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Adela Andea Brings the Music to Her Light Party in "Cocomirle"

6 years ago by Meredith Deliso
Houston artist Adela Andea's light installations and sculptures are true crowd pleasers, captivating artists at galleries, art fairs and, last winter, Art League Houston's outdoor garden-turned-bio-electronic environment, "Primordial Garden." The Romanian-born artist returns to the Montrose art space -- this time indoors -- for the site-specific installation "Cocomirle." Andea's work...
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Adela Andea's "On the Left Side of Mercury" Is Otherworldly, of Course

5 years ago by Susie Tommaney
A person doesn't need to book a flight on Virgin Galactic to travel to outer space; just stop by Anya Tish Gallery to see Adela Andea's imaginary naturescapes brought to life through neon, LED lights, Plexiglass, mirrors and spec-fabricated consumer electronics. The pieces in the series, "On the Left Side...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008", "The Paramilitary Show", "Adela Andea: The Green™ cyber web"

10 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Amy Blakemore: Photographs 1988-2008" The photographs Amy Blakemore takes with a crappy plastic camera can make you cry. Dad (1999) is an image from this exhibition, a 20-year survey of the artist's work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The entire time I was in the gallery, people kept...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Cocomirle: A Visual and Sound Environment by Adela Andea," "The Cyrus Cylinder and Ancient Persia; A New Beginning," "Halls without walls, room to feel in. The door awaits you, your return within." "Maurice," "No Paint," "Sal

6 years ago by Meredith Deliso
"Cocomirle: A Visual and Sound Environment by Adela Andea" Houston artist Adela Andea's light installations and sculptures are true crowd-pleasers, captivating artists at galleries, art fairs and, last winter, Art League Houston's outdoor garden-turned-bio-electronic environment, "Primordial Garden." The Romania-born artist returns to the Montrose art space — this time indoors...
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New Year, New Art: Check Out These "Can't Miss" Art Exhibits in the Bayou City

9 months ago by Susie Tommaney
There's no need to wonder what regional artists have been up to over the past year. Get a look at new works by Texas contemporaries with these visual art openings this month in Houston. From explosions of color (Adela Andea) to nature (Rona Lesser, T. Smith, Julie Heffernan) to small scale works...
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Let There Be Light: Five Shows That Will Glow in 2011

9 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
While many visual art spaces will still be pulling together their 2011 schedules well into the year, some of the most interesting shows so far look pretty luminous. 5. Patricia Hernandez at DiverseWorks What discussion of light is complete without a nod to "Painter of Light" and DUI recipient, Thomas...
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H-E-B Has Become the Newest Art Gallery in H-Town

1 year ago by Susie Tommaney
It's easy to get buried under the life-changing news that H-E-B has just announced beer and wine delivery in under an hour, making deciding to wear pajamas all day long a possibility. But more than a few did pick up on the fact that the Texas-based grocer has also entered...
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Ten Things to Do in Houston for $10 or Less (Six Free), May 25-31

2 years ago by Natalie de la Garza
Check out the Houston Press calendar for even more things to do.
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"Texas Biennial Invitational" Displays the Work of Texas Biennial Alums

6 years ago by Altamese Osborne
Take Adela Andea's "Liquescent Light" exhibition, held this past January at Anya Tish Gallery, stick a fork into whatever socket electrifies its neon light sculptures, and what you get is "Primordial Garden," a hopped-up room installation and entry into the 2013 Texas Biennial (TX★13), an exhibition of Texas contemporary art...
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Things Are Not Always What They Seem: The Illusion of the Precise and Liquescent Light at Wade Wilson Art and Anya Tish Gallery

7 years ago by Altamese Osborne
Stand approximately 10 feet away from "I Told You So," Todd Williamson's canvas painting depicting a lone white line traveling horizontally across a dark background. Next to it, a grayish black line creeps vertically down the perpetual white space of "Grand, Precise, Illusion," another Williamson canvas piece. Take a few...

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