Art Lies, Volume 47, Summer 2005 Page: 8
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Catherine D. Anspon is the visual arts editor of PaperCity and a
Houston correspondent for ARTnews.
James Bae lives and works in Berkley. He recently spent a year in
Marfa as a Chinati Foundation intern.
Kelly Baum is Assistant Curator of American and Contemporary Art
at The Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art in Austin.
Kevin Bouchard is an artist living and working in Fort Worth.
Matthew Bourbon is an artist and Assistant Professor of Art at the
University of North Texas in Denton. He also writes for Flash Art
and New York Arts Magazine. He is The DFW Area Regional Editor
Peter S. Briggs is an art historian and curator living in Lubbock.
Dan Cameron is Senior Curator At Large at the New Museum,
Rebecca S. Cohen is a freelance writer based in Austin. She is the
author of Art Guide Texas (UT Press) and the Austin Area Regional
Editor of ARTL!ES.
Frances Colpitt is a critic and art historian. Former Chair of the
Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at San
Antonio, she is now the Deedie Potter Rose Chair of Art History at
Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. She is a Corresponding
Editor to Art in America and the guest features editor of this issue
Jennifer Davy is an art historian, curator and writer based in
John Ewing is a freelance writer and editor based in New York and
writes for Modern Painters and ArtNexus. He is the copy editor of
Angela Fraleigh is an artist based in Houston.
Francesca Fuchs is an artist based in Houston.
Anjali Gupta is a freelance writer, editor and video producer based
in San Antonio. She is the editor of ARTL!ES.
Trenton Doyle Hancock is an artist based in Houston.
Mazie McKenna Harris is Curatorial Assistant in the Agnes Mongan
Center for the Study of Prints, Drawings and Photographs at the
Fogg Art Museum in Cambridge.
James Hayward is an artist based in Los Angeles. He currently
teaches at Art Center College of Art and Design in Pasadena.
Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe is a freelance arts and culture writer based
Lawrence Jennings is an artist living in San Antonio.
Rachel Koper is a freelance arts writer. She works at Gallery
Lombardi in Austin.
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Mary Leclere is Associate Director of the Core Residency Program,
Glassell School of Art, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and
a PhD candidate in art history at the University of Virginia.
Laura A. Lindenberger is a graduate student at The University
of Texas at Austin and Curatorial Intern in American and
Contemporary Art at The Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art.
Ileana Marcoulesco is a philosopher who contributes criticism to
several magazines. She lives in Houston.
Christopher Miles is Assistant Professor of Art Theory and Criticism
at California State University, Long Beach, and a 2004 recipient of
a Penny McCall Award for his work as a writer and curator.
Paola Morsiani is Curator at the Contemporary Arts Museum
Retha Oliver is a freelance writer and editor based in San Antonio.
She is a frequent contributor to the San Antonio Express-News.
Robyn O'Neil is an artist based in Houston.
Aaron Parazette is an artist living and working in Houston.
Robert Pruitt is an artist living and working in Houston.
Diana Lyn Roberts is an arts writer, curator and consultant in
Noah Simblist is an artist and writer living in Dallas.
Matthew Sontheimer is an artist based in Houston.
Artist Roy Stanfield lives and works in Brooklyn. He has exhibited
at the Austin Museum of Art, testsite (Austin), Fresh Up Club
(Austin), Allston Skirt (Boston) and The Lab Gallery (New York).
Catherine Walworth is a freelance writer based in San Antonio.
Michelle White is Curatorial Assistant of Modern and Contemporary
Art at the Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston. She is the Houston Area
Regional Editor of ARTL!ES.
Front Cover: Aaron Parazette, Double Fade (detail), 2003
Acrylic and enamel on canvas
40 x 36 inches
Courtesy Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio
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