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Decline, Death and Consumerism Inform Houston's "Salon of Desert Martyrs"
Monday, June 13, 2016 at 9 a.m. by Susie Tommaney
In Matthew Couper’s first showing with Zoya Tommy in 2012, his work being the skulls portion of the “Guns and Skulls” group exhibit, the artist offered up recurring themes of capitalism, the death of our nation, crucifixion, snakes,...
This Week in Houston Food Events: Fourth Annual Houston Barbecue Festival
Monday, May 16, 2016 at 6 a.m. by Alexandra Doyle
All Week It's American Craft Beer Week at Flying Saucer, 705 Main, which means that you can get sweet deals on unusual beers all week long. Monday features New Belgium with $3 Fat Tire and Lips of Faith flights, Tuesday showcases Av...
Julon Pinkston's "Nailed" Is a Disappointment
Monday, December 8, 2014 at 7 a.m. by Jim Tommaney
Sometimes an artist is inspired to proceed in a certain direction, but the direction to a viewer may seem the opposite - uninspired. This is the case with Julon Pinkston's solo show, "Nailed" at Zoya Tommy Gallery. There are two ver...
"The Resolution of Doubt"
Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 3 a.m. by JIM J.TOMMANEY
Earl Staley is not only a prolific artist, he is also a most inventive one, either re-inventing himself or tackling new approaches in his art, exhibition by exhibition. His recent showing at Jung Center, "Reconstructions," combined ...