Woman Crush Wednesday

#WCW: Dionne Christiansen

The multifaceted artist behind Nib and Pixel talks modern calligraphy, being an Aussie transplant, and growing a business that tells love stories.

09/19/2018 By Layne Lynch

Pablo Pie-casso

Finally, Pizza Gets Its Day at the Art Gallery

The Insomnia Gallery is hosting a delicious new show opening Friday.

08/06/2018 By Jesse Sendejas Jr.

Ice House

The Woodlands Finally Gets Its Own Art Museum

The new Glade Cultural Center has a permanent collection from David Adickes, a real-deal commercial gallery, and more.

07/20/2018 By Morgan Kinney

In Search of Quirk

Do You Have an Odd House? The Weird Homes Tour Wants to See (and Show) It

Now in its third year here, the Weird Homes Tour—exactly what it sounds like—returns in October and is looking for one-of-a-kind homes in the Bayou City.

07/03/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Iconic

Did You Know You Can Buy Official 'Be Someone' Merch?

The adoption of “Be Someone” as a collective idea that we’re all just trying to leave our own mark on the world has resonated with drivers down I-45 for years.

06/11/2018 By Rebekah Kibodeaux

Exhibit

Art Inspired by Viral Cat Videos? Yes, Please

An unlikely source is the inspiration behind the new photography exhibit La Marcha de los Gatitos Apachurrados at Guerrero-Projects.

02/14/2017 By Emily Juhasz

Ultimate Guide to Buffalo Bayou Park

The City's Greatest Landmark Is Right Under Your Nose

Houston's recently revitalized underground "ruin," the Cistern, has become one of its most popular new tourist attractions.

01/23/2017 By Jeanne Lyons Davis

Historic Houston

10 Trailblazing Houstonians Are Spotlighted in the Library's Newest Exhibit

We Serve Humanity: Stories of Hope and Commitment highlights the influential lives of past Bayou City dwellers.

10/27/2016 By Greg Fails

On The Town

At the Menil Collection, the Beat Goes On

Seldom-seen counterculture art takes the overdue spotlight in Holy Barbarians.

10/24/2016 By Steve Jansen

Never Forget

Powerful Exhibit Hélène Berr: A Stolen Life Gives an Eyewitness Account of the Holocaust

Anne Frank wasn't the only Jewish woman who kept a diary.

10/20/2016 With Megan Bartlett

Slideshow

45th Annual Bayou City Art Festival

The ACA provides a unique art experience for the greater Houston community.

10/19/2016 With Kacy Stephenson

Travel

At the Park Hotel Tokyo, the Art is the Deal

When life gives you lemons, redo the walls.

07/13/2016 Photography by Scott Vogel

Bucket List Art

11 Masterpieces You Can (and Should) See Before You Die

Plus: two you can't.

05/27/2016 By Bill Wiatrak

Art

Two-Toned Paint Job

Houston artists David Adickes and Justin Garcia team up again for a special abstract show.

11/09/2015 By Nick Esquer

Art

We Live in the Flicker

British-Nigerian artist Zina Saro-Wiwa re-imagines environmentalism in the Niger Delta.

09/25/2015 By Andrea Siso

Art Installation

In Dreams

In “Music for the World to See,” two local artists step into the abstract.

08/24/2015 By Nick Esquer

Texas Forever

Biscuit Debuts New Collection with Houston Artist Mary H. Case

Check out this series of limited-edition prints that any Texan will love.

07/22/2015 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Art Installation

Hunter Gatherer

Artist Allison Hunter shows the East End some love with her installation series Video Bomb Houston.

07/06/2015 By Samantha Ketterer

Museum News

Homeward Bound

Josef Helfenstein, Director of the Menil Collection, leaves Houston for Switzerland's Kunstmuseum Basel.

06/30/2015 Edited by Nick Esquer

Artist Talks

In the Works

Local artist Benito Huerta discusses art, politics and his summer exhibition Works on Paper at HMAAC.

06/24/2015 By Nick Esquer