Events by Region



Rice University Art Gallery

January 30 - March 15, 2015

A new, site-specific installation by Tokyo-based architecture studio Atelier Bow-Wow, for which they’ve collaborated with Rice School of Architecture Asst. Professor Jesús Vassallo and his students to design and build an installation inspired by Houston's historic row house or "shotgun" home design.



Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective 1999-2015

The Contemporary Austin

January 23 - April 19, 2015

Assemblages, sculptures, objects, and audio installations by New York-based artist Tom Sachs take over the museum's Jones Center, Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria, and Art School locations. The show–his first in Texas–includes his classic foam core Hello Kitty sculptures, an immersive bodega installation, and newly created, working ceramic boomboxes.

San Antonio

Shahzia Sikander: Parallax

Linda Pace Foundation

October 4 - March 7, 2015

The US premier of Sikander's three-channel HD animation is the second public exhibition at SPACE, an institution maintained by the Linda Pace Foundation in the corner of CHRISpark.

West Texas

Rima Canaan Lee: Rodeo

Marfa Contemporary

January 16 - March 15, 2015

Artist Rima Canaan Lee creatively documented the activities of the Fort Worth Rodeo and Stock Show. Many of her images emphasize the dynamic kinesis and configurations of human and animal forms.

The Panhandle

Beyond Printmaking 4

Texas Tech University Landmark Arts Gallery

January 23 - February 22, 2015

This annual national juried exhibition, coordinated by the Printmaking program at the Texas Tech University School of Art and this year juried by Kevin Haas, features thirty-one artworks and showcases a variety of innovative approaches to printmaking.

East Texas

Harvey Johnson: A Triple Middle Passage

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

January 17 - April 12, 2015

An exhibition showcasing the extraordinary work of artist and retired TSU professor Harvey Johnson, including more than 30 paintings and works on paper. A native of Port Arthur, Johnson renders poetic imagery of his upbringing, African American culture, Negro spirituals, folklore, and religious symbolism.

The Valley