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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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Houston Chronicle: H-E-B lobs a new weapon in the grocery wars: Art

H-E-B engaged the Weingarten Art Group to curate site-specific works by regional artists to add a sense of placemaking to new locations popping up all over the city. Houston Chronicle’s Molly Glentzer recognized the innovative approach and featured the program alongside an interview with H-E-B president Scott McClelland. In its drive to dominate the Houston market’s grocery store wars,…

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From Houston Chron: Marking the 20th anniversary of Frank Stella’s Houston swirls

Weingarten Art Group principal Lea Weingarten is serving as the Consulting Director of the Public Art of the University of Houston System program. In that role, WAG’s primary responsibility is to usher the Collection forward strategically through publication of a monograph (the Collection’s first), creating engaging events and programming, and a temporary public art program designed to…

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TimeOut Austin: A world-renowned artist is creating giant stick sculptures in Austin

TimeOut Austin features a WAG public art project in collaboration with Pease Park Conservancy. A sculptural environment by Patrick Daugherty is scheduled to open to the public on Feb. 10. The park will host a talk with the artist and firm principal Lea Weingarten on January 22 at the Dougherty Arts Center. The TimeOut Austin Editor writes: “We all…

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