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August 16, 2022

Annelyse Gelman

Annelyse Gelman is a writer and artist currently based in Austin, Texas. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, TriQuarterly, The Iowa Review, the PEN Poetry Series, The Awl, Indiana Review, and elsewhere. She is the author of the poetry collection Everyone I Love Is a Stranger to Someone (2014).

Not Never: Ed Ruscha’s Drum Skins

Ed Ruscha’s career has been defined by his precise attention to detail and focus on language, and "Drum Skins" — on view through July 12 at the Blanton Museum...

The End of Knowledge

The Contemporary Austin’s latest show, "The Sorcerer’s Burden: Contemporary Art and the Anthropological Turn," is a sprawling and ambitious investigation of colonialism, race, appropriation, identity, and — as its...

Lost in the Shadow: Tatiana Istomina’s ‘Philosophy of the Encounter’

  In 1980, the influential philosopher Louis Althusser strangled his wife, Hélène Rytmann, with his hands. In her solo show "Philosophy of the Encounter," on view through November 12, 2019 at...

WOW! (that’s amazing!): Rosa Nussbaum’s “Horizonland”

  As its title suggests, Rosa Nussbaum’s solo show "Horizonland" — on view through June 6 at Women & Their Work — is wide-ranging and fantastical. With textile, film, performance documentation,...

Navigating Yuliya Lanina’s “Misread Signs”

Russian-born, Austin-based artist Yuliya Lanina (profiled previously in Sightlines) is known for her surreal multimedia works, including paintings, installations, and performances. For her new solo show "Misread Signs," she’s...

Looking for people with Hedwige Jacobs

“All this must go into a letter,” wrote poet John Ashbery, in “The Skaters.” “Also the feeling of being lived, looking for people, / And gradual peace and relaxation.” In...

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