Author: Sarah Fisch


YES (the river knows)

The first FL!GHT Gallery opened in 2002 in Silo 15, once used by Big Tex Grain Co., on a then-unloved stretch of the San Antonio […]

YES (the river knows)

Chupacabrona, California. (One.)

Hey y’all.   This morning, I went to an intro to meditation workshop held at Shambhala Center Los Angeles. I woke up early to go! To […]

Welcome to Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, in San Antonio: Wolverton and Guy Hundere

  That’s Wolverton! They’re a San Antonio art-rock band made up of Caralyn Snyder (vocals), Kate Terrell (vocals, keyboards), Jeremiah Teutsch (vocals, electric bass, fiddle, banjo), Hills […]

From L to R: Kate Terrell, Jeremiah Teutsch, Hills Snyder and Caralyn Snyder. Photo by Justin Parr, taken at Hot Wells.

Show and Tell: Chupacabrona (semi-) undocumented

There’s been a grave interruption in my tour reporting, I realize. Rigoberto Gonzalez Facebooked me thusly the other day: WTF? (I’m paraphrasing). Here’s what happened: from […]

A dirt road near San Benito, Freddy Fender's hometown. There's a water tower there with a portrait of him.  Hidalgo County.

Art Narc: Vildelife

My former landlord in Williamsburg, Brooklyn—a sphinx-like Teutonic manchild who sublet me one of the ad-hoc drywall sleeping lofts in the colossal warehouse he leased […]

Art Narc: Vildelife

Gisha, Emileigh, Juanito

  This is Guillermina “Gisha” Zabala, an artist and filmmaker from Argentina who makes her home in San Antonio with her Uruguayan husband Enrique Lopetegui, […]

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Texas Contemporary Peeves and Qualms

So, the Texas Contemporary Art Fair is over. (Which gives me an excuse to post the above image. This particular Rachel Hecker piece is impactful […]

Texas Contemporary Peeves and Qualms
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