New Texas Talent XXVIII

Travis Neel (Other)

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An annual exhibition curated by Christina Rees, the Editor-in-Chief of Glasstire. There were over 1,000 submission from 400 artists. 51 works were selected for the exhibition.<br><br>"A state-wide juried exhibition conceived to introduce & promote emerging artists. 2021 Exhibition Presented by Craighead Green Gallery. New Texas Talent is designed to introduce and promote emerging visual artists in the commercial market. Each year hundreds of images are submitted for review. The juror then selects artists to participate in the New Texas Talent exhibition. Through their participation in the show, some artists have been offered representation by galleries and/or have been extended invitations for inclusion in future exhibitions. The exhibition and its participants have also received media exposure in such publications as Patron Magazine, The Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, The Observer and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Arts+Culture Magazine and many others."<br><br>Christina Rees is Editor-in-Chief at Glasstire. In the past, she's served as an editor at The Met and D Magazine, as the full-time art columnist at the Dallas Observer, and has contributed art, film, and music criticism to the Village Voice, the Dallas Morning News, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and other publications. Rees was the owner and director of Road Agent gallery in Dallas for three years before serving as curator of Fort Worth Contemporary Arts from 2009 to 2013. Prior to joining Glasstire as an editor in July 2014, she was a frequent Glasstire contributor, and continues to write for other publications such as BLAU and Artdesk. Rees is a recent recipient of the inaugural Rabkin Prize, a national $50k award for outstanding arts writing. She’s currently based in Dallas.<br><br>My artwork was sold during the exhibition.<br><br><a href=""></a>
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Aug 1 2021


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