William Sarradet and Brandon Zech discuss memorable art happenings from 2021.
“One of the things that we haven’t seen this year, that I really thought we might, is the closing of smaller nonprofits and smaller galleries.”
If you enjoy Glasstire and would like to support our work, please consider donating. As a nonprofit, all of the money we receive goes back into our coverage of Texas art. You can make a one-time donation or become a sustaining, monthly donor here.
—Glasstire: Glasstire’s Best of 2021
—Glasstire: Our Favorite Art Books of the Year
—Glasstire: Glasstire’s Top Ten Stories of 2021
—Glasstire: Art Dirt: Exploring the Metaverse + the “Disneyfication” of Notre Dame
—Glasstire: Houston’s Orange Show Announces Major Expansion
—Glasstire: New Arts Building at Rice University to be Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro; Named Sarofim Hall
—Glasstire: Women & Their Work Reopens New Building With Group Exhibition
—Glasstire: UTSA Aims to Add Southwest School of Art to its Downtown Footprint in Intended Merger
—Glasstire: Art Dirt: Exploring ALMAAHH, a Houston Complex for Latinx Cultural and Visual Arts
—Glasstire: Always Square: An Afternoon With Yasuyo Maruyama and Suguru Hiraide
—Glasstire: Dice Games in the Desert: Chinati Weekend in Marfa
—Glasstire: Art Dirt: What are NFTs and how did one sell for $69 million?
—Glasstire: Art Dirt: NFTs: Where are they now?