Art

Review: Nick Barbee

Nick Barbee’s show at Plush Gallery, Proclamation, questions how things stand. His work, mainly minimal cement and plaster sculptures, does this by exploring and playing upon geometry and the notion of ground, both theoretical and material. In this multimedia exhibition of two- and [...]...

A Family Affair

The Stafford family has always shared an interest in art. Whether it was family vacation in Paris wandering through The Louvre, where young daughters Erin and Elissa curiously inspected “Sleeping Hermaphroditus,” the stunning marble sculpture dating back to first century B.C., or a weekend visit to the Fort Worth Contemporary [...]...

Review: Priya Kambli “Color Falls Down”

Priya Kambli’s “Color Falls Down” is one of three new exhibitions to open at the Houston Center for Photography. Part of the FotoFest Biennial 2012, the individual exhibitions by the three photographers all explore the domestic [...]...

Review: Amy Blakemore “New Pictures”

Looking at a distant hillside, we see the colors of the landscape fade to the palette of the sky. We know, of course, that should we travel there, we would not find shadowless blue dirt, shadowless blue trees. Those seemingly [...]...