Gallerists Who “Actually Like Each Other”
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Gallerists Who “Actually Like Each Other”

Texas Contemporary art fair touts camaraderie among dealers With the second iteration of the Houston…

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At Home in the World
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At Home in the World

The Everyday Innovation of Craft As I write, a large-scale international art and technology symposium…

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Taking a Bow and Sharing the Stage
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Taking a Bow and Sharing the Stage

Artist of the Year Aaron Parazette Presents New Work – His and Others’ A confluence…

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Review: 10 Decades at Architecture Center Houston
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Review: 10 Decades at Architecture Center Houston

On the occasion of the centenary of the Rice School of Architecture, a fascinating exhibition…

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Review: Danny Rolph at Barbara Davis Gallery
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Review: Danny Rolph at Barbara Davis Gallery

There’s a classic look and feel to London artist Danny Rolph’s new paintings. With shards…

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Review: Mike Beradino at Emergency Room
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Review: Mike Beradino at Emergency Room

As sculpture physically occupying Emergency Room, a snack-sized exhibition space at Rice University, Mike Beradino’s…

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Review: In Appropriation at HCP
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Review: In Appropriation at HCP

In Appropriation at the Houston Center for Photography is one of the strongest exhibitions currently…

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Review: Eric Zimmerman
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Review: Eric Zimmerman

There’s a lot going on in Eric Zimmerman’s latest Art Palace exhibition, which is itself…

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Review: James Drake
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Review: James Drake

Now based in Santa Fe, James Drake is perhaps best known for his dark, large-scale…

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Art-Making in the Here-and-Now
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Art-Making in the Here-and-Now

The Mitchell Center Calls Great Artists and Attention to Houston As many readers know, Forbes…

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Worth the Trip: Ralston Crawford in New Orleans
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Worth the Trip: Ralston Crawford in New Orleans

Since the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston unveiled its acquisition of Ralston Crawford’s 1942 painting…

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Review: Jane Alexander at CAMH
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Review: Jane Alexander at CAMH

Jane Alexander’s motley cast of characters alternately attracts and repels. Her figurative sculptures of near…

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Fast and Furious
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Fast and Furious

The visual subject – she who sees – is always evolving. One does not look…

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Building Relationships
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Building Relationships

Enter GVG Contemporary in Santa Fe’s historic Canyon Road arts district, help where ornamental beams…

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What’s the Big Idea?
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What’s the Big Idea?

When it comes to avant-garde type of art, the popularity tends to wane quickly, and…

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Spec’ing Out a Theater
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Spec’ing Out a Theater

Dallas City Performance Hall is a 750 seat multi-disciplinary theater that has the ability to…

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Back to the Booths
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Back to the Booths

Houston Fine Art Fair Returns, Emphasizes Local Scene Once upon a not-so-distant time – less…

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Blaffer’s $2 Million Makeover
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Blaffer’s $2 Million Makeover

WORKac’s renovations aim to boost UH museum’s public presence The University of Houston’s Blaffer Art…

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Review:  The Art of Exaggeration
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Review: The Art of Exaggeration

Walking through The Art of Exaggeration at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston feels like being…

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Review: Alvin Baltrop
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Review: Alvin Baltrop

The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston prides itself on “exhibitions that exemplify the art of today.”…

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Review: Silence
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Review: Silence

The Menil Collection Robert Rauschenberg’s 1951 work White Painting (Two Panel) — two side-by-side canvases…

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Worth the Trip
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Worth the Trip

Lucian Freud and Omer Fast in North Texas I didn’t exactly want to drive four-and-a-half…

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Under One Roof, With Room to Breathe
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Under One Roof, With Room to Breathe

MFAH’s Sweeping American Made Spans Centuries, Media and Styles Viewing American art at the Museum…

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The Family Business
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The Family Business

The mother-and-son team of Susan Roth Romans and Jordan Roth have been making a bold…

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Texas Got Talent
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Texas Got Talent

Summertime in Dallas’ gallery world has traditionally been a time of group shows culled from…

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The Naked Truth
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The Naked Truth

In hailing Lucian Freud as “the Ingres of existentialism” mid-last century, the British art critic…

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Review: Hilary Wilder, A Northern Tale
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Review: Hilary Wilder, A Northern Tale

J.M.W. Turner, Caspar David Friedrich and the Hudson River School understandably come up a lot…

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Review: David Katz, Systemic Expansion
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Review: David Katz, Systemic Expansion

Spindles and webs of organic shapes span the hallway like an alien garland, interlinking peculiar…

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Review: Oscar Muñoz
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Review: Oscar Muñoz

at Sicardi Gallery Fire, water, dust, and light. Though modern science has moved well past…

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Arts Aid
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Arts Aid

Houston Arts Alliance Launches the Inaugural Houston Arts Resource Fair Being a professional artist is…

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A Frame Shop With Curatorial Caché
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A Frame Shop With Curatorial Caché

Ariane Roesch’s UNIT Looks for Print Collectors Online As PrintHouston continues through the summer with…

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Light – Hold the Pickle Juice
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Light – Hold the Pickle Juice

James Turrell on the Trouble With Holograms A month after the unveiling of Twilight Epiphany,…

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The Conductivity of Collectivity
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The Conductivity of Collectivity

Houston Artists Find Power in Numbers “If you want to go fast, go alone. If…

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Gray Boxes
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Gray Boxes

Sicardi Gallery’s New Building Extends a 10-Year Trend About ten years ago I was intrigued…

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Growing an Arts Community
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Growing an Arts Community

Ashley Clemmer Hoffman in action at Rothko Chapel Growing up in a country store and…

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Getting (Not Too Far) Away From It All – To Work
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Getting (Not Too Far) Away From It All – To Work

Galveston Artist Residency Offers Time, Space and a Bike For artist Nick Barbee, a two-year…

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Review: Rusty Scruby, Cube Network & Cherry Blossoms
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Review: Rusty Scruby, Cube Network & Cherry Blossoms

The disparate influences informing Dallas-based artist Rusty Scruby’s photographic reconstructions and folded-paper constructions include knitting,…

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Review:  Jason Yates, All We Ever Wanted Was Everything
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Review: Jason Yates, All We Ever Wanted Was Everything

Tightly structured and composed of hatch marks drawn into dozens of petal-like shapes, Los Angeles…

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Review:  Surface Pattern
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Review: Surface Pattern

Circuit 12 Contemporary, medicine Dallas May 12–June 16, cialis 2012 Owner Dustin Orlando has assembled…

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Review:  Charlotte Moth
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Review: Charlotte Moth

Dallas Biennale Exhibit curated by the Dallas Contemporary Museum Displayed at the Goss Michael Foundation,…

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