With its finger on the pulse of society, last fall’s AFF succeeded in capturing the sign of our times
Filmmaker Juan Pablo González reflects on location, community, and agricultural economies in Central Mexico in his first ever gallery show at UT’s VAC.
5 years after UT’s legal battle over a Warhol portrait, Ramiro De Los Santos revisits a strange tale from the annals of campus lore.
As algorithms which produce art become more complicated, the issue of authorial intent becomes more pressing than ever
Lily Cox-Richard’s exhibition at the Blanton Museum draws on the W. J. Battle collection of plaster casts, reworking the ancient models to contradict their long accepted whiteness.