Taxi Driver Turned Artist Enjoys a Major Moment: Hanging With The Marble Faun

Taxi Driver Turned Artist Enjoys a Major Moment: Hanging With The Marble Faun

01.13.17

Dallas Art Fair co-founder Chris Byrne’s role as owner/director of the Elaine de Kooning House in East Hampton has led to a remarkable, organic residency Read

The Ultimate New Orleans Party — in Texas: Eccentric Art Beauty Puts on an Eye-Catching Big Easy Show

01.04.17

When New Orleans-based artist Page Goss (a former Dallasite and Southern Methodist University alumni) comes to town for a visit, she always brings a bit Read

The Ultimate New Orleans Party — in Texas: Eccentric Art Beauty Puts on an Eye-Catching Big Easy Show
Texas’ 12 Best Books of the Year: These Perfectly Arty Presents Challenge Your View of the Lone Star State

Texas’ 12 Best Books of the Year: These Perfectly Arty Presents Challenge Your View of the Lone Star State

12.23.16

Got an art collector on your list? We’ll, we’ve got your covered. Since the fall arrived and the new book releases hit the shelves, we’ve Read

The Other Side of Day for Night: How the Music Fest Uses Historic Venue to Make Art Nirvana

12.17.16

Day for Night brings a concert lineup to Houston that is drawing national interest and international headliners. But what about the other part of the Read

The Other Side of Day for Night: How the Music Fest Uses Historic Venue to Make Art Nirvana
Houston’s Secret Underground Super Bowl Art: Historic Relic Serves as the Eerie Setting

Houston’s Secret Underground Super Bowl Art: Historic Relic Serves as the Eerie Setting

12.09.16

One of the perks of Super Bowl LI for Houston’s visual scene — some pretty astounding public art. Cue Houston Cistern. Opening tomorrow (Saturday, December Read

Texas’ Greatest 20th-Century Artist Finally Gets Her Due: Corpus Christi Museum Steps Up With Its Most Expensive Show Ever

12.07.16

THE ART MUSEUM OF SOUTH TEXAS IN CORPUS CHRISTI IS THE HOLY GRAIL FOR SEEKERS OF DOROTHY HOOD. CATHERINE D. ANSPON REPORTS ON THE LATE Read

Texas’ Greatest 20th-Century Artist Finally Gets Her Due: Corpus Christi Museum Steps Up With Its Most Expensive Show Ever
The Nasher’s New Man: Famed Museum Puts a Retail Wiz/Composer in Charge

The Nasher’s New Man: Famed Museum Puts a Retail Wiz/Composer in Charge

12.01.16

Donald Fowler is a man of many talents. The longtime retail guru worked in the home department at Stanley Korshak before landing at the recently shuttered Nest boutique, where he was senior buyer and manager. He’s also a Read

Downtown’s Street Art Frenzy: More than 25,000 Turn Out to See the Chalk Wonders

11.21.16

Several blocks of downtown were transformed into paved palettes over the weekend when more than 200 local and international artists gathered for the 11th annual Houston Via Colori Read

Downtown’s Street Art Frenzy: More than 25,000 Turn Out to See the Chalk Wonders