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Artlies, Texas Art Mag 1994-2011, Finally Goes Online, if Posthumously

Just one more- it's wafer thin!

Just one more- it’s wafer thin!

Recently, The University of North Texas became the host for the archives of Art Lies, the now-defunct paper-and-ink Texas art magazine that began in Houston in 1994 as a free black-and-white zine trying to plug the yawning hole in Texas art writing, expanded over the next 18 years into a glossy art journal with national aspirations and a $7 cover price, then collapsed under the weight of its pretensions in 2011. Read all about it- UNT has put the whole archive online!

also by Bill Davenport
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