Archive for August, 2012

Blurring the Line Between Art %26 Design

%26nbsp;This is the future we were promised and the power of installation art. Floor-to-ceiling G%26uuml;termann thread, anyone? Or a 12-foot strand of silica?

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Crafts Crazy%26nbsp;

Glass. Thread. Thread and glass. Even five years ago, you wouldn%26rsquo;t be reading these words in an article about the hottest up-and-comers from the current gallery season. With the... | Read More

Blurring the Line Between Art %26 Design

%26nbsp;This is the future we were promised and the power of installation art. Floor-to-ceiling G%26uuml;termann thread, anyone? Or a 12-foot strand of silica?

%26nbsp;

Crafts Crazy%26nbsp;

Glass. Thread. Thread and glass. Even five years ago, you wouldn%26rsquo;t be reading these words in an article about the hottest up-and-comers from the current gallery season. With the... | Read More

Blurring the Line Between Art %26 Design

%26nbsp;This is the future we were promised and the power of installation art. Floor-to-ceiling G%26uuml;termann thread, anyone? Or a 12-foot strand of silica?

%26nbsp;

Crafts Crazy%26nbsp;

Glass. Thread. Thread and glass. Even five years ago, you wouldn%26rsquo;t be reading these words in an article about the hottest up-and-comers from the current gallery season. With the... | Read More

Art Notes

Besides Houston Fine Art Fair 2012 (check out our Special Section within these pages), here are 11 shows that matter and why:

1. Aaron Parazette–curated “In Plain Sight,” at McClain Gallery. Is this “Fresh Paint Two?” Don’t miss the most significant roundup of Houston painting talent in double decades — a survey that needs to lead to a Museum of Fine Arts, Houston... | Read More

Art Notes

Besides Houston Fine Art Fair 2012 (check out our Special Section within these pages), here are 11 shows that matter and why:

1. Aaron Parazette–curated “In Plain Sight,” at McClain Gallery. Is this “Fresh Paint Two?” Don’t miss the most significant roundup of Houston painting talent in double decades — a survey that needs to lead to a Museum of Fine Arts, Houston... | Read More

Art Notes

Besides Houston Fine Art Fair 2012 (check out our Special Section within these pages), here are 11 shows that matter and why:

1. Aaron Parazette–curated “In Plain Sight,” at McClain Gallery. Is this “Fresh Paint Two?” Don’t miss the most significant roundup of Houston painting talent in double decades — a survey that needs to lead to a Museum of Fine Arts, Houston... | Read More

Seven Days of Art in September

Dateline Houston Fine Art Fair 2012: You could say it%26rsquo;s the biggest art convergence this fall, and you would not be bragging. For seven days and seven nights this month, we%26rsquo;ve cleared our calendars and all we%26rsquo;re focusing on will be the Houston Fine Art Fair and the riches of ArtWeek. Producer Rick Friedman returns for year two with a boutique Fair that, as we%26rsquo;ve... | Read More

Seven Days of Art in September

Dateline Houston Fine Art Fair 2012: You could say it%26rsquo;s the biggest art convergence this fall, and you would not be bragging. For seven days and seven nights this month, we%26rsquo;ve cleared our calendars and all we%26rsquo;re focusing on will be the Houston Fine Art Fair and the riches of ArtWeek. Producer Rick Friedman returns for year two with a boutique Fair that, as we%26rsquo;ve... | Read More

Seven Days of Art in September

Dateline Houston Fine Art Fair 2012: You could say it%26rsquo;s the biggest art convergence this fall, and you would not be bragging. For seven days and seven nights this month, we%26rsquo;ve cleared our calendars and all we%26rsquo;re focusing on will be the Houston Fine Art Fair and the riches of ArtWeek. Producer Rick Friedman returns for year two with a boutique Fair that, as we%26rsquo;ve... | Read More

Come and Get ‘Em


Warhol fanatics get ready, this Sunday Target will begin selling the above special edition Campbell soup cans to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the artist's 32 Campbell Soup Cans. The cans will sell for $.75, all we have to say is %26mdash; finally pop art that we can afford!

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