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Houston Chronicle: Apartment developers using art to entice renters

  The Houston Chronicle’s Molly Glentzer, staff art critic, recently interviewed Weingarten Art Group’s Principal Lea Weingarten about the increased appetite for personal, non-generic experiences in private and work spaces by including art as an amenity. This has emerged as a critical tool in new real estate developments. WAG is at the forefront of this…

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National Accolades

Two WAG projects included in CODAworx 2019 top 100!

We are proud to announce that two of Weingarten Art Group’s 2018 Houston public art installations have been included in the CODAawards top 100 list! Our installations “GUST” by Cocolab and “Spatial Chromointerference” by Carlos Cruz-Diez are among the top 100 projects selected by the CODAworx jurors, chosen from 435 project submissions from more than…

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Artwork Archive: Open House on the List of Public Art That Wowed in 2018

Artwork Archive named one of WAG’s curated and project managed installations on the list of “Public Art That Wowed in 2018.” The work—Open House by Havel Ruck Projects, a collaboration between Houston-based artists Dan Havel and Dean Ruck—began with sourcing a small 1940s house that was originally located in Santa Fe, Texas. The house was relocated…

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