Author: Christina Rees

Christina Rees is Senior Texas Editor at Glasstire. In the past, she served as an editor at both The Met and D Magazine, as a full-time art and music critic at the Dallas Observer during its golden years, and covered art and music for the Village Voice and other publications. A former resident of New York City and London, Rees currently lives in Dallas, where she was the owner and director of Road Agent gallery. Rees was the curator of Fort Worth Contemporary Arts from 2009 to 2013, where her exhibitions included Death of a Propane Salesman: Anxiety and the Texas Artist; Liam Gillick: …and other short films; M: Let’s Build a Fort!; Michael Bise: Epilogues; Rufus Corporation: Yuri’s Office (with Noah Simblist); and Kevin Todora and Jeff Zilm: Gaffes and Informations. Her recent independent curatorial projects include Modern Ruin and Modern Ruin II: Quick and Dirty (both with Thomas Feulmer). She was a curator for the 2013 Texas Biennial.

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But What About the Gorilla?

  I just got wind that Kenny Goss has put his Dallas house on the market, and my immediate panicked thought was “But what about […]

But What About the Gorilla?

American Buffalo

The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum is up in Canyon, Texas, just beneath Amarillo, and it’s a state treasure. Partly so in its unabashed sentimentality for its […]

American Buffalo

The New Price of Ambition

  I increasingly wonder how many talented, creative people have decided to pursue a faux-amateur path to making work, in the sort of fail-safe claim […]

The New Price of Ambition

Ain’t With Being Broke

I found myself in a late-night conversation recently, in Houston, with some locals whose full-time jobs are in the visual arts. We were talking about […]

Ain’t With Being Broke

Pink Flamingos

On a recent hot Saturday evening in Dallas, the artist Jules Buck Jones stood on the outdoor loading dock in front of Conduit Gallery and […]

Pink Flamingos

A show that celebrates the interns

Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas has of course employed interns since it opened in 2005, and they were and are most often photography BFAs at the […]

A show that celebrates the interns

Oak Cliff Film Festival Kicks Off Tonight

The fourth annual Oak Cliff Film Festival  in Dallas starts up tonight and runs through the weekend, primarily at the Texas Theater, the Kessler Theater, and […]

Oak Cliff Film Festival Kicks Off Tonight
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