From the Ground Up

Farmers Unite to Talk Challenges, Curate Dinner

A photography exhibit is helping to spread knowledge about the lives of our providers.

11/11/2019 By Brandon Summers-Miller

visual art

Beatriz González Reveals the Politics and Painting of Colombia

The artist's first United States retrospective arrives at the MFAH with a pop of color.

10/29/2019 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

Origin Stories

Do You Know Who Grew Your Food?

'The Hands That Feed Houston' photo exhibit will introduce you to our region's local farmers.

10/28/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Keep Houston Weird

Bill Davenport Is a Houston Art Legend

For three decades, the artist has carried the torch with his warm, wacky pop art creations.

10/03/2019 By Schaefer Edwards

Heads of State

David Adickes Gets a Foreboding New York Times Magazine Shout Out

The publication calls some of the artist's crumbling sculptures “a guided tour through the ruins of America’s democracy.”

09/27/2019 By Morgan Kinney

A Night for the Arts

An Eclectic Celebration Brings Art Community and City Leaders Together at the Glasscock School

Mayor Turner served as honorary chair of the Community Artists' Collective's "FestEve!" this month.

09/27/2019 By Abby Ledoux

marble fantasy

Amie Siegel’s Medium Cool Operates at a Slow Burn

The Blaffer Art Museum’s current exhibit asks viewers to question how (and why) we value our obsessions.

09/25/2019 By Marley Foster

Go See

An Intriguing Art Opening Pops Up In a Flood-Resistant House

At this Saturday art debut, it's all about Houston's own climate challenges.

09/04/2019 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Eternal 30

Watch Flatland Gallery Evolve Throughout September

A coterie of artists will unfurl an interconnected, shifting exhibition at the Montrose gallery this month.

09/04/2019 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

Sand Man

Somebody Made AstroWorld Out of Sand

The Travis Scott-inspired creation was just one of dozens of spectacular structures at last weekend's 2019 AIA Sandcastle Competition.

08/29/2019 By Morgan Kinney

Visual Art

How the Menil Collection Preserves Its Artwork

Plus, six exhibits to enrich your mind and soul.

08/26/2019 By Morgan Kinney

Hiding In Plain Sight

UH's Incredible Public Art Collection Celebrates 50 Years

The collection includes more than 700 works over five campuses.

08/26/2019 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Gallery Shows

Are You Actually Buying a Peter Max at Off the Wall?

The Galleria art outpost assures us that its artwork is 100 percent authentic.

08/20/2019 By Brittanie Shey

tex mex

Justin Favela Finds Himself in a Plate of Nachos

Witness the artist explore his Latinx roots through food sculpture at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.

07/25/2019 By Brittanie Shey

Public Art

360 Degrees Vanishing Finally Appears In Montrose

The long-delayed Art League Houston installation at last makes its debut.

06/28/2019 By Morgan Kinney

Strike a Pose

At the MFAH, Meet the Icons of Style

A thrilling new exhibition walks visitors through a century of fashion photography—and reveals Houston's prominent role in that evolution.

06/24/2019 By Schaefer Edwards

Ice House

Where Will the Giant Art Guys Head Next?

Shepherd Drive has changed a lot over the years, but some things have stayed the same: two 14-foot fiberglass statues of men in suits. As the dealership next to them moves, will they go with it?

05/24/2019 By Dianna Wray

Visual Art

Motherward, 1985 Is a Requiem to Freedmen's Town

At the Houston Center for Photography, one man's photo crusade to preserve a vanishing neighborhood.

05/24/2019 By Chris Gray

Shades of Gray

Gray Malin Talks Texas, Italy, and His Iconic Aerial Photography

The Dallas native comes to Houston next week for a signing of his latest photography book, ITALY.

05/16/2019 By Abby Ledoux

Stonewall 50

This CAMH Exhibit Shows the Enduring Legacy of the Stonewall Uprising

Stonewall 50 explores a half-century of gay liberation in Houston and beyond.

05/15/2019 By Brittanie Shey