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.
A low-frequency tone permeates Queens Nails Projects. It’s a dreadful hum: doomy and gloomy, a humid sort of white noise hanging heavy in the atmosphere. Simultaneous presence and absence is the logic that rules in artists Facundo Argañaraz’s and Chris Hood’s exhibition, “The Immortal.”