Barry Stone exhibition at the Galleries at the Lamar Dodd School of Art
Wed. August 6, 2014
Alumna Katie Geha, Director of the Galleries at the Lamar Dodd School of Art (Georgia), invites Barry Stone (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2001) to present Hum. The exhibition is a multimedia project that places images from 80’s metal magazines, cloud pyramids, and broken Camaros alongside a 16-minute suite of music composed of the sounds of sampled roto-tom double-bass drums ripped asunder like a sinking galleon giving way to hazy balladry and carpeted walls of guitar.
The exhibition will be on display August 18 through September 3. An artist lecture and performance will take place on Wednesday, September 3.
Barry Stone lives in Austin, TX and is an Associate Professor of Photography in the School of Art and Design at Texas State University-San Marcos. He is a founding member of the photography collective Lakes Were Rivers and is represented by Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery (New York) and Art Palace (Houston).
Katie Geha (Ph.D. Art History, 2012) is a writer, curator, and art historian living in Athens, Georgia. She is the director of the Galleries at the Lamar Dodd School of Art. She received her M.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Alumni participate in The Contemporary Austin 2014 Crit Group
Tue. July 22, 2014
Andy Campbell (Ph.D. Art History, 2012) and Sarah C. Bancroft curated Goodly/Wicked after a six month crit group program organized by The Contemporary Austin. The exhibition includes work by alumnae Olivia Moore (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2011) and Teruko Nimura (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2009).
View Goodly/Wicked at grayDUCK Gallery through August 10.
Publication co-edited by Louis A. Waldman listed on ARTnews
Sat. July 12, 2014
"Bernard Berenson: Formation and Heritage" co-edited by Joseph Connors and Professor Louis A. Waldman, was listed as one of "14 New Art-History Books to Change Your Mind" on ARTnews.
Katie Robinson Edwards publishes Midcentury Modern
Fri. July 11, 2014
Katie Robinson Edwards (Ph.D. Art History, 2006) recently published "MidcenturyModern Art in Texas" through University of Texas Press.
In this book:
Presenting new research and artwork that has never before been published, Katie Robinson Edwards examines the contributions of many modernist painters and sculptors in Texas, with an emphasis on the era’s most abstract and compelling artists. Edwards looks first at the Dallas Nine and the 1936 Texas Centennial, which offered local artists a chance to take stock of who they were and where they stood within the national artistic setting. She then traces the modernist impulse through various manifestations, including the foundations of early Texas modernism in Houston; early practitioners of abstraction and non-objectivity; the Fort Worth Circle; artists at the University of Texas at Austin; Houston artists in the 1950s; sculpture in and around an influential Fort Worth studio; and, to see how some Texas artists fared on a national scale, the Museum of Modern Art’s “Americans” exhibitions.
Isaac Lyles curates exhibition at Derek Eller Gallery
Thu. July 3, 2014
Isaac Lyles (B.A. Art History, 2004) presents his curated exhibition New Hells at Derek Eller Gallery. The exhibition will be on display July 9 - August 8.
Derek Eller Gallery is located at 615 West 25th Street, New York, N.Y.