Lindsey Herkommer DeVries

Art Reviewer

Lindsey Herkommer DeVries is from Dallas, Texas. She earned her B.A. in Art History from the University of Texas at Austin in 2007, and M.A. in Art History from Southern Methodist University in May 2012.

Over the course of these two degrees, she focused her research on Modern and contemporary art from the United States, Western Europe, and Latin America.

Currently, she teaches art foundations and art history at Wichita State University.

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5:00 am
Wed February 20, 2013

Art: Navigating Final Friday

Photo courtesy Center Gallery from the Midwest Center for Photography Juried Exhibition
Credit Miska Draskoczy

On the last Friday of every month, local art galleries keep their doors open late for visitors.

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5:00 am
Wed February 6, 2013

Art Review: Under Pressure

Robert Indiana, American Dream #5, 1980. Screenprint. Collection of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation © 2012 Morgan Art Foundation/Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York. Image courtesy Wichita Art Museum.

The Wichita Art Museum opened a new show this past weekend. The exhibition is Under Pressure: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation. This exhibition features 40 artists from this private collection of postwar American artists.

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5:00 am
Wed January 23, 2013

Art Review: Stocked

Scott Blake,

This past weekend, the Ulrich Museum opened their newest exhibition Stocked: Contemporary Art from the Grocery Aisles.

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5:00 am
Wed January 9, 2013

Art: Early Year Exhibitions

Chuck Close,
Credit Chuck Close / Jordan Schnitzer Family

Early January always holds such great optimism. A new year. A fresh start. A clean slate. This fades of course as the daily grind, well, grinds away. But until then, reveling in the newness of the year feels great. And with this excitement, I look to what Wichita has in store for the arts in 2013.

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5:00 am
Wed December 26, 2012

Art: A New Era In Wichita

Credit Abode of Chaos (thierry ehrmann) / Flickr

Looks like we’ve survived another apocalypse!

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5:00 am
Wed December 12, 2012

Art Review: Occupy Art

Credit Paul Stein / PaulSteinJC / Flickr

The Wichita Art Museum has assembled a new exhibition from their permanent collection. It’s called “Occupy Art: Protest and Empathy for the Worker.”

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5:00 am
Wed November 28, 2012

Art Review: The Function Of Form

Credit Emily Brookover

This Final Friday, Go-Away Garage on South Commerce offers the show The Function of Form: New Works by Emily R. Brookover. The show is an eclectic collection of intimate drawings small enough to be doodles-- but they are so highly rendered, it would be a shame to call them that.

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5:00 am
Wed November 14, 2012

Art: Touring Wichita

Credit Fletcher Powell / KMUW

As family comes into town for the Thanksgiving holiday, show them the creative side of Wichita. Many of the city’s museums will keep normal business hours next week-- except for the holiday itself-- which gives Wichitans a chance to show off their city.

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5:00 am
Wed October 31, 2012

Art Review: WAM Art Chatter

Credit Wichita Art Museum

On Friday, the Wichita Art Museum debuts a new series of events they’re calling “Art Chatter.” In collaboration with WAM Contemporaries and the Young Professionals of Wichita, this event offers a fresh way to learn about projects, happenings, and current thoughts on the local art scene.  It’s a renewed effort to make the museum a dynamic place for the community; a place that reflects the range of creative spirits in Wichita.

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10:47 am
Wed October 17, 2012

Art Review: October Final Friday

October Final Friday holds in store two incredible one-night-only shows that should not be missed. The first is at Diver’s Studio with a show titled Watch and Adsorb. That is adsorb with a “d” – a scientific word that refers to a surface-based process of molecules adhering together. This limitless process of surface tension sets the perfect tone for the work of James Porter and his collaborators, Franklin Ackerly and Texas artist Jeff Wheeler, for their Kansas debut exhibition.

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