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An opportunity to study Vicente’s drawings from the 1950s through the 1970s. Eren Johnson, Director of the Archives and Editor of the Esteban Vicente Catalogue [...]
Curated by Arturo Infante Almeida
“We were an Oleo family. Butter was luxury and we were a space age family on a budget. Oleo is where it all started to [...]
Thread, wire, plastic and wool used to explore spatial tension.
A collaborative work investigates the idea of time and physical and psychological space through light and projections.
Sculptures based on the poetry of John Berryman propose a simple question, “Are you afflicted?” and a delicate response, “My friend, I am.”
Snap, click, move and shoot your own stop-motion animation with Lego characters and blocks. Admission: $15 Member, $25 Non-Members. Advance Registration Required.
The long-awaited third edition of the AIA Houston Architectural Guide contains 1,391 entries divided into 29 tours. The new text was written by Stephen Fox [...]
New paintings inspired by an old traditional quilt pattern of interlocking rings.
An installation that explores and combines personal memories of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988) with the constant awareness of life filled with drumbeats of war against [...]
An installation is based on a mid-century flight test facility and launch control station, manned by uniformed assistants.
Selections from more than 300 pages illustrating the 114 suras of the Qur’an by Los Angeles artist Sandow Birk, and ceramics by Elyse Pignolet.
Vicente was the underknown Spanish-born abstract expressionist who exhibited with Rose Fried, Charles Egan, Leo Castelli, and Andre Emmerich, among others; friends included Harold Rosenberg [...]
New micro-collage work accompanied by video projections and live experimental music performances.
9 local and national artists from Grayduck’s past and future. Featuring Regina Allen, Adrian Landon Brooks, Cheryl Finfrock, D.C. Ice, Megan Kimber, Amy Kligman, Amy [...]
A group show of lighting assemblages made from repurposed materials.
50+ boards painted by notable artists including Daniel Anguilu, Gonzo 247, give up, Dual, and Shepard Fairey to benefit a non-profit A-Skate: Autism. Skating with [...]
Brian Williams, Freelance Graphic Designer, MA Candidate in Art History and Criminology, Columbus, OH speaks on Art Crime and Art Crime Detection.
Artist Sean Scully talks about himself as the Second Annual Naomi Turner True Fall Lecture. “If you have Matisse, Mondrian, Rothko, then you’ve got my [...]