January 22, 2021
Delita Martiin

PrintAustin: A Sightlines Discussion with Delita Martin

PrintAustin kicks off Jan. 15 with Delita Martin, juror of  "The Contemporary Print: 5x5" Join Sightlines editor Jeanne Claire van Ryzin for a discussion with...
Andie Flores

Andie Flores Makes Little Ugly Goblin Evil-Doers Beautiful

In an Instagram video from drag performer and comedian Andie Flores (@bidibidibummer), she wears a giant gold star — so giant it covers her...
Texas Sculpture Group

Texas Sculpture Group plans book

The Texas Sculpture Group, a statewide organization of sculptors, plans to publish "100 Texas Sculptors," a major publication of its member artists. The publication marks...
Femme Abstract

Art in the Absence of Touch: ‘The Femme Abstract’

“The Femme Abstract” opened in East Austin just hours before midnight on New Year’s Eve, taking over an empty office with such aplomb that...
Chloe Alexander, Army of One, 2019. Silkscreen and ink, 22" x 22". The Contemporary Print: 5x5. PrintAustin 2021.

PrintAustin makes the digital pivot

Typically, PrintAustin takes a 'big tent' approach. The annual month-long celebration of all things fine art printmaking usually marshalls dozens of exhibitions and events...
Li(sa E.) Harris, still from Cry of the Third Eye: The Last Resort. Courtesy of the artist.

Texas Talks Art series to feature 50 artists, 50 curators

Get ready for a whole lotta talking about Texas art. A consortium of museums and non-profit arts space across the Lone Star State are launching Texas...
Dave McClinton

Review: Dave McClinton at Ivester Contemporary

Dave McClinton's solo exhibition "Absolute Relativism" is currently on view at the Ivester Contemporary gallery. With 16 digital collages made entirely within the last...
Installation View ofExpanding Abstraction: Pushing the Boundaries of Painting in the Americas 1958–1983, with from left:Jules Olitski, Green Rose, 1964–1968; Miguel Ocampo, Ambiguas vecinidades, 1975; Alice Baber, Lavender High, 1968Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, October 4, 2020–January 10, 2021,Art © Estate of Jules Olitski/Licensed by VAGAat Artist Rights Society (ARS), NY

Best in Show: The Blanton Museum’s ‘Expanding Abstraction’

The Blanton’s “Expanding Abstraction: Pushing the Boundaries of Painting in the Americas, 1958–1983,” succeeds in a few areas. It pulls out a lot of...
Drew Liverman, "Leals," 2020. Ink, crayon, colored pencil, on paper 6x9 inches. Courtesy the artist and Northern-Southern

Drew Liverman’s ‘Premember’ paintings memorialize an Austin of familiar strangers

If you’ve lived in Austin long enough, the places Drew Liverman has been drawing lately will likely bring a smile of recognition to your...
Installation view, Pia Camil, "AIR OUT YOUR DIRTY LAUNDRY," 2020 Courtesy the artist and Ballroom Marfa. Photo by Mackenzie Goodman.

Blowin’ in the Wind: Ballroom Marfa’s “unFlagging”

“We stole countries with the cunning use of flags. Just sail around the world and stick a flag in,” the British comedian Eddie Izzard...

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