The multifaceted show at the Menil, curated by Toby Kamps, offers an overabundance of riches.
Moving photos at The Menil Collection make us yearn for more.
This CAMH show features plenty of good work, but not much connects it together.
John Wood and Paul Harrison bring low-key absurdity to the CAMH.
"Hideouts" by J. Hill, 2008, Evergreen Museum, John Hopkins University, BaltimoreHouston's branch of Artadia, an organization that promotes local artists with cash, has announced its 2010 awardees. Among the seven winners is visual artist J. Hill of the Glassell School of Art, who received a $15, ... More >>
Hot on the heels of their recent marriage to a tree, The Art Guys (Jack Massing and Michael Galbreth) unveiled their new DVD last Thursday at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The two-DVD set, titled Home on the Range, features video works spanning 1984 - 2008, and the evening-length performa ... More >>
A CAMH exhibition unearths this country's strangeness
The CAMH offers up a look at America back then, now
Gallery Sonja Roesch hosts a mixed-media Brazilian artist
What happened when it was all over? Ask Nipper yourself, today.
Texas inspires exceptional artists at the CAMH
Lone Star artists are a breed of their own