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Chinati: The Vision of Donald Judd

The Chinati Foundation has a new book out. Chinati: The Vision of Donald Judd, mostly by ex-director Marianne Stockebrand which traces Judd’s ideas about art […]

Stay Up!

Stay Up, the first book focused on Houston street art/graffiti, by photographer David Elizondo was published on a print-on-demand basis last month. The 160-page tome […]

Border 2010 at UTEP’s Rubin Center

Two photographs hang side by side in a gallery. On the right, in a white frame, is a photo of two little girls in front […]

Fakes fakes fakes!

The federal case between collector Joe Simon and the Andy Warhol Foundation’s Authentication board over Andy’s self portrait was dropped a couple days ago. With […]

Ready Made Africans

Ready Made Africans , a 2006 portfolio of lithographs by Houston artist David McGee is on view in the Menil Collection’s Surrealism galleries. Five portraits […]

NYC vs. Marfa: The Sequel

The last NYC vs. Marfa post was so popular that I decided to try it again. See if you can guess which photos feature Marfa and which […]

Cutler firing hits the media

The case of Christian Cutler,  who resigned under pressure from his post as gallery director at Stephen F. Austin State University after a run-in with […]

Hauser wins Baker scholarship

Brookhaven College student Brian Hauser has won the Dallas Art Dealers Association 2010 Edith Baker Art Scholarship. The DADA Scholarship Committee juried the 14 finalists […]

Similar but Different #11: I am Superman

  In honor of Halloween and my wish to always be SUPER when in reality I remain extra-ordinarily human, I present Similar but Different #11: […]

Sara Sudhoff

At the Hour of Our Death from Mark & Angela Walley on Vimeo.

It’ll scare the Schwitters out of you!

On Friday October 29, the Joanna art space in Houston is holding a Halloween exhibition/event described as "drinks, art (6 artists, mostly good), music, food, […]

Snay: to Snite

Cheryl Snay, associate curator of European Art at the Blanton Museum in Austin, is moving on up to a new position as Curator of European […]

Little Shops of Horrors

We all want our yearly scare in the season of Halloween. I know I do! Unfortunately, because my social life is, has been, and possibly […]

Cathedral of Junk goes legit

Austin artist Vince Hannemann’s embattled Cathderal of Junk was granted a legal building permit after a prining and the closing of visitor access to the […]

Texas Artists Today sign tomorrow

There’s a pre-order party for the upcoming Texas Artists Today book on Thursday October 28, from 6:30-8:30pm at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. The $95 […]

Fort D. A. Russell

  The Chinati Foundation is located on 340 acres of the former Fort D. A. Russell, which closed following World War II in 1946. Barracks, latrines, mess halls, […]

McArdle painting recognized in W VA attic

A 1901 painting by H.A. McArdle depicting the Battle of San Jacinto was found in the attic of a Weston, West Virginia home. Jon Buell, […]

Art class catches on fire at Burnet HS

Monday afternoon, a small fire started at Burnet High School, in Burnet either while an un-named art teacher was melting wax, or because of an […]

Young Holocaust talk

Dr. James Young, an authority on the memorialization of the Holocaust, will give a talk on just that on Tuesday, October 26 at 6:30 pm […]

Barry Horn remembered

Friends and family of Barry T. Horn, slain former director of the Brownsville Museum of Art gathered for a Mass on the anniversary of his […]