The Social Event of the Century? Vaunted Houston Museum Reveals Plans to Throw the Most Starry Gala Ever

The Social Event of the Century? Vaunted Houston Museum Reveals Plans to Throw the Most Starry Gala Ever

03.21.17

It has happened just three times in 30 years. And now again, this December. The jewel of the museum world, The Menil Collection, is throwing Read

Famed Artist Creates a Special Painting to Honor a Late Pop Legend: It’s Part of Dallas’ Epic MTV Moment

03.20.17

Just when we thought MTV RE:DEFINE couldn’t possibly pack more star power into its sold-out event (Chaka Khan is performing; Libertine designer Johnson Hartig is being Read

Famed Artist Creates a Special Painting to Honor a Late Pop Legend: It’s Part of Dallas’ Epic MTV Moment
The Dallas Art Fair Adds Free Outdoor Concerts: Major Music Coup Ensures Plenty of Buzz

The Dallas Art Fair Adds Free Outdoor Concerts: Major Music Coup Ensures Plenty of Buzz

03.15.17

Dallas’s signature art event, Dallas Art Fair, has crossed another threshold – they’re adding music programming to the Fair weekend, which opens Thursday, April 6 Read

Japanese Bondage, Vomiting on Stage and Body Labeling: Experimental Art Pushes Houston’s Boundaries

03.10.17

Four talented Texas artists coordinated a pioneering performance exhibition dubbed Experimental Action in Houston. Evan McCarley, Julia Claire Wallace, Jonatan Lopez and Jana Whatley brought Read

Japanese Bondage, Vomiting on Stage and Body Labeling: Experimental Art Pushes Houston’s Boundaries
Paris Art Dealer Falls in Love With Dallas, Targets it as the Next Big Cultural Center

Paris Art Dealer Falls in Love With Dallas, Targets it as the Next Big Cultural Center

03.08.17

He liked it so much he stayed. After a series of successful years as a dealer at the Dallas Art Fair, Frank Elbaz — owner Read

Dallas Shuns the Wall, Welcomes Mexico With Open Arms: Acclaimed New Show More Important than Ever

03.07.17

There’s no wall at the Dallas Museum of Art this month. The only barrier may be a crowd-control device for “México 1900-1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde” Read

Dallas Shuns the Wall, Welcomes Mexico With Open Arms: Acclaimed New Show More Important than Ever
Houston Woman’s Incredible Instagram Posts Land Her a Major Art Show: Getting Discovered Through Social Media

Houston Woman’s Incredible Instagram Posts Land Her a Major Art Show: Getting Discovered Through Social Media

03.04.17

An Instagram post bearing an attention-getting portrait resulted in a big break for one Houston artist — and her first major show. Cue Sarah Fisher. You Read

Dallas’ British Force is the Toast of New York: Cheerleaders, Sexy Surfaces and Pop-Culture Illusions Abound

03.03.17

When I last spent time with Richard Patterson, surrounded by his extremely complex and captivating works, it was 2009 in Dallas, when I curated a Read

Dallas’ British Force is the Toast of New York: Cheerleaders, Sexy Surfaces and Pop-Culture Illusions Abound