Sunday, August 30, 2015

Museum for the Urban Ephemeral: The GASAM

There can't be enough small, niche museums in the world for me.  Which makes me very happy another one has appeared, this time in Space City.  Houston has a pretty rich and interesting graffiti and street art scene, so I hope the Graffiti and Street Art  Museum of Texas (official site & Facebook) takes deep roots.  

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Previously on Neon Poisoning:

Miina Äkkijyrkkä & Daniel Anguilu Should Exhibit Together

Graffiti is Italian: Graffiti in Italy

Paint Fades, Love Endures: Best Graffiti Ever

Wednesday Night Photo Post: Art Out and About

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Dallas Missed Masons and Interesting Oddfellows

While doing my occasional search for things masonic, I found that Domy Books had a show called
"As Above So Below: The Art of The Secret Society" at the Webb Gallery.  The exhibition and Domy are now long gone.

An upcoming Dallas trip to might have me stopping by old Masonic Temple on Hardwood. I'll see what the current owners did to it after they bought it from the Masons.