Les Blank’s great, hour-long 1978 film will be screened in Houston on Saturday, followed by hot food and even hotter live music.
Poised between activism and documentary, Frazier's photographs at the CAMH compel witnessing, not just watching.
On Wednesday night, Peter Doroshenko, director of the Dallas Contemporary, talked to approximately forty eager art world types. "Anything is possible," he said, "You are the only roadblock."
Some oldies, some goodies, and some others at Big Medium.
Mayor Parker did her bit, flanked by "Houston is Inspired" placards which kept blowing over in the breeze.
I'm afraid it's more group shows, but maybe the next big trawl will haul in some treasure.
The big problem with a lot of computer art people is that they don't understand aesthetics; they just have shitty taste. I'm pro-beauty. I'm on the Dave Hickey team.
The Conversation is Global, But the Talk is Personal: Interview with TX 13 Curator René Paul Barilleaux
Across the globe, there is a sameness to art.
If the 2011 Biennial was, as some claimed, too slick and shiny, the massed works by the 2013 juried artists counter with a rumbling texture reminiscent of worsted wool.
First generation conceptual artist Tom Marioni talks about relational aesthetics, beer as America's sacramental wine, and the cyclical nature of fame in our latest video.
For all of its muted simplicity, Glass’ Am I still Ill, isn’t really quiet, just as the bright Safe Room itself, flooded with natural light and painted a pure and clarifying white, isn’t really pristine.
Not-to-miss shows for the second week of the fall art season.
Burlesque fans, historians, and practitioners will find much to wax nostalgic about in these vintage pictures, but they only succeed as art when reflected in the intense psychological mirror of the works by Allen and Walton.
As the dog days wane, Glasstire contributors eye the coming artworld onslaught: fill your gas tank, charge your phone and bring plenty of drinking water.
No alcohol, and no shoe-throwing: eighteen sweaty people listened as Geoff Hippenstiel talked teaching at the first Narrative Process at Alabama Song.
In the small West Texas town of Stamford, artist Johnny Anders has been able to successfully bridge the sometimes conflictual worlds of art and institutional bureaucracy. He does so by being the mayor.
Some weeks, in the sun-beat end of the Texas summer, you can count really good shows on one hand, with some fingers left over to scratch. But this week, the drought is over.
Feral hogs nudging and nosing constructivist sculptures as if they were ponderous smartphones for creatures lacking fine manipulative skills.
The film’s succession of vignettes—from bar conversations to poetic studies of Vienna, great works of art, and museum visitors—is a deftly constructed story of the connections of strangers and a sublime rumination on life and art.
The Texas Biennial's Greatest Hits show opened yesterday at Big Medium in Austin. Glasstire was there, and If you were watching our Instagram feed last night, this is what you would have seen.