At the Menil, Richard Serra masterfully uses simple materials to alter the world around us.
The International House of Crappy SculptureJust getting back into the swing of things after a weekend wedding in San Antonio. The wedding actually took place on the Riverwalk, marking the first time I've ever done anything sober on the Riverwalk other than "walking to the place where I'm havi ... More >>
Actually, it's pretty easy being green
Photo by Paula BeltránRachel Snow, Geneva Gordon, Yvette Nguyen (L-R) at the tryoutsThe Rockets Power Dancer final auditions were in full swing Tuesday night: oh the glamour, the perfectly-sculpted legs ... the NASA engineer adjusting her hot shorts?Yup."I'm an engineer at NASA, so when I'm not ... More >>
G Gallery introduces the University of Houston's new art professors
The Art Car Museum boasts the Lone Stars best
Have dinner for two in Kevin Currys sheltering sculpture NIMBY
Midtown has an art double-header
Sculptor connects with Objects of Ritual
A picture of our opinions on local exhibitions
Randy Twaddle's work is both politically charged and successful
Luca Buvoli achieves liftoff in two flying exhibits
Dario Robleto makes art of war
Phoebe Washburn rides into Rice Gallery on a cardboard wave
Tiffany & Co.
Colonel Mustard's been cleared. How about the contractor in the tanning salon?
The reverence surrounding Twombly's sculpture exhibit at the Menil inspires little more than weariness
There's nothing flaccid about the Omni's lawn
(Houston Sculpture 2000)
Drive By Dancing
May 20 - 26, 1999
Luis Jimenez approaches the intangible by depicting the flesh
Houston artist Bert Long returned home from Spain, only to find he had no home
Houston sculptor David Adickes has one message for the art world: large is good
With his poetic kitsch gods, Paul Kittelson is one of Houston's most important artists
Why is this winsome public sculpture, created by Mount Rushmore's sculptor, languishing in disrepair? And where is her arm?