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Love Letters in a Tree

Love Letters in a Tree

Walking into the exhibition, a recreation of a drawing by V greets guests. The photographs, arranged on the wall with an occasional addition of plant life seated on the frame, follow the timeline of the artists’ NSA-level observation. While it isn’t completely necessary to follow the order of the letters, it helps viewers piece together the story, or their interpretation of the story, of V and J.…

Saudi Artists featured in FotoFest

Saudi Artists featured in FotoFest

A cultural blend of modernity and traditionalism, emerging artists from Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Gulf, present artistic pieces exemplifying a conservative culture’s dialogue with westernization.…

Houston’s Bucket List

Houston’s Bucket List

What Houstonians want, ranges from Lamborghinis and Trans-Ams to fixing the world to a lot of traveling, but it mostly means we’re like everyone else in the world, and it’s uniting.…

Interrogation with Hanksy: NY’s Beloved Monster

Interrogation with Hanksy: NY’s Beloved Monster

Being a street artist is about having confidence. There are elements fighting against one’s actions: a dangerous rooftop ledge, a possible passing train over a bridge, property owners and police.…

No Face No Case; We’ve got it covered!

No Face No Case; We’ve got it covered!

Of course, not everyone considers graffiti to be art. Some people might go as far as to call it a public nuisance, but as Degollado sees it, “because street art’s roots are grounded in a subculture, it of course goes against the grain. It will always be seen as a nuisance to people, but therein lies the beauty. It challenges ideals, it creates dialogue, and a chance to inform and reform.”…

STATION MUSEUM’S COLLECTIVE REACTION

STATION MUSEUM’S COLLECTIVE REACTION

This week, The Station Museum of Contemporary Art procures a selection of technologically and media driven artworks by a globally diverse group of artists in their show, Collective Reaction. Like a post rider speeding through optical fiber cables, news and events travel instantaneously, which can bring positive aspects but, as demonstrated by these works, also raise many issues of media biases, inflections and personal identity.…

An Interview with Pricasso

An Interview with Pricasso

Soft definitely I so much more manageable, I can squeeze it stretch it bend it to get different effects. It is so much more precise.…

John Singer Sargent: The Watercolors

John Singer Sargent: The Watercolors

Watercolors in general, unlike oil paintings, are more difficult to make because you can’t just paint over your mistake. …

LAWNDALE’S ON VIEW EXHIBITION

LAWNDALE’S ON VIEW EXHIBITION

Indulge in art with local pride, but not your typical impressionist bluebonnet or watercolor cattle kind. Lawndale Art Center will be holding an exhibition Friday night, featuring four different artists’ works with a varied focus on photography. This exhibition pops open the lid of the multi-faceted FotoFest Biennal 2014.…

LoneStar Explosion 2014

LoneStar Explosion 2014

Presenting Houston with a plethora of performance art, the Lone Star Explosion 2014 Biennal is a four-day festival centered around three days of performance art. In a time when performance art is gaining traction in the art world, the Lone Star Explosion 2014 festival displays a powerful variety of voices.…

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