The Texas Hot List: These Rebels and Imaginative Spaces Are Shaking Up the Art World

The Texas Hot List: These Rebels and Imaginative Spaces Are Shaking Up the Art World

02.07.16

Space Race: The mad dash to open galleries locally mirrors a buoyant optimism percolating throughout Texas (you should see what’s shaking up in Dallas, especially in the new hotbed of history, community and brave art souls, aka The Cedars). Next month, we round up the recent Houston arrivals that opened after our report on 10 Read

Houston’s Most Unique Valentine’s Day Idea: A Top Chef’s Unexpected Silo Dinner

02.06.16

Houston’s newest creative studio space, The Silos at Sawyer Yards, puts its unique stamp on Valentine’s day with a five-course Progressive Art Party. Chef Soren Pedersen will prepare the wine-pairing meal which features dishes like pan seared lobster dumplings, chilled asparagus bisque, venison carpaccio, pepper-crusted filet mignon served with mushroom risotto and a warm, triple chocolate Read

Houston’s Most Unique Valentine’s Day Idea: A Top Chef’s Unexpected Silo Dinner
Car Treasures: Stunningly Rare Vehicles Shown Off at MFAH Giving New Definition to Priceless Art

Car Treasures: Stunningly Rare Vehicles Shown Off at MFAH Giving New Definition to Priceless Art

02.05.16

You don’t have to be an automotive fan to appreciate one of the most unique exhibitions the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, has ever mounted. “Sculpted in Steel: Art Deco Automobiles and Motorcycles, 1929 –1940,” rolls into at the MFAH this month, serving up a delicious slice of 20th-century design, specifically the dazzling steel and chrome Read

Mourning a Dallas Mega Philanthropist and Art Backer: The Unparalleled Legacy of Rusty Rose, a $100 Million-Plus Giver

02.02.16

The Texas art world was saddened by the news of the weekend passing of powerhouse — and beloved — patron Rusty Rose. He and his wife, Deedie Rose, were one of the three couples who transformed the Dallas Museum of Art into the bastion of contemporary activity that it is today. In a statement, Rose’s family said “he lost Read

Mourning a Dallas Mega Philanthropist and Art Backer: The Unparalleled Legacy of Rusty Rose, a $100 Million-Plus Giver
The Life of a Street Artist: Fighting a Graffiti Rap, Struggling To Make Money and Love

The Life of a Street Artist: Fighting a Graffiti Rap, Struggling To Make Money and Love

by Kate Hinnant
01.27.16

Street art is big. From gigantic murals on buildings to tiny stickers on the backs of stop signs, this urban art form is also a way for artists to send a message or influence their audience. A local street artist in Houston who goes by the name Wiley shares positive and cheerful messages with his many followers and Read