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Scott Proctor: Unmentionables


Last Chance - September 27 through October 4, 2014

Work inspired by Juicy Couture sweats; they leave much to the imagination while at the same time not quite so subtly alluding to what we are all thinking about..... butts, balls, boobs, blobs, and sweat stains..... right? Proctor is one of the founding members of MASS Gallery in Austin, and is head of the Ceramics and Sculpture Department at Temple College, Temple, TX. His studio is in East Austin.

Go Ahead & Do It: Portraits of Women in Science


September 13 through October 14, 2014

Featuring works by Andrea del Rio (Detroit, MI), bijijoo (Portland, OR), David Martinez (Austin, TX), Ele Willoughby (Toronto, ON), Gillian Smith (Cambridge, MA), Hayley Gillespie (Austin, TX), Jennifer Mondfrans (San Francisco, CA), Maia Weinstock (Cambridge, MA), Orlando Leibovitz (Santa Fe, NM), Raul Colón (New City, NY) and Ruth Compton  (Maynard, MA).

LOVE George Herms


September 7 through October 19, 2014

Collages and sculpture by Beat-generation master George Herms, a cult figure of the Los Angeles art scene.  (The materials used are largely remains of the culling and documentation of the artist’s papers by The Getty Research Institute, future home of the Herms archive). Each of Herms’ works is hand-stamped with the letters “L O V E.”

Exquisite Corpse: The Body Altered in the Twenty-First Century

Mass Gallery

September 19 through October 25, 2014

Now that we're all "wet robots" and "biological algorithms," do you want to be a dead body or an exquisite corpse, this show asks? A big group, including Dan Attoe, Jay Davis, Bill Donovan, Austin Eddy, Amir H. Fallah, Chie Fueki, Joshua Hagler, Adam D. Miller, Kymia Nawabi, Christopher Pate, Max Presniell, Colette Robbins, Maja Ruznic, Tom Sanford, Alfred Steiner, Michael Shaw, and Dani Tull.

Claire Falkenberg, Matthew Feyld, Jessica Halonen

Big Medium

September 26 through November 1, 2014

Three-person exhibition featuring painting, mixed media, and sculpture. Via Big Medium: "Matthew Feyld’s reductive, geometric paintings feature line work overtop a monochromatic canvas, producing deceptively simple compositions. Claire Falkenberg works with photography, collage, and paint to create large-scale images that are ambiguous yet controlled. Jessica Halonen’s idiosyncratic sculptures integrate organic and manufactured materials, while maintaining clear connections to painting and drawing."

Richard T. Walker: The Predicament Of Always (As It Is)

The Contemporary Austin (formerly AMOA-Arthouse) at Laguna Gloria

September 20, 2014 through January 11, 2015

British-born, San Francisco–based artist Richard T. Walker was seduced by the sublime beauty of the American West, and has spent the last six years exploring the complexities of language and human relationships amid that natural environment. Combining photography, video, performance, and large-scale installation, Walker operates in the panoramic landscape, often speaking or singing en plein air.

Do Ho Suh

The Contemporary Austin

September 20, 2014 through January 11, 2015

Light box objects, a recreated golden fishing net made from tiny human figures, and one of Suh's signature architectural interiors made from translucent scrim material. Let's see what Suh can do!

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