From the Editor
by Claire Ruud
I just got back from San Antonio and I saw a Thanksgiving-worthy cornucopia of great work. Highlights included Adrian Esparza, Adriana Lara, and Mario Ybarra, Jr. at Artpace, the Mel Bochner show at Lawrence Markey and Diamond Life opening tonight at Unit B. I’ll take more time to write about some of these shows next week. For now, check out Dan Boehl on Teresita Fernández, Alison Hearst on Death of the Propane Salesman and Nicole Caruth on William Cordova.
I know in my last letter, I promised a review of Okay Mountain’s booksmart and the Noriko Ambe exhibition at Lora Reynolds, both will be in the next issue, so keep your eyes peeled. Until then Happy Thanksgiving.
Claire Ruud is Associate Director of Fluent~Collaborative.