‘Mobius Houston’, la obra artística que es exhibida en la ciudad y que toda la comunidad puede disfrutar

La escultura acrílica a gran escala está en las instalaciones de la Universidad de Houston. María Gaztambide, directora y curadora jefe del sistema de arte público de la institución educativa...

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Mobius Rising: Geometric shape takes Houston by storm

Houston Chronicle, 11/29/19: The mobius strip, a geometrical object with no beginning and end, is gaining popularity in public art and among corporations, which view it as a way to symbolize transformation, evolution and innovation.

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Luis Jimenez, Fiesta Jarabe, 1991–1993

Public Art of the UH System celebrates 50 years

The Public Art of the University of Houston System (Public Art UHS) celebrated its 50th anniversary this year. Included in that celebration is the Nov. 6 release of the book, “On Site: 50 Years of Public Art of the University of Houston System,” which commemorates the University of Houston (UH) as the first Texas university to initiate a public art program in 1966, which was formally approved in 1969.

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Frank Stella, Euphonia, 1997

University of Houston dazzles with colorful bash celebrating 50 years of public art

CultureMap, Oct. 28, 2019: From Frank Stella to Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein to Dorothy Hood, John Biggers to James Surls, the University of Houston has collected art from some of the greatest contemporary artist and put it on display for the whole of Houston to see for the past 50 years.

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Remembering The Art Guys’ Michael Galbreth

Public Art of the University of Houston System Honors ‘The Statue of Four Lies’ Co-Creator

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Newsletter

Public Art UHS Summer 2019 Newsletter

The Summer 2019 newsletter includes the latest news involving the collection, highlights various pieces, programs and events, and provides links to relevant news about the public art field.

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Public Art UHS April/May 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the newsletter for the Public Art of the University of Houston System. It includes the latest news involving the collection, highlighting various pieces, programs and events, and providing links to relevant news about the public art field.

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