Collision: The Contemporary Art Scene in Houston, 1972-1985

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction 1
  • One 7
  • 1- Culture on a Corner 9
  • 2- Art Came to Houston 16
  • 3- Lefty 50
  • 4- 10 68
  • 5- A New Direction 80
  • 6- Jim 86
  • 7- 12/Texas 93
  • 8- Museum Quality 107
  • 9- The Art of Texas 118
  • 10- Radical Chic 132
  • 11- Intermission 142
  • 12- Rebirth 160
  • 13- Climax 171
  • Two 191
  • 14- The Women’s Caucus 193
  • 15- The Dinner Party 211
  • 16- Mimi versus the Museum 223
  • 17- A Room of One’s Own 233
  • Three 241
  • 18- Fire 243
  • 19- Surls 251
  • 20- Brothers and Sisters 259
  • 21- POW Wow 265
  • 22- 1980 278
  • 23- Sumfest, the Panther, and the Art Guys 291
  • 24- Wobbling 305
  • 25- A Houston Art Center 316
  • 26- Collision 336
  • Four 355
  • 27- Marzio 357
  • 28- Fresh Paint 362
  • 29- Dynamic Pioneers 375
  • 30- A Houston School 390
  • 31- The Big Show 409
  • Epilogue 421
  • Appendix- A Houston Timeline, 1972 – 85 427
  • Notes 445
  • Selected Bibliography 459
  • Index 463
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