Lea Weingarten began the Weingarten Art Group in 2006, after more than fifteen years’ experience of working with public and private art collections in achieving their collecting goals.

WAG In The News

WAG In The News: The Art of the Development – Midway’s Innovative Program Brings Creative Color

Houston-based Midway is a real estate investment and development firm that approached WAG to curate fresh and engaging rotating and permanent programs at several of their properties around the Houston metro area. We have worked with them and several area partners such as Aurora Picture Show, Sawyer Yards, as well as bringing dynamic and innovative…

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Jim Lambie: The Master of Cool

When hunting for art that’s downright cool, the “richly saturated, lightly psychedelic” work of Jim Lambie always hits the high notes. Equipped with a lesser-known, but highly influential musical background, Lambie has been rocking art enthusiasts with his visually stunning works and installations for two decades now.  Reflective is the key word when it comes…

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Houston Chronicle: Discovery Green Celebrates Houston’s Unsung Heroes in Tree Projections

Discovery Green’s 2020 winter public art installation titled “Monuments” by Australian artist Craig Walsh honors Houston Heroes by projecting slow-motion videos of their faces onto the park’s large live oak trees. Houston Chronicle‘s Arts and Culture writer Molly Glentzer describes the installation as: Walsh’s monuments are visual whispers, not shouts. And trees provide a canvas…

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