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Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s

Those of us who came of age in the ‘80s walk into the show with a sometimes dread-inducing association with that time, but walk out feeling at least a little better about this uneven and unsettling moment in recent art history.
Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s

TX Contemporary Cycle-O-Rama

The fall art season is cranking up: tasty new shows and events beckon from every side like the nozzles at a frozen yogurt bar —and the gummy worms on top were the 56 booths at this years' early edition of the Texas Contemporary Art Fair.
TX Contemporary Cycle-O-Rama

Truffaut’s ‘Boyhood’

It’s nice timing that the MFAH’s “Truffaut: On Childhood” series has arrived on the heels of Richard Linklater’s recent coming-of-age film, Boyhood.
Truffaut’s ‘Boyhood’

Old Times on the Island

After the beach, old times are Galveston's main attraction. Tintypes and a new Wild West Village pull visitors back into the 19th century, sort of.
Old Times on the Island

The Fall Weather Report for DFW

The intensity and ego-wrangling within art collectives makes them nearly impossible to sustain for very long, so the loss of Homecoming as we know it comes as no surprise.
The Fall Weather Report for DFW