Two critics with two opinions discuss the artist's Inman Gallery show.
The Menil displays the early work of a revered conceptual artist
I'm Not There and the changing face of Bob Dylan on film
A local theater troupe brings Daniel Johnston's wild vision to life
A septuagenarian creates evocative art from cast-off objects
Arshile Gorky changed his name, but he couldn't change his painful past
Gogol Bordello combines Balkan folk traditions with a theater of anarchy
After a half-century of effort, local African-American artists are emerging to the forefront of the arts, both in Houston and nationally
Jason Salavon sets his computer in motion and sits back to see what it tells us about ourselves
The Sweet Girls pretend to be bad and try to be good, but Houston's newest social club fails at both
A converted cigarette machine peddles a new addiction: Miniature art
From the February 24, 2000 issue
Andy Mann treats video like abstract art
Paintings of racist images have made UH alumnus Michael Ray Charles a star in the art world. Some say his Sambos and pickaninnies have a healing power. But others claim all they do is hurt.
The Menil offers a clue to unlocking the mystery of Jasper Johns
After all the hoopla, one has to ask: Is Cy Twombly worth it?
Houston's major art museums map a road to partnership, and worry about survival
Annie Sprinkle: Performance artist par X-cellence?