Critics’ darling Nolan is back with speakers, exposed wiring, chipboard and other “discarded cultural artifacts and everyday materials.”
Author: Rainey Knudson
Rainey Knudson is the founder and director of Glasstire. After working on a print magazine about Texas art, Knudson launched Glasstire in 2001 as one of the earliest web-only arts journals in the country. Since then, she has built the organization into a regional arts journalism leader that launched a second site, in Southern California, in 2012. She has spoken or written about arts journalism at Emory University, the USC Annenberg School, the National Endowment for the Arts, and other places. She has an undergraduate degree in literature from Rice University and an MBA in entrepreneurship from the University of Texas at Austin. She lives in Houston.
In collaboration with regional air museums, The Blue Yonder highlights the aesthetics of flight through various artifacts and the work of artists inspired by them.
Check out works by Rosemary Cantu, Sonya Berg, Jorge Javier Lopez, and Justin Varner in K Space Contemporary’s new exhibition Fear & Loathing. This exhibition features [...]
Shows all over, tons to do!
We typically don’t post fundraisers (except our own, which we flog shamelessly), but this one in support of Casa Chuck deserves mention. The home of [...]
Celebrating Contemporary Art Month, the 2011 Art in the Garden installation features artists from The Texas Sculptors Group and is curated by Lilly Wei. The [...]
Joan Grona Gallery presents a new series of paintings by J. Derrick Durham that focus on the relationship between transit and memory through the nexus [...]
Three Walls presents an exhibition by San Antonio artist Wesley Harvey entitled kissed again. Harvey continues his investigation of collage on ceramics by appropriating homoerotic [...]
Photo collages. Extremely nice work from this Reykjavík-via-Los-Angeles artist.
Everyone you know. Naked.
Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA) celebrates the seventeenth-century feminist poet and playwright, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. The exhibition features works [...]
The National MS Society: Lone Star unveils ART BIKE 2011, a month-long art installation of fifteen uniquely-designed bicycles created by Houston artists. Art Bike artists [...]
Redbud Gallery presents Fractured Myth, an exhibition of paintings by Dallas artist Bill Komodore, a Professor of Art at SMU since 1989. Some of the [...]
The Johnsons are showing approximately 75 paintings, drawings and more at G Gallery. Lubbock legend/irascible character James has shown in Houston over 20 years and [...]
Kelly Moran exhibits inkjet, collage and lino cut prints in the exhibition American Dreamer. Moran uses found and altered vintage, cartoon-like images, mostly of male [...]
The Menil Collection presents The Whole World Was Watching, a selection of works from a gift of more than 200 Civil Rights-era photographs from Edmund [...]
Koelsch Gallery presents a group show featuring Texas-themed art. The line-up includes Camp Bosworth (exhibiting a carved wooden sculpture of a gun that folds out [...]
SKYDIVE unleashes NEW SOME, an exhibition and performance by New York artist Man Bartlett. For his Texas debut, Bartlett exhibits a selection of his drawings [...]
Check out Olagunju‘s MFA Thesis Exhibition at TCU.
The annual Texas Regionalism Symposium from the Dallas Architecture Forum this year will address how African-American architects shaped the city in the 20th century. Morning [...]