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The first in a series of monthly showcases celebrating local and regional hip hop and visual artists, held on first Thursdays. Featuring live performances, art [...]
Black imagination, creativity, and commodification are examined through recorded dreams of four volunteers who slept in the gallery, surrounded by shredded cultural objects. Part of [...]
A collaborative film, book, and installation created by students in the UH Mitchell Center’s Collaboration Among the Arts IART class under the guidance of professors [...]
Since the mid-1970s, Holzer has used language as her primary means of expression; many will be familiar with Holzer’s well-known Truisms: PROTECT ME FROM WHAT [...]
J. Todd Allison’s paintings often depict seemingly inconsequential interactions between object and space.
Presented by Ro2 art.
See the what the WPA has been up to this year during their annual exhibit, featuring original prints from WPA members, as well as the [...]
A new form of sculpture that depends on the circumstances, presented in celebration of thirty years of The Art Guys’ collaboration at the 4400 Block [...]
Gonzalez explores unsung heroes using the iconic imageries of construction workers, utility men, landscapers, and street vendors.
Born in 1967 as Maarten Demmink in Goudriaan, the Netherlands, Demiak depicts hurricanes, floods and other natural catastrophes all over the world. Wall sculptures, a [...]
New paintings and works on paper. Oliver was the subject of an article in the October 2012 issue of Texas Monthly. He was also featured [...]
Justin Hunter Allen, Randall Garrett, Daniel Kurt, Michael Mazurek, Michael Wynne focus on the contrasts between the decontextualized artificiality of the gallery space and the [...]
Paintings of ignored gardens and flowers.
The second in a series of monthly one-day street art shows. Artists featured in this show include: Anat, Article, Cielo, Cutthroat, Dual, Lee, Noah Quiles, [...]
Seven gallery artists who have each created three individual works.
Mythology, illusions and psychology inspire Budge’s ceramic work.
Festivities include The Apocalypse Show, The Ornament Show, and a 5th Anniversary Party