Hong Kong to Beijing: an Art Fair, Ai Weiwei’s Complex, Monolithic Skyscrapers, the Forbidden City, and More!
By Joshua Fischer on July 7, 2013
Thanks to Rice University’s Chao Center for Asian Studies, who Rice Gallery is working with for an upcoming conference in Spring 2014, I was able to […]
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By Lucia Simek on September 30, 2011
It’s State Fair time again. I haven’t been in nearly a decade, but I’ve promised my small people I’ll go this year. I look forward […]
Posted in Blog, Shelf Life, Uncategorized | Tagged claes oldenburg, elizabeth crawford, janine antoni, jeff kooks, lindee climo, margaret meehan, martin paar, neo rauch, peter saul, Rebecca Warren, state fair, texas state fair, william eggleston | Leave a response