Concrete and paint become cheery symbols in this gallery exhibition.
This smorgasbord at Blaffer contextualizes food and the act of eating.
Francesca Fuchs makes paintings of everything around her including other peoples art.
Beachcomber art from High Island to the Brazos River makes for a fascinating display with intriguing back stories.
McClain Gallery presents a cavalcade of Houston painting.
"Hideouts" by J. Hill, 2008, Evergreen Museum, John Hopkins University, BaltimoreHouston's branch of Artadia, an organization that promotes local artists with cash, has announced its 2010 awardees. Among the seven winners is visual artist J. Hill of the Glassell School of Art, who received a $15, ... More >>
As Lawndale reaches maturity, the Houston art community waxes nostalgic.
Apama Mackey soldiers on.
Two artists purge their crap, just in time for holiday shopping
Texas artists make retablos art
Our favorite Houston-based, Texas-wide, online visual arts journal has finally made good on its promise to slip into something a little more comfortable. You can check out the new Glasstire here. New tweaks include a comments section for reviews and a new blog by Bill Davenport, both of which sho ... More >>
Bill Davenport unleashes his inner goofball at Inman Gallery
DiverseWorks surveys Texas painting -- good and not-so-good
Francesca Fuchs paints striking portraits, drawing upon photos of her subjects
ArtScan and Inman galleries look for art in the ordinary
The Sweet Girls pretend to be bad and try to be good, but Houston's newest social club fails at both
Foreign students at the Glassell School of Art get a stipend, studio space and three years to make it really big. They've had a huge impact on Houston's art scene. But if the INS isn't impressed, they've got to go.
Crocheted, stitched or etched in Sheetrock, sculpture assumes new identities in current shows
Do you have to play golf or be a man to get into the Whitney Biennial?
Is Bill Davenport's art stupid? Yeah. Brilliant? That, too.
New micro-galleries may go for the small and the stupid, but hey, they're still a breath of fresh air
Two exhibits delve into the size and terror of the human condition
At Lawndale's "Big Show," the artists get lost in the "grid"