What to see at EAST: Three new East Austin galleries

With more than 450 numbered stops, the East Austin Studio Tour can be daunting when it comes to figuring out where to start. So to offer a little focus, we’re making short lists of our recommendations.

Here’s three new indie galleries and/or artist-run exhibit spaces:

Icosa Collective. Artist-run collective in a former auto body shop. 702 Shady Lane.

Brooke Gassiot, "Stories our Neurons Tells Us," mixed media light installation.
Brooke Gassiot, “Stories our Neurons Tells Us,” mixed media light installation.

Wade Art Room  This artist-run space is in a historic former church and is exhibiting a group show. 81 San Marcos St.

Yuliya Lanina, "Family," acrylic on canvas
Yuliya Lanina, “Family,” acrylic on canvas

 

Camiba Art. This gallery focuses on regional contemporary art that has a conceptual flair. Flatbed building, 2832 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

 

Ender Martos, "Centrifugal Force of Geometry," acrylic & monofilament on plexiglas
Ender Martos, “Centrifugal Force of Geometry,” acrylic & monofilament on plexiglas

For more coverage of and recommendations for EAST, visit our the austin360 arts blog.

 

 

 

Author: Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

Jeanne Claire van Ryzin is the arts critic for the Austin American-Statesman. She writes about visual art, theater, dance, music, performance, public art, architecture and just about any combination thereof.

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