Los Outsiders would like to welcome artist Robert Jackson Harrington on board as our newest member! He has no idea what he’s getting himself into!
So we’re curating another big show; this time in Austin. Show opens in June at the MACC here in Austin.More details to come.
(UPDATE: Click on the logo below to see a photo album of the exhibition)
One of our members has been selected to be a part of the Texas Biennial this year! Michael’s sculptural work will be in the 2011 Biennial.
Jaime curated By Your Powers Combined in Chicago and organized and directed a successful art competition as part of the East Austin Studio Tour this year. He will curate the winner’s work in a solo shot at Pump Project.
and has been producing Art Czar a blog about artists and their work.
Our website is up and running. www.losoutsiders.org Oh yeah. You’re looking at it right now!
Also we have a facebook page now. http://www.facebook.com/LosOutsiders
We’re having a pretty good year and it’s just about to start. Thanks to everyone who’s helped us and supported us along the way!
Co-Lab is hosting White Wash/ Keep It Clean, the first exhibition of our work as a collective.
“Mainstream media, society, etc. exudes certain qualities that are unmistakable. Usually straight, white, males. When an outsider attempts to fit in, some aspects of their individuality are heightened while others are lost. Some assimilate easier than others and the process of assimilation is different for everyone.”
UTSA Satellite Space hosted artwork by all three of our members in Welcome to the Monkey House, an exhibition curated by Enrique Martinez. A PDF of the review of the show can be found here.
Artist profile on Katy Heinlein.
Da bois wax on about Evan Hecox’s prints and drawings at 4 Walls Fine Art Gallery, Sarah Green Reed and Shawn Smith’s digital delicacies at D Berman and wax off on Cauleen Smith’s NTSC show at Women and Their Work, Danielson.
In this episode, Jaime, Hector and Michael discuss “Pokey” at Gallery Lombardi, the installation work of Adelle Lutz at Gallery 68 and the War-Artists Respond show at the Dougherty Arts Center. To break the candy shell and get to the liquid center, please press play.