When SAMO© Became Jean-Michel Basquiat, Artist

Before his death at age 27; before the heroin addiction, the money, the fame, the gallery exhibits; before the friendship with Andy Warhol; before...

Filming Final Meals: Artists Recreate Death Row Inmate Final Meals for...

Beginning in 1982, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice publicly listed the last meals requested by death row inmates. The practice continued into the...

Geoff Dyer on Garry Winogrand

Geoff Dyer never intended to write a book on the photographs of Garry Winogrand. And in a sense his new book, "The Street Philosophy of Garry...

ICOSA Collective to Move Its Gallery to Canopy

After more than two years operating its gallery in East Austins Pump Project building — and facing imminent closure with the impending sale of...

Our West Austin Studio Tour picks

In roughly South to North order, here's the Sightlines' picks for the 2018 West Austin Studio Tour. DORF presents: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Lifes, #342 5701 Lewood...

UT Provost Commits Funds for Fine Arts Library Improvements

The University of Texas' provost has committed more than $600,000 to fund improvements to the Fine Arts Library, the university announced this week. The improvements,...

The New Suzanne Deal Booth/FLAG Art Foundation Prize is One of...

One the largest awards on the international contemporary art landscape  — the Austin-based Suzanne Deal Booth Art Prize — has doubled its capacity, thanks...

$15,000 Tito’s Prize Available for One Austin Artist

Applications are now being accepted for the $15,000 Tito's Prize. The award, which goes to an Austin visual artist of any medium, is coordinated by...

Bucky Miller and The Toad

Walking up to the Austin apartment complex where artist Bucky Miller lives, the stirrings of his aesthetic are in the surroundings that have served...

Miscarriages, Monarchies, and Marginalized Communities

Art League Houston’s trio of current exhibitions — running in conjunction with the 2018 Fotofest Biennial — all touch upon nuanced and often overlooked...