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December 8, 2021

Leslie Moody Castro

Leslie Moody Castro is an independent curator and writer who splits her time between Mexico and the United States. Leslie relies on itinerancy to keep her on her toes and is a firm believer that mariachis make everything better.

Vladimir Mejia: The importance of considering space

  Vladimir Mejia has been a busy member of the Austin arts scene for nearly a decade. With Co-Lab Projects, he established his post as director of social media and #bitres...

Nathan Randall Green collapses cosmologies

  Recently, Nathan Randall Green returned to Austin with “Everyone Universe, Everyone Dust,” a solo exhibition presented by the roving gallery DEASIL at Big Medium’s auxiliary space at Canopy. The...

Ephemeral moments: Yoonmi Nam and Amze Emmons at Grayduck Gallery

The works on paper by Yoonmi Nam and Amze Emmons, on view at Grayduck Gallery in separate shows, illustrate the power of simple gestures on paper. Both Nam and...

Mike’s “Fully Curated Timeshare” — Michael Smith at Museo Jumex

The Museo Jumex is plopped in the center of Mexico City’s Plaza Carso, a sleek mixed-use development of shiny high rises for the super-rich and a posh shopping mall...

Breaching Stereotypes: In Vivid, Complex Staged Scenes Derick Whitson Creates New Narratives

The Galveston Artist Residency is a gem of a program hidden away on Galveston Island, offering practicing artists the time and resources they need to focus solely on their...

Extremes and Commonalities: The Art of Buster Graybill and Jasmyne Graybill

At the Galveston Arts Center, Jasmyne Graybill’s solo exhibition "Cultivate" is upstairs, in a small gallery that has an immediate emptiness about it. You can barely see the tiny...

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