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After nearly two years behind bars, Menil graffiti tagger talks prison, parole and his Picasso attack

By Tyler Rudick

More than two years after spray-painting a Picasso at the Menil Collection, Uriel Landeros says he still receives the occasional piece of hate mail. But fresh from a 20-month stint in the Texa ...

Stop, Look and Listen

Falling in love with Georges Braque: MFAH exhibit chronicles artist's revolutionary journey

By Joel Luks

Come with curator Alison de Lima Greene on a tour of the new Georges Braque exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. ...

Dead Doctor Mystery

Dead hand doctor mystery deepens: Homes in NY, Miami and Houston full of guns, erotic surprises

By Tyler Rudick

Before his sudden and mysterious death earlier this month, Michael Brown was known for drug-addled public outbursts and continually violent confrontations with women. But recent inven ...

Inside an art coup

Great art mystery takes center stage in Houston: There's a secret underneath a Picasso treasure

By Tyler Rudick

There's a secret lurking beneath Woman Ironing, the 1904 canvas that greets visitors as they step into Picasso Black and White at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Produced i ...

Audio Photo Essay

Inside Houston's highly-anticipated Picasso show: Expert delves deep to give exclusive insights

By Joel Luks

As far as art exhibitions go, the most profound are rooted in a simple idea. Picasso Black and White at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston fits that bill. ...

Exhibit opens Feb. 24

Wooly mammoth: Rare Picasso tapestry unveiled in advance of "Black and White" show

By Tyler Rudick

Art handlers carefully hung a tapestry of Picasso's Guernica at the MFAH on Friday, marking the first step towards the museum's anticipated Picasso Black and White exhibition opening o ...

the saga continues

After six months on the lam, alleged Picasso tagger turns himself in to authorities

By Tyler Rudick

The Houston artist accused of spray-painting a Picasso work at the Menil Collection in June 2012 turned himself in to authorities on Tuesday afternoon. After half a year on the lam in northern ...

art world insight

What every art collector should know: Renowned art dealer Michael Findlay shares his secrets at Menil

By Tyler Rudick

Art dealer Michael Findlay has been a towering figure in the New York art world for decades, from his early days at one of Soho's first galleries in the mid-1960s to the Christie's&nbs ...

15 Minutes of Infamy?

Menil Picasso vandal's own paintings are spray painted: His art show debut turns into a circus

By Tyler Rudick

Struggling artist and Menil Picasso vandal Uriel Landeros had quite the October . . . Not only did he get his first solo show at the age of 22, but he had the Associated Press and the New York ...

Art world drama

Facebook war: Outlaw Picasso tagger's gallery debut spurs online dispute in Houston arts community

By Tyler Rudick

Uriel Landeros may have fled the country after tagging a 1929 Picasso at the Menil Collection in June, but the Houston artist is as controversial as ever — thanks to a nasty Facebook war surr ...

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