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Alex Larsen at Capitol Street Gallery

Alex Larsen at Capitol Street Gallery

Alex Larsen, “Topo,” detail.   Manipulator of objects, visual artist Alex Larsen…

The Hidden Agenda: Pride Yourself

The Hidden Agenda: Pride Yourself

Photo courtesy of Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau. Photo credit: Spenser…

The Hidden Agenda: Go With The Flow

The Hidden Agenda: Go With The Flow

This week is brimming with unique local events, including a peaceful protest against Donald Trump and the opening of Jae Ko's exhibition, Flow, at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, as well as the Saudi Arabian survey Parallel Kingdom at The Station Museum of Contemporary Art.…

Preview – Kusama: At the End of the Universe

Preview – Kusama: At the End of the Universe

An immersive environment called The Infinity Room by artist Refik Anadol wowed…

Raiders!: The Documentary

Raiders!: The Documentary

What were you doing in 1982? It’s a trick question. It would…

International Noise Conference at Notsuoh

International Noise Conference at Notsuoh

Laundry Room Squelchers. Photo taken from the band’s website. Houston will get loud this…

The Good Life: The Best of The Week

The Good Life: The Best of The Week

I don’t think I’m speaking out of turn when I say that Weezer felt out of touch with their own sound until they dropped their latest release, (White Album). A true return to form, they’ll rock out those tunes alongside old favorites in front of their trademark winged W logo…

Visual Vernacular: Gallerist Apama Mackey

Visual Vernacular: Gallerist Apama Mackey

The Panik Collective, “Panik Diaries.” Courtesy of The Panik Collective and The Museum…

The Hidden Agenda: Embrace Infinity

The Hidden Agenda: Embrace Infinity

Yayoi Kusama, “Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity,” 2009. From The Museum of Fine…

Let Loose: Jazz on Film at MFAH

Let Loose: Jazz on Film at MFAH

Nina Simone in “The Amazing Nina Simone.”   For the fourth year…

Goodness Is Great: Five Questions With The Hotelier

Goodness Is Great: Five Questions With The Hotelier

There was a band who came through as a support act that I was really drawn to, and that was Massachusettes’ The Hotelier. These guys seem to have really gotten what emocore was really all about when it began, and their 2014 album Home, Like Noplace Is There, was one of my favorites from that year. Now the band is back with a more mature sound on their latest, Goodness…

Visual Vernacular: Artist Lauren Salazar

Visual Vernacular: Artist Lauren Salazar

Lauren Salazar, “Sister/Brother” (detail), 2016.   In this second segment of this…

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