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Margaret Blagg, former director of the Old Jail Art Center, curator Jim Edwards, journalist Bill Marvel, and Becky Duval Reese, former Director of the El [...]
A retrospective exhibition and catalog of the career of Texas artist Zanne Hochberg (1931 – 2001). Hochberg was a pioneer abstract artist, out of sync [...]
Art League Houston’s 2011 Texas Artist of the Year exhibition featuring psycho-collagist and native Houstonian Mary McCleary.
Wall Paper as Art: If You Sprinkle When You Tinkle, a hand-painted wallpaper installation by Houston artist Heather Bause in the Art League Houston’s main [...]
Contemporary Islamic art, featuring the work of Dallas-based Pakistani artist Simeen Farhat, and Houston-based Iraqi artist Mohammed Al Shammarey. Farhat’s cast resin sculptures explode from [...]
Twin solo exhibitions featuring Liz Penniman & Becky Joye. On view Sept 11-12 from 12-4pm and by appointment through September 18th
Sparagana’s newest magazine reconstructions use imagery that depicts the unfolding or aftermath of tumultuous world events. In some of these new works, Sparagana has introduced [...]
Works on paper and canvas: seemingly imprecise in their imagery, austere in palette, self-absorbed in feeling, their surfaces gritty and un-ingratiating, Komarin’s paintings can nevertheless [...]
Landscape triptychs photographed from multiple vantage points, yet convincingly presented as a single landscape by Chaddy Dean Smith, and Andrew Douglas Underwood’s museum-esque displays cataloging [...]
Founder of the FBI’s Art Crime Team Robert Wittman went deep undercover to infiltrate the dark world of international art thieves and black market traders, [...]
NY artist Rushing’s highly finished paintings of stylized interiors coax viewers into an unworldly land where they must navigate fluid walls and fractured glass.
Sculpture, carbon drawings, embroidery and cut paper pieces from the winner of last year’s $50,000 Hunting Art Prize. San Antonio-based Lester’s “Frankenstein Flora” are an [...]
Organic, ambiguous forms built of various mediums and applied colors, Sanchez’s work resembles nature more than anything man-made.
San Antonio-based Kelly O’Connor’s first one-person show with David Shelton Gallery features new collage, paper and installation works.
In cooperation with The Nancy Graves Foundation, Texas Gallery will juxtapose paintings and cast bronze sculptures that naturally flow from three dimensions into two and [...]
German painter Albert Oehlen and American painter Christopher Wool have immersed themselves in various musical activities; this exhibition, curated by John Corbett, brings together an [...]
Transgender models strike poses beside landmarks in Texas’ most conservative metroplex. 214 Trans4m aims to capture Dallas’ history, architecture and stereotypes, all while straddling the [...]
Cuban painter Luis Abreux’s insular surrealism may have the “vivid colors reminiscent of his native Cuba”, and the “dynamism of the topics,” but his Master’s [...]
Christopher Bingham’s paintings of neon signage offer a glimpse of the glory days, capturing the essence of the seedy motels and smoke filled rooms of [...]
An exhibition of photographs and handmade books.