Author: Bret McCabe

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Wolfgang Laib: A Retrospective

By occupying one main gallery and four quadrant galleries at the Dallas Museum of Art, the Wolfgang Laib exhibition involves a physical journey as much […]

Wolfgang Laib: A Retrospective

2001 Biennial Juried Exhibition

Sometimes you got to give credit where credit is due. Though the McKinney Avenue Contemporary still occasionally holds some curious exhibitions as sister shows to […]

2001 Biennial Juried Exhibition

Sean Slattery & Hills Snyder

Make love, not war: Even as young Americans proudly advertised that mantra on their person more than 30 years ago, some of their peers knew […]

Sean Slattery & Hills Snyder

Matthew Ritchie: The Slow Tide

The work of New York-based, British artist Matthew Ritchie propels his audience into familiar yet foreign universes. Using a combination of paintings and drawings on […]

Matthew Ritchie: The Slow Tide

Michael Roch: Forty Days and Forty Nights

Drop “Krazy Kat” creator George Herriman into America at the dawn of this 21st century and he’d marvel at the prevalence of comic book imagery […]

Michael Roch: Forty Days and Forty Nights

Jeff Elrod & Anthony Goicolea

Ask a random sample of Americans what theme best expresses life at the dawn of this 21st century, and chances are they’ll respond with some […]

Jeff Elrod & Anthony Goicolea