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Abstract, brightly colored paintings by George Mendoza, declared legally blind as a young boy. In spite of his visual handicap he went on to become [...]
Bert Long gave up a career as a chef in the late 1970s to become a full time artist. Drawing upon the traditions of assemblage, [...]
“Forceful and witty” abstract sculptures made from discarded machine parts and salvaged steel. His larger works will be installed on the Museum’s Rooftop Terrace and [...]
A bike tour of venues on the nascent Houston CounterCrawl. The ride starts at Sedition Books (901 Richmond Avenue) at Noon on july 9, stopping [...]
Four artists whose work abstracts and expands the ordinary things in our everyday world, curated by Katie Geha of Austin’s SOFA Gallery.
“For Contemporary Rabbit Month, Sala Diaz presents a single work by Barnaby Whitfield. This arresting portrait of Abraham Lincoln will be coupled with several July [...]
Sacramento street-style fantasy painter John Stuart Berger, specializing in “things that crawl, bite, squirm and slither,” is teamed up with Houston’s urban art educator, GONZO247 [...]
Next up in Arthouse’s Five Artists, Five Weeks video showcase is Jennifer Sullivan (July 6- July 10). In One Week Walden, Sullivan wanders in and [...]
Daniela Comani, Sharon Engelstein, Bryan Florentin, Debora Hunter, Keri Oldham and David Van Ness give sex a dark intellectual spin via Foucault: secrecy, hypocrisy, community, [...]
The American Beast is a collaborative effort between Michael Christopher Matson and Kevin Obregon, two artists “converging points on the American spirit.” Their massive sculpture [...]
Leslie Raymond & Jason Jay Stevens will show selections from 12 years’ worth of work as experimental cinema duo Potter-Belmar Labs. The program includes the [...]
Works by gallery artists including Sandra Langston, Susu Meyer, Randall Reid, Joseph Hammer, Dianne Grammer, Laurel Daniel, Christopher St. Leger, David Leonard, David Everett, Mathew [...]
Works inspired by the Surrealists, much of it created on-site during events held in June. Participating artists include Jennifer Arnold, Grace Barraza Vega, Matthew Barton, [...]
An even bigger show of artworks rejected by the juror of Lawndale Art Center’s Big Show, organized by artist-provocateur Emily Sloan. This second annual Salon [...]
The first large-scale U.S. exhibition of fashion photographer Helmut Newton’s work presents 205 images from Newton’s first three books, White Women (1976), Sleepless Nights (1978), [...]
Five comic-related artists whose work is “beyond the cutting edge. . .in the cut itself.” Benjamin Marra is the creator of the comic books Night [...]
For the inaugural show at Oliver Francis Gallery, RISD MFA candidate and UT Arlington Alum Francisco Moreno will work in the new art space for [...]
San Antonio artist John Cody Williams explores homo-romanticism within ephemeral moments of self-medicating fantasy, adolescent fear and desire, contemplation on death, and ecstasy.
For his first show at the new Cueto James Gallery, Houston artist Jason Ransom makes paintings said to “use oil paint as though the colors [...]