2014 HFAF Launch Party Photos

May 31, 2014 in Photos, Photos & Videos

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Culture Map Houston 2013 Art Fair Photos

September 22, 2013 in Photos

Works by Jonas Mekas on display at the Deborah Colton Gallery booth. Photo by Julie Knutson

Works by Jonas Mekas on display at the Deborah Colton Gallery booth. Photo by Julie Knutson

Source: Culture Map Houston | Sep 21, 2013

After a one-time stint at the Reliant Center in 2012, the Houston Fine Art Fair (HFAF) returns to its original home at the George R. Brown Convention Center this weekend with 80-plus galleries and a full schedule of programming.

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Reasons to Go the the Houston Fine Art Fair

September 22, 2013 in Photos

Xul Solar, Dulo Mi More, 1961, tempera on paper, 17 x 21 cm

Xul Solar, Dulo Mi More, 1961, tempera on paper, 17 x 21 cm

Source: The Great God Pan Is Dead | Sep 21, 2013

Some writers have suggested that the Houston Fine Art Fair is full of bad art, but personally, I found lots to like there. Here’s some of the good stuff. At dpm gallery from Equador, Pablo Cardoso had a series of small 120 paintings on paper called Lago Agrio-Sour Lake. Each one is monochromatic–brown, blue, brown, etc.–and is a painting of a photograph. The images each depict a small bottle of water…

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2013 Opening Preview Photos

September 20, 2013 in Photos

2013 Photos from Houston Chronicle

September 20, 2013 in Photos

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Guests browse the booths at the opening night of the Houston Fine Arts Fair at the George R. Brown Convention Center Thursday Sept.19 2013.(Dave Rossman photo)

Source: Houston Chronicle | Sep 20, 2013

The Houston Fine Art Fair is back for a third year, bringing 84 galleries from 12 countries and 34 cities to the George R. Brown Convention Center. The Latin contingent is strong again, and the Korean government is sponsoring a 14-gallery, 150-artist pavilion — partly to promote its own fair.

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HFAF Photo Highlights of 2012

September 28, 2012 in Photos

HFAF Reception & Panel Discussion at Asia Society TX Center

September 26, 2012 in In The News, Photos

Source: Asia Society Texas Center | Sep. 15, 2012

Big A$* art connoisseurs Judy Nyquist and Lee Ellis for a breakfast blowout at the Glassell School. Eat some food art, quaff a breakfast cocktail, and hop of the train to HFAF. You’ll only find a party like this in a big a$* state like Texas. Sponsored by H-E-B.

Source: Asia Society Texas Center | Sep. 15, 2012