Plus, a hip-hop powerhouse from Houston, an immersive history exhibit in Austin, and a fictional boy genius in East Texas.
The artist's collaborative creation, like her other work, is deeply rooted in the communities she works with.
Plus, Tom Morello’s SXSW magic, a cancer researcher celebrated, and hand-painted jean jackets.
RAICES brings a challenging immersive experience to an event overrun by corporate brand ”activations.”
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the newly minted Texas Medal of Arts winner offers behind-the-scenes glimpses of classic sessions with Kurt Cobain, Willie Nelson, and Donald Trump.
Texas Monthly Recommends: Soaking Up the Sounds on Saturday Night with Joe Nick Patoski’s ‘Texas Music Hour of Power’
Plus, explosive photography from Austin, instrumentals from Billy Preston, and a podcast investigation of Anna Nicole Smith.
How ‘Checkpoint Carlos,’ a Work of Art Along the Texas Border, Was Inspired by Memories of the Berlin Wall
As government land seizures roil the Valley, a German-born artist points to stark historical parallels.
Ruby City, Adjaye’s first building in Texas, is the vision of the late Linda Pace, and will house her personal collection.
”The Upshaws of County Line,” a new book and exhibit currently at Museum of the Big Bend, chronicles a safe haven established by African American Texans.
In "Texas From Above," photographer Jay B. Sauceda captured the varied edges of Texas, from South Padre Island to the Panhandle.
It’s Whataburger as we always imagined it.
Georgia O'Keeffe's talented younger sister was forgotten by art historians. A new exhibit in Dallas aims to shed light on her work.
The San Antonio Twitter legend mobilizes a quarter-million followers to advocate for social justice (and sell a few books).
Troy Aikman can finally get the plate of his dreams.
The $40 million building is the most significant addition to the Menil campus in decades.
How a New York guerrilla artist has been stumping for Beto O'Rourke through mysterious coins.
An exhibition on police brutality prompts allegations, shutdown after curator is dismissed.
After six months of renovations, the Houston cultural institution is back.
The campus chapter of It’s On Us brought awareness to its community by displaying the clothing that survivors were wearing when assaulted.
The Nextdoor for Houston's Candlelight Oaks neighborhood isn't just for finding lost dogs anymore.
Texans are no strangers to long drives. Whether cruising from Mission to South Padre Island to spot great kiskadees, from Turkey to Lubbock while blasting Waylon Jennings, or catching the remote vistas from Marfa to Chinati Hot Springs, Texans often get to
The show, playing in Dallas May 24 through 26, explores how people communicate with emergent technologies.
Call it a comeback—for now.
"I think women want to be seen on the same world stage as any male artist, any white artist—any artist at all. There’s no push to take identity away in art as a means to address bias, but every artist wants their work to be taken out of a demographic."
To make the illustrations for Lawrence Wright’s new book, California-based David Danz had to get to know the Lone Star state.
Artists Ana Fernandez and Cruz Ortiz on finding inspiration in their hometown.
The author of a new biography on John and Dominique de Menil tells the story of how one of the world’s great museums wound up in Texas.
Anish Kapoor's sculpture has prompted an unusual conversation between the two cities with the biggest inferiority complexes in America.
We talked to William Middleton about his double biography of Dominique and John de Menil, which has been over a decade in the making.
Richard Overton, 111-year-old Austin resident, is still loving life.
The West Texan has sold more art than Picasso.
A summit on art and activism at Houston’s Day for Night festival pulled no punches.
A lush new coffee table book highlights the Austin florist’s unexpected designs, which combine found objects like skulls and odd antiques with lush beauty.
Ken Robison has been an artist for decades, but when he was asked to make the State Fair's butter sculpture, he got to use a new medium.