Playing with Fire at Kitchen Dog Theater
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Playing with Fire at Kitchen Dog Theater

If you have nothing to say after watching a performance of The Arsonists, the dark…

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Angela Fraleigh: Ghosts in the Sunlight
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Angela Fraleigh: Ghosts in the Sunlight

Angela Fraleigh’s latest presentation at Inman Gallery is a glossy group of paintings about paintings.

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Experiments with Truth: Ghandi and Images of Nonviolence
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Experiments with Truth: Ghandi and Images of Nonviolence

The halls of the Menil Collection stand still in the calmness of quiet contemplation.

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Fighting Against Symmetry
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Fighting Against Symmetry

Jimmy Joe Roche, CRIMCRAW, Installation view at Erin Cluley Gallery, 2014. Courtesy of the Artist…

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Read the Fine Print
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Read the Fine Print

Migration Detail, Sue Anne Rische, Photo Courtesy of Sue Anne Rische. Sue Anne Rische’s Privacy…

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Dallas Theater Center’s Driving Miss Daisy Offers a Smooth & Heartfelt Ride
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HJ Bott: Scribble Morphings
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HJ Bott: Scribble Morphings

Special Madness at David Shelton Gallery
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Special Madness at David Shelton Gallery

At first glance Keith J. Varadi’s exhibition at the David Shelton Gallery is a show…

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Emily Fleisher Astro-Turf
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Emily Fleisher Astro-Turf

GYN at Fresh Arts
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GYN at Fresh Arts

Right Here, Right Now: Houston
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Right Here, Right Now: Houston

Love George Herms
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Love George Herms

Buildering: Misbehaving the City
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Invasive Species: Landscape
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Invasive Species: Landscape

Isa Genzken: Retrospective
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Isa Genzken: Retrospective

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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Houston Ballet’s “From Houston to the World” Offers Range and Polish
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Houston Ballet’s “From Houston to the World” Offers Range and Polish

In traditional classical ballet, the corps de ballet is, more often than not relegated to…

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Houston Ballet Soars in John Neumeier’s Otherworldly Midsummer Night’s Dream
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The Boy From Oz
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The Boy From Oz

When Peter Allen sings his now infamous song “Everything old is new again” in The…

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Les Miserables at Dallas Theater Center
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Les Miserables at Dallas Theater Center

The version of Les Miserables currently on stage at the Dallas Theater Center (DTC) is…

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Reevaluating Modernism’s Reevaluation
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Reevaluating Modernism’s Reevaluation

Bruno Latour’s 1991 book We have never been modern,a short but dense text that reevaluates…

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A Secret Affair: Selections from the Fuhrman Family Collection
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A Secret Affair: Selections from the Fuhrman Family Collection

Executive Director Louis Grachos flexes his vision for The Contemporary Austin with the high-profile sculpture…

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Mark Grotjahn Sculpture
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Mark Grotjahn Sculpture

In the latest example of the Nasher Sculpture Center’s foray into contemporary art, Mark Grotjahn…

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Suga
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Suga

Currently on view at BLUEorange Contemporary, Suga is the fifth exhibition in a cycle of…

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Vanishing Ice: Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art, 1775-2012
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Vanishing Ice: Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art, 1775-2012

Beauty Reigns: A Baroque Sensibility in Recent Painting
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Beauty Reigns: A Baroque Sensibility in Recent Painting

Review: Hands on a Hardbody
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Review: Hands on a Hardbody

I, for one, have become rather cynical when it comes to movie-inspired musicals. Even if…

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Good People at WaterTower Theatre
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Good People at WaterTower Theatre

“I’m sorry you made bad choices,” Mike says to Marge (pronounced with a hard ‘g’)…

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Pace Gems: Selections from the Linda Pace Foundation Permanent Collection
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Pace Gems: Selections from the Linda Pace Foundation Permanent Collection

Pace Gems, the inaugural exhibit at the Linda Pace Foundation’s SPACE, presents highlights from the…

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Otis Jones + Bret Slater
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Otis Jones + Bret Slater

Holly Johnson Gallery has just opened the first installment of what has become an international…

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Orly Genger: Current
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Orly Genger: Current

Deceptively simple in design, Current, a monumental, interactive sculpture at The Contemporary Austin’s Laguna Gloria…

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Review: Ars Lyrica’s “A Baroque Wedding Feast”
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Review: Ars Lyrica’s “A Baroque Wedding Feast”

The final offering of Ars Lyrica’s tenth-anniversary season was everything promised by its title.

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Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawing
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Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawing

Any daydreamer remembers being back in school, either ignoring the teacher or absorbing the world…

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Review: The Whipping Man
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Review: The Whipping Man

Three Jews, all members of one family, sit down to Seder to celebrate Passover together…

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Review: Sherlock Holmes, The Final Adventure
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Review: Sherlock Holmes, The Final Adventure

The Dallas Theater Center’s (DTC) production of Sherlock Holmes, The Final Adventure, through May 25,…

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Wabi Sabi
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Wabi Sabi

Wabi Sabi, a group exhibition at Art Palace, draws its title from the traditional Japanese…

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Rosa Barba: New Works
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Rosa Barba: New Works

Entering the Berlin-based artist Rosa Barba’s contribution to the Spring International Artist-in-Residence program at Artpace,…

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Tom Molloy: NATIVE
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Tom Molloy: NATIVE

Comprised of delicate graphite drawings, photographs and one sculpture, Tom Molloy’s NATIVE—his fifth solo exhibition…

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FOCUS: Rirkrit Tiravanija
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FOCUS: Rirkrit Tiravanija

Widely recognized for his work in relational aesthetics that encompasses cooking Thai meals and printing…

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Laura Lark: Night Gallery
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Laura Lark: Night Gallery

Laura Lark is a subversive painter in both form and content. She discards the rigid…

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