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This week for the Houston Press, I check out Emily Joyce’s coded silkscreen prints at Inman Gallery and Jay Giroux’s street art style paintings at Devin Borden Gallery. This is my last batch of reviews for the alt-weekly, as I’ll … Continue reading

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This Week in Art Reviews

This week for the Houston Press, I reviewed a juried exhibition of prints at the Museum of Printing History and an exploration of 3D printing and CAD-aided design in the craft world at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Both … Continue reading

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Previewing The Art Guys’ Latest Houston Antics

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This Week in Art Reviews

For the Houston Press this week, I soak in Libbie J. Masterson’s photography at Catherine Couturier Gallery and spend time with Britt Ragsdale’s classic film-inspired videos at Fresh Arts. It was all about film.

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Houston Yarn-Bombing Installation Destroyed by Vandals

Houston Yarn-Bombing Installation Destroyed by Vandals On June 8, several knitters worked tirelessly to turn a black metal structure into a colorful installation to brighten up Heights Boulevard. Exactly a week later, someone destroyed it.

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Your Summer Reading List — Courtesy of Houston’s Bookstores

I wanted to know what the top reads for the summer are, so I called up a few of the best local Houston bookstores and asked them for their picks. In the process, I also had some fun with Picasa … Continue reading

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This Week in Art Reviews

For the Houston Press this week, I explore the celestial at McClain Gallery and appreciate the aesthetic qualities of the plumb bob at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.

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Houston’s Growing Craft Space

During a recent visit to Mid-Main, I stumbled upon a new store called The Tinderbox that’s part-handcrafted emporium, part-artisan studio. After opening in April, it become part of a pretty strong craft scene in Houston, so I decided to take … Continue reading

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This Week in Art Reviews

For the Houston Press this week, I head to the Menil Collection for its look at the push-pull between Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism, and the Station Museum of Contemporary Art for its survey on Houston graffiti art. It was a … Continue reading

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The Full James Turrell Experience in Houston

James Turrell’s retrospective opens at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, this Sunday. So I put together this guide on where to already find his awe-inspiring work in Houston.

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