Art World News
After two years of legal drama, George Lucas says adios to Chicago.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
Don't miss this awe-inspiring collection of reverent replicas.
From butterflies to dinosaurs, the young and young at heart will flock to these (air-conditioned!) exhibitions.
Cabinet of Curiosities
The Houston Museum of Natural Science is bringing a whole new meaning to a treasure-hunting trip.
Booker-Lowe Gallery presents 50,000-year-old paintings from the world's oldest continuous culture.
On the Town
At DiverseWorks, gallery-goers interact with art—and LGBTQ issues—in a whole new way.
After 25 years in NYC, the world-class curator returns to her favorite museum in the country.
On The Town
Fresh artists arise at the Houston kickoff of the up-and-coming collaborative event.
Photographer Eric Kayne brings his exhibit, In The Path of the Pipeline, to the Houston Center for Photography.
The exhibit features various paintings that combine a mix of bright colors and simplistic shapes.
Talk of the Town
Downtown District’s latest banner installation “Figurative Poetics” by CORE Design Studio features punchy quotes that speak volumes about Houston’s storied patrons.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
East End Studio Gallery showcases its free art event, Punch a Higher Floor, a tribute to the Purple Prince, next weekend.
Art Brookfield presents Intrude, a public art exhibit with inflatable rabbits to touch and hug.
Infamous punk-rock artist Mark Flood trashes the past with his “gratest,” gutsiest hits.
Coffee can only do so much to turn your day around.
The Heritage Society's new exhibit, Profile of a Houston Oil Family, features photos of a forgotten oil pioneer.
Photographer Ray Redding's Hair-Raisers exhibit features not your typical hipster beard.
A look at this weekend's crazy and cool wheels.
An underappreciated German portrait artist finally sees his spotlight.
Modern media shapes Asia Society's newest exhibition, We Chat, a take on how we communicate.