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
Following THIRST, a Rauschenberg Grant Recipient by Marjorie Flanagan If you seek strange and interesting art themes, tantalizing new techniques and mind-blowing collaborations, dig deep. Austin artists are carving out their niches with heartfelt vigor. Those who look will be rewarded with Women & Their Work’s latest highly charged art eruption, THIRST. As a recent … Continue reading Boom!
Henry Horenstein by Amanda Gorence For every picture there is a story. For Boston based photographer Henry Horenstein, there are many; pictures and stories that is. At once historian and photographer, Horenstein documents the changing world of country music from 1972 to the present in his monograph, Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music, released in … Continue reading Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music
Malcom Bucknall by Will Hornaday When my wife and I got married 15 years ago we agreed that for anniversaries, birthdays, and Christmases we would give each other art. Because of this policy we have collected a lot of great pieces from some wonderful people. I can tell you what holiday or anniversary each piece … Continue reading Defining a Collector