January 18, 2022

Taylor Bradley

Taylor Bradley is an art historian based in Austin. Bradley specializes in modern and contemporary art with a focus on the history of photography and conceptual art. She received her BA in Art History with distinction from Boston University (2008) and earned her MA (2012) and PhD (2019) from The University of Texas at Austin.

Cauleen Smith finds that ‘We Already Have What We Need’ to create a cosmology of generosity

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Judy, Judy, Judy: With ‘Valley,’ Suzanne Bocanegra flips the script on exploitation

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Review: ‘Jamal Cyrus: The End of My Beginning’ at the Blaffer Art Museum

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Three in Houston: Nicole Awai, Robert Ruello, and Jamey Hart

Since the world shuttered, I’ve had the luxury of working from home alone but leaving the house recently and merging onto Hwy. 71 felt exhilarating. With stars in my...

Best laid plans: ‘Dream Monuments’ at the Menil Drawing Institute

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