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.
Carlos Cruz-Diez gets large-scale retrospective at MFAH.
The truth is its a place-holder party until the galas ready
Readers chime in on Battle of the Bands
Or "How to sit on contemporary art"
The former U.S. vice president loved Mexican art - see why today
See a retrospective of the recently crowned Oscar winner's screen work
Despite tragedy and setbacks, she never stopped painting
The MFAH presents the work of Alice Neel, the grande dame of portraiture.
Gregorio Luke goes off the wall
See what Joseph Cohen and Maria Guzman have been up to
An art expert and family member gives viewers a one-of-a-kind glimpse into this great American portraitist
And the winner is...
These writers equate style with substance
Art from another North/South border region
As Lawndale reaches maturity, the Houston art community waxes nostalgic.
Michael Galbreth and Jack Massing screen their history
Art by Jesse LottThe must-see shows Jesse Lott: "The Urban Frontier" and Javier de Villota: "DeHumanization Echo" close this Sunday at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art. Lott and de Villota, both based in Houston, share not so much a style as a purpose -- to express a belief in humanism.Lott's ... More >>
The epic, no-holds-barred, deathmatch among the people who decide if that throw rug in your living room is declasse or not has ended.Two groups went in; one group came out. And it was The People!! The amateurs-with-attitude who dared to take on the ogreish cabal of professional interior designers.As ... More >>
Rachel Hecker creates larger-than-life art from her daily life's ephemera.
Austin will be the scene for what no doubt will be a very tasteful demonstration and briefing tomorrow, as a little-known civil war between interior designers bursts into the open.The Institute of Justice, an ACLU-like legal organization, is working with interior designers in Texas to stop what the ... More >>
Since the death of oil tycoon Robert Chaney, questions have been raised regarding the fate of the famous Chaney family art collection. (Chaney committed suicide in late October of this year.)A small part of that question was answered Friday when the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston announced eight major ... More >>
The Menil showcases his singular vision and technique
This MFAH exhibit features live shots of popular music's greatest contributors
James "Guess What's In My" Pants Tonight is your last chance to dance in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston this year without looking like a weirdo. The Starbucks Mixed Media series closes its 2008 summer season with turntablism from James Pants and Small Town DJs. Washington's James Pants is a lit ... More >>
Aerosol Warfare brings in some old school, out-of-town talent
We've just loaded up a slideshow of images from "Houston Collects: African American Art," on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston through October 26. Have a look. Hair Balls will still be here when you get back. -- KP
Get another look at this End Game artist at the CAMH