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A San Antonio Art Show Quietly Foregrounds Migrants’ Stories

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More people are displaced than ever before — nearly 69 million. The scale of that crisis is hard to grasp, but visitors to One to Another will see it in a new light.
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Isn’t It Iconic?

The price tag on a new public sculpture in San Antonio renews a 20-year debate over whether a city program creates art — or just controversy.

The price tag on a new public sculpture in San Antonio renews a 20-year debate over whether a city program creates art — or just controversy....Read More

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Growing Up a Texas-Mexican Woman

In a new book celebrating Tejanas in literature and art, Laura M. Lopez muses on memories that carry culture and identity from one generation to the next.

In a new book celebrating Tejanas in literature and art, Laura M. Lopez muses on memories that carry culture and identity from one generation to the next....Read More

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Captive Genius

From the isolation of a psych ward, Mexican immigrant Martín Ramírez became a 20th century master.

From the isolation of a psych ward, Mexican immigrant Martín Ramírez became a 20th century master. The content of Ramírez’s drawings shows that he was d...Read More

Mark Rothko with “No. 7,” 1960. Photograph attributed to Regina Bogat. by

Houston’s Absent Son

The Bayou City displays the personal collection of its beloved-in-absentia Mark Rothko.

The Bayou City displays the personal collection of its beloved-in-absentia Mark Rothko....Read More

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Reinventing Texas

History takes the stage in Palo Duro Canyon

Produced annually by the Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation, "Texas" is the best-attended outdoor history drama in the nation. Though it debuted 50 years ago, ...Read More

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