Thursday, October 4, 2012

Pan Recommends for the week of October 4 through October 10

Here's what looks good this week. Let us know if we overlooked something special!


Paperwork, a group show at Darke Gallery, October 5, 2012 from 6–9 pm. Works on paper by Wendy Wagner, Lillian Warren, Lovie Olivia, Rabéa Ballin, Kia Nell, Steven J. Miller and John Adelman. This is especially notable because it features Wendy Wagner's first new work since her brain surgery in May.

Joey Fauerso: Interior at David Shelton Gallery on October 5, 2012 from 6–8 pm. Fauerso did a funny naked video last year at Box 13, and it looks like the nakedness will continue at David Shelton Gallery. Excellent.


Zinefest at Super Happy Fun Land on October 6th, 2012 from 3pm - 8pm. I thought the internet had pretty much killed zines, but I guess their are people who prefer physical objects over electrons and protons. You can meet a bunch of them at Zinefest!

Daniel McFarlane: In Industry at the Galveston Arts Center on October 6, 2012 from 5–9 pm. Tough call! Lots of interesting stuff happening in Houston Saturday night, but this Daniel McFarlane exhibit in Galveston is sure to be a winner. I hate it when that happens.

Winter Street and Spring Street Studios Fall Artist Exhibition at the Winter Street Studios on October 6, 2012 from 5–10 pm. 110 artists will be there showing off their stuff, including the uncategorizable Solomon Kane (the artist, not the vampire-fighting Puritan).

Ariane Roesch: Simple Machines and Simple Dreams at Redbud Gallery on October 6, 2012 from 6–9 pm. Looks like more glowy artwork from Ariane Roesch. And we love glowy art.



  1. Joey's show opens tomorrow night! Be sure to come out to David Shelton for the reception. 6-8pm. The artist will be present.

  2. Whoops, sorry about that. I've changed it. Joey Fauerso--FRIDAY NIGHT, not Saturday night.

  3. David Brauer is showing prints from his private collection (from his Pop Art exhibition that was at the Menil in2001) at the Jung center, opening tonight 6-8 talk at 6:30. make sure and try to get by... at some point. A whole lotta history over there and work from RIP Ronald Kitaj and Gerald Laing. pretty cool I must say.