Texas Contemporary Art Fair

Yes, lots of Texas money was flying around, making artists and gallerists giddy, but much of the Houston friendliness and warmth was at the Texas Contemporary Art Fair too…

Thou Shalt Not Suffer a Witch to Live

Drag, Rape Gaze. Ghost Drone. Zombie Rave. Goth-Juke. Grave-Wave. These, and endless other, illustrative and occasionally vulgar terms describe what many call Witch House, a genre of geographically unhinged electronic based music. This is the first in a series of essays on Witch House music featured throughout October.

The Kenmore

Not just another white cube, The Kenmore is a small, cold exhibition object measuring approximately 36″ x 24″x 24″. The Kenmore’s mission is to keep ideas fresh through the opportunity of a unique exhibition context and the experience of collaboration.

Shrimp Boat Projects

Shrimp Boat Projects is an artist-led initiative by partners Eric Leshinsky and Zach Moser. The project is operated in two parts: classes and events dealing with regional cultural identity for the Houston area and the process of becoming commercial shrimpers.

BOX 13

BOX 13 ArtSpace is an artist run nonprofit innovative environment for the creation and advancement of experimental contemporary art in Houston. BOX 13 includes affordable workspaces for emerging and established artists, five interior exhibition spaces and a window gallery for installations.

Low Lives

Low Lives is an annual “international exhibition of live performance-based works transmitted via the internet and projected in real time at multiple venues.” Viewers only need to be near a computer to see the performances through itinerant cameras in Berlin, New York, Texas, Japan, and many other places.