SHOW UP: Robert Hodge
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SHOW UP: Robert Hodge

“The music has always been there, lingering in my presence,” said Robert Hodge, a Houston-based…

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Master of Scale and Detail: Ron Mueck at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
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Master of Scale and Detail: Ron Mueck at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Ron Mueck got his start as a puppeteer, learning the trade from his family. Early…

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Energy, Innocence and Originality: Geoff Winningham and Janice Freeman explore Houston Children’s perspective at Rice Media Center
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Balance in the Fog of Memory: Angel Otero at CAMH
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Balance in the Fog of Memory: Angel Otero at CAMH

Angel Otero: Everything and Nothing, on view at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston through March…

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Sculpture Month Houston Takes Over the Silos and Area Galleries
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Sculpture Month Houston Takes Over the Silos and Area Galleries

This October, a new event will arise in Houston, highlighting this diversity and the plethora…

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Self-Taught Art: Works from the Stephanie and John Smither Collection at The Menil
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Self-Taught Art: Works from the Stephanie and John Smither Collection at The Menil

On view at the Menil Collection through Oct. 16, As Essential As Dreams: Self-Taught Art…

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<em>flow:</em> Jae Ko at CAMH
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flow: Jae Ko at CAMH

Downstairs at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, the Zilkha Gallery is a cold space. When…

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Meditations on Love, Art, and Life: Yayoi Kusama at the MFAH
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Meditations on Love, Art, and Life: Yayoi Kusama at the MFAH

The name Yayoi Kusama often conjures images of polka-dots spreading out into the infinite, and…

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SHEILA PEPE invites SONDRA PERRY—<em>Put me down Gently: A Cooler Place + I’m Afraid I Can’t Do That</em>
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SHEILA PEPE invites SONDRA PERRY—Put me down Gently: A Cooler Place + I’m Afraid I Can’t Do That

“It’s very much like a drawing,” Sheila Pepe began. “Things are drawn, laid down, erased,…

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Reclaiming History: <em>Where the Ranch Actually Was</em> at Devin Borden Gallery
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Reclaiming History: Where the Ranch Actually Was at Devin Borden Gallery

Those living on the sidelines of traditional (read: white/heteronormative/etc) in the United States must constantly…

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Deconstructing Suburbia: New and Recent Works by Hillerbrand + Magsamen
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Deconstructing Suburbia: New and Recent Works by Hillerbrand + Magsamen

Deconstruction is a common theme in the arts. Whether a concept or an object, many…

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Weaving Narratives of Music and Art: Jennie C. Jones at the CAMH
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Weaving Narratives of Music and Art: Jennie C. Jones at the CAMH

Music, much like visual art, has long been a tool used to comment and reflect…

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Pop Around the World
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Pop Around the World

VISIBILITY
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A Test, A Plume, A History
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A Test, A Plume, A History

ALL IMAGES: Gabriel Martinez, Mountain War Time, 2015. Originally commissioned and produced by Artpace San…

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The Cosmic Womb
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The Cosmic Womb

The Longest Distance
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The Longest Distance

Texas Abstract
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Texas Abstract

Cosmic Concerts
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Cosmic Concerts

Required Reading
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Required Reading

Sprawling Conversation
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HJ Bott: Scribble Morphings
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HJ Bott: Scribble Morphings

Right Here, Right Now: Houston
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Right Here, Right Now: Houston

Suga
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Suga

Currently on view at BLUEorange Contemporary, Suga is the fifth exhibition in a cycle of…

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Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawing
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Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawing

Any daydreamer remembers being back in school, either ignoring the teacher or absorbing the world…

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Popping Up While Putting Off
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Popping Up While Putting Off

On any given day, the anonymously adorable 1930s bungalow looks just like the other houses…

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Melanie Smith’s Seduction
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Melanie Smith’s Seduction