The man behind the gallery puts himself inside the gallery, in its front rooms this time, with a collection of his compelling creations from the 1990s. Is this a good idea? Tell you what: since only the best of any other artists he might show can match Allen's skill, ingenuity, and stunning sense of the-ordinary-turned-unique, this exhibition is a great idea.
December 6, 2018 - by Katy Vine
James Surls has a storied legacy as one of Texas’s greatest living sculptors. But at age 75, the eccentric artist is far from finished.
October 26, 2018 - by Seth Orion Schwaiger
A giant of contemporary art, Smith opens up about trusting the necessity to do things, her pragmatic nature, and the importance of the meaning of an animal in the world…
September 4, 2018 - by Rebecca Marino
Kiki Smith is a multi-disciplinary contemporary artist based in upstate New York. Active since the 1980s, Smith’s work is often in the form of the figurative, dealing with mortality, the human condition and those reflections in the natural world…
February 14, 2017 - by Steve Dollar
American vernacular utterances have always been at the core of Jim Roche’s artwork: brash, profane pronouncements often barbed with cruel humor and brutal candor—and no small amount of absurdity...
That's Right, You're Not from Texas, but Texas Wants You Anyway: The Art of Bale Creek Allen – Glasstire
Bale Creek Allen is a rarity. For nearly three decades, he’s actively pursued painting, drawing, sculpture, performance and installation art, and has enjoyed critical and commercial success with each of these endeavors.
Bukka & Bale Allen 24 Frames | PBS Digital Studios
May 3, 2016
24 Frame got up close and personal with the artistic brothers Bukka and Bale Allen.
March 17, 2016 - by Richard Skanse
“Alright, I hope you won’t be disappointed,” Daniel Johnston told his audience Saturday night at East Austin’s new Bale Creek Allen Gallery, “but we only have one more song.” Johnston and...
This May Be the Coolest Gallery in Austin! – Glasstire
How did I Get Here? Podcast
with Johnny Goudie
February 5, 2016