Front & back cover: Daniela Edburg, Muerte por algodon de azucar, (Death by Cotton Candy), 2006
Digital composite on paper
35 x 50 inches
Courtesy Kunsthaus Miami

Katie Anania is a freelance writer currently based in Marfa.

Eleanor Antin’s The Four Transactions appears in this issue of ARTL!ES courtesy of Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York.

Artist Rotem Balva currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

Kevin Bouchard is an artist and freelance writer based in Fort Worth.

Peter S. Briggs is an art historian and curator living in Lubbock.

Critic and art historian Frances Colpitt is the Deedie Potter Rose Chair of Art History at TCU in Fort Worth. She is a Corresponding Editor to Art in America and sits on the Editorial Advisory Board of ARTL!ES.

Rachel Cook is the Editor of Glasstire.com. She is currently based in Austin.

R. Eric Davis is a writer living in Houston. This is his first contribution to ARTL!ES.

Leah DeVun is an artist and writer living in Houston. She is Assistant Professor of History and Gender Studies at Texas A&M University and a regular contributor to Glasstire.com.

John Ewing is a freelance writer and editor based in New York and has written for Art Nexus and Modern Painters. He is the Copy Editor of ARTL!ES.

The transcript and images from Andrea Fraser’s performance May I Help You? appear in this issue of ARTL!ES courtesy of Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York.

Vicki Fowler is a performance artist based in Houston.

Izabel I. S. Gass is a student of architecture and art history at Rice University.

Anjali Gupta is a video producer and critic based in San Antonio. She is the Editor of ARTL!ES.

Margo Handwerker is Curatorial Assistant of Modern and Contemporary Art and Prints at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Artist and writer Lawrence Jennings lives and works in San Antonio.

Alex Jovanovich is an artist and writer based in Chicago.

Ivan Lozano is Director of Cinematexas. He lives and works in Austin.

Nicholas Kersulis is currently an artist-in-residence in the Core program of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Marie-Adele Moniot is a freelance writer and editor based in New York.

Ileana Marcoulesco is an art critic based in Houston.

Artist and writer Kurt Dominick Mueller is currently pursuing an MFA at the University of Texas at Austin.

Titus O’Brien is an artist and writer currently living in Dallas. He teaches visual art at the University of Texas at Dallas and is a critic for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

New York-based Lorraine O’Grady is currently an Artist-In-Residence at Artpace, San Antonio.

Bárbara Perea is co-founder of Helix Projects. She and partner Priamo Lozada curated the first official Mexican Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale, featuring the work of Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.

Chuck Ramirez is an artist based in San Antonio.

Marisa C. Sánchez is Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Seattle Art Museum.

M. K. Shields is Assistant Professor of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Noah Simblist is an artist and writer living in Dallas. He currently teaches painting, drawing and criticism at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts.

Artist and filmmaker Cauleen Smith is currently based in Austin. She recently accepted a teaching position at MassArt in Boston

Charissa N. Terranova is Assistant Professor of Art and Architectural History at Southern Methodist University and a freelance critic.

Jeff M. Ward is a second-year critic in residence in the Core Program of the Glassell School at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Michelle White is a curatorial assistant at the Menil Collection and the Houston-area Regional Editor of ARTL!ES. She is a frequent contributor to Glasstire.com and Art Papers.

Artist Hilary Wilder lives and works in Brooklyn and Houston.

Eric Zimmerman is an artist and writer based in Austin.

Stevan Zivadinovic is an artist and freelance writer based in San Antonio.