In his Songs of Innocence and of Experience, poet William Blake eloquently illustrated the significance of memory and experience on one’s perception of the world […]
Author: Terry Mahaffey
Terry Mahaffey is an independent writer living in Houston. He received an MLA in Art History from the University of St. Thomas in 2010.
As part of the meticulously curated Menil exhibition Experiments with Truth: Gandhi and Images of Nonviolence, five animated short films from William Kentridge’s Drawings for […]
Gazing at Tom Molloy’s installation, currently on view at Lora Reynolds Gallery in Austin, one is quickly struck by the artist’s authoritative draftsmanship, as he […]
During a 2012 visit to Leipzig, Germany, a sister city to Houston, gallerist Kerry Inman visited the Spinnerei– a 19th-century factory that has been repurposed […]
South Korean-born artist Soo Sunny Park has filled the Rice Gallery with an elaborate material world, with which she intends to show us the immaterial. […]
In light of Houston’s apparent difficulty with the nexus of trees and art, it was refreshing to attend a timely and thought-provoking performance-art event involving […]