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18 area artists repurpose commonplace objects like car tires, metal Band-Aid boxes, fossilized birds and Christmas trees wraps into art.
An in-progress showing of dramatic movement based on the poetry of Austin-based poet Kimberly Alidio hich explores bodies crossing borders and our relationship to Central [...]
15 paintings by North Carolina artist Page Laughlin based on photographs of luxury living spaces from magazines such as Architectural Digest and House Beautiful.
“Elephant in the room is about reverence, melancholy, celebration, and feedback loops. The mind and the spirit come up with ways to fill empty space [...]
The first ever authorized DVD of Andy Warhol’s films, complete with newly commissioned soundtracks from The Andy Warhol Museum screened at noon in response to [...]
The Menil Collection, Houston and Dia Art Foundation will present a public program in memory of Cy Twombly, who died in Rome on July 5. [...]
Mining the Menil Collection’s archives, curator Michelle White showcases rarely exhibited drawings by artists who largely had no contact with the mainstream art world.
A comprehensive exhibition of paintings by Norman Bluhm from the mid 1960s to the mid 1970s, when he moved on from his own Abstract Expressionist [...]
The MAC has teamed up with Mercantile Coffee House to support emerging talent: Henderson’s paintings, inspired by nature, anthropology, philosophy and linguistics, manage to elicit [...]
A collection of sound pieces Cardiff and Miller’s Dreams-Telephone Series (2008-2010). In these works, chunky black vintage phones serve as the vehicles for a recording [...]
San Antonio artist Justin Boyd creates a multimedia installation to evoke the essence of the American experience.
Featuring Marcelyn McNeil, Shane Tolbert, Chris Akin, Pat Colville, Jane Eifler, Michael Kennaugh, Matt Magee, and Bob Russell
Pomerol, Herzog & de Meuron by Paris-based filmmakers Ila Beka and Louise Lemoine takes us to the party atmosphere of mealtime among the grape-pickers in [...]
Mixed-media sculptor Kevin Titzer scavenges found wood, tin, hair, geegaws, doodads, springs, scraps, and trash to create vignettes of macabre little figures.
Abby Lee’s Studio G at Commerce St. will unveil the results of its recent Graffiti Free For All this Saturday with- More graffiti! Live graffiti [...]
Serious art about books in a downtown bank lobby. Organized by Kinzelman Art Consulting. Featuring works by Conrad Bakker, Daniela Comani, Ann Hamilton, Darryl Lauster, [...]