Austin-based Veronica Ceci makes timely art about those who clean up other people’s messes.
Michael Agresta, an Austin resident, has written for Slate, the Atlantic and the Wall Street Journal.
Articles by Michael Agresta
Jovita Idár, born in Laredo in 1885, has only recently begun to gain proper recognition as a pivotal figure in Texas and transborder history.
An upcoming documentary and book mark the suffrage centennial, focused on Texas contributions.
The wildly imaginative Brownsville painter fuses pop culture with abstraction, family life, and his love of South Texas.
From a cosmic piñata to “Aztechnonauts,” sculptor Angel Cabrales envisions an alternate history defined by Latinx creativity.
Jose Villalobos’ art redresses the macho traditions of norteño culture.
In San Antonio, two artists explore hidden geometries of the city.
Houston artist Prince Varughese Thomas blurs boundaries of politics, medium and identity.
In Houston, an exhibit of vibrant, playful Egúngún costumes speaks to Nigerian tradition and migration.
Poignant awards-season fare, Boy Erased makes the case against the Christian “cure” for homosexuality.