Four box fans buzz away inside Napkin Art Studios as Jonathon Kimbrell screenprints a batch of business cards for Rigor Mortis Printing Co., a new venture he launched with Richard Reed in May. The motto etched into the card's skull logo ("Print to the death!") seems fitting for a company operating o ... More >>
The Austin Film Society just sent word: After inducting the likes of Morgan Fairchild, Rushmore, the director of Twilight and most everyone else who's ever made a TV show or rented a movie in Texas, it's getting around to putting Mike Nesmith in the Texas Film Hall of Fame come March. Per the pre ... More >>
Deadpan and droll, the world of Ed Ruscha revolves around the commonplace
Terry Allen's installation art speaks softly and avoids the big shtick
A year of capital-city pretensions and "Untitled Turkeys"
Los Angeles artists bring their defiantly difficult work to Dallas
Soak the Middle Class; Double Exposure; Ruscha's Mirror
Contemporary art superstar Ed Ruscha turns a mirror on his times, and finds...not a whole lot
The sister cities finally split up for "Gallery Night"
May 7 - 13, 1998