NANCY RUBINS

STREET ART: Outdoor Public Sculpture for the UT Campus by Erika Huddleston Standing on the sidewalk in January below a crane and a cherrypicker, Nancy Rubins directed the installation of her sculpture, Monochrome for Austin, commissioned for the University of Texas (UT) Public Art Collection. “Here was this petite woman with a walkie talkie and … Continue reading NANCY RUBINS

Frozen in Time

The new Ransom Center photography exhibition is epic but also refreshingly intimate by Claiborne Smith Photographers were thought of as technicians at the time; the establishment of Magnum was a radical move that insisted on more power being given to artists rather than the media makers who published those artists’ photos. For someone unfamiliar with … Continue reading Frozen in Time

THE COLOR INSIDE

James Turrell’s Skyspace by Joel Nolan He had become less interested in the sterile and dull images on the screen and more inspired by the beam of light emanating from the projector with its unhurried particles of dust hanging in the smoky, flickering colors. On October 19th The University of Texas unveiled its very own … Continue reading THE COLOR INSIDE