The art world has been rocked by the death of one of its most revered artists.
A young woman named Alice Ghent was fatally shot to death in her apartment in West Houston last week, a crime that sparked an outpouring of grief and anger on social media.
The killing, which has led to a manhunt, has also brought to light the fact that many artists have been targeted.
Many of the victims’ names have not been released, but Ghent’s family said in a statement that they are in mourning.
A few of her most notable works are on display in the gallery of Houston’s Contemporary Art Museum, as well as at the National Gallery of Art.
Below, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite pieces that have appeared on the walls of many of Houstons galleries, from street art to street performers to street vendors.
Art gallery on the rise and changing as more galleries explore their audience Source A group of young men walk through a mural at the Art Gallery of Houston in Houston, Texas, on Feb. 12, 2020.
A group to which Alice Gant was a regular attendee at a local gallery, said in its statement.
“It’s been an honor and a privilege to know Alice Gethons work over the years,” the statement read.
“She would take her time, keep her focus on the work, and bring a lot of energy to her work.
She was also very good with the cameras, and it’s really cool to see her take pictures with them and post them on Instagram.”
The gallery that Alice Gants work was at was known as the Art of the People, which was founded in 1963.
The Art of People gallery opened in 1975 and is now housed in the National Museum of American History.
It is located in a historic building on the corner of East Ninth and First streets.
The gallery has become a hub for Houston artists in recent years.
In 2018, the gallery hosted a series of exhibitions, including an exhibition on contemporary street art that focused on the art of photography, and the upcoming “Proud City” exhibit that will explore how to celebrate Houston’s diverse cultural and ethnic identities.
This year, the Whitney Museum of Art will host an exhibition exploring contemporary street artists, along with other exhibitions, in addition to a major exhibition of street art from around the world.
The Whitney’s exhibitions focus on artists who are working with modern technologies, such as digital cameras and drones.
This includes an exhibition called “L.A. Lights,” which is designed to highlight the work of urban street artists.
“The Whitney has a tremendous collection of the world’s most celebrated artists and it is really exciting to be able to bring that collection to Houston,” Whitney curator John A. Sullivan told the Houston Chronicle in 2017.
“We want to bring to life their unique vision of our city.”