Through the use of personal objects, rare documents and photographs, “Uprooted” highlights the experiences of two Jewish families featuring materials from Holocaust Museum Houston’s Permanent [...]
Author: Michael Bise
This exhibition features 58 photographs revealing WWII as seen through the lens of important Soviet photojournalists. Printed over six decades, the collection includes works by [...]
Manuel Espinosa: Paintings and Works on Paper, 1960s and 1970s and Carmelo Arden Quin: Paintings, Collages, Mobiles Works from the 1930s to the 1970s
Sicardi Gallery presents the paintings and works on paper of Argentine artist Manuel Espinosa (1960s and 1970s ) as well as work by the Uruguayan artist Carmelo Arden [...]
Art Palace presents the first retrospective of Alissa Blumenthal (1899-1995), an American painter of the 20th-century, whose work has received increasing attention since its rediscovery [...]
McClain Gallery presents a new exhibition by super-famous American artist Eric Fischl. Cast & Drawn explores his work in bronze, glass, watercolor and collage.
Illustrator Vincent Fink presents a collection of sumi-ink drawings known as The Atlas Metamorphosis Project. The folks at El Rincon Social recently made a big [...]
American artist Soo Sunny Park creates a new installation for Rice University Art Gallery. This site-specific work will be a suspended structure made from shaped chain link [...]
Artists Clare Finin, Rebecca Drolen, Robert Thomas Mullen and Deme Wolfe-Power investigate memory and remembrance in works that pay homage to memento mori objects with the [...]
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the longest-running independent and experimental film festival in North America. Aurora Picture Show is proud to bring this unique [...]
Unforgotten takes the intricate handkerchief drawings of Karen Hillier and the whimsical chair-based sculpture of Clay McClure to create an environment that sparks feelings of [...]
Kelly Alison is an American artist primarily working in a rural area south of Houston, Texas. Pick Your Poison is an allegorical apocalypse in which [...]
A singular figure in American art who experienced significant recognition and painful isolation during his life – and whose fame has waxed and waned since [...]
Jennifer McNichols and Emily Peacock work with the subject of food and offer a close and witty examination of what we eat.
Kicking off the spring film series, this documentary looks at visionary Japanese architect Tadao Ando on the tenth anniversary of his ambitious design for The [...]