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Performances of compositions commissioned by Diverseworks from Nigel Deane, Mark Buller, and Phillip Elder Nigel Deane: Pop Construction in Common Liter. Performers: Regina Chavez, Dino [...]
Big, bigger, and biggest photographs reveal a decades-long movement to make dramatic enlargements that sharply influence viewer interaction and interpretation.
Art by North Texas High School Art Students. This year’s jurors include: LauraLee Brott – Membership Coordinator, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary; Lucy Kirkman – Artist [...]
Cronin is heavily influenced by pop culture. The bright colors and sounds of punk rock, skateboarding, MTV, graffiti and the youthful, push-it-to-the-limit attitude of his [...]
A showcase of art by 20 Meadows alumni from the classes of 2000-2012, including Susan Barnett, Benjamin Bascombe, Sara Bowen, Mariya Dimov, Susan Edwards, Michael [...]
Luminous hyper-real images juxtaposing common objects against classically rendered nudes.
Digitally manufactured compositions investigate the assumed veracity of the photographic image.
The McNay hosts dealers from around the U.S. who bring prints, drawings, watercolors, and photographs to show and sell. Saturday, March 2, from 10am–5pm, Sunday, [...]
Surrealistic and symbolic works represent the struggle between the forces of good and evil.
Research into botanical-based pharmaceuticals led to stylized portraits of plants used in cancer-fighting drugs.
A group exhibition explores the integration of natural and technological systems.
The Eccentric Center: New Works by Brent Kollock / Earth Rhythms: Paintings by Michael Roque Collins
Kollock focuses on eccentricity and the human psyche.
10 lithograph and intaglio prints completed by the artist at ULAE over the past twenty years.
A discussion with the new media artist and activist about her new work, In the Realm of Rare and Analogous Accidents. Local film historian and [...]
Lacquerware, inlaid with tiny flakes of gold, silver, and mother of pearl, was one of the highest forms of art among aristocratic Japanese families; it [...]
UH’s Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series: Materiality presents Kathleen Stewart, Professor and Chair of Anthropology at UT, Austin. Her first book, A Space on [...]
Archival photographs, chronicling Wheeler’s life experiences through the present, curated by Arturo Infante Almeida, curator for the UTSA art collection.
Photographs of Houston’s vibrant art scene, paired with original works from Houston’s street artists.