Last week, a man dressed in a suit and sunglasses casually spray-painted the word “conquista” and stenciled a bull over a 1929 Picasso at the Menil Collection before walking out.
With less than two weeks until the general election, signs in Lubbock and Beaumont have been defaced and stolen.
The famous installation in Far West Texas continues to incite debate over art and commerce.
Someone scrawled “Obama” in uppercase letters over the green highway sign that marks the location of the unincorporated community located southwest of Fort Worth.
The rivalry continues off the field: A “This is SEC Country” billboard in North Austin was defaced with University of Texas colors over the weekend.
The Menil removed “The Art Guys Marry a Plant,” a controversial performance piece, from its collection, a move that is stirring up Houston’s art scene once again.
Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst is ousted, and investigators in El Paso found out who vandalized two billboards with narco-like messaging.