Category Archives: art

AUSTIN CRITIC’S TABLE PICKS

So honored to see the Austin Critic’s Table nominations this year include the following Women & Their Work artists: Touring Show, Dance: Phone Homer, Michelle Ellsworth Solo Gallery Exhibition: Ana Fernandez, Real Estates and Other Fictions & Kelly O’Connor, Last … Continue reading

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WT&W’s solo show True Falsetto by the artist Lauren Kelley ends THIS Thursday, January 17th

If you haven’t already seen Lauren Kelley’s show, come out today through Thursday to see it! Glasstire’s Katie Geha interviewed Lauren about True Falsetto and you can read the interview here. To view Lauren’s recent multi-media works check out her website.

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Co-Lab Projects: The Austin Art organization you need to know

With the EAST Austin Studio Tour rapidly approaching on November 11-12 and 17-18, Women and Their Work wants to make a shout out to a beloved local Austin art organization, Co-Lab Projects. Co-founder, Sean Gaulager, started the community based art … Continue reading

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Eleanor King’s Cuppa Cups Collection

Recently I came across Eleanor King’s Cuppa Cups Collection (2007-2010) which has been shown in various spaces over the past few years. The physical nature of the installation as well as the use of recycled materials reminded me of W&TW’s … Continue reading

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Weed Graffiti by Gina Dawson

Artist Gina Dawson‘s paper-made “graffiti” flowers placed in small crevices and spaces around New York. A hint of spring in unexpected places – Found via beautiful/decay.

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Diana Al-Hadid at UT’s Visual Arts Center

On view (and free!) at UT’s Visual Art Center until March 10th is a site-specific installation, Suspended After Image,  by artist, Diana Al-Hadid. From the UT VAC website – “For her site-specific installation Suspended After Image in the VAC’s Vaulted … Continue reading

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Dorothea Tanning – In Memoriam

Last week, Surrealist artist and writer Dorothea Tanning passed away at the age of 101. Art critic Jerry Saltz wrote a short yet heartfelt piece about her contribution to the surrealist movement as a woman and her influence on contemporary … Continue reading

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