The Midtown galleries offer a sense of cohesion in the sprawl of Houston and March is a good month on Main Street.
Most exhibitions organized at The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts feature a curatorial premise relating to the building as muse. The “Dreamscapes” exhibition is another inquiry into the museum as muse, or in this case, the rock as muse.
“Answers to Questions,” British duo John Wood and Paul Harrison’s expansive survey show at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, could just as easily be titled “Bro Solutions.” In this exhibition, Wood and Harrison’s video works feature brief, humorous conceptual pranks that hinge (pardon the pun) on slapdash props and sets constructed in their studio.
Leora Fridman interviews The Feminist Health Care Research Group Berlin (FHCRG) who engage a constellation of topics around the politics of illness and healthcare.
RM is an artist-run space, project office and archive. RM is a gallery that places the work of local emerging artists alongside more seasoned practitioners. RM seeks to engage with the practices, discourses and modes of presentation that aren’t well-supported or easily accessible in Auckland.
The first artist residency in the heart of Athens engaging with international and local artists.
Design studio, project space, bookstore, curatorial office, niche publishing house, and micro-laboratory for urban aesthetics and collaborative thinking in Auckland, New Zealand.