Leonardo Drew combines hundreds of intricate handmade objects to transform the first-floor gallery at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth into a multi-dimensional environment.
“I consider myself a bit of a late bloomer,” artist Michelle Cortez Gonzales tells me from her home studio in Fort Worth.
For 75 years, the Contemporary Art Museum Houston (CAMH) has sought to engage its community in a dialogue that stems from its inaugural exhibition: This Is Contemporary Art (1948).
The Greek artist Chryssa was an influential force on the New York art scene from the late 1950s to the early 1970s, but since that time, she has become deeply under-recognized, despite having created innovative work in light sculpture.
As the head of Austin’s Texas Performing Arts, Bob Bursey plays a leading role in the state’s cultural scene. But he makes no bones about one thing.
The first time I visited strange new art worlds via a space/time refrigerator portal I had to travel to a renovated bowling alley in New Mexico to do so.
The San Antonio Museum of Art recently rolled out the welcome mural for visitors in the form of a monumental painting by Texas artist Carlos Rosales-Silva, on view through Sept. 2025.
Renowned Himalayan artist Tsherin Sherpa created the first work of his provocative Spirits series in 2009.