Collective Presence, an evolving exhibition currently on view at DiverseWorks in Houston is described as “part exhibition, part curatorial concept, and part experiment.” It presents a program of micro artist residencies and public/community events inspired by ideas of...

Art has long been engaged with the political. Particularly since the Enlightenment, art has been employed in the service of politics to proliferate pointed agendas, especially via easily-replicated mediums — prints, etchings, lithographs, and written texts, for example...

Adiós Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950, an aptly titled exhibition on view now at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is an engaging sample of multimedia artworks from Cuba since 1950 and is the first full-scale exhibition of Cuban artwork in the Uni...

Vincent Valdez: The Beginning is Near (Part I), most recently presented at David Shelton Gallery, is deftly timely and a bold step by both artist Vincent Valdez and gallerist David Shelton.

“‘Some say the Klan today should just be ignored. Frankly, I’d like to do that....

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