look at the blinds and feeders of "Buster Graybill: Feral."
Tony Feher turns the debris stream of daily life into art at the reopened Blaffer Art Museum.
McClain Gallery presents a cavalcade of Houston painting.
This CAMH show features plenty of good work, but it's not all worth the effort.
An exhibit at the Menil shows familiar artists in a new way
Pompeo Batoni: Prince of Painters in Eighteenth-Century Rome," "Traci Matlock and Ashley Maclean: The Much-To-Consider Season," "Will Boone: A Man's House Is His Coffin"
The CAMH hosts an engaging, sometimes exasperating show
An art world mecca -- and a small town
The Art Guys share 25 years of "drawings, proposals, failed schemes and pipe dreams"
It's time for Lynda Benglis to become cool again
The CAMH remembers the work of a late Houston sculptor
A Prada "store" comes to West Texas, only to be vandalized
Manifest your destiny in Marfa
The CAM comes up with a dynamic exploration of art on the edge
Donald Judd proves there's life after bad painting
Christian Eckart takes minimalism out of the office lobby
The Hyde Park Miniature Museum has been dredged out of mothballs, but will it find a permanent home before time runs out?
Darryl Lauster's resin antiques replicas take the art-versus-craft debate to a new level
Brooke Stroud repackages consumer goods into minimalist works of art
February 25 - March 3, 1999
November 19 - 25, 1998
"Art and Architecture" was held in the desert, but the subject was hardly dry