John Sparagana does not create art with a specific audience in mind. Ten years ago, he started taking media images that seemed simply informational and transformed them into mysterious works that he hopes people will spend time with. It was a post...
9 years ago | Visual Arts
Many architects have been fascinated by Yasuaki Onishi's work, because instead of building from the ground up, the Japanese artist focuses on constructing something from the ceiling down. He uses translucent plastic sheets draped across large spac...
Some would describe Geoff Winningham as a documentary photographer, but he likes to think of himself as more of a picture-maker bookmaker. He photographs a lot in mostly still pictures that contain a strong sense of place, but his specialty is bri...
9 years ago | Special Events
This weekend kicked off the 2012 season of the Houston Roller Derby at the Bayou Place Live (formerly known as Verizon Wireless Theater), or, as one could call it, real life "Whip It," just minus the adorable and lovable Ellen Page. These women ar...
9 years ago | Fashion
As daylight savings time forces us to lose an hour of sleep and spring forward, you should be thinking about acquiring some new pieces for your spring and summer wardrobe. In a conversation with Art Attack, John Maguire, dress buyer, and Jennifer ...
Marisol Monasterio identifies herself as simply a flamenca. Though she's of Venezuelan/Brazilian descent, she has lived in Houston for the past 20 years, and has been learning and dancing flamenco for the last seven. Her journey as a dance...