Jessica Fuentes and William Sarradet discuss the art they saw and the art spaces they visited in Laredo, McAllen, Corpus Christi, Rockport, Harlingen, and beyond.
“One of my favorite things about traveling around Texas and going to different museums and galleries is seeing works by familiar artists in different spaces, because each space adds to the context and perception of the work, and can really change the way you view it.”
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—Glasstire: Rockport Center for the Arts Opens New 1.2-Acre, $12.5 Million Campus
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—Glasstire: Art Dirt: A Visit to the Texas Panhandle, Part 2