Francesca Fuchs makes paintings of everything around her including other peoples art.
There's good stuff here, but did we really need another round of the master's work?
MFAH scores masterpieces from the Prado in rare show.
The Business Software Alliance announced last week that it had come to an agreement with local business Affordable Power, LP, to settle legal claims that the company pirated software titles. According to the release: As part of the settlement, Affordable Power agreed to pay $150,000 to settle legal ... More >>
The new Asia Society Texas Center is a work of art itself. The downstairs exhibition space is pretty good, too.
Google announced that as of April 19, it will shut down Picnik, an online photo editing tool acquired by the company in 2010, and bundle some of the editing tools into their over-arching Google platform. The staff of Picnik remains with Google and apparently is working to add features from the edit ... More >>
At DiverseWorks, curator Diane Barber sends up our city's new obsession with art fairs.
Seth Alverson painted exact duplicates of his unsold artworks and hung them side by side to sell as sets. Is this an exercise in futility, an act of genius or both?
Alex "Pr!mo" Luster got himself a documentary from the street art life.
Artists claim they were ripped off by local gallery.