By the early 2000s, the artist had become interested in new digital technologies and, making his own contribution to the field, began using a camera of his own invention.
Even in Bryan, TX, where everything is maroon—even here, it's here.
"I think some people are concerned about Diverseworks becoming too much of an institution and I don’t want that to happen."
"Just keep pushing the boundaries of the discipline of art."
GOURDS!! And punk's not dead. And despite appearances to the contrary, Christina and Rainey are not on safari.
The cities and neighborhoods within these drawings seem to have sprung full grown from House’s larger-than-life cranium, like Athena from the head of Zeus.
I feel for anyone who wants to write for a living and won’t get to do so in an office with other editors and writers.
Like the name suggests, 'America Sneezes' brings together two themes: America and abjection.
A more careful curator’s hand might have helped define the transition between these very different kinds of photos Scheidemann presents; it’s a wonder that they’re coming from the same head space.
The wunderkammers we experience in museums today are less about the objects they contain, and are more exhibits about exhibiting, displays about display.
Christina and Rainey are relieved it's not all about luxury goods this week.
"Well, I decided to have really nice cars rather than children."
For Eric Zimmerman's solo show at Art Palace in Houston, the artist's choices reverberate with and contemplate the relentless course of history.
In 1988, and an art-appreciation class introduced me to Chris Burden along with the idea that a person would have himself shot or crucified or potentially electrocuted to death for the sake of art.
A 90 year-old artist who says he is telekinetic: the work is not only not cheesy but wholly convincing.
The outgoing director of Lawndale Art Center discusses the Houston art scene, past and present.
Christina and Rainey are heavy on the sci-fi and naked ladies this week.
Over the past several years, Górowska has set about to remake some of Francesca Woodman’s weirdest atmospheric images as short performances documented on video.
A brief meditation on the size of Texas and the variety of people and concerns as it relates to art communities, cross-pollination, and even Glasstire.
The MFAH's landmark exhibition assembles conceptual Japanese photo-based art from the late-60s and 70s previously unseen in this country.