Events by Region


John Atlas: A Survey of Work 1969-2014

Art Car Museum

November 22 - March 29, 2015

John Atlas has been making art in Houston for over four decades. This exhibition is the most comprehensive show of his art thus far and spans his entire career from his first serious work completed in 1969, to several large canvases completed in the weeks leading up to the installation of this show.


Mark Tribe: New Landscapes

Zhulong Gallery

March 14 - April 25, 2015

A solo exhibition of large, polygonal photographs by New York artist Mark Tribe that reframe the traditions of landscape art.


Okay Mountain: Roadside Attractions

Blanton Museum of Art

March 24 - April 30, 2015

This installation by Austin artist collective Okay Mountain playfully mocks the brochure stands found in hotel lobbies and tourist centers with 100 different irreverent and absurd rack cards available for museum visitors to take. In conjunction with its exhibition, the Blanton has also commissioned the collective to create an outdoor mural.

San Antonio

Jeff Gibbons and Gregory Ruppe

Epitome Institute

March 14 - April 25, 2015

A series of collaborations between artists Jeff Gibbons and Gregory Ruppe, “Necrotic Black Black Swimming Pool With A Heavy Mossy Surface Film” is inspired by the writings of Philip K. Dick, the Kübler-Ross model, ghosting, Henri Bergson’s concept of duration, and a grocery store lobster tank.

West Texas

Sam Falls

Ballroom Marfa

March 13 - August 16, 2015

An exhibition of recent sound, video, sculptural, and wall works by artist Sam Falls, including works created during his residency in Marfa last summer.

The Panhandle

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

Thresholds: Gerardo Nigenda Retrospective

International Museum of Art and Science

February 19 - June 7, 2015

Work by blind artist Gerardo Nigenda (1968-2010), who lost his sight at age 25 and began taking photographs at 32 with a camera given to him by documentarian Mary Ellen Mark. He described his photos as reflections of “what I smell, touch, and listen to,…the feeling I had when I took it.”