Dâm-Funk Museum of Fine Arts, Houston January 31, 2014 A museum by its very definition is a building in which objects of historical, scientific, artistic or cultural interest are stored and exhibited. Our very own Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has an impressive track record of doing just that, comb ... More >>
Rewind: Squeezing the Lemon: Led Zeppelin & the 10 Most Shocking Rock and Roll Reunions This week we all saw the trailer to Led Zeppelin: Celebration Day, the concert film shot at Led Zeppelin's 2007 reunion show in honor of Atlantic Records impresario Ahmet Ertegun. The film will be playing in t ... More >>
Alex "Pr!mo" Luster got himself a documentary from the street art life.
Photo by Monica FuentesSplash town: A statement of artistic or political principles?Since 2008, commuters coming off the Southwest Freeway have been met by a large mural version of Shepard Fairey's "Hope" poster of Barack Obama. It adorns a shop, across the street from the Breakfast Klub, th ... More >>
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Photo by fletcherwarrenAnyone who drives by the Breakfast Klub can see a giant version for free, but the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is one of the institutions that has purchased a print of the famous Shepard Fairey "Hope" illustration of Barack Obama.The MFAH has also purchased a print of the ori ... More >>
Contemporary Arabic artists draw on the traditions of their homeland
Texas artists examine the 2008 race for the presidency at the Deborah Colton Gallery
Cover up in style
Hey you! Yeah, you, the one with the bandana around your neck. You should take that thing off and actually do something creative with it. Why? So you can be part of Bomit’s “Bandana Art Show” and display your work alongside the likes of national artists such as Shepard Fairey, Logan Hicks, Ro ... More >>
Getting Up is a flawed but fascinating ode to graffiti's early years