<i>Heist in the Heights</i>

Photo courtesy of Clarke & Associates


Past Event

Location Info:

Clarke & Associates
301 E. 11th St.
Houston, Texas  77008
Rest assured, no homeowners were harmed during the hijacking of this art. Heist in the Heights is actually a super-catchy title for the unveiling of privately owned works that are entering the after-market because of right-sizing or moving away. The organizers are being very hush-hush about the who’s who of famous artists, but it will all be revealed at the big voilà event on Saturday. One of the curators, Linda Clarke, tells us it’s an eclectic array of objects — “There should be something for everyone” — and collectors will find the artworks affordable. Clarke’s fellow curators are Thomas Mason, Gus Kopriva and Heidi Vaughan, so expect more than a few “wow” pieces, ranging from archaeological objects to ultra-contemporary.

Noon to 10 p.m. August 5. Continuing Noon to 5 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. August 6-26. Clarke & Associates, 301 East 11th. For information, call 713-254-2998 or visit clarkeassoc.com. Free.

Clarke and Associates and Vaughan Mason Fine Art and Antiques present Heist in the Heights, Art and Design from Private Houston Collections, a month-long sales event featuring works from exclusive private collectors. Opening August 5, from noon to 10 pm at Clarke and Associates, 301 E. 11th Street in the Heights, the event is a special opportunity to acquire select art and design objects from the Houston secondary market. Heist in the Heights is open every Friday and Saturday through August 26 from noon to 5 pm, and by appointment. The sale features a range of works from 20th Century and Contemporary art, significant Midcentury Modern design pieces, Art Nouveau objects including Tiffany lamps, and other extraordinary finds. Curated by Thomas Mason, Linda Clarke, Gus Kopriva, and Heidi Vaughan.


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