Bill Arning most often prefers music that was notoriously referred to in the film High Fidelity as “sad bastard music.” Making connections with audio and [...]
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Wayne Dolcefino will speak on being a reporter, 40+ artists display news-media related art, and including an actual live press conference about a police beating [...]
Lectures by filmmaker and independent curator Peter Lucas, and Rusty Arena, the founder of Arena Design, who will be joined in conversation by Hiram Butler [...]
Rarely-seen prints by master artists from Latin America like Paris-based artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, kinetic artist Sérvulo Esmeraldo, León Ferrari, Gego, and Julio Le Parc.
A special screening of the incredible documentary Art Car: The Movie, hosted by the film’s co-directors, Ford Gunter and Carlton Ahrens of Del Monte Films.
The Texas Biennial presents a special exhibition, co-curated by Michael Duncan and Virginia Rutledge, showcasing current work from Christie Blizard, Marcelyn McNeil, Tom Orr and [...]
Photographs depicting anonymous figures covered in lush faux fur and vivid fabrics in various landscapes.
Susannah Mira employs thousands of laser cut plywood pieces in her installation titled Room Divider.
Paintings of vanishing historic 1920s bungalows.
Soundscapes drawing attention to transitional spaces in Lawndale’s building, such as the elevator, stairwells and a third-floor window.
Thumb In The Eye Wrestling Federation (TITEWF) is hosting a winner take all thumb wrestling championship. One, Two, Three, Four, I declare a thumb war!!!!
Stylized landscape memory paintings that illustrate the places Staley has lived: Texas, Mexico, the Mediterranean and New Mexico.
The many people and creatures that are muses of vernacular artists, focusing on eyes.
A response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, shown in an Airstream trailer in the ALH parking lot. Hours: during the opening Friday night, and [...]
Performances in support of Houston’s history of groundbreaking experimental / D.I.Y. music. In conjunction with the current exhibition, CALL IT STREET ART, CALL IT FINE [...]
Geometric paintings inspired by Edwin Abbott’s 1884 novella Flatland.
Emily Joyce’s recent silkscreen print series interprets tree-rings, knots, and cuts -as startling optical abstractions.
Art Palace’s summer group show featuring gallery artists and friends.
Thirty prints selected from the International Print Center New York’s (IPCNY) forty-fourth Juried Print show.