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Dia De Los Muertos, Seven Days Series, 2003 Photograph, Digital print, 48" x 60", Edition of 6, Image courtesy of Ruiz-Healy Ar

Flying Around In The Rain (for Chuck Ramirez)

Just days after Chuck Ramirez’s death in early November 2010, Glasstire approached me to write a remembrance of him. My first impulse was that this […]

Artists Take Over Neiman Marcus’s Windows

As part of the 2011 Dallas Art Fair, artists will invade the downtown Neiman Marcus, creating installations in seven windows.  Will the results be exciting, […]

Menil Neighborhood Organization 3rd Community Arts Festival

Fun! fun! fun! in the serene Menil neighborhood as the Menil Neighborhood Association hosts its third annual community day on Saturady, April 2 from 11-5. […]

What by Whatever Works

A lot of people claim to look at the glass as half-full. What you don’t hear is crowing about the half-empty glass. But with the […]

MFAH gets 12 more Turrell light pieces

The Museum of fine Arts Houston has announced the acquisition of a dozen more James Turrell light sculptures, selected by the artist museum staff, and […]

Chaw Ei Thein

The Ten List: Radical Tenderness

  In a 2006 interview with Nancy Spector, Marina Abramović told the story of a Tibetan devotional tradition in which a worshipper uses a mold […]

An oral history of African American Architects in Dallas

The Dallas Architecture Forum presents “African American Architects in Dallas: Past Present Future”, on Saturday, March 26, 11:30am-4:30pm at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Admission, as […]

Black artists talk at the MAC

Texas artists Jean Lacy, Angelbert Metoyer, Robert Pruitt, curator Phillip E. Collins, and moderator Rosalyn Story get together at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary in Dallas […]

D. Berman Wimberly fest

D. Berman gallery has rusticated itself and is opening it’s new Wimberly location with hoopla and fanfare on Saturday, March 26 from 4-7pm with a […]

Fax Art for Japan

XYZ Collective, a new artist-run space in Tokyo, is holding a benefit show for the Japanese Red Cross. For FAXINATION JAPAN, artists from all over […]

San Antonio Needs Directors

Not only is ArtPace looking for a replacement for the recently departed Matthew Drutt, we hear the San Antonio Museum of Art is also on […]

ARTroduction to Austin

Morgan Graff’s “Strides,” a collection of nearly 40 glass spheres containing images of the history of the Hanger Orthopedic Group will be unveiled on Wednesday […]