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Baroque masterpieces, including newly-conserved, never befor eseen mural-sized paintings by Antonio de Torres (1667-1731), part of a cycle depicting the childhood of Christ; two monumental [...]
New fired pigment on aluminum paintings.
Robinson is a pioneer in the revival of handmade paper.
The Grand Opening of Cris Worley’s new exhibition space at 1415 Slocum Street, Suite 104. Sherman is known for his large-scale acrylic and marker canvases [...]
Large-scale drawings and new sculptural glass works, including an installation of tongues.
Barbee’s discovery of the wonderfully weird island of Galveston, a mosquito infested sandbar home to rich histories, and an inventive, resourceful population.
Pop surrealism by Tuff Town, “a collaboration of like minded individuals with an unrealistic goal of world domination”.
The inaugural exhibition at Shelton’s new location in Houston features works by Jessica Halonen, Leigh Anne Lester, Margaret Meehan, Kelly O’Connor, James Smolleck, Vincent Valdez [...]
Marfa AAF: Postwar Art Conservation and Installation was a graduate studio in Fall 2011 at the Princeton University School of Architecture. Marfa AAF explores the [...]
In honor of John Cage’s 100th birthday, the World Listening Project is coordinating performances of 4’33″ around the world. In Marfa, it a community event, [...]
Ron Cheek is a contemporary representational painter who focuses on figurative and still-life subjects. Although contemporary in subject matter, his paintings reflect the sensibility of [...]
Original prints by all of the important artists of the movement: Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali, Max Ernst and others, organized by art services [...]
Art illustrating twelve stories by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges, curated by Jorge J.E. Gracia and organized by the University at Buffalo.