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Are you ready for a mountain film festival? A different kind of movie magic rolls into Houston

By Tyler Rudick

After a sold-out inaugural run at Rice University in 2012, the Mountainfilm on Tour festival is rolling back to Houston for a second year with two evenings of documentary films dedicated to ec ...

the new view

Insider's guide to the Texas Contemporary Art Fair: Get a sneak peek at art that lives

By Tyler Rudick

Texas Contemporary — the younger, more affordable of Houston's two fall art fairs — will open its doors Thursday night with a wild opening party. ...

Houston Arts Alliance Works

Art in the City: Sculptures in everyday places that demand your attention

By Tyler Rudick

After the success of Ai Weiwei's monumental Zodiac Heads and the announcement of Konstantin Dimopoulos' forthcoming "blue trees" project, the Houston Arts Alliance and its Ci ...

Calendar Closeup

Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events

By Joel Luks

On tap this week, I bring you a diverse cross section of what's nifty about this city, which often feels like a town where everyone knows your name. Read on to learn how to partake in agility d ...

His Minimal Side

From the Bird's Nest to Houston: China-confined Ai Weiwei gets his work shown off at Architecture Center

By Tyler Rudick

Ai Weiwei is an artist known for working in an impressive range of mediums, including installations, photography and curatorial efforts. Yet, while one of his most successful works — the ...

a long strange trip

Circle of life: Artist Ai Weiwei's public installation turns heads at Hermann Park

By Tyler Rudick

When 800-pound animal heads are unloaded from a truck in Hermann Park, people tend to stop and stare. It's not as strange as it sounds, actually . . . The bronze noggins are part of Ci ...

First World Problems

Kate Middleton beaten for Time magazine's Person of the Year by "icky" protestors

By Whitney Radley

Since 1927, as each year comes to an end, the editors of Time magazine select "the person or persons who most affected the news and our lives, for good or ill, and embodied what was important ...

Contemporary Arts Coup

Get ready for 800-pound heads: Ai Weiwei's Chinese zodiac art headed to Hermann Park

By Steven Thomson

A zoo of Chinese zodiac animal heads will soon rise above the green of Hermann Park. The artwork, "Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads," is the first significant public art project by Ai Weiwe ...

Miami Messenger

Houston entourage set to soak up Art Basel Miami Beach

By Steven Thomson

Wednesday morning's first Continental flight from IAH to MIA was awash with Houston art scene A-listers, all on board for a slice of the sizzle happening this week at North America's larges ...

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