October 11 - November 20, 2016
For the exhibition, Jim Dine will transform Farewell Books' gallery space into a "house of words"—"a new collaged installation of graphic works and painted words. Hung like Chinese scroll paintings, Dine’s short episodes of text breakdown a distinction between passive art viewer and active reader."
An exhibition of works by Rhode Island based artists Harry Gould Harvey IV and Brittni Ann Harvey.
An exhibition of new works by Austin artists Jeff Moast and Philip Harrell.
Work by Drew Liverman.
This magic moment While your lips are close to mine Will last forever Forever til the end of time
An exhibition of works by Ana Villagomez.
An exhibition of new paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Anthony Cudahy. Utilizing appropriated images from various art historical sources, Cudahy explores the ways bodies have been represented throughout history.
MOTOR CHRONICLES is an exhibition of documentary-style photographs taken along the sparsely-inhabited roadways of the western United States. Through intimate portraiture and vast landscapes, this...Read More
Material shifts that are only recognizable on close inspection, by Swanson, a recent UT MFA.
New book from Hagood: is he referencing the Latin phrase meaning “Where are you going?” or the mostly-forgotten 1951 MGM epic set in the time...Read More