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Oscar Munoz Is Only Human

7 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
Memories fade. People disappear. It happens in life, and it happens in Oscar Muñoz's art. "Oscar Muñoz" at Sicardi Gallery presents a strong selection of work from the Colombian artist, who manages a poetic blend of the political, the historical and the personal. Sicardi Gallery has shown some great work...
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United Airlines Passenger in Houston Says Airline Hurt Her, Crushed Her Wheelchair

2 years ago by Stephen Paulsen
Another day, another scandal for United Airlines. Workers aboard a United flight were helping a disabled woman, Erica Fulton, into her airplane seat when they dropped her against a window, injuring her so badly that she required surgery, a lawsuit alleges. The incident occurred in September 2016 at Bush Intercontinental...
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21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Edgy Dance and Woodlands IRONMAN

3 years ago by Houston Press
Jazz greats Jason Moran and Terence Blanchard in concert, too.
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Capsule Reviews

14 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Girls' Night Out" This exhibition presents works by women who explore the concept of "girl." Group shows are notoriously uneven, and this is no exception. Organized by the Orange County Museum of Art, "Girls' Night Out" presents an overall vision of girls/women that's heavy on awkwardness, angst and mental illness...
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14 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Alex Katz" Alex Katz made his name with hard-edged, flattened portraits. But just shy of 80, the painter has loosened up considerably. He's still interested in flat color and abstracted form, but his work has gotten looser and brushier. His show at Texas Gallery features a lovely collection of small...
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14 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Alex Katz" Alex Katz made his name with hard-edged, flattened portraits. But just shy of 80, the painter has loosened up considerably. He's still interested in flat color and abstracted form, but his work has gotten looser and brushier. His show at Texas Gallery features a lovely collection of small...
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14 years ago by Kelly Klaasmeyer
"Andrea Bowers: Letters to an Army of Three" For her installation at the Glassell School of Art, Andrea Bowers has constructed a video around actual letters written to the "Army of Three" — Pat Maginnis, Rowena Gurner and Lana Phelan, three women who worked as abortion advocates and as a...
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"The Birth of a Nation -- Yo! Bum Rush the Show" Dawolu Jabari Anderson's new works at the Art League Houston use D.W. Griffith's infamously racist 1915 film The Birth of a Nation as a source of inspiration. Anderson creates large paintings on paper that are reminiscent of vintage comic...
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New Year's Eve Guide 2005

14 years ago by Melissa Richter
Tonight is a night to celebrate the past year, and what's not to celebrate? Not only did we open our arms to our neighbors in need, but we also opened our arms to the nation to host our first World Series. This is one year the Bayou City will never...
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Passport to Nowhere

16 years ago by Michael Serazio
In a gritty arena in southwest Houston, Aaron Navarro, a trainer with tattoos crawling up his neck, scoops out several hunks of petroleum jelly from a jar and slathers it across Benjamin Flores's taut 126-pound frame. A coach, two trainers and a few friends shuffle in and out of Benjamin's...

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