Review:  Round 36 Project Row Houses
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Review: Round 36 Project Row Houses

Round 36 is the latest series of artist projects at Houston’s Project Row Houses. As…

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Review: Heavy Hitters at Peveto
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Review: Heavy Hitters at Peveto

Peveto may be the new kid on the Colquitt Gallery Row, viagra but there’s no…

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Review: Prospectors at Lawndale Art Center
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Review: Prospectors at Lawndale Art Center

The Lawndale Art Center’s, Prospectors show features the three latest residents to complete the Artist…

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Review: David Aylsworth
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Review: David Aylsworth

David Aylsworth, The Reverses Wiped Away Along with their own considerable merits and pleasures, the…

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Printmaking in Houston: Then and Now
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Printmaking in Houston: Then and Now

Printmaking is gaining attention in Houston again. June marks the celebration of PrintHouston, a summer-long…

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Inner Space Travel
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Inner Space Travel

Turrell’s New Skyspace Lands in Houston Using light as his main material, James Turrell deftly…

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A Gallery With Gravitas
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A Gallery With Gravitas

Review:  Gerhard Richter Painting
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Review: Gerhard Richter Painting

Paint and the moving image have a complicated relationship. Early cinema influenced how Pablo Picasso…

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Readymade or not
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Readymade or not

New CAMH curator riffs on Duchamp’s legacy Marking the 99th anniversary of Marcel Duchamp’s first…

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Review: Danny Lyon Photographs
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Review: Danny Lyon Photographs

This World Is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs A woman confronts and holds off…

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Review:  John Adelman, Elixer
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Review: John Adelman, Elixer

Darke Gallery April 13-June 2 www.darkegallery.com Despite getting off to a seemingly unpromising start –…

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Review:  Mike Beradino, Freq Out
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Review: Mike Beradino, Freq Out

Art Palace April 13-May 19 www.artpalacegallery.com To the naked eye, drug Mike Berandio’s acrylic paintings…

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Review:  Jasper Johns, Two Flags & Prints
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Review: Jasper Johns, Two Flags & Prints

Hiram Butler Gallery April 14-May 19 www.dbhbg.com For some painters, printmaking is merely a means…

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Review: Utopia/Dystopia
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Review: Utopia/Dystopia

Review: Utopia/Dystopia: Construction and Destruction in Photography and Collage Museum of Fine Arts, Houston March…

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Review:  Artifactual Realities
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Review: Artifactual Realities

Station Museum Through May 13 I had difficulty grasping the curatorial remit of Artifactual Realities…

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Review:  Garth Clark & Mark Del Vecchio Collection
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Review: Garth Clark & Mark Del Vecchio Collection

Review: Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection Museum…

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Review:  Contemporary Asian Art
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Review: Contemporary Asian Art

Contemporary Asian Art: Texas Connections Asia Society Texas Center April 14–September 16 www.asiasociety Considering the…

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Review: Yasuaki Onishi’s Reverse of Volume RG
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Review: Yasuaki Onishi’s Reverse of Volume RG

Reverse of Volume RG Rice Gallery 13 April- 24 June 2012 Nebulous Mountains hover in…

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Worth the Trip
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Worth the Trip

Currents: The Santa Fe International New Media Festival New Mexico is known for artists and…

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High Art and Low Riders: Art Car Parade at 25
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High Art and Low Riders: Art Car Parade at 25

Unmapping Houston
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Unmapping Houston

Artists navigate the city’s geography You hear people say Houston is a hard city to…

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Pump Up the Volume
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Pump Up the Volume

The Quiet Genius of Harvey Bott and the DoV “All ‘straight’ lines bend through space,”…

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Review:  Adam McEwen
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Review: Adam McEwen

One of the most intriguing things about the Goss-Michael Foundation — and there are many…

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Review:  Roberta Harris
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Review: Roberta Harris

Eighteen new paintings by Houston artist Roberta Harris find inspiration in geometric forms in her…

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Review:  Dream Continuum
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Review: Dream Continuum

There’s a new gallery on Dragon Street in the Design District with a hip twist.…

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Review:  Nick Barbee
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Review: Nick Barbee

Nick Barbee’s show at Plush Gallery, Proclamation, questions how things stand. His work, mainly minimal…

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Review:  Moreshin Allahyari
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Review: Moreshin Allahyari

One of the mantras of contemporary art is that it’s defined by context. If you…

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Sense of Place: Barbel Helmert
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Sense of Place: Barbel Helmert

Few artists seem as comfortable working in different mediums as Alpine, Texas-based Barbel Helmert. Born…

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Pop-Up Art Party Aims to Please
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Pop-Up Art Party Aims to Please

Bringing a revolutionary cultural concept to Fort Worth, purchase local artist Marshall Harris unveils the…

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Worth the Trip
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Worth the Trip

The Santa Fe International New Media Festival New Mexico is known for artists and scientists,…

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A Family Affair
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A Family Affair

The Stafford family has always shared an interest in art. Whether it was family vacation…

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Pop-Up Style: Life and Times in Oak Cliff
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Pop-Up Style: Life and Times in Oak Cliff

There’s a quiet pop-up revolution happening in Oak Cliff — it’s a revolution that is…

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Art World
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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Art World

Dr. Michael Corris Last year, Creative Time, a respected New York City based non-profit arts…

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The Modernist Musketeers
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The Modernist Musketeers

Events in real time are fluid, dynamic, and spontaneous. Some philosophers call this quality “lived,”…

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Review:  John Webb “Pile”
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Review: John Webb “Pile”

John Webb: “Pile” Sculpture Peel Gallery March 2–April 30, 2012 www.peelgallery.org Tendrils, tentacles and vesicles…

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Review:  Priya Kambli “Color Falls Down”
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Review: Priya Kambli “Color Falls Down”

Priya Kambli’s “Color Falls Down” is one of three new exhibitions to open at the…

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Review:  Amy Blakemore “New Pictures”
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Review: Amy Blakemore “New Pictures”

Looking at a distant hillside, we see the colors of the landscape fade to the…

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Review:  Glassell School of Art
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Review: Glassell School of Art

At first glance, the Glassell School of Art’s “2012 Core Exhibition” seems disjointed and aimless,…

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Review:  FotoFest 2012 Biennial
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Review: FotoFest 2012 Biennial

There was a chasm, according to the curatorial statement, a trench clawed into the cultural…

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Cultural Warrior:  Matthew Lennon
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Cultural Warrior: Matthew Lennon

HAA’s Director of Civic Art & Design With Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” guarding…

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