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    Anton Vidokle: Immortality for All: A Film Trilogy on Russian Cosmism

    Blaffer Art Museum

    Last Chance - February 16 through March 24, 2018

    "In Immortality for All: A Film Trilogy on Russian Cosmism by Anton Vidokle, the artist explores Russian Cosmism’s influence on the 20th century and its relevance to the present day. Combining ideas from the Western Enlightenment, Eastern philosophy, Russian Orthodox religion and Marxism, this utopian philosophy inspired a wide range of thinkers until it was driven underground by Stalinism in the late 1920s."

    The Future Is Certain; It’s the Past Which Is Unpredictable

    Blaffer Art Museum

    Last Chance - February 17 through March 24, 2018

    "The Future Is Certain; It’s the Past Which Is Unpredictable is an exhibition about the perception of time and history, about how the past can reassert itself in the present and the future." The exhibition includes work by the artists and collectives Tacita Dean, Felix Kalmenson. Maria Loboda, Jonas Mekas (with Johnston Sheard and Justė Kostikovaitė), Deimantas Narkevičius, Robertas Narkus, Emily Newman, Goda Palekaitė and Monika Lipšic, Jura Shust, Emilija Škarnulytė, Slavs and Tatars and Juan Pablo Villegas.


    5926 Moonmist Drive

    Last Chance - March 17 through 24, 2018

    Moonmist is a pop-up exhibition featuring artists Virginia Lee Montgomery, Ryan Hawk, Yue Nakayama, Alex Goss, and Shana Hoehn.

    Michael O'Brien: Thanks in Advance

    Bill's Junk

    Last Chance - March 9 through 24, 2018

    From the artist: "Thanks in Advance is comprised of three photographs and an ongoing series of print on demand artist books that I have been making since 2010. At the heart of the exhibition is technology as a means of production. In these works, laziness lays at odds with labor, and Zen-like states are confused with contemporary numbness."

    Christopher Knowles: In a Word

    Contemporary Arts Museum Houston - CAMH

    Last Chance - December 15, 2017 through March 25, 2018

    An exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based artist Christopher Knowles. The artist's work "records and reorders the everyday materials around us using incantatory rhythms and repetition. Typings of language permutations, reimagined song lyrics, interlocking blocks of raw color commonly depict family and close friends. Sculptures are precise and direct in construction: polka-dotted cones, brilliantly hued paper cutouts, Lego structures, and accumulations of wind-up alarm clocks."

    Between Love and Madness: Mexican Comic Art from the 1970s

    Lawndale Art Center

    Last Chance - January 18 through March 25, 2018

    Between Love and Madness: Mexican Comic Art from the 1970s features original interior art, cover art, and ephemera related to the micro-cuentos (mini-tales) that were popular in 1960s and 70s Mexico. This show is organized by Christopher Sperandio in collaboration with students from Practical Curation at Rice University.

    Augusto Mora: ¿A Dónde Nos Llevan? (Where Are They Taking Us To?)

    Lawndale Art Center

    Last Chance - January 18 through March 25, 2018

    Where Are They Taking Us To? is an exhibition based on the eponymously titled graphic novel by Augusto Mora, a comic artist based in Mexico City. Where Are They Taking Us To? attempts to create a timeline of and framework for understanding the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of 43 students in Iguala, Guerrero, on September 26, 2014, and the subsequent demonstrations around the world that demanded justice for the victims and their families."

    Jamal Cyrus x Jamire Williams: Boogaloo & The Midnite Hours

    Lawndale Art Center

    Last Chance - February 9 through March 25, 2018

    In this exhibition, Jamal Cyrus and Jamire Williams "artistically mine the most generative phases of Black musical evolution. Pulling from their respective disciplines of the Visual Arts and Sound, Cyrus and Williams delve into the graphic, sculptural, and sonic possibilities inherent within the tradition of Black music, mixing aspects of the past, present, and future into their recombinant formulas."

    Dani Antelo: Intersections and Interactions on Language

    Lawndale Art Center

    Last Chance - February 9 through March 25, 2018

    "Intersections and Interactions on Language is a performance-based video work documenting nine separate interactions between Dani Antelo and nine strangers. Documented over a five-month period in 2017, the work examines the ways that communication can be forged when there is no common language to rely upon."

    Michelle Matthews: Sculpted

    Lawndale Art Center

    Last Chance - February 9 through March 25, 2018

    "Using traditional methods such as a hand formed clay coils and carving techniques, ceramic artist Michelle Matthews constructs intuitive forms that balance formal integrity and chance. For this site-specific installation, Matthews will create a large-scale, interactive work comprised of nine clay-based sculptures that will be subject to the natural effects of Houston’s environment for the duration of the exhibition."

    Five Funny French Films

    Museum of Fine Arts, Houston - MFAH

    Last Chance - March 23 through 25, 2018

    The MFAH's annual Five Funny French Films program returns in 2018 for its eighth year. For a full list of films and for tickets, please go here.


    Third Space (UH)

    Last Chance - March 22 through 26, 2018

    "With and Without is a two person show by UH MFA Painting students Angel Castelán and Qindeel Butt. Collectively, the work explores the relationship between the spaces we inhabit and the inclusion or lack of, the human figure."

    JM Design Studio: The Other Border Wall

    Flatland Gallery

    Last Chance - February 17 through March 30, 2018

    An exhibition featuring concepts behind JM Design Studio's proposal for a US-Mexico border wall. JM Design Studio is a collective featuring Pittsburgh-based artists and designers Tereneh Idia, Leah Patgorski, and Jennifer Meridian.

    George O. Jackson: Thaumaturgy

    Jung Center

    Last Chance - March 2 through 30, 2018

    In his photographs, Houston artist George O. Jackson uses the sun as a light source to transform refracted color and light into colorful abstract patterns that communicate a range of expression and emotion.

    Miguel Soler Roig: Out of Silence

    Barbara Davis Gallery

    Last Chance - February 23 through March 30, 2018

    "For his series Out of Silence, Miguel Soler-Roig traveled to one of the most inaccessible regions of Tibet to hear the first words of a monk who maintained three-year voluntary vow of silence. The artist accompanies the monk in his daily wanderings, sharing a spiritual life that manifests itself in each small action and in the way of relating to the world."


    McClain Gallery

    January 27 through March 31, 2018

    "re:construction is a group exhibition that explores and encourages the dialogues between form and function, art and design, abstraction, extraction and representation by bringing together three-dimensional works by Donna Green, Sheila Hicks, Bo Joseph, Julia Kunin and Thaddeus Wolfe; paintings and works on paper by Ruth Asawa, Nicolas Carone, Claire Falkenstein, Leon Polk Smith, André Lanskoy and Julian Stanczak; with furniture by Marcel Gascoin."

    Richard Tuschman: Hopper Meditations

    Anya Tish Gallery

    February 23 through March 31, 2018

    An exhibition featuring photographs by artist Richard Tuschman. The works combine photography of artist-made models with digital imaging to create painterly photographs featuring open-ended narratives.

    Deb Covell & David Goerk: White Angles

    Gray Contemporary

    February 24 through March 31, 2018

    "White Angles is an exhibition that brings together the work of Deb Covell and David Goerk, which has grown out of a lengthy conversation about particular strands of contemporary painting, and the mutual ideas and approaches the artists share."

    MANUAL: ... and Books

    Moody Gallery

    February 24 through March 31, 2018

    An exhibition featuring new works by MANUAL (Ed Hill and Suzanne Bloom). "The duo, pioneers in the fields of digital and conceptual photography, ply their considerable masterly skills to create one, unified vision using an impressive variety of staging and synthesizing techniques, both with and without books as their primary focus."

    Jamey Hart: Soft Pace Time

    Front Gallery

    February 24 through March 31, 2018

    "Jamey Hart's painting practice focuses tightly on the way a thing comes into being, like a rock or a snowball, compacted and varied, shaped and affected by the strange attractions of the world itself. The work orbits the material language of abstract painting and reveals the potential therein."

    Prince Varughese Thomas: New Works

    Hooks-Epstein Galleries

    February 24 through March 31, 2018

    "Prince Varughese Thomas’s New Works exhibition consists of photo-based works, in addition to a video, that metaphorically explore the subject of death in private and public contexts. The works integrate images that are sourced from Thomas’ family archives, which includes four generations of funeral photos."

    Kathryn Dunlevie: The Taxidermist’s Imaginarium

    Hooks-Epstein Galleries

    February 24 through March 31, 2018

    "In Kathryn Dunlevie’s The Taxidermist’s Imaginarium, she creates photomontages by combining photographs of nature, zoos, natural history museums, and botanical gardens with those of contemporary urban settings. The works suggest disruptions in space and time and the strange bedfellows these disruptions create."

    Julie Brook Alexander: Collecting Echoes

    Hooks-Epstein Galleries

    February 24 through March 31, 2018

    "In Collecting Echoes, Julie Brook Alexander joins two images on a single page, which allows the viewer to discover the interplay between near and far vantage points as well as to see the natural world in a new way. Combining these two points of view in her diptychs shifts the impact from what may seem like familiar landscapes into someplace unexpected."

    Lauren Chapman: Metamorphosis

    Redbud Gallery

    March 3 through 31, 2018

    An exhibition featuring sculptures by artist Lauren Chapman. Using found and natural objects, Chapman creates works that combine her interests in nature and the human psyche.

    Jane Eifler: Spare Parts

    Rudolph Blume Fine Art | ArtScan Gallery

    February 24 through March 31, 2018

    An exhibition featuring new works by Houston artist Jane Eifler. "Some works in this exhibition are paintings in the traditional sense, while others use a combination of digital printing layered with paint to form a marriage between the artist’s hand and the slickly produced print."

    Kevin Jones: The New Pollution

    Rudolph Blume Fine Art | ArtScan Gallery

    February 24 through March 31, 2018

    "Kevin Jones’ work challenges the blind faith in all things scientific as the predominant, contemporary credo. He is baffled by the seeming inability of scientific inquiry to explain the innermost workings of nature."

    Misty Keasler: HAUNT

    David Shelton Gallery

    February 23 through March 31, 2018

    An exhibition featuring photographs by Dallas-based artist Misty Keasler. The artist's latest series, HAUNT, documents the interiors of and the characters that inhabit 13 commercial haunted houses across the US.

    Where We Meet

    Inman Gallery

    March 1 through 31, 2018

    An exhibition featuring photographs that focus on the encounter between the image's subject and the viewer. The show includes works by Gay Block, Buck Ellison, Catherine Opie, Carrie Schneider, Hannah Starkey, Mickalene Thomas, and Jeff Whetstone.

    Art & Currency - Artistic Reinterpretation of Cash and Coins

    LCD Gallery

    November 9, 2017 through March 31, 2018

    "In its most basic form, Art & Currency starts a conversation — about the value of money and art, about the aesthetics of worth, about the importance of beauty and utility. Many of the works from these artists combine currencies from all over the world in just one piece – making the currencies inclusive to one another and allowing them to co-exist and be rearranged, to work together as a whole."The show includes works by: Robin Clark Jason Hughes Justine Smith Oriane Stender Finn Stone Bran Symondson Dan Tague Lauren V. Tickle Mark Wagner Stacey Lee Webber Robert Wechsler C.K. Wilde

    Roberto Cortázar: A 30-Year Survey

    Clarke & Associates

    January 13 through April 2, 2018

    An exhibition featuring works from Mexican artist Roberto Cortázar's 30-year career. The sculptures, photographs, paintings, and assemblages are executed within a Mexican tradition and perspective, merging figuration with abstraction.

    Jessica Ninci: The Antiquities Annex

    Wedge Space

    February 27 through April 2, 2018

    An exhibition featuring works made by Galveston-based artist Jessica Ninci. The ceramics in the show are designed to replicate art and artifacts from the antiquities collection of the Menil Collection. This show coincides with the temporary closure of the Menil's building.

    Barry Elkanick: Put the Painting in its Coffin​

    Private Eye Gallery

    March 2 through April 6, 2018

    An exhibition featuring works by Houston-based artist Barry Elkanick. "Elkanick's work combines process-based abstract painting with conceptual narratives that draw from: inner subjectivity, personal histories, and contemporary cultural phenomenon. An anti-escapist concept, Put the Painting in its Coffin explores the notion of Elkanick's disinterest in the void. The show will consist of all new works including painting, sculpture & non-functional furniture."

    Maurice Schmidt: A Life in Art

    William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art

    March 16 through April 7, 2018

    Maurice Schmidt creates paintings that "focus on his interpretation of the South Texas region he calls home." This exhibition includes paintings Schmidt completed during his undergraduate years at the University of Texas, Austin, and pieces completed as recently as 2013.

    Anna Friz

    The Silos on Sawyer

    March 22 through April 7, 2018

    A performance and installation created by California-based artist Anna Friz. During the course of Friz's performance, "manipulated radio transmissions will be recorded within the silos to create the sonic atmosphere that will make up the acoustic landscape for the remainder of the exhibition." The installation is presented in collaboration with the Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts and the Desert Unit for Speculative Territories.

    Karen Brasier: Slow Leak


    March 10 through April 7, 2018

    "Karen Brasier is a Houston based multidisciplinary artist. She holds a masters degree in architecture from the University of Cincinnati and did graduate work in sculpture at the San Francisco Art Institute. Her work shows an interest in material and spatial exploration and spans a variety of mediums."

    Joseph Cohen: Looking at a flower

    Rice's BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC)

    November 16, 2017 through April 8, 2018

    A solo exhibition featuring works by Houston-based artist and scientist Joseph Cohen. This show follows Cohen's Rice Public Art residency in the Weisman NanoEngineering laboratory of the Department of Chemistry. "Under the guidance of Dr. Bruce Weisman and his colleagues, Cohen’s research will focus on the use of carbon nanotubes to produce paintings, photos, prints, and new sound works that both address and illustrate the unique optical and physical properties of the material."

    Conversations @ The Center

    Galveston Arts Center

    January 25 through April 12, 2018

    Conversations @ The Center is a series feature contemporary artists and other arts professionals speaking about and showing images of their work, practices, professions, or discuss timely issues in contemporary visual art. The theme for this year's conversations is "Artists as Activists."

    Fritz Bultman

    Octavia Art Gallery

    March 15 through April 13, 2018

    An exhibition featuring paintings and large-scale collages by American Abstract Expressionist Fritz Bultman (1919-1985).

    Over There Some Place

    Houston Museum of African American Culture

    February 3 through April 14, 2018

    Over There Some Place is a group exhibition curated by Dominic R. Clay and featuring works by Vernon Akili, Blake Bean, Mack Bishop, Lee Carrier, Lakita Costner, Christie Leday, Romeo Clay Robinson and Farrah Smith.

    Of Women Continues

    The Community Artists' Collective

    March 8 through April 14, 2018

    An exhibition featuring works by Michelle Barnes, Valerie Burkes, Lee Carrier, Tina Hernandez, Mary Ann Lucas, Caroline Marcos, Lindsay Peyton, Hope Goodson, Linda Simien Kelly and LJanelle Butler.

    Henry G. Sanchez: Patriot Game

    Civic TV Laboratories

    March 17 through April 14, 2018

    "Patriot Game is a participatory multimedia-based project created by Henry G. Sanchez in collaboration with fellow members of the Houston Chapter of United We Dream. The project experiments with redefining the concepts, terms, and vernacular associated with the United States social contract and notions of patriotism."

    Metaxis Uber Pool

    Tienda X

    March 10 through April 14, 2018

    "Metaxis Uber Pool explores the re-emergence of figurative art as it has come through Modernism, emerged beyond post-Modernism, and now operates in the realm of Metamodernism." The show is presented by H I L D E and features works by Eve Ackroyd, Melissa Brown, Lindsay Burke, Anthony Cudahy, Elizabeth Ferry, Haley Josephs, Hein Koh, Jamie Loera, Adam Novak, Hiba Schahbaz, Lauren Sieden, Michael Stamm, Kyle Staver, and Sarah Thibault.

    AnnieLaurie Erickson: Into the Digital Mesh

    Galveston Arts Center

    March 3 through April 15, 2018

    "AnnieLaurie Erickson’s work investigates the physical apparatus of the Internet and digital surveillance. Into the Digital Mesh includes photographic works from her ongoing Data Shadows series, which examines the traces of information we leave behind as we traverse the digital sea of the internet."

    Paho Mann & Leigh Merrill: Collections, Keepsakes, Souvenirs

    Galveston Arts Center

    March 3 through April 15, 2018

    "In Collections, Keepsakes, and Souvenirs, Paho Mann and Leigh Merrill investigate our personal and cultural relationships to the objects we collect and environments we inhabit, while addressing ideas of value, memory, and desire. Observation, photographic representation, and the role of contemporary photographic technologies are central to the artists' individual practices."

    Molly Gochman: Drenched

    Deborah Colton Gallery

    March 8 through April 21, 2018

    An exhibition of photographs by artist Molly Gochman. The show combines three of Gochman's series, Before, Waterfalls Wept, and Surrogates, that explore how in Houston and in India the "myriad ways water works to build, destroy, connect, devour and grow."

    Kith and Kin

    BOX 13 ArtSpace

    March 17 through April 21, 2018

    "Kith and Kin features the work of Flor Ameira, Steffani Frideres, and Venessa Monokian, each working with themes of women, family and their place in society."

    Robert Ziebell: Locations

    BOX 13 ArtSpace

    March 17 through April 21, 2018

    "Robert Ziebell's Locations is an installation of three-dimensional photographic facades that serve as small monuments to the past and present."

    Influencing Houston: Ralph Ellifrit and the Birth of Modern Houston

    BOX 13 ArtSpace

    March 17 through April 21, 2018

    "Influencing Houston: Ralph Ellifrit and the Birth of Modern Houston is a multimedia installation by David McClain, Alexander Squier, and Margaret Wallace Brown organized around selections from approximately 400 archival images made in the 1930s by Ralph Ellifrit, a Houston city planner for 24 years."

    Reducing Landscape

    BOX 13 ArtSpace

    March 17 through April 21, 2018

    "Reducing Landscape features the work of Lance Brown, Kristy Peet, Caroline Roberts, and Krista Steinke, who use photography to alter and reduce the vast landscape into something else."


    Station Museum of Contemporary Art

    February 3 through April 22, 2018

    in(di)visible is an exhibition "examining immigration, the residual effects of war, and the implications of assimilation, integration, and invisibility for Asian Americans." The group show includes works by Mel Chin, Miao Jia Xin, Zeus Paredes, Judy Shintani, and Lien Truong, among others.

    Discoveries of the Meeting Place

    Spring street studios

    March 10 through April 22, 2018

    Discoveries of the Meeting Place is an exhibition that originates from the FotoFest International Meeting Place Portfolio Review for Artists. The show includes ten artists who were selected out of FotoFest's 2016 Meeting Place Portfolio Reviews.Artists include:Marina Black (Russia/Canada) Jinhyun Cha (South Korea) Yukari Chikura (Japan) Debi Cornwall (USA) Kirk Crippens & Gretchen LeMaistre (USA) David Fathi (France) Thomas Holton (USA) Priya Kambli (India/USA) Elaine Ling (China/Canada) Dylan Vitone (USA)

    David J Kerr and Lou Vest: Moments in Time

    Summer Street Studios

    March 10 through April 22, 2018

    "This exhibition combines the visions of two photographers whose visits to India resulted in unique perspectives of the people, their activities and their environments. In David J. Kerr’s Traveling North in India: Peeling Back the Centuries, we experience his personal look at specific actions or aspects of the culture as seen in the daily lives of the citizens of India. In Portraits of India, Lou Vest captures the essence of several individuals in Agra, India, by highlighting their unique facial expressions and colorful couture."

    The Billboard Campaign

    Project Row Houses

    March 10 through April 22, 2018

    "The Billboard Campaign is an ongoing series of artist-produced billboard installations in public spaces and in art spaces. Co-opting the billboard format—a tool of political advertising—these works invite the viewer to engage critically both with the messages they present and with the medium of political advertising itself. This billboard was produced in conjunction with the For Freedoms-organized town hall discussion The Artifice of Drawn Borders. It includes an image from a series of photographs by Eric Gottesman."*The billboard is located on the PRH site in the green space on Emancipation Avenue, north of The Doshi House.

    Contemporary Views II

    Foto Relevance

    March 2 through April 22, 2018

    An exhibition featuring works by Deborah Bay, Marti Corn, Vladimir Frumin, Martin Holmes, Torrie Groening, Jane Szabo, Lou Vest, Fikry Botros and Julia McLaurin.



    March 15 through April 27, 2018

    "PRESENTE is an interactive textile, photographic, and community installation about latinidad, womyn of color, and education. The installation pays homage to latinx womyn and weaves together ideas between the artists, the influential mujeres photographed, and the audience to cultivate a space for dialogue.""Mujeres Malas is an artist collective of self-identifying women. We challenge ideas of latinidad and different forms of oppression without the limitations of censorship."The women of Mujeres Malas:Arely Peña Maureen Penders Natalia Barrientos Jessica González Karen Y. Martinez Leticia Contrera 

    Sandra Bland

    Houston Museum of African American Culture

    February 3 through April 28, 2018

    From the museum: "At the heart of the exhibit, curated by HMAAC CEO John Guess, Jr., is an interactive engagement allowing visitors to experience the emotions of Sandra Bland on the fateful day of her arrest, July 13, 2015 resulting from a traffic stop in Waller County. Blacks are familiar with ‘the talk,’ foreign to most whites, given to black youth with regard to how to act during encounters with police. This exhibit vividly underscores the basis for ‘the talk;’ the fear that the wrong use of words during encounters with police, which the Stanford study found more likely for minorities, can lead to escalation and result in tragedy."

    35th Juried Open Exhibition

    BLUEorange Contemporary

    March 6 through April 28, 2018

    The 35th Juried Open Exhibition is juried by Houston Chronicle arts editor Molly Glentzer and features works by Cameron Alexander, Molly Block, Daniel Brents, Cara Cansler, Shanti Conlan, Scott Cunningham, Mark Dean, Fay Deng, Kathy Drago, Alix Dunn, William Dunn, Karen Eisele, Eddie Filer, Steve Fisher, Margit Gergely, William Gerrish, Leslie M. Guzmán, Erik Hagen, Doug Hiser, Margaret Howell, Veronica Ibarguengoitia, Cedric Ingram, Ted Kurland, Austin Magruder, Silvia Majocchi, Yasuyo Maruyama, Ron Masters, Ami Mehta, Tracey Meyer, Anita Nelson, Clark Nunn, Anthony Pabillano, Jessica Phillips, Erika Pochybova, Ellen Ray, Diane Rosaz, Maria Elena Sandovici, Marlo Saucedo, Nicci Sevier-Vuyk, Barbara Shaw, Rusy Singh, John Slaby, Laura Sprague, Robert L Straight, Lyn Sullivan, Kay Tasuji, Jennifer Thompson, Penelope Warga and Terry Wheeler.

    Dissent and Desire

    Contemporary Arts Museum Houston - CAMH

    January 19 through April 29, 2018

    Dissent and Desire features a selection of 48 photographs and companion text pieces by artists and collaborators Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh. The works explore the lives, daily routines, and homes of LGBTQ+ individuals in India. The exhibition also includes a video piece documenting the narratives of some of the individuals recurring in the photographic work.

    For Freedoms: Margin and Center

    Houston Center for Photography

    March 9 through April 29, 2018

    "Margin and Center brings together several artists from around the world whose work explores the edges of identities, geographies, disciplines and ideas, and identifies—through various modes of seeing—physically, psychologically and culturally constructed separations that determine where we are supposed to go and who we are supposed to be." The show includes works by Soumya Sankar Bose, Alejandro Cartagena, Cassils, Wendy Ewald, Gerard Gaskin, Omar Imam, Emily Jacir, Richard Misrach, Cristina Velasquez, and Carrie Mae Weems.

    Rodrigo Valenzuela: The Unwaged

    Art League Houston

    March 23 through May 5, 2018

    The Unwaged is an exhibition featuring a video work by the same name created by Los Angeles-based artist Rodrigo Valenzuela. The piece addresses "unpaid labor, volunteering, and internship culture rooted in the capital market."

    Cobra McVey: Makeover Kingdom

    Art League Houston

    March 23 through May 5, 2018

    Makeover Kingdom is an exhibition by Houston based artist Cobra McVey. The show "features found object assemblages representing the King, Queen, progeny and members of the court in a futuristic kingdom. The materials used to create the assemblages suggest new life forms mutated from orphaned thrift store objects and mass-produced consumer goods, foretelling the fallout from widespread industrialization as ruling the future."

    Britt Thomas: Just Relax

    Art League Houston

    March 23 through May 5, 2018

    An exhibition featuring works by Houston-based photographer Britt Thomas. The show "features a selection of audio, video, and photographic components that explores issues related to infertility."

    The Fabiola Project

    Byzantine Fresco Chapel

    May 21, 2016 through May 13, 2018

    An exhibition of paintings, wood carvings, ceramics, jewelry, needlepoints, and more depicting 4th-century Roman Saint Fabiola. The works in the show are copied from a 19th-century depiction of the Saint by French artist Jean-Jacques Henner and were collected by Belgian artist Francis Alÿs.

    Light Charmer: Neon and Plasma in Action

    Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

    February 9 through May 13, 2018

    Light Charmer: Neon and Plasma in Action is a group exhibition "featuring artists who create a spectacle of light, color, and movement through neon and plasma sculpture and performance." The show includes works by:James Akers (Arlington, TX) Sarah Blood (Alfred, NY) Michael Flechtner (Los Angeles, CA) Eric Franklin (Portland, OR) Mundy Hepburn (Old Saybrook, CT) Kate Hush (Brooklyn, NY) Hannah Kirkpatrick (Norfolk, VA) Lily Reeves (Phoenix, AZ) Aaron Ristau (Loveland, CO) Ashlin Williamson (Austin, TX)

    Gods in the Western Midlands: The Immortal Achievements of Wedgwood, Woodall & Webb

    MSC Forsyth Center Galleries

    February 23 through May 13, 2018

    "The exhibition, guest curated by TAMU Associate Professor of English Susan B. Egenolf, pairs works by 18th century potter Josiah Wedgwood with those of 19th century cameo glass artists Thomas and George Woodall who worked for the firm of Thomas Webb & Sons. These decorative artists worked in the British West Midlands some fifty miles and about 100 years apart, reproducing classical methods and forms in the midst of the Industrial Revolution."

    Joseph Henry Sharp: Visions of the Past

    MSC Forsyth Center Galleries

    February 23 through May 13, 2018

    "Known for his use of rich color, light and emotionally evocative compositions, Joseph Henry Sharp produced works which froze in time moments in the lives of Native Americans in a wholly uncommon way. He painted traditional portraits, interior scenes, exterior tableau and landscapes; all of which are well represented in the Runyon Collection works in this exhibition."

    And They Walked Hand In Hand, Side By Side

    Aether Space

    March 3 through May 15, 2018

    "In honor of Women's History Month, the exhibition explores femininity, beauty, cultural identity and its relationship to our understanding of modern feminism. Featuring Texas' emerging student artists from across the state who are actively enrolled in and pursuing a fine arts degree from a Texas College or University."The show includes works by: Josie Del Castillo Billi London-Gray Carolina Alamilla Sahar Fahati Jesus Maria Perez Jane Ponte Supér Flaké

    Pile the Wood High!

    Moody Center for the Arts

    February 2 through May 19, 2018

    Pile the Wood High! is a new exhibition of sculpture, drawing, and collage organized by Rice Professor Lisa Lapinski that celebrates generational influences and enduring connections among art students and teachers who are also working artists. Three generations of artists are represented, including noted California sculptor Hirsch Perlman, chair of UCLA’s Department of Art; Lapinski, who was a graduate student of Perlman’s at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena in the 1990s; and Anna Helm, Lapinski’s student at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles."

    FotoFest 2018

    Art Car Museum

    March 3 through May 20, 2018

    An exhibition featuring works by German photographer Ricarda Redeker and Swiss-American artist John Bernhard.

    They, Who Sound

    Lawndale Art Center

    February 5 through May 28, 2018

    They, Who Sound is a weekly experimental sound/music series co-presented by Lawndale Art Center and Nameless Sound.

    Jewish Leading Ladies of Bollywood Film: Images from the Collection of Kenneth X and Joyce Robbins

    Margolis Gallery at Congregation Beth Israel

    March 15 through May 31, 2018

    "This exhibition presents 30+ pieces that spotlight Jewish female stars of the Bollywood screen including photographs, posters, postcards and fan magazines meticulously collected, researched and maintained by Dr. Kenneth X Robbins. Nadira, Sulochana and Pramila – three of the most famous Jewish leading ladies of Bollywood - dominated Indian movies for decades. These pioneering and alluring Baghdadi actresses are featured during the prime of their careers, along with other “greats” of the Indian silver screen."

    Josiah McElheny: Island Universe

    Moody Center for the Arts

    February 2 through June 2, 2018

    Josiah McElheny's Island Universe is "a monumental installation of five sculptures inspired by the multiverse scenario of eternal inflation, an extension of the big bang theory. Made of chromed metal, transparent handblown glass, and light, the structures are modeled on an iconic midcentury design object: the chandeliers of the Metropolitan Opera in New York made by J. & L. Lobmeyr in Vienna in 1965."

    Zheng Chongbin: Clusters of Memory

    Asia Society Texas Center

    October 28, 2017 through July 8, 2018

    "Artist Zheng Chongbin fuses western abstraction with the Chinese calligraphic tradition in works of ink and acrylic on paper, finding contemporary relevance from earlier forms of Asian ink art. Zheng’s works examine themes of time and memory, and their cumulative effects on both humanity and the natural world."

    Never A Dull Moment: The Art of Grace Spaulding John (1890-1972)

    Rosenberg Library

    January 20 through July 20, 2018

    Never A Dull Moment features works by artist Grace Spaulding John. During the 1930s, John spend time painting in Mexico and the American Southwest. This exhibition is presented by the Rosenberg Library in partnership with the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art (CASETA).

    Leo Villareal: Particle Chamber

    Moody Center for the Arts

    February 2 through December 31, 2018

    Particle Chamber is an immersive new installation by Leo Villareal. Utilizing the latest projection technology to create dynamic points of light across a hemisphere of screens, Villareal enables visitors to encounter an ethereal chamber of ever-moving pixels algorithmically programmed to form infinitely new patterns."

    Havel Ruck Projects: Ripple

    Cherryhurst House

    February 23, 2018 through June 6, 2019

    An installation by Havel Ruck Projects (Dean Ruck and Dan Havel) . For this site-specific piece, the artists used the Cherryhurst artist-in-residency house as a raw material to "explore forms and ideas related to the power of nature."

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