Photos courtesy Blue Note/EMI North AmericaJazz pianist Jason Moran thought he'd vary the routine for recording his latest album, Ten. Usually, Moran and his bandmates would be at the studio by 10 a.m. -"That's really early for jazz musicians," he jokes - and work through the day. This time ... More >>
They'd just as soon give us a miss.
The MFAH showcases an artist of limited talents
The influential artist Maripol exposes the see-and-be-seeners of New Yorks 80s underground art world
True or false? This heist flick is too much fun to fact-check
Beats of Basquiat: The Final Chapter
Mel Chin brings his art -- and his convictions -- to The Station
Hip-hop's co-founder is back in a Flash
The MFAH highlights 1980s art-world sensation Basquiat
Saturday, December 17, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 5601 Main, 713-639-7300.
Tom Burckhardt creates an amazing cardboard atelier
Jessica Stockholder has been pumping out fascinating work for years. So what's new?
When does idiosyncrasy stop being idiosyncratic?
David McGee's works riff on one another, like a certain musical genre
The natural science museum sheds its stuffy image
The right pals send a photographer down the right path
Before Night Falls recounts an imprisoned Cuban writer's struggle to keep his voice alive
Houston's Jason Moran applies jazz knowledge on national debut
May 13-19, 1999
February 25 - March 3, 1999
After all the hoopla, one has to ask: Is Cy Twombly worth it?