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January 19, 2021
Cindy Elizabeth, Women posing together at Given Park, Austin, Texas, 2015. Digital photography. Image @Cindy Elizabeth

Cindy Elizabeth: Capturing Black Celebration

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Photographer Cindy Elizabeth trains her lens on Austin’s Black community, on people in celebration: family gatherings or parties in Givens and Rosewood parks, car...
Dave McClinton

Review: Dave McClinton at Ivester Contemporary

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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...

Between the Sublime and Decay: Ann Wood’s “Quick and Quiet”

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Isn’t that how you want to die? Quickly and quietly? Ann Wood returns to Austin with her vibrant sculptures in "Quick and Quiet" at Big...
Michael Anthony García

Becoming Freddie Mercury: Home alone during the pandemic, artist Michael Anthony...

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I caught up with artist Michael Anthony García by phone recently, from his Northeast Austin home and studio about his artistic practice in quarantine,...
The best time to see art in ICOSA Collective’s gallery wnidow space is at night.

At ICOSA Collective, the exhibition strategy is nimble

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The ICOSA art collective is a nimble organization. Since they moved from Pump Project studios into the Canopy complex in 2018, the 20-member collective...

Art is mortal

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Here’s how I first began this article: There is a sense that art is indomitable, that artists will find a way to work in any...

Miscarriages, Monarchies, and Marginalized Communities

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

Breaching Stereotypes: In Vivid, Complex Staged Scenes Derick Whitson Creates New...

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The Galveston Artist Residency is a gem of a program hidden away on Galveston Island, offering practicing artists the time and resources they need...
Andrew Thompson Roots of Knowledge, 1997 Screen Print Edition of 36

Mexic-Arte to host public discussion on racism in the Texas art...

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In response to the Black Lives Matter protests and social injustices happening across the country, Mexic-Arte Museum is presenting panel discussion on a racism...

Louis Grachos to leave the Contemporary Austin

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After six years leading the Contemporary Austin, Louis Grachos, the museum's executive director and CEO, will step down from his position. Kathleen Loughlin, the museum's...

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