Art In America

Roving Eye: Ready for the Readymade

My colleagues and I are finalizing plans for "It is what it is. Or is it?" which opens May 1, and will be the first show I've curated since my arrival at the Contemporary Art Museum, Houston (CAMH). The exhibition features works by 18 artists and...

Roving Eye: International Festivals

Galveston, Texas, on the Gulf of Mexico, is a 45-minute drive from Houston. It was the state's first capitol, and though it's been wiped out by numerous hurricanes, it clings on resiliently.

Roving Eye: Deep In (and out of) the Heart of Texas

There's been a recent influx of New Yorkers to the Texas art scene: Bill Arning to Contemporary Arts Museum Houston; Regine Basha to Artpace; Steven Evans to the Linda Pace Foundation and Gary Tinterow to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, not to...

Roving Eye: Go Big or Go Home

Last July, I moved to Houston from Brooklyn to take a position as curator at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH), joining an inspiring team that includes director Bill Arning and senior curator Valerie Cassel Oliver. I'm fortunate to have...

Roving Ei: The Avant-Garde Crowd

My art week was minimal and partial. By the end it turned out grand. I had hundreds of errands to do and only one date circled on my calendar, or clicked, whatever, and it was to get to MPA's performance at Leo Koenig. In September she did the first...

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