Author: Kelly Klaasmeyer

http://kellyklaasmeyer.com

Kelly Klaasmeyer, a former editor of Glasstire, is an artist and writer. She was selected as a Fellow for the 2009 USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program and was the recipient of a 2009 Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. She lives in Houston for the fresh air and Alpine scenery.

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CAMH’s 2011 “Year of the Guy” ends

  Last Friday night, “The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991 opened at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. In it were […]

The Guerrilla Girls, "The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist," 1998, poster

Stuff to See: Holiday Edition, Part II

More highlights from what’s up around town right now. Check out these shows as you do your holiday shopping, or do your holiday shopping at […]

Andrew Masullo, 5167

Stuff to See: Holiday Edition, Part I

There’s a lot of art out there now but here’s a quick overview of the good, the great, and the pretty darn respectable on view in […]

Stuff to See: Holiday Edition, Part I

Houston Fine Art Fair: Sneak Preview

Houston’s first art fair opens tonight from 6-9 with a $100 a ticket fundraiser benefiting the Core Program. I swung by the George R. Brown […]

More mystery art!

Dallas Art Fair(s)

Last week I wrote about Houston’s dueling art fairs coming up this fall.  Scheduled one month apart, each has a New York area organizer. It […]

Dallas Art Fair(s)

Michael Guidry at the Galveston Art Center

I love Galveston. But, like Houston, it’s an acquired taste. It’s got lovely old buildings in various states of decay interspersed with not-so-lovely and downright […]

Michael Guidry at the Galveston Art Center

They shoot curators, don’t they?

Two Friday’s ago the Texas Biennial hosted a Curator’s Meeting in Austin. The event, supported by the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Linda […]

They shoot curators, don’t they?

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, […]

Artists Take Over Neiman Marcus’s Windows

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 […]

Fax Art for Japan

Stuff to See: Leprous Art

I don’t know how this stuff gets out into the collective creative unconscious but I think I like it. Adam Silverman’s amazing pottery at Peel […]

Stuff to See: Leprous Art

Tolerating “Tolerance”

Am I intolerant if I don’t like Tolerance? Houston’s new public artwork by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa was unveiled last week in a ceremony that […]

Tolerating “Tolerance”

Et in Kinkadia Ego

Patricia Hernandez’s Parody of Light opened last Friday at DiverseWorks. The show, an elaborate Thomas Kinkade spoof, got a ton of advance press, including a […]

Et in Kinkadia Ego