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Filmmaker Ben Shapiro documents acclaimed photographer Gregory Crewdson’s 10-year quest to create a series of haunting, surreal, and stunningly elaborate portraits of small-town American life. [...]
Thirty works about stimulating thought and forcing the viewer to question and solve. Remember, “Say the name-See the big picture”.
Harris uses a quintessentially Jung-Center mash-up of modern and primitive symbols to express and inspire hope, joy, encouragement, peace, kindness, strategy and imagination, and it [...]
Emily Sloan hosts an interactive Funeral Party, including visitation, drinking, eulogy writing assistance, a funeral service, a funeral sound procession created by the audience along [...]
Turnin’ Headz: Blank Canvas is a monthly showcase celebrating local and regional hip hop and visual artists & is held on the 1st Thursday of [...]
Gilbert, owner of G Gallery in Houston, uses the cremated remains of Americans, uncollected for various reasons, to create works of art.
Artists Nestor Topchy and Robert M. Rosenberg, performing as Gastronanza, invite participants to enter their portable Gelatinearia, a welded steel chapel on wheels, to sample [...]
The second Performance Art Night of Continuum’s six-month residency at AvantGarden, featuring performances by Jajah Gray, Ryan Hawk, Aisen Caro Chacin and Alex Tu, David [...]
GO spotlights Evans’ practice of using junk technology to spark a dialogue concerning the “Dirty New Media” movement in Chicago.
A celebration of silliness for the end of the world. Lets all go out with a giggle.
A group show presents landscapes- actual or fancied, dreams or reminiscences, past or future- present scenarios, artifacts of space and time, by Cari Palazzolo, Ryan [...]
Imagine the floor tiles at Art League have become overgrown with Dark Matter, created when the shredded remains of the deconstructed Black stereotyped objects began [...]
Farmanfarmaian balances techniques and imagery drawn from Islamic decoration with the innovations of the Minimalist avant-garde.
Cantanker’s latest project, an exhibition and catalog, features work exploring the symbolic, personal, apocalyptic, contemplative and humorous themes surrounding “The End”. Selecting work from an [...]
An hour-long performative audio/visual/dance collaboration divided into multiple rooms and transmission stations throughout El Rincon which are sonically synced. Over a dozen projectors & televisions [...]
A text-based performance influenced by Portobelo’s Black Christ Festivals and the mythology of the region which features the Devil as a pivotal figure. Maurice Duhon [...]
The premiere of Bob Briddick’s Big Beautiful Book of Collage, first edition. Proceeds form the sale of Bob’s new book will benefit Houston’s Outreach United. [...]
A performance piece centers on Knight’s experience of being immersed in Afro-Latin culture while in residency at Taller Portobelo Norte Art Residency in Portobelo, Panama [...]
Moreno’s debut solo exhibition: familiar religious iconography reinterpreted in vibrant colors. The Public Trust’s small room will be transformed into a Sour Grapes store, selling [...]