Posted on · Experience two of the artist's signature "infinity rooms" this summer at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Posted on · The New Zealand born, Houston-based photographer tells epic, layered stories that require no words.
Posted on · In the project, called, "Animating History," students created large, teardrop shaped “pins” and stationed them on vacant lots where landmarks once stood.
Posted on · The project took flight 20 years ago with three teachers.
Posted on · A Houston sculptor utilizes firearms and fireworks to instill unpredictability into his work.
Posted on · Self-taught Houston artist Balushka creates intricate, three-dimensional, floral installations from paper, lace, and crystals.
Posted on · Houston artist, Cristina Carfora, confronts the effects of modern technology on remote cultures, through her travel-inspired art.
Posted on · The Freedmen’s Town Documentary Project focuses on preserving a fading part of Houston’s history.
Posted on · A Houston festival is directing its attention to a special group of filmmakers – young ones.
Posted on · The Board of Regents has approved a new plan to bring attention to the school’s public art.
Posted on · The fringe trend of skateboard art is bringing local artists onboard.
Posted on · He was an artist who created large paintings and murals depicting life in early Texas. His most famous work captured the iconic cattle drives that defined Texas ranching. He became known as the "dean of Texas artists."
Posted on · Rebecca Rabinow is a Houston native and the new director of The Menil Collection.
Posted on · Once a year, the country’s leading art museum curators convene to discuss issues within the industry. This year, Houston was chosen.
Posted on · They were two iconic collectors and curators of art. The Menil Collection remains true to their vision of art as a spiritual pursuit.