Devon Britt-Darby

Eclipsed No More: DMA Shines Light on Rare Edward Steichen Murals

In 1913, Agnes Ernst Meyer, the wife of financier Eugene Meyer, Jr., and pregnant with her second child, was out of sorts and unable to make her rounds to the art galleries, where, as a former New York Post reporter on the art beat, she had been dubbed “the Sun Girl” by photographer-gallerists Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen. Writing to Stieglitz, a brooding Meyer quipped, “I am now your Eclipsed Sun-girl.”...

HOME—So Different, So Appealing at MFAH

The breakthrough exhibition HOME—So Different, So Appealing, a seven-decade survey of works by Latin American and U.S. Latino artists who address the universal, elastic theme of home, draws part of its landmark status from its organizers, both encyclopedic museums, and the vast real estate they’ve given the show....

Richard Stout’s Homecoming at AMSET

“I’ve always liked to work from home,” says Richard Stout, the Beaumont-born painter, sculptor, and elder statesman of the Houston art world, as we sit in the Montrose-area studio he built 50 years ago behind his house....

Devon Britt-Darby

Devon Britt-Darby is a Houston-based writer and artist.