Every photo of Michael Gira shares a set series of features: a stern grimace, a stoic, crag-like rigidity and a fiercely penetrating gaze -- a look that tunnels straight to your instincts, sets your nerves on edge. Even when a hint of a smile cracks its way across his face, the effect is chilling: a ... More >>
Nasher Sculpture Center Raymond D. Nasher Those Friends of Unfair Park wondering what to do with the spare change scrounged from their couch, take note: Sotheby's in New York is set, this Friday, to auction off some 200 pieces in the collection of Ray and Patsy Nasher, among them works by Pablo Pic ... More >>
The artists of Oh6 turn assassination into comic revelry
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth tears down the language barrier
Contemporary art superstar Ed Ruscha turns a mirror on his times, and finds...not a whole lot
Photographer Ann Stautberg walks the razor's edge of a good regional artist
They're not all bad, as 500X's crop of new artists makes abundantly clear
Through four decades of masterful painting, Wayne Thiebaud remains true to his vision
The sister cities finally split up for "Gallery Night"
Caution: Irreversible brain scramble is a potential side effect of Jasper Johns' latest at the DMA
The Whitney Biennial has brought out the worst in the art world -- fussing, feuding, and in-fighting. But Fort Worth's Michael Auping stands by his decision to bring a few Texans to New York.
Abacus' total is greater than the sum of its parts
Houston lies at the widening crossroads of contemporary art