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2005 Stories by Kelly Klaasmeyer

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  • "Double" Vision

    published March 3, 2005

    Attention, white America: Adrian Piper is not going to cut you any slack. In her 1988 video Cornered, Piper presents a brilliant,... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published March 3, 2005

    "Ant Farm 1968-78" Most Houstonians know the art/architectural collective Ant Farm because of its prominent Texas work, the 1974... More >>

  • In Place

    published February 24, 2005

    Have you ever walked into an empty building and felt that it was haunted -- not that it was full of horror-movie ghosts, but that it was somehow... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published February 24, 2005

    "Ant Farm 1968-78" Most Houstonians know the art/architectural collective Ant Farm because of its prominent Texas work, the 1974... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published February 17, 2005

    "Ann Stautberg" Ann Stautberg is best known for her large-scale, Gulf Coast-centric images. But her work has shifted over the last couple... More >>

  • Preserving Hair-itage

    published February 10, 2005

    In the late '50s and early '60s, a foreign plague threatened to wipe out an integral part of Nigeria's indigenous culture: Nigerian women started... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published February 10, 2005

    "Color" If you were around in the '80s and looking at art, you probably remember Peter Halley. His Celotex-covered, fluorescent work was... More >>

  • Good Morning, America

    published February 3, 2005

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  • Capsule Reviews

    published February 3, 2005

    "David Fulton: New Work" David Fulton snakes loose fluid lines of watery acrylic over black and gray grounds. They build up and overlap,... More >>

  • Trading Passions

    published January 27, 2005

    For "David Fulton: New Work" and "John Hathorn: Correspondences," both on view at New Gallery, a sculptor has made paintings and a... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published January 27, 2005

    "Color" If you were around in the '80s and looking at art, you probably remember Peter Halley. His Celotex-covered, fluorescent work was... More >>

  • Where the Art Is

    published January 20, 2005

    Looking like some sort of fundamentalist-Christian terrorist, a young man wears a ski mask and poses next to an overdecorated Christmas tree. The... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published January 20, 2005

    "Jesús-Rafael Soto" Jesús-Rafael Soto's work isn't technically kinetic, but it can certainly make the viewer kinetic. It gets you circling, crouchi... More >>

  • Low-Tech Industry

    published January 13, 2005

    Jesús-Rafael Soto's work isn't technically kinetic, but it certainly can make the viewer kinetic. It gets you circling, crouching, standing, doing a bo... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published January 13, 2005

    "Erika Blumenfeld: Inconstant Moon" Try peering into the nocturnal skies over our fair city. You will discover, as any telescope owner in... More >>

  • Drawn Together

    published January 6, 2005

    Making art can be pretty lonely -- just you, your raw materials and your amorphous ideas. That isolation may be one reason artists collaborate... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published January 6, 2005

    "Hyper'real'ism: Fellowship Series VI" Bill Davenport has been making a lot of quirky trompe l'oeil paintings of late, but with Dark... More >>

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