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    Toward a Taxonomy of Art

    by Jeremy Johnson Black Art Artem africanus Habitat: homes, yards, streets, radios, hearts and minds, The Ether, sometimes galleries, sometimes museums Lifestyle: unknown Lifespan: 100-1000 years, 50 year ...

    On August 22, 2018 / By
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    The Poetics of Black Imagination

    by Dr. Andrea Roberts I revisited this poem, written five springs ago. I composed it after having presented a paper to a noted African Diaspora scholar, who initially ...

    On August 22, 2018 / By
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    Do or Die

    by Dr. Michon Benson-Marsh   Michon Benson-Marsh is an Assistant Professor. She is a graduate of Jack Yates High School and long-time resident of Houston’s Third Ward community. ...

    On August 22, 2018 / By
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    The Paradox of Politics and Art

    by Theresa Escobedo   Theresa Escobedo is a multi-disciplinary creative, curator, and artist living and working in Houston, Texas. Standout curatorial projects include Angelbert Metoyer: Seasons of Heaven, Collective Solid, and PROOF as ...

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    This Is A Letter From Me To You. The Time Is Right Now, And The Place is Here.

    by Laura Wellen Laura A. L. Wellen is a writer and independent curator based in Guatemala City and Houston. She is the co-founder of the apartment gallery and ...

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    FOR THE CULTURE

    by Josie Pickens   I am still processing all the beauty and boldness presented in Marvel’s Black Panther—a film directed and co-written by Oakland, California native Ryan Coogler—that ...

    On August 14, 2018 / By
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    A Word on Art and Politics

    by Nathaniel Donnett   I’ve  wondered, how can you have community without politics to sustain it, defend it, or push for solutions to adequately address its needs? I ...

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    Heat Advisory Alert. It’s Hot!!! Helpful Links for the City of Houston and the Extreme Heat

    ALERT HOUSTON Heat Advisory for Houston Monday Afternoon.  Residents Seeking Relief May Access City of Houston Cooling Centers   Weather Information The National Weather Service has extended a ...

    On July 23, 2018 / By
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    The Fabulous Gay Bars of Telephone Road

    by John Plueker   The elephant ears by my front porch droop in the afternoon sun. Dad, you raised me on the story of your father building a ...

    On June 12, 2018 / By
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    Accepting the Evidence

    by Jean Sebastien   My neighbor stops me in the street to chat. “Don’t tell me what it is, I can see,” he says. We’re talking about the ...

    On June 12, 2018 / By
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    Grannie

    by Lindsay Gary   5 p.m. Grannie making her way outside. Don’t slam that screen door. Her and grandpa sitting on the porch, telling stories and shooting the ...

    On June 12, 2018 / By
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    Speculations on Speculation

    by Ciarán Finlayson and Jane Foreman   I In its attempts at dematerialization, conceptual art looked for strategies to exit the market and escape the commodity form. It ...

    On June 12, 2018 / By

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    An Opening: Felipe Steinberg

    by Francesca Fuchs   Dear friends, This Saturday, August 25th, 2018 I will be staging an Opening at the Playhouse Theatre. It will begin at 4pm and doors will open ...

    On October 10, 2018 / By
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    In Passing Review by Megan Sparks

    by Megan Sparks Intersectionality and inclusion are trending topics in the art world. Genevieve Gaignard takes on the subject of intersectionality in her photography, mixed media, and installations, ...

    On February 16, 2018 / By
  • Artists: l-r- Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, Kerry James Marshall, and Chantal de Felice- Photo credit - Erinn Horton
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    The Self-Lovers Suite of Confessional Texts: Conversations with the Women in Kerry James Marshall’s Mastry by Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle

    Featured Image: Artists: l-r- Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, Kerry James Marshall, and Chantal de Felice- Photo credit – Erinn Horton Walking through Kerry James Marshall’s retrospective at MOCA in ...

    On May 30, 2017 / By
  • Am I Next? mural with paint, stencil and ink, 2017, Monica Villarreal
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    “7/10/2015 4:27 p.m” by Josie Pickens; review poem of the “How Do I Say Her Name” exhibition

                                                         7/10/2015          4:27 p.m.   that                              moment                       when                           you                           realize the                               words                          SANDRA                      BLAND                      spoke to                                 the                               cop                              who                          abused arrested                       triggered                      ...

    On May 20, 2017 / By
  • Glexis Novoa’s Sin título, (de la Etapa práctica series, 1989)
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    Adiós Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950 at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston by Theresa Escobedo

    Featured image: Glexis Novoa’s Sin título, (de la Etapa práctica series, 1989)   Adiós Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950, an aptly titled exhibition on ...

    On April 18, 2017 / By
  • Jamal Cyrus, BPPGG, 2016 found leather jacket, leather pouches with unspecified contents, polyester fabric, metal curtain rod, wooden hanger, metal hook 72 x 48 x 4 inches
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    I Want To Love You Episode 2

    by Jean Sebastien Boncy   In the main room of Jamal’s new show there’s stuff I’m feeling, there’s stuff I ain’t, but the second room stops me right ...

    On December 19, 2016 / By

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