Art Car Museum
HomeAid Houston photographer and writer Swenson’s photography project distributed disposable cameras to homeless participants of Houston SEARCH Homeless Services to document their daily lives in […]
Colorful images of the culture and evolving economy of the Socialist Republic of Cuba captured Fisher who travels there on humanitarian missions.
Hoge’s photographs of the transitioning Austin music scene of the 1970s and 1980s capture the musical performances of multiple music genres. These images evoke the […]
The annual open call exhibition in which any and all artists (up to 100 total) are invited to contribute a single work of art on […]
As a participating space with the Texas Biennial, the Art Car Museum announces their upcoming exhibition in-DEPTH. This all-sculpture exhibition by 49 members of the […]
Carter Ernst: Fur Bitten, Ken Mazzu: Echoes of Oblivion, Pat Johnson: Artist Tries to Save the World
The Art Car Museum presents three solo exhibitions: Fur Bitten by Carter Ernst, Echoes of Oblivion by Ken Mazzu, and Artist Tries to Save the […]
A collage and assemblage exhibition of five artists whose works involve the appropriation and repurposing of materials. Logos, religious imagery, newspaper clippings, or found objects […]
125 artists will show work representing the theme God. The space wouldn’t hold any more!
Paintings from the late 1970’s that defy as much convention as possible, while still being paintings.
Maurice Roberts and Irv Tepper have been photographing art cars since the beginning. Including a low rider created by the Leal Brothers of Corpus Christi; […]
The Art Car Museum’s 7th annual open-call exhibition invites artists to interpret the topic “Reconstruction.” 125 artists respond, including featured artist Sherry Sullivan.
Opens Saturday, September 10, 7–10 pm Work by Texas women whose works encourage political, social or spiritual consciousness; featuring Wanda Alexander, Kelly Alison, Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak, […]
Musicians Who Make Art showcases works by artists who are recognized and established musicians. Melissa Noble is the guest curator of of this rockin’ exhibition […]
As one of the most prolific and truly original Houston art car artists, Mark Bradford has built some of the greatest innovative pieces of art […]
The topic of the Art Car Museum’s Sixth Annual Open Call Exhibition is "Good Gulf". Check out the responses to the topic from more than […]
The work of Barbara Jones is featured in the exhibition Barbara Jones: Her Life in Paint at The Art Car Museum. Jones was a prolific […]
Aurora Picture Show, Microcinema International and The Art Car Museum host a free party on Friday September 10th from 7-9 pm to celebrate the release […]
Start your engines and speed down to The Art Car Museum for Fast, Faster, Fastest: A Historical Photo Essay of Auto Racing in the U.S., […]
Ron Hoover was best known for his portraits of corrupt politicians, power-mad military dictators, and their victims. This is the first comprehensive show of his […]
Now this is a Texas sculpture show! Be sure to stop in and check out this exhibit featuring work by 30 Texas sculptors, including Jesus […]
All things wheels and tires rule in this group show, featuring work by Jim Robertson, Julon Pinkston, Carol Scott, Marité Preti, Sally Worthington, and Donna […]
Jim and Ann Harithas, directors of the Station Museum, present Texas Green at the Art Car Museum. The 4th annual open call show should feature […]
If you like experimental (i.e. trippy) prints, then be sure to hit up the Art Car Museum for RADAR EYES, curated by Canadian print duo […]
Photography by Rania Matar, Marilyn Davenport, Steven Gagnon, Ezekiel Solis, and David Purdie
Check out what these guys have been up to after all this time.
After an open call for artists to respond to the topic of War, Art Car Museum has compiled a group show about various takes on […]
Featuring work by: Paul Kittelson, Carter Ernst, Deborah Moore, Jan Burandt, Mary Jenewine, Dune Patten and David Kidd.
Including Keith Hollingsworth, Brian Zievert, Bettie Donovan, Shizuka Laurent and Jeff Brailas.