Every single dish at this restaurant is an exquisite work of art, including the potatoes and chard sofrito seen below. And eating at this place is akin to making a trip to museum or art gallery -- except that each work of art is meant for you to consume and destroy with rapacious glee. As my dining ... More >>
VIP tickets will be on sale this Monday.Bought your tickets yet for the upcoming Haute Wheels food truck festival? No? Good. Because you'll have an opportunity to purchase heavily discounted VIP tickets for the event, which takes place on May 14 and 15 at the campus of HCC Southwest. The Hous ... More >>
Who's afraid of a little color?
Claire Richards makes art inspired by the cold
Or "How to sit on contemporary art"
Think of it as shopping among friends
The New Gallery presents new artists
Walk this way
Delve into the gallery owners biography and discover how to live an artful life
Learn about the larger-than-life past of Galveston Island's historic downtown district
This art exhibit comes straight from the vaults of Russian museums to downtown Houston
Who am I now?
Photos by Groovehouse / Click here for a slideshowAftermath isn't one so much for biblical allegories generally, but damn if AFI's Davey Havok didn't remind us of Samson on Saturday night at Verizon Wireless Theater. He proved to us exactly what happens when you sacrifice your locks and your pore ... More >>
It happens to the best of us. One minute, you're singing its praises, zealously licking some of its naughty bits not otherwise visible to the sun, offering up your most personal information like free fellatio, and spreading your virtual legs, letting it have its way with you. And sickeningly ... More >>
Joe Lopez says he used to have an inferiority complex. That's hard to believe when you consider that the now outspoken San Antonio-based artist took on the Gallo wine company -- and won! Gallo in English is a family surname. Gallo is Spanish means rooster. Lopez found the rooster image a strong c ... More >>
Photo courtesy Wade Wilson ArtArtist Virgil Grotfeldt died today from cancer. Born in Illinois in 1948, he was part of the Houston art community for many years. "I've always thought of him as a terrific painter, one of the best in the city," longtime friend and HBU Gallery Director Jim Edwards tells ... More >>
Houston-based conceptual artist responds to African immigration in Europe
The Styrobots are coming! The Styrobots are coming!
Judith Cottrell and Alex Lopez explore the purpose of a gallery
ArtStorm presents its second exhibit
New Gallery brings out the good stuff for summer
Rotten Piece performs Thursday, June 28, at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 5216 Montrose, 713-284-8250. TEF, Crawling Iris, Carlos Pozo and Werewolf Jerusalem also perform.
Quebecois artist Diane Landry blows into Rice Gallery
Party like it's...Roman times
Saturday, October 12
"YES YOKO ONO"
March 18 - 24, 1999