Brandon Zech and Christina Rees on the life and work of The Art Guys, a collaborative duo comprised of Jack Massing and Michael Galbreth.
“I don’t think that everything The Art Guys did was fun and kind and gentle. I think there could be some nihilism and anger behind some of the work, and that’s one of the things that makes it complicated and resonant.”
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Influential Houston Artist and “Art Guy” Michael Galbreth, 1956-2019
Pay Attention: What I Learned from Michael Galbreth
Michael Galbreth’s writing on Glasstire
$2.8 Million Public Artwork by The Art Guys put on Hold
What’s in a Handshake? The Art Guys Agree On Painting, Again
The Art Guys vs. Little York: The Longest Street in Houston
The Art Guys: Dead Serious
Art Guys to Defend Bigger-in-Texas Status Against Ambitious Greeks
Art Guys Colossi Under New Mangement- Upgrades in Progress!
2013 Will Be The Year of the Art Guys: 30 Years Celebrated in only 12 Events!
Tire Iron 23: The Art Guys SUITS
The Art Guys’ Website
Regionalism in the 21st Century: a Panel Discussion
Collision: A Conversation With Pete Gershon About His New Book on Houston’s Art History
Art Dirt: Pete Gershon and Houston’s Wild Art History
The Black Guys: Dish it Out