A 30-year veteran of Conceptual art has called Austin home since 2006. Co-Lab has staged a museum-worthy mini retrospective.
The two big c's are warranted here: crepuscular and chiaroscuro. The miasma of not-quite-blacks encroaching upon vulnerable fauna resembles sludgy crude oil — a reminder of the 2010 BP spill and too many others in the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere.
Despite a "stormcloud of jaded hesitation," Brian Fee has a close encounter with Austin's new Turrell Skyspace.
Houstonian subversion trio—Mark Flood, Lane Hagood, and Jeremy DePrez—look smart on these mismatched walls, which still bear traces of an auto-body shop.
Ugh, but it's a fine thing when art moves you. Individual experiences may vary, but that's the beauty of subjectivity. Just let it happen. I mean that sincerely.