Take a break from the blockbusters.
To be sure, Steve Olson is the modern equivalent of a renaissance man with a street edge: he is a man of action, not bulky proclamations, weak dribbling philosophy or crimped visions. He steadfastly helped revolutionize skateboarding in the late 1970s, brainstormed the clothing line SOS, was cast in ... More >>
Eight sculptures by eight artists in the Heights.
Houston museums should display some Houston art.
This CAMH show features plenty of good work, but it's not all worth the effort.
Michael Crowder gets ghostly with glass and paints the gallery blue
Internet content is the "found object" of the 21st century.
Art sampler from the movie vaults
Houston artist Dale Stewart died Monday at age 34. He was brilliant, and he was my friend for more than two years.Dale was fascinated by the world, and that made him a fascinating person. His obsessions were too many to count. He loved his family, adored his little girls Anna and Kate beyond all mea ... More >>
"Found Materials" offer more than meets the eye at HCCC
For alumni of America's most prestigious film festival, winning is less than half the battle.
Randy Twaddle's work is both politically charged and successful
Wood searches for the naked truth with Suchu Dance
Lee Mingwei's high-concept art arrives at the Rice University Art Gallery
Sushi via the U.S. mail? Velveeta boxes affixed with stamps? To Beth Jacobs, it's all art.
February 11 - 17, 1999
Dorothy Hood has three -- count 'em, three -- shows concurrently. And it's not enough.
Sculptor Williams has a Monkey on his back
Dominique de Menil did what she pleased. Thank God.
Mark Lombardi finds art in the ties that bind
A stroll down Colquitt takes you to the heart of Houston art
For collectors Bob and Nancy Mollers, there's no place like home
The Art Guys prove naturals at acting dumb
The Art Guys' cute mockery -- and at the other extreme, West End's completely "Anonymous" show