The Bigger the Better: Billboard Art by Glasstire March 16, 2017 FacebookTwitterEmail Sometimes museums use billboards to advertise art, and sometimes billboards are the art: Blanton Museum of Art Blanton Museum of Art Marilyn Minter at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston Ron Mueck at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Felix Gonzalez-Torres The Art Guys for Absolut Vodka Jennifer Bolande Jamal Cyrus for Art Blocks Jenny Holzer Karyn Olivier for Creative Time Daniel R. Small for the The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project Art Everywhere Kay Rosen for the I-70 Sign Show 1 comment You may also like Pushing Boundaries and Expanding Abstraction at the Blanton October 19, 2020 Edgar Degas on the Eve of The Election November 7, 2016 Artists Discover Israel Exhibition and Are Urged to... June 13, 2014 Jae Ko’s ‘flow’ at The Contemporary Art Museum,... July 15, 2016 Art-Loving Foodies: Eat and Learn at the MFAH June 9, 2015 MFAH Announces its Jewish Film Festival Schedule February 15, 2017 This and That: Ellsworth Kelly and a Tex-Mex... June 11, 2018 Houston Artist Jamal Cyrus Shortlisted for BMW Art... December 12, 2017 Project Row Houses Turns Twenty: BLOCK PARTY! October 3, 2013 “Hieroglyphs,” Linda Pace Foundation January 24, 2013 1 comment carolyn March 19, 2017 - 11:20 Thank you; made my morning. Can’t resist offering: https://s16-us2.ixquick.com/cgi-bin/serveimage?url=http:%2F%2Fwww.makeartwithpurpose.net%2Fimgs%2Fprojects%2FMAP_billboard_1.jpg&sp=3acabafa51e37259148fc870a7296122 – by Jin-ya Huang and Thania Dominguez McElory via Make Art with Purpose (for more from the same project, see http://www.makeartwithpurpose.net/projects.php?id=40# .) “Light Criticsm” by Steve Lambert (the Anti-Advertising Agency) with Evan Roth and James Powderly of the Graffiti Research Lab is another favorite in the billboard category: https://vimeo.com/14050409 . Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.