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About Hooks-Epstein Galleries Founded in 1969, Hooks-Epstein Galleries, Inc., is one of Houston's longest running art galleries. Representing established, mid-career and emerging artists, the gallery pioneered the museum area while remaining in the forefront as specialists in late 19th century and 20th century representational American, European, and Latin works of art. Along with a particular emphasis on sculpture and works on paper, the gallery is also Houston's premier resource for works in the secondary market. Many of Houston's most prominent art collections include works acquired through Hooks-Epstein Galleries.
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Art Directors Club of Houston The 55th Annual Art Directors Club of Houston Award Showvisit the show site Winners Survival is only 1/3rd of the evolutionary battle. You have to have sex appeal and you have to keep producing. And there's nothing like award-winning work to keep 'em coming back for more. Who survived in 2010?
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Glasstire: Texas visual art online Video: Dave Hickey, part 3: Administrated Art History Glasstire In which Dave bemoans the administration of art history, the permanent reign of postminimalism, and bad social-content art.