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WAG In The News

Glasstire: New Heights H-E-B Store Features Permanent Installation by Elaine Bradford

Glasstire‘s Brandon Zech publishes an article featuring an going series of WAG-curated public art installation at H-E-B. The San Antonio-based grocer engaged the Weingarten Art Group to curate, project manage and install a series of site-specific works that add local flavor and meaning to the physical environment. For the new Heights location, WAG matched H-E-B with local…

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PaperCity: 70-Million-Year-Old Turtle, a Beautiful Memorial Mansion and Beetle Mania Makes This Anything But Just Another Night

Some private collectors have such a penchant for art and design that their holdings take centerstage in every aspect of their lives. Such is the case for Houstonian Kelli Weinzierl, the home of whom was the setting for Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s yearly women-only fundraiser. The home was decorated by longtime Weingarten Art Group collaborator Lucinda Loya, while…

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CultureMap on GUST: Eye-catching public art installation blows into Discovery Green this winter

CultureMap arts and culture writer Tarra Gaines visits Weingarten Art Group’s newest public art installation in the heart of Downtown Houston. GUST by Mexican collective Cocolab transforms the park’s promenade of mature live oak trees into a playful environment that offers creative reflection and interactivity. The installation continues a strategic plan created in consultation with…

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Houston Chronicle: GUST of art is blowing into Discovery Green

Houston Chronicle‘s Craig Hlavaty features Weingarten Art Group’s latest public art installation at Discovery Green, Downtown Houston’s “green village” that has added vibrant programming to the city’s core. As with previous installation as part of a strategic plan, GUST by Mexican collective Cocolab offers an immersive environment that speaks to the playfulness of Houstonians while highlighting…

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