Three Powerful Women Rebels are Spotlighted in Houston, Proving Hometown Talent Rules

Three Powerful Women Rebels are Spotlighted in Houston, Proving Hometown Talent Rules

08.15.16

As part of an increasing emphasis on hometown talent, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston follows up on 2014’s well-received solos for Debra Barrera, Nathaniel Donnett and Carrie Marie Schneider in “Right Here, Right Now” Read

A Sneak Peek at Houston’s Most Buzzed About Art Bonanza: Major Changes for This Texas Art Fair

08.14.16

Art Market — producer of some of America’s most buzzed about art fairs including this summer’s Seattle Art Fair, brought forth by Paul Allen/Vulcan productions — is back. And they aren’t returning quietly. Art Market’s sixth Read

A Sneak Peek at Houston’s Most Buzzed About Art Bonanza: Major Changes for This Texas Art Fair
A Pioneering African-American Art Force Changes Houston and Museums Everywhere: Why Isn’t She Better Known?

A Pioneering African-American Art Force Changes Houston and Museums Everywhere: Why Isn’t She Better Known?

08.07.16

ALVIA WARDLAW, A WELLESLEY GRAD AND UT’S FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN PhD IN ART HISTORY, LAUNCHED GEE’S BEND QUILTERS, SPENT 40 YEARS AT THE MUSEUM OF FINE Read

The Secret Life of Andy Warhol: Once-Mysterious Pittsburgh Days of Art Icon Come Into Focus

08.06.16

Dateline Pittsburgh: Happy Birthday, Andy Warhol! The Pop King, born on August 6, 1928, would be 88 years old today. Here’s a look at the Read

The Secret Life of Andy Warhol: Once-Mysterious Pittsburgh Days of Art Icon Come Into Focus
The Garden of Dreams: A French Chateau Takes Root in Houston Thanks to an Exotic Artist’s Flower Fetish

The Garden of Dreams: A French Chateau Takes Root in Houston Thanks to an Exotic Artist’s Flower Fetish

by Jennifer Trandell
08.05.16

Dreams are what make our gardens grow; imagination crowds the empty spaces with future blooms. Our favorite flower is as personal as our sense of Read