Author: Christina Rees

Christina Rees 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 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. She's currently an independent curator and writer.

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Ballroom Marfa Announces New Associate Curator

Today Ballroom Marfa‘s board announced the hire of Laura Copelin as new associate curator. For the past four years she’s been developing exhibitions and programs for the […]

Ballroom Marfa Announces New Associate Curator

Texas A&M At Commerce Commissions a New Public Artwork

Texas A&M University-Commerce has commissioned North Carolina-based sculptor Patrick Dougherty, an artist known for his massive outdoor bent-sapling installations, to create a new temporary public artwork […]

Texas A&M At Commerce Commissions a New Public Artwork

Moving and Unmoving

I suppose in the event of a chemical attack or nuclear apocalypse, a crowd of Dallas Contemporary patrons would be as good company as any […]

Moving and Unmoving

Artpace Names Sue Graze as Interim Director

Sue Graze, former executive director of Austin’s Arthouse at the Jones Center, has been named the interim director of San Antonio’s artist residency Artpace. This […]

Artpace Names Sue Graze as Interim Director

Austin Is Bananas For Printmaking!

PrintAustin, a non-profit outfit dedicated to raising awareness of Austin’s impressive status as a hotbed of printmaking, begins its third annual month-long showcase of prints. […]

Austin Is Bananas For Printmaking!