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News: BOOK RELEASE: Terry Allen - DUGOUT -  by UTPress, January 10, 2005 - David Byrne, Dave Hickey, Dana Friis-Hansen, and Terrie Sultan

BOOK RELEASE: Terry Allen - DUGOUT - by UTPress

January 10, 2005 - David Byrne, Dave Hickey, Dana Friis-Hansen, and Terrie Sultan

How do you tell a story that's about baseball and jazz...Civil War battles and Cold War paranoia...love and death...true stories and lies...and a boy growing up on the flat sprawl of West Texas? Acclaimed visual artist and singer-songwriter Terry Allen created a multimedia work—Dugout—that combines...

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News: REVIEW: David Row in Art in America, December  1, 2004 - Joe Fyle

REVIEW: David Row in Art in America

December 1, 2004 - Joe Fyle

David Row has spent over 20 years devising abstract paintings that seek to capture the tenure and grit of the contemporary experience...

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News: REVIEW: James Drake in The Times-Picayune, October 15, 2004 - Doug Maccash

REVIEW: James Drake in The Times-Picayune

October 15, 2004 - Doug Maccash

Show and Tells - not content to rest on his scultpural laurels, James Drake draws with passion...

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News: REVIEW: David Row in the Brooklyn Rail, October  1, 2004 - Joan Waltemath

REVIEW: David Row in the Brooklyn Rail

October 1, 2004 - Joan Waltemath

The Brooklyn Rail - Critical Perspectives on arts, politics, and culture...

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News: REVIEW: Margo Sawyer in ARTL!ES, June  1, 2004 - Leo Costello

REVIEW: Margo Sawyer in ARTL!ES

June 1, 2004 - Leo Costello

In contemplatove spaces, Margo Sawyer employs the modernist grid and a language of pure form in an attempt to transform the physical environment of the viewer...

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News: REVIEW: Theresa Chong in Art in America 2004, May  1, 2004 - Edward Leffingwell

REVIEW: Theresa Chong in Art in America 2004

May 1, 2004 - Edward Leffingwell

Surrenduring to the control of a steady hand, Theresa Chong's pencil glides in loops...

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News: REVIEW: Stuart Arends at Gallery Schlesinger, April  1, 2004 - David Cohen

REVIEW: Stuart Arends at Gallery Schlesinger

April 1, 2004 - David Cohen

Minimalism was so strenously and self-consciously iconoclastic, with its prim reductions, its insistently banal primary structures, and its chromophobia, that there is an almost equally iconoclastic pleasure to be had in work that takes up some aspect of this movement but recklessly adds whimsy or gaiety…

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News: REVIEW: Michelle Mackey in New York Art World Magazine, January  1, 2004 - Mary Hrbacek

REVIEW: Michelle Mackey in New York Art World Magazine

January 1, 2004 - Mary Hrbacek

Michelle Mackey's new abstract paintings show an ease and effluence that is uncommon in painting today...

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News: REVIEW: Jackie Tileston in ARTnews, December  1, 2003 - Catherine D. Anspon

REVIEW: Jackie Tileston in ARTnews

December 1, 2003 - Catherine D. Anspon

Since her last Texas exhibition in 1998, Tileston has subtly changed her abstract paintings...

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News: ARTICLE: Antonio Murado in ArtForum Magazine, May  1, 2003 - Alexandre Melo

ARTICLE: Antonio Murado in ArtForum Magazine

May 1, 2003 - Alexandre Melo

On first seeing Antonio Murado's recent landscape paintings, I asked myself, rather, "Where have I had this feeling before?"...

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