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).

What to do with all the matter in the world: Shanie Tomassini’s “Slippery Clump”

We’ve had an unusual spate of rain lately in Austin. Over the last several weeks, there’s been a downpour nearly every day and things are growing like mad. Locals...

Warps and wefts in time: Ana Esteve Llorens channels memory into cloth

The exhibition catalogue from Ana Esteve Lloren’s solo show at Las Cruxes, “Correspondence,” reads like poetry. “You are actually inside of the memory in a way. It emanates from you....

Look, and touch: Terra Goolsby’s slick sculptures dazzle at Dimension Gallery

The title for Terra Goolsby’s showing of new work at Dimension Gallery, “Black Rainbow,” derives from an anecdote she tells about her daughter. “I one day saw my little girl,...

Growth spurt: The Contemporary’s Crit Group emboldens artists to experiment

The act of critique — crit, if you will — is a staple of university art education. Some love it, some hate the idea of sanctioned criticism from their...

Dreaming of Our Abuelitos: “YLA 23” at Mexic-Arte Museum Explores Border Identity

Growing up on the border of any two countries leads to early political awareness. That's what the artists in the newest iteration of the annual “Young Latinx Artists” show...