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PRESS

 
Current Media Releases

November 26, 2013 | Texas Biennial Announces Participation in the UNTITLED. Art Fair


 
News

September 27, 2013 | Paul Laster, "Deep in the Art of Texas", Whitehot Magazine

September 26, 2013 | Matthew Irwin, “What Texans Talk About When We Talk About Art”, The Texas Observer

September 23, 2013 | Benjamin Sutton, “Looking Back on the Texas Biennial's Greatest Hits”, Artinfo

September 22, 2013 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Biennial shows wide variety of Texas art; captures Texas,” Austin American-Statesman

September 20, 2013 | Caitlin Greenwood, “New and Greatest Hits: Texas Biennial 2005-2011”, Austin Chronicle

September 17, 2013 | Benjamin Sutton, “Keeping the Texas Biennial Weird: 5th Edition Packs Plenty of Quirks”, Artinfo

September 16, 2013 | Dan Goddard, “TX13 Group Survey Exhibition”, Arts + Culture Texas

September 12, 2013 | Jessica Mathews, “TX Biennial Austin: New and Greatest Hits”, Glasstire

September 10, 2013 | Jason Foumberg, “Bigger and Better: The 2013 Texas Biennial”, Art in America

September 9, 2013 | Pac Pobric, “How many curators does it take to organise a biennial?”, The Art Newspaper

September 9, 2013 | Benjamin Sutton, “An Artist Is Hiking Around Houston Painting the Canvases Strapped to Her Back”, Artinfo

September 7, 2013 | Scott Andrews, “Is Too Much Enough? TX13 at Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum”, Glasstire

September 7, 2013 | Scott Andrews, “The Conversation is Global, But the Talk is Personal: Interview with TX13 Curator René Paul Barilleaux”, Glasstire

September 5, 2013 | Steve Bennett, “Statewide survey shows the 'global rhythms' of contemporary art”,
San Antonio Express-News


September 6, 2013 | Robert Faires, “Look Back in Wonder”, Austin Chronicle

September 3, 2013 | Paula Newton, “Texas Biennial to Justify Its Existence in Public Discussion”, Glasstire

September 1, 2013 | Matthew Irwin, “Texas Biennial: A Strong Sense of Independence”, art ltd.

September 1, 2013 | Kelly Klaasmeyer, “'TX13' Texas Biennial Artist Highlights”, art ltd.

August 29, 2013 | Nancy Zastudil “Shaping a State’s Art History”, Arts + Culture Texas

August 29, 2013 | Michael Hoinski, “GTT ★”, The New York Times

August 28, 2013 | Molly Glentzer, “TX Biennial picks local artist”, Houston Chronicle

August 28, 2013 | Troy Schulze, “2013 Texas Biennial Invitational”: Audio interviews with artist Christie Blizard and curator Virginia Rutledge, The Front Row - Houston Public Radio

August 28, 2013 | Altamese Osborne, “'Texas Biennial Invitational' Displays the Work of Texas Biennial Alums”, Houston Press

August 28, 2013 | Susan M. Bynam, “2013 Texas Biennial”, 002houston

August 25, 2013 | Bill Davenport, “Everyone's a (Glasstire) Critic at the Texas Biennial!”, Glasstire

August 25, 2013 | Molly Glentzer, "Lone Star State shines contemporary light", Houston Chronicle

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August 25, 2013 | Molly Glentzer, "Lone Star artists will shine in the Texas 13 Biennial", Houston Chronicle
August 24, 2013 | Tyler Rudick, "Texas Biennial embraces Houston's art fever", CultureMap Houston

August 16, 2013 | Benjamin Sutton, "5th Texas Biennial Spurs Shows in 70 Towns Across the Lone Star State", Artinfo

July 22, 2013 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, "Texas Biennial Announces Details of Special Exhibits", Austin American-Statesman

July 22, 2013 | Peter Simek, "More Details About the 2013 Texas Biennial: Two Special Exhibitions, Commissioned Artist Project", D Magazine

May 23, 2013 | "Texas Biennial Project 'A Clean Well-Lighted Place' Nominated for Austin Critics' Table Award", Austin 360

March 11, 2013 | Rachel Corbett, "At SXSW, Performers Recite Hemingway, Hickey, and the Cariou v. Prince Lawsuit", Artinfo

March 6, 2013 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, "Hear an inspiring work at 'Clean, Well-Lighted' event", Austin American-Statesman
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February 27, 2013 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, "Texas Biennial's 'Clean, Well-Lighted Place' launches March 10-12", Austin American-Statesman
March 4, 2013 | "Texas Biennial 2013: A Clean, Well-Lighted Place", Art Agenda

February 27, 2013 | Bill Davenport, "Texas Biennial Announces a Clean Well-Lighted (and Free!) Place at SXSW", Glasstire

January 5, 2013 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, "Biennial keeps expanding to showcase Texas art", Austin American-Statesman
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January 6, 2013 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, "Biennial keeps expanding to showcase Texas art", Austin American-Statesman
December 11, 2012 | "Texas Biennial Announces 2013 Curators", Artforum

December 10, 2012 | Andrew Russeth, "2013 Texas Biennial Curators Named", GalleristNY

December 10, 2012 | Peter Simek, "Texas Biennial Announces Curators for 2013 Edition", D Magazine


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2011 Texas Biennial

May 20, 2011 | Richard R. Brettell, "Sited and Situated: A Brief Account of Art Spaces in Texas", Art Lies

May 19, 2011 | Margarita Cabrera, Alison de Lima Greene, Trenton Doyle Hancock, David Pagel, Virginia Rutledge and Richard Shiff, “Like a Whole Other Country? The State of Contemporary Art in Texas”, Art Lies

May 14, 2011 | Sarah Fisch, “Texas Biennial at 816 Congress: Office Space”, Glasstire

May 13, 2011 | Lana Shafer, “Jade Walker”, ...might be good

May 8, 2011 | Sean Ripple, “Texas Biennial - 1319 Rosewood Avenue”, Austinist

May 4, 2011 | Scott Andrews, “Jade Walker's 'Quadri-Poise' at Blue Star”, San Antonio Current

April 29, 2011 | Dan Boehl, “Texas Biennial: Austin”, ...might be good

April 29, 2011 | Wendy Vogel, “Texas Biennial: Houston”, ...might be good

April 29, 2011 | Peter Simek, “Texas Biennial Comes to Dallas”, D Magazine

April 27, 2011 | Sean Ripple, “Texas Biennial Artists - Susi Brister and Carin Rodenborn”, Austinist

April 27, 2011 | Kelly Klaasmeyer, “They shoot curators, don't they?”, Glasstire

April 23, 2011 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Texas Art's Wide Range”, Austin American-Statesman

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April 22, 2011 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Biennial survives -- and keeps thriving -- as new exhibits show”, Austin American-Statesman

April 22, 2011 | Benjamin Lima, “Biennials and Texanicity in Contemporary Art: A Survey of Surveys”, Art Lies

April 20, 2011 | Anthony Mariani, “Texas Biennial: Austin Bias?”, Fort Worth Weekly

April 14, 2011 | Veronica Castelo, “Art in April: Texas Biennial”, Your News Now

April 8, 2011 | Robert Faires, “Miles and Miles of Canvas”, The Austin Chronicle

April 8, 2011 | Brittanie Shey, “Austin's Texas Biennial Comes to Houston's BOX 13 ArtSpace” Houston Press

April 7, 2011 | Michael Hoinski, “GTT ★”, The New York Times

April 7, 2011 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Texas Biennial: Now with even more Texas!”, Austin American-Statesman

April 1, 2011 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “2011 Texas Biennial: Miles and Miles of Texas Art”, Austin American-Statesman

April 1, 2011 | Wendy Vogel, "Interview: Virginia Rutledge", ...might be good

January 12, 2011 | Laura Lark, “Spring Preview 2011”, Glasstire

December 19, 2010 | Steven Thomson, “Art trifecta: 2011 Texas Biennial expands from Austin to Houston and San Antonio ”, Culturemap Houston

December 15, 2010 | “Texas Biennial Expands Statewide in April 2011”, artsTEXAS


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2009 Biennial

June 16, 2009 | Frances Colpitt, “Texas Biennial”, Art in America

May 1, 2009 | Alison Hearst, “Austin: The Texas Biennial”, artcritical

April 10, 2009 | Robert Faires, “Texas Biennial 2009 - DIY: Double Wide”, The Austin Chronicle

March 27, 2009 | J R Compton, “Texas Biennial 2009”, DallasArtsRevue

March 6, 2009 | Andrew Long, “State of Wonderment”, The Austin Chronicle

February 24, 2009 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Ten Days til the Texas Biennial, Austin American-Statesman

February 20, 2009 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Two weeks til the Texas Biennial”, Austin American-Statesman


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2007 Biennial

April 30, 2007 | S. Castillo, A. Douberley, N. Moore, “Arts Review: 2007 Texas Biennial, Butridge Gallery”, The Austin Chronicle

April 18, 2007 | “Texas Biennial 2007 - John Mulvany”, Art Fairs International

April 13, 2007 | S. Castillo, A. Douberley, N. Moore, “Arts Review: 2007 Texas Biennial, Bolm Studios”, The Austin Chronicle

April 6, 2007 | S. Castillo, A. Douberley, N. Moore, “Arts Review: 2007 Texas Biennial, Okay Mountain”, The Austin Chronicle

April 6, 2007 | S. Castillo, A. Douberley, N. Moore, “Arts Review: 2007 Texas Biennial, Site 1808”, The Austin Chronicle

April 4, 2007 | J R Compton, “Putting the Bi in The Texas Biennial”, DallasArtsRevue

March 14, 2007 | Elaine Wolff, “Reading Between the Pixels”, San Antonio Current

March 2, 2007 | Nikki Moore, “Bi-ology: The Texas Biennial’s second rising”, The Austin Chronicle

March 1, 2007 | Rachel Cook, “The Texas Biennial: Our Salon des Refusés?”, Glasstire


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2005 Biennial

April 1, 2005 | Rebecca S. Cohen, “Texas Biennial 2005”, Art Lies

April 2, 2005 | J R Compton, “The Texas Biennial”, Glasstire

March 8, 2005 | Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “Brushed with Greatness”, Austin American-Statesman

March 8, 2005 | J R Compton, “The 2005 Texas Biennial”, DallasArtsRevue

March 4, 2005 | Robert Faires, “Do It Yourself Biennial”, The Austin Chronicle


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Media Release Archive

September 18, 2013 | Texas Biennial Announces TX★13 Programming at CentralTrak

August 29, 2013 | Texas Biennial Announces TX★13 Schedule of Events

August 12, 2013 | Texas Biennial Announces 2013 Participating Organizations

July 18, 2013 | Texas Biennial Announces Special Fifth Anniversary Exhibitions

May 22, 2013 | Texas Biennial Announces Artists for 2013


February 26, 2013 | Texas Biennial Announces "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place"

January 1, 2013 | Texas Biennial Announces 2013 Open Call for Art

December 10, 2012 | Texas Biennial Announces 2013 Curators

October 19, 2012 | Texas Biennial Announces 2013 Dates and Venues

April 16, 2011 | Texas Biennial Announces Art Lies Collaboration

April 6, 2011 | Texas Biennial Announces Invited Artists

March 31, 2011 | Texas Biennial Opening Events and Venues

February 2, 2011 | Glasstire Sponsors 2011 Texas Biennial with Special Events Calendar

December 13, 2010 | Texas Biennial Artists Selected, Project Expands Statewide


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Images

TX★13 Group Survey Exhibition

 
TX★13 Adela Andea, Primordial Garden (2013), installation of flex neon, cold cathode fluorescent lights, LEDs, various plastics, computer sources, dimensions variable (Photo: Elizabeth Lyons, courtesy Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 Debra Barrera, Porsche Party (2012), 1975 Porsche 914 door, steel, pennants, balloons, helium, dimensions variable (Courtesy the artist, Texas Biennial and Moody Gallery)

 
TX★13 Michael Bise, Uncle Corky (2011), graphite on paper, 36 x 64” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 Bernardo Cantu, Breakin' Is a Memory (2012), installation of enamel paint, fabric, dimensions variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★13 Rebecca Carter, The Wrong Perspective with The Dirty Rainbow (2011), graphite, silk thread, wood, electrical fixtures, 84 x 168 x 8" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 Trey Egan, Zara Sequencia (2012), oil on canvas, 47 x 36 x 2” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★13 Danielle Georgiou, Pizzicato Porno (2013), videos projected on weather balloons, violin, sound pedal board, speaker, performance and installation (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 Hillerbrand + Magsamen, Whole (2012), High Definition video with sound, 3:00 minutes, 2 channel stereo, presentation variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★13 Geoff Hippenstiel, Untitled (2011), oil, enamel and wax on canvas, 84 x 64" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 HOMECOMING! Committee, Friskt kopplat, hälften brunnet. (Quickly connected, half burned.) (2013), donated IKEA© furniture, dimensions variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Installation view of HOMECOMING! Committee, Friskt kopplat, hälften brunnet. (Quickly connected, half burned.)at CentralTrak–The Artist Residency of the University of Texas at Dallas, September 5 ‒ September 28, 2013 (Courtesy the artists and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 Julia Barbosa Landois performed Culo de Oro/The Golden Ass at CentralTrak–The Artist Residency of the University of Texas at Dallas on September 21, 2013 (Courtesy the artists and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★13 Natali Leduc, Underwater Live Shrimp Puppet Show (2011), live shrimp, aquarium, water, fire, various props, 72 x 360” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 Marcelyn McNeil, Brawling Bodies (2013), oil and spray paint on canvas, 60 x 58 x 2" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★13 Nancy Newberry, 11 12 05 from the series Mum (2012), chromogenic print, 28 x 42" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 Gregory Ruppe, Bigfoot (2012), High-definition video with sound, 00:58 min, 1920 × 1080p, presentation variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★13 Kevin Todora, Limes and Pink (2012), inkjet print on coroplast, 36 x 24" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★13 Gary Sweeney, Are You a Psychopath? (2012), paint, routed wood, signs, 38 x 26 x 2” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)


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TX★13 Commissioned Artist Project

 
Installation view of The Dallas Collective, Open Studio: Every Person Is A Special Kind of Artist, with Baggage at Ballroom Marfa, September 14 - November 9, 2013 (Courtesy the artists and Texas Biennial)
  The Dallas Collective, Open Studio: Every Person Is A Special Kind of Artist, with Baggage (2013, limited edition of 50 tote bags) – a TX★13 Commissioned Artist Project co-presented with Ballroom Marfa (Courtesy the artists and Texas Biennial)


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Texas Biennial Invitational: Christie Blizard, Marcelyn McNeil, Tom Orr and Brad Tucker



 
Christie Blizard (TX★09, TX★11), Walk Project (my last four weeks living in Lubbock, TX), 5/20/13, 6/1/13, 6/15/13, 6/22/13 (2013), photo documentation of performance (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   Christie Blizard (TX★09, TX★11), Walk Project (visiting where I grew up in Columbus, IN), 7/4/13 (2013), video documentation of performance, 3:06 minutes, presentation variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Marcelyn McNeil (TX★11, TX★13), Nothing More Nothing Less (2013), oil on canvas, 62 x 58" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
  Tom Orr (TX★07, TX★11), Portrait (2013), mixed media, 37 x 44 x 23" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Tom Orr (TX★07, TX★11), ZZZZZZZ (2012), mixed media, 120 x 60 x 19” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   Brad Tucker (TX★07, TX★11), Pot Holder (2013), acrylic and enamel on wood, fabric 19.5 x 18 x 8" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Installation view of "Texas Biennial Invitational" at Lawndale Art Center, August 23 - September 28, 2013 (Photo: Dennis Nance, courtesy Lawndale Art Center and Texas Biennial)   Installation view of "Texas Biennial Invitational" at Lawndale Art Center, August 23 - September 28, 2013 (Photo: Dennis Nance, courtesy Lawndale Art Center and Texas Biennial)


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New and Greatest Hits: Texas Biennial 2005-2011


 
Frances Bagley (TX★07), Unvoiced Question (2010), fabric, epoxy resin, steel, 48 x 27 x 29" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   Frances Bagley (TX★07) Braided Rug (2006), human hair in one continuous 644 ft. braid, 99 x 72 x .75” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Jonathan Faber (TX★11), Blanket (2012), oil on canvas, 48 x 42.5” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   Rigoberto A. Gonzalez (TX★11), Ancla (Anchor) (2012), oil on linen, 36 x 48” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Rigoberto A. Gonzales, The Zetas Cartel Beheading Their Rivals (Se Los Cargo La Chingada) (2010), oil on linen; 84 x 84 x 5" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   Jayne Lawrence (TX★09) Huntress (2008), mixed media, 48 x 56 x 24” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Ivan Lozano (TX★09), SUB ROSA (2013), gif, dimensions variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   Ivan Lozano (TX★09), PAUL (FOR PETER AND LUKE) (2007), digital video with sound; 3 minutes 32 seconds, presentation variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Jason Reed, Border Patrol Orange Peels (2013), archival inkjet print, 16 x 20" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Jason Reed, Border (2010), high definition video with no sound, 6:15 mins., looped single channel projection (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Anthony Sonnenberg (TX★11), Captain Dirty Bear and His Dirty Cub Cadets Contemplate the Impossibility of Physical Permanence in the Merciless March of Time (2013), live performance, dimensions variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Shane Tolbert, Mirror (2010), sodium chlorine solution on commercially dyed fiber, 79 x 79 x 1 3⁄4" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Kelli Vance (TX★09), The Sound of Silence (2013), oil on canvas, 48 x 60” (Courtesy the artist, Texas Biennial and McClain Gallery)
  Kelli Vance (TX★09), I Kissed A Girl (2008), oil on canvas, 72 x 60” (Courtesy the artist, Texas Biennial and McClain Gallery)


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A Clean, Well Lighted Place



 
A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, a project of the Texas Biennial, March 10-12, 2013
  Reading at "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place", March 2013, Austin Texas (Photo: Amanda Winkles)


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2011


 
Christie Blizard performed The Give-Away Project in Austin for TX★11 (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Susi Brister, R & T and Frosted Mongolian in Fallen Leaves (2009), pigment print on hahnemühle photo rag paper, 44 x 44" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)

 
TX★11 Matthew Bourbon, Happy House (2010), acrylic on canvas, 72 x 72 x 2” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Mary Ellen Carroll, prototype 180 (2010), Houston, TX (Photo: Kenny Trice, courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Catherine Colangelo, Fleet for Abby Boat 7 - Lotte (2011), gouache and pencil on Okawara paper; 20 x 30 1/2" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Gabriel Dawe, Plexus No. 5 (2011) at Pump Project Art Complex, Austin (Photo: Don Mason, courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Esteban Delgado, Trivial (2010), acrylic on panel, 24 x 22 x 1" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Cassandra Emswiler, Hemispheres / Spacia bridge / Austin - Houston (2011), mixed media, installation variable (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Michael Anthony García, Bilocate (2010), mixed media including light fixture and architectural elements, 72 x 48 x 96" (Photo courtesy Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Anthony Garza, Aard_Cardinal_Mountain_Carrier (2010), watercolor on Arches paper, 40 x 60" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Lori Giesler, IFTP9 (2010), oil on panel, 36 x 32 x 1 ¼" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Rigoberto A. Gonzales, The Zetas Cartel Beheading Their Rivals (Se Los Cargo La Chingada) (2010), oil on linen; 84 x 84 x 5" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Timothy Harding's window installation Don't Forget to Dot the I in Power and Margarita Cabrera's roving Mexico Abre la Boca in the background at TX★11 venue BOX 13 ArtSpace, Houston (Courtesy the artists and BOX 13 ArtSpace)   TJ Hunt performs The True Artist Carries the Weight of the World in Austin for TX★11 (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Dion Laurent performs Earthman 2 in Austin for TX★11 (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Jessica Mallios, 1:1 (2011), high definition video with sound, 4:13 mins., looped single channel projection (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Tom Orr, Onagadori (2010), wood, laminate, plexiglass; 59 x 68 x 40" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Ricardo Paniagua, Fresh Gong Go Bong Bong (2010), enamel and lacquer on canvas, 72 x 43" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Jason Reed, Border (2010), high definition video with no sound, 6:15 mins., looped single channel projection (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Barry Stone, Alan Greenspan as a Rainbow in Washington D.C. on October 23, 2009, 12.20.2009 (2009), archival inkjet print, 24 x 36", Edition of 10 (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★11 Shane Tolbert, Mirror (2010), sodium chlorine solution on commercially dyed fiber, 79 x 79 x 1 3⁄4" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★11 Cathie Tyler, Caged Sky (2009), oil on board, 12 x 12 x 2" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
Alyce Santoro discusses her exhibition "The Synergetic Omni-Solution" at TX★11 participating organization Ballroom Marfa (Courtesy the artist and Ballroom Marfa)   "Like a Whole Other Country? The State of Contemporary Art in Texas", (L-R) Alison de Lima Greene, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Richard Shiff, David Pagel, Margarita Cabrera and Virginia Rutledge at a TX★11 panel co- presented by Art Lies at the Blanton Museum of Art, Austin (Photo courtesy Texas Biennial)
   
TX★11 participating organization Ryder Jon Piotrs Nomadic Gallery performing Unpacking Access in Austin (Courtesy the artists and Texas Biennial)    


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2009


 
TX★09 tribute artist Kelly Fearing (1918–2011) beneath his Spirit Deer at a Yellow Edge (1970) at Women & Their Work, Austin (Photo: Steve Hopson, courtesy Texas Biennial)   TX★09 William Cannings, Kink (2008), steel and paint, 48 x 38 x 16” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)

 
TX★09 Andy Coolquitt, Wink Wink (2008), mixed media, 44 x 24 x 5" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★09 Lee Baxter Davis, Sitter DeeBee (2007), ink wash, watercolor and collage on paper, 28 x 20” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★09 Celia Eberle, Shadow (2008), bone, coral, jet, 7 x 4 1/4 x 3 1/2" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★09 curator Michael Duncan on a studio visit with artist Heyd Fontenot (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★09 Jules Buck Jones, Warthogramhawk (2008), mixed media on paper, 84 x 72” (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★09 Ken Little, Homeland Security (2009) installed at the Long Center, Austin (Photo: Ken Little, courtesy Texas Biennial)
 
TX★09 Raychael Stine, The Annunciation (2008), acrylic and oil on canvas, 24 x 20" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
  TX★09 installed at the Mexican-American Cultural Center, Austin (Photo courtesy Texas Biennial)


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2007

 
TX★07 Andrew Anderson, Blue Crush (2006), acrylic and oil on board, 24 x 24 (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★07 William Hundley, Venison (2006), lightjet print mounted on plexi, 22.5 x 30" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★07 Tom Matthews, Surplus IV (2007), chairs and mixed media (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★07 Linda Pace (1945–2007), Mirror Mirror (2007), mixed media, 108 x 54" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★07 Soody Sharifi, Mr. & Mrs. (2006), photograph, 13 x 25" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★07 Gary Sweeney, JFK (2007), installation of plastic cups and chain-link fence (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)


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2005

 
TX★05 Elaine Bradford, By the Fire (2004), mounted deer head, yarn, buttons, faux fireplace, 72 x 44 x 21" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)   TX★05 Peat Duggins, The Gathering: II Evening (2005), acrylic on canvas, 100 x 72" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
 
TX★05 Faith Gay, Langleybandontherun (2004), acrylic on paper, 30 x 30" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)
  TX★05 Tara Welch, You Don't Give a Shit About Anyone but Yourself (2004), C-print, 22 x 18" (Courtesy the artist and Texas Biennial)


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