Gallery Press

March 8, 2024

Chronicle reviews Being the Other and Between

The gallery’s newest show brings together the colorful and provocative work of four women artists – Aubree Dale, Aria Brownell, Wendy Rhode, and Barbara Miñarro

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January 24, 2024

Interview: Christine Garvey and Annie Miller on Motherhood and Storytelling

We hear from the artists behind Care/Take about how motherhood shapes their artwork.

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January 14, 2023

Goodluckhavefun Gallery Gets a Visit From “Yours,” Truly

Qmmunity Editor James Scott checks out queer art at DIY garage gallery

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October 22, 2022

Superposition: Meet the Gallerists

The curators of Motherling talk with us about their process and recent exhibition in collaboration with Austin gallery, Goodluckhavefun.

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May 20, 2022

Five Ways to Dress Up Your Bare, Bare Walls

This show's up for just two days in the Goodluckhavefun alternative art space and features dozens of artworks, each under a dozen inches, as created and curated by the painterly likes of ...

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March 10, 2022

‘Austin Does Austin’ at gallery-cum-garage Goodluckhavefun

Garage gallery and clean well lighted place, Goodluckhavefun is featuring a nebulously named show “Austin does Austin.”

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February 26, 2022

The Line-up: Eleven Austin exhibitions to look at in March

Five artists who have show at Goodluckhavefun each invited one artist for a group show of fresh new work.

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January 10, 2022

Meditation of the Discarded: an Interview with Lauren Winchell Bechelli

Lauren Winchell Bechelli firmly believes in the impossibility of specificity. Her artworks are undecipherable composites of old ideas made new again. Iconic images and constructive materials are  ...

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December 31, 2021

Top stories of 2021

Readers were smitten with Irene Roderick and her improvisational method of quiltmaking. Also enjoyed were exhibition reviews “A weird, phantasmagorical dimension ...

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May 15, 2021

A weird, phantasmagorical dimension: Matthew Langland at Goodluckhavefun

Langland’s paintings feel both mythical and reactive. Perfect for a garage gallery thinking outside the white box.

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