A Study in Identity
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A Study in Identity

Leading Houston’s Alternative Spaces
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Leading Houston’s Alternative Spaces

Black matter dripping from canvas, flanking a fish tank and bowl filled with water, microphones, and other objects: this is galleryHomeland’s Kokomo

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Displacement
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Displacement

collaborative married couple Daniel Gray and Billi London-Gray, a nomadic pair of artists, have called San Marcos home despite a schedule peppered with stints in artists’ residencies around…

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A Space Within a Space
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A Space Within a Space

Tom Holland: Now…and a little bit of history
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Tom Holland: Now…and a little bit of history

After a two-year hiatus, Tom Holland has returned to Texas for his second solo exhibition at Samuel Lynne Galleries, on view through June 29.

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Elizabeth McDonald:  I Only Know Plenty
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Elizabeth McDonald: I Only Know Plenty

Elizabeth McDonald is a fascinating artist in possession ofa mind full of the most wild and esoteric tangents.

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FOMO
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FOMO

The Los Outsiders: A Curatorial Collective with a community activist flair
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APOLOGYTOTIME by Mark Johnson
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APOLOGYTOTIME by Mark Johnson

Co-Lab Project’s N Space recently broke its short sabbatical to open APOLOGYTOTIME by Mark Johnson (on view through June 24)

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The Imperceptible Essence
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The Imperceptible Essence

A Tenuous Relationship with Self
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DIY In Dallas
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DIY In Dallas

Questioning the Art Object
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Questioning the Art Object

Nyssa- The Portrait to Represent Us All
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‘Wildly Strange’ at The Blanton Museum
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‘Wildly Strange’ at The Blanton Museum

As Sweet as it Gets
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As Sweet as it Gets

Between Digital and Analog
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Between Digital and Analog

Let’s talk about Earnest
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Let’s talk about Earnest

Tactile Appeal
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Tactile Appeal

Jesse Amado, Kelly O’Connor and Andrew Havenhand at the Southwest School of Art

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The Fantastical World of Hummingbirds
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Cosmic Concerts
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Cosmic Concerts

Context is Key
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Context is Key

Doing Things Differently
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Doing Things Differently

Jon Hopson, the owner of Houston gallery Hello Project on the Houston arts scene, busting through silos and his new kind of art gallery.

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The Existential Conundrum of the Image
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Cautious Optimism in Austin
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Cautious Optimism in Austin

What Moved Us
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What Moved Us

Playful Provocations of Land and Liberty
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Playful Provocations of Land and Liberty

Donald Moffett: head. at Lora Reynolds Gallery
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Donald Moffett: head. at Lora Reynolds Gallery

a cross between people-watching at an airport and viewing a classical oil in a dimly lit cathedral

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Homage to Domestic Familiarity at Anya Tish Gallery
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Homage to Domestic Familiarity at Anya Tish Gallery

Patti Oleon – Parallel Spaces
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Patti Oleon – Parallel Spaces

With Parallel Spaces Cris Worley Fine Arts opens the first solo exhibition of Patti Oleon’s mysterious paintings.

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Focus: Jules De Balincourt
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Focus: Jules De Balincourt

“I want my art to be accessible” is not a statement one hears from many contemporary artists in the year 2014. It’s been quite a few years since…

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Danielle Georgiou Gets NICE
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Danielle Georgiou Gets NICE

Art on the Go
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Art on the Go

Maverick Movers: Joshua L. Peugh
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Maverick Movers: Joshua L. Peugh

Joshua L. Peugh is the artistic director of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance in Dallas.

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GYN at Fresh Arts
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GYN at Fresh Arts

Group Dynamics in Motion
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Group Dynamics in Motion

Four Dance Films Screen at Houston Cinema Arts Festival
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Four Dance Films Screen at Houston Cinema Arts Festival

Three Impressionist Shows to see in Texas this Fall
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Three Impressionist Shows to see in Texas this Fall

History + Beauty
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History + Beauty

Perhaps the most startling thing about watching Martha Graham’s 1944 ballet Appalachian Spring

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7 Things You Should Know About Ballet in Texas for October
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7 Things You Should Know About Ballet in Texas for October

After a successful season opener with John Neumeier's enchanting A Midsummer Night's Dream

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