Don't miss Molly Glentzer's review of concrete-spring in the Houston Chronicle. Read it here!
Be sure to check out Troy Stanley's interview with Michael Pennywark of Free Press Houston here.
Read New American Painting's review of Rebecca Ward's exhibition shucked & silked here!
Mie Olise just finished an incredible wall painting in Holbæk, Denmark as part of the ongoing "Haw Far Away is the Horizon" project. Be sure to check out all the details here:
"How Far Away is the Horizon"
Mie Olise's "Balloon Danger"
ARTnews has published a review of Mie Olise's recent show Crystal Bites of Dust. See the complete review below.
Five years ago the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau launched the My Houston campaign. They asked the city's celebrity sons and daughters what they love about Houston, and the unscripted results ran in a highly successful print and broad-cast campaign. On the five-year anniversary of that initiative and the 50th anniversary of their organization, they sought to reimagine the campaign through the eyes of local residents who are moving the city forward in imaginative ways. They brought together chefs, artists, performers and others who make the city a dynamic place. The GHCVB worked with those involved in the key industries-food and the arts-to develop a list of potential "cast members." Award-winning Houston photographer Julie Soefer and set designer Maggi Poorman developed and executed a vision for each shoot.
The ads have been featured in the national editions of The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times and regionally in
Texas Monthly, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Forbes, Fortune and Cooking Light.
For more details, please visit visithoustontexas.com/inspired and houstonisinspired.com!
Read Mie's new interview with The Huffington Post and view a slideshow retrospective of her career here.
Click here to read the latest review of Mie Olise's new exhibition, this time at the Houston Press!