October 15, 2021
October Lineup

The Line-up: Eight exhibitions in October

Our picks, in chronological order, for what's freshest to see in October. Note: Many museums, galleries and arts spaces currently have health and safety protocols...
Ruiz-Healy Art

An eye for the untold: ‘Four Visions’ at Ruiz-Healy Art

Fotoseptiembre USA, the annual photography festival that takes place in San Antonio and Hill Country each September, returns for its 27th year with a...
Texas Biennial

In this Texas Biennial, Texas is the protagonist

The state of Texas is lot of things lately. Governing from a place of inclusion, however, is not one of them. In step the...
Jessi Kulow

Jessi Kulow — master framer, art preservationist, owner of Renegade Restore...

Since the moment Jessi Kulow announced she was closing her custom framing business, Renegade Restore, in late July, she’s developed a list 66 projects...

Creek Show artists and installations announced

Creek Show is back! The popular temporary exhibition of light-based, site-specific art installations along Waller Creek returns this year Nov. 12-21. And this iteration will...
Alan Watts Northern-Southern

Northern-Southern gallery moves downtown. For a while.

After four years on East 12th Street, and with its lease expired, the ever creative Northern-Southern gallery is moving to downtown Austin. The gallery will...
Katy McCarthy

Review: ‘Fortune Teller’ at Ivester Contemporary

The ancient Greeks saw an oracle. Nostradamus made predictions. People have used everything from tea leaves, tarot cards and crystal balls, to see what...

The Line-up: Six exhibitions to see in September

Many museums, galleries and arts spaces currently have health and safety protocols in  place. Check before you visit. “Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas: The...
Elizabeth Chiles

Eternal spring: Elizabeth Chiles at grayDUCK Gallery

Elizabeth Chiles is an aspiring master gardener, and it shows in her art. In “Time Being,” on view at grayDUCK Gallery, Chiles has ventured...
Installation view of Cauleen Smith: We Already Have What We Need, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Texas, 2021. Photo by Sean Fleming.

Cauleen Smith finds that ‘We Already Have What We Need’ to...

Cauleen! How I love you so. At the Contemporary Art Museum Houston, the quilted Mylar flag, Cauleen Smith's “Emerge and See” (2019) flies high above...


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