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May 20, 2022

Lindsey Reynolds

Lindsey Reynolds is an Art History PhD candidate at Southern Methodist University specializing in contemporary art of Latin America and the Middle East. She earned her BA from the University of Texas at Austin (2018) and her MA from the University of Houston (2021).

Reflecting hope: The Houston segment of the 2021 Texas Biennial bears witness to potentiality

“In Place of an Index” at Houston’s FotoFest is a key piece in the state-wide puzzle that is the 2021 Texas Biennial. It's Houston only moment of the biennial, which...

After Carolee, going strong at Artpace

The late Carolee Schneemann (1939-2019) is synonymous with experimental feminist performance art. The New York-based groundbreaker is probably best remembered for her 1964 sensation "Meat Joy," a hedonistic live celebration...

At Ballroom Marfa, three artists (re)consider the desert

  Given its reputation as an increasingly relevant cultural destination, people seem to forget that Marfa, Texas, is in the middle of the Chihuahuan Desert. Three visiting artists, Beatriz Cortez, Candice...

Language arts: The Blanton Museum’s “Words/Matter”

Nearly two years ago, I heard Beverly Adams speak at a panel on the curatorial process presented by the University of Texas’s art department. Adams is the curator of...

Natural/Synthetic/Human: Tammie Rubin’s “Everything You Ever”

A familiarity and fondness for sculptor Tammie Rubin’s portfolio, and a sharp eye, allows you to recognize that the inner skeletons of her moss strewn, organic-feeling sculptures in “Everything...

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 Design Museum and the Guggenheim...

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