Author: Charissa N. Terranova

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Suzanne Anker: While Darkness Sleeps

In Suzanne Anker‘s While Darkness Sleeps, currently showing at The McKinney Avenue Contemporary in Dallas, the gift of modernism keeps on giving. It’s “bio-art,” a […]

Suzanne Anker: While Darkness Sleeps

Eli Walker at RE Gallery

Eli Walker’s art is alive. Walker refers to the tightly constructed, low-tech Minimalist-painting hybrids in untitled [new paintings by Eli Walker] at RE Gallery and […]

Eli Walker at RE Gallery

“On Wheels” at brand 10 artspace

The latest exhibition at brand 10, Fort Worth’s smart, cozy and newest kunsthalle, On Wheels is equal parts kitsch and high politics. In this show, […]

Masura Tatsuki: " Dichimaru II, Shizuoka", 2007 C-print

Dan Perfect at Road Agent

Dan Perfect’s Paintings and Drawings at Road Agent Gallery does not so much revitalize high modernism as cast it in an awfully hip light. The […]

Dan Perfect at Road Agent

“Sehnsucht (Aspiration)” at Light & Sie

The work in Sehnsucht (Aspiration), currently showing at Light & Sie Gallery in Dallas, is at once challenging and accessible; vaguely inscrutable in its occasional […]

“Sehnsucht (Aspiration)” at Light & Sie

Arthouse Renovation

  Arthouse in Austin is a layered place. As the Kunsthalle of Texas’s capital city, its projects are varied, from the ballet music installation extravaganza […]

Arthouse Renovation

Tracey Emin is a woman’s woman

Brit artist Tracey Emin is a woman’s woman. She cuts a clear path through the bush — the weeds of yesterday’s feminism, the “ism” without […]

Tracey Emin is a woman’s woman

Airs de Paris

Airs de Paris, a rangy exhibition on the top floor of the Centre Pompidou, marks the 30-year anniversary of the Marcel Duchamp retrospective that inaugurated […]

Airs de Paris

Rebecca Holland: Sugar Sweet, Rock Solid

Rebecca Holland’s new work at Barry Whistler Gallery is precious and ironic at once. The pastel colors — pink, yellow and chartreuse — of the […]

Rebecca Holland: Sugar Sweet, Rock Solid

Welcome to the Doll’s House

Christian Pitt's art fits somewhere between the seventh-grade world of Dawn Wiener in the 1996 film Welcome to the Dollhouse and the parlor life of […]

Welcome to the Doll’s House