Founded by Fort Worth art collectives Bobby on Drums and Exhibitionists, Art Tooth is a new art project dedicated to exhibiting regional contemporary art by emerging and mid-career artists.
How are minimalist aesthetics utilized to assert a stance? How does the work allow autonomy to operate?
Marfa, Texas, is a sleepy little art town, but 200 miles northwest lies an alternate reality – Juarez, Mexico (often referred to as the “murder capital of the world”) and the focus of artist Bettina Langrebe’s latest installation.
This year, The Chinati Foundation is celebrating its 25th-year Anniversary (1986-2011). The following conversation was recorded by Sarrita Hunn and Ryan Thayer shortly after visiting the museum this past August.
Opened in 2004, the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts presents exhibitions of contemporary art that encourage adventuresome thinking and dialogue. The center serves as a learning site for students from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and the surrounding community.
An interview with curator Ruth Erickson on her recent project “Sociological Walk in Brooklyn (NY), a re-animation by Fred Forest” conducted over Facebook on September 15th.
Drag, Rape Gaze. Ghost Drone. Zombie Rave. Goth-Juke. Grave-Wave. These, and endless other, illustrative and occasionally vulgar terms describe what many call Witch House, a genre of geographically unhinged electronic based music. This is the first in a series of essays on Witch House music featured throughout October.