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November 30, 2022

Erin Keever

Erin Keever is an Adjunct Professor of Art History, freelance writer, art historian and art appraiser. She lives and works in Austin, and serves on the Sightlines board.

Looking Not Entirely Like Anything: Huma Bhabha’s “Other Forms of Life” Defies Categorization

Huma Bhabha could be described as part visual artist, part archeologist. She sifts through sources past and present, working materials to create layers of meaning. On a preview tour of...

Parking Lots, Pools, and Palm Trees: From Ed Ruscha’s Archive a Sweeping, and Revealing, Exhibition

Context and circumstance matter. And with “Ed Ruscha: Archaeology and Romance” the new exhibition on view at the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, the University of Texas archive does...

In Fort Worth, from Murakami to Meta-ish

While Facebook friends traipse through Europe delighting in their medieval churches and Renaissance masters, I hoofed it to Fort Worth recently to soak in some art. First stop was the...

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: Australian Aboriginal Art from the...

Sydney Yeager: A Willingness to Take What is Immediately Given

They say change is inevitable, but it can be scary. The Austin-based painter Sydney Yeager weathers personal and artistic changes adeptly by listening to herself and to others, even...

Weaving light: In her newest photographic work, Elizabeth Chiles embraces serenity

No one can accuse Elizabeth Chiles of being superficial. The Austin-based artist invests a great deal of time contemplating the meaning of life and attempting to make sense of...

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