Texas' Fine Arts Library deepened today when curators and staff from the Blanton Museum of...

Power, politics, history at the center of an immersive exhibition by...

For the inaugural Booth Art Prize show at the Contemporary Austin, Los Angeles-based artist Rodney McMillian tackles a potent American symbol: The White House. And...

Nkame: Celebrating the Vision of Belkis Ayón

Two years after “Nkame” debuted at the Fowler Museum in Los Angeles, the touring exhibition arrives at Houston’s Station Museum to showcase the collography...

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...

Elisabet Ney Museum to Get Improvements — and Its Own Supporters...

By all accounts the trailblazing sculptor Elisabet Ney would love the improvements on order for the singular home and studio she built for herself...