Shortly after "Extra-Ordinary: The Everyday Object in American Art" opened at the Austin Museum of Art (AMOA), I kept hearing about a taxidermic dog with […]
Author: Michelle Gonzalez Valdez
The San Antonio new media duumvirate better known as Potter-Belmar Laboratories took a moment to talk to me about new media in TX. Leslie Raymond, […]
Marie Lorenz fabricated a small, precarious kayak and floated down the San Antonio River along the Riverwalk. She consistently revisits themes surrounding waterways, boats and […]
San Antonio artist Bettie Ward collaborated with a family of artisans in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, to create many of the works from the […]
Black holes, the paranormal and the cosmic ether all dwell alongside the elusive and sometimes unfathomable stuff called dark matter. It’s a perfect leitmotif for […]
"Affection beaming in one eye and calculation shining out of the other." Charles Dickens, 1844 Uncovering a bright new talent isn't always as gratifying as […]
Critical Art Ensemble offers readers a book so incendiary that the United States government confiscated the first draft under Section 175 of the US Biological […]
Teleology, according to artist Jason Villegas, miraculously manifests inside the spanking new space at Okay Mountain in east Austin.
Levity and laughter often strike the funny tuning fork of our lives, and Lora Reynolds Gallery finds the perfect pitch with the new group show […]
Invective exists sporadically in the doldrums of art criticism, and curator Tom Humphreys seems to be soliciting such treatment with the current display at Triangle […]
Reconstructing the Mundane breaks open quotidian objects and traditional spaces to introduce three artists to San Antonio. As you enter Unit B (Gallery), Brian Dettmer's […]
The stretched vocal chords of the yodelers and folk singers of yore fill the stifling air of Sala Diaz like a Depression-era sandstorm.