Art League Houston

Art League Houston

http://www.artleaguehouston.org/

(713) 523-9530

1953 Montrose Boulevard

Houston, TX 77006

CURRENT

Ayanna Jolivet McCloud: Score: Field Work

Art League Houston

December 2 - January 15, 2017

A site-specific installation by Houston artist Ayanna Jolivet McCloud. "Incorporating elements of sound, performance, writing and installation, the exhibition includes work by the artist, together with a selection of women artists, musicians, and performers, which question women's role in sound art, and explore the materiality of sound through a feminist perspective."

Trey Duvall: Loschmidt’s Column (The Reversibility Paradox)

Art League Houston

December 2 - March 11, 2017

A durational sculpture by Houston artist Trey Duvall. "The project explores the passage and blending of material states subjected to the manipulations and processes of entropic time. Comprised of a porcelain and steel sculptural intervention, the project focuses on irreversible material change and exchange based on specific conditions of a particular space in forward moving time."

Erin Stafford: Wanderlust

Art League Houston

December 2 - January 15, 2017

A show of works by Dallas artist Erin Stafford. "The exhibition features an installation of five identical View-Master stereoscopes, each revealing a uniquely layered three-dimensional photograph that the artist made using pre-existing View-Master imagery, which relate to themes of travel, religion, storybook narratives and culture."

Jennifer Ling Datchuk: Blackwork

Art League Houston

December 2 - January 15, 2017

An exhibition of works by San Antonio artist Jennifer Ling Datchuk. "Drawing on sources from both cultures, the work in this exhibition explores the tensions between cultural appropriation and appreciation, and challenge the racial and gendered politics usually associated with hair, and themes related to labor, power, and beauty."



PAST

Terrell James: HOVER

A survey of paintings, sculptures, and prints by 2016 ALH Texas Artist of the Year Terrell James.

Artist in Action: Jesse Lott

A show of works by 2016 ALH Lifetime Achievement Award in the Visual Arts winner Jesse Lott. The show will consist “of over thirty works in sculpture,...

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Michael McFadden: aesthetic][equity

An exhibition using Art League Houston’s hallway gallery “as a site of reflection, focusing on the turbulent history of socio-economic inequity found within the Houston arts...

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2016 Art League Instructor Exhibition

A group exhibition featuring works in sculpture, mixed-media, drawing, painting and ceramics by some of Houston’s exciting emerging and established artists who teach at the...

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2016 Art League Student Exhibition

A group exhibition featuring works in jewelry, sculpture, drawing, mixed-media, ceramics, print-making and painting by students who participated in classes through the Art League School...

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Johan Barrios: Intervalo

An exhibition of small works on paper by Colombian artist Johan Barrios. The pieces in the show address themes of time, movement, space, self-disclosure, and intimacy.

Alex Trimino: Totemic Lore

An exhibition of works by Miami-based artist Alex Trimino. The show features “a series of illuminated fiber-based sculptures and installations that re-contextualize the traditional use of colloquial,...

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{exurb}: Array

An exhibition by Houston-based artist collective {exurb}. The show is comprised of LCD video monitors hung from the ceiling that display videos that change and respond to...

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Cobra McVey: Shoulder Pads on Vacation

An exhibition featuring “snapshots of found shoulder pads touring the United States.” This show is presented by Lens Capsule, “a mobile exhibition space currently hosted from...

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K. Yoland: Land || Border || Other

An exhibition of photographs by British artist K. Yoland. The works in the show were created during Yoland’s residency at the Marfa Contemporary and are inspired by...

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Margaret Meehan: And She Was

An exhibition of works exploring and exposing the hidden histories of female soldiers involved in the American Civil War. Meehan parallels these stories with contemporary...

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Giovanni Valderas: A Forged Utopia

A site-specific installation on Art League’s sculpture patio. This work takes on the format of a real estate sign to address the repercussions of gentrification and...

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Ying Zhu: Sugar Coated

A site-specific installaiton by Nebraska-based artist Ying Zhu. The show will feature sculptural forms wrapped in cotton candy, aiming to “create a familiar yet novel environment...

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50 STATES: WYOMING

An exhibition by Houston-based artists Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin. From Art League: The exhibit is structured around a historic 1843 expedition in which William Drummond...

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Charge 2016

Charge is back for its second year! From Art League: Charge 2016 is a three day convening presented by Art League Houston to 1. platform...

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Debtfair

“By focusing on a monthly debt payment as a position of value, artists and viewers are asked to consider the fluctuating relationships of artists’ time,...

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The Eugene Howard Lecture Series

Robert Pruitt lectures about contemporary black masculinity. This event is at Art League’s Bomar House at 1003 Bomar St.

Conversation with Debtfair Organizers

“Debtfair is an ongoing artistic campaign to expose the relationship between economic inequality in the art market and artists’ growing debt burdens, exploring the idea...

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Amy Blakemore: I’m Not Tellin’

An exhibition by 2015 Texas Artist of the Year, Amy Blakemore. Drawing on works from her twenty-five year career, the exhibition includes portraits, landscapes, and still lifes that...

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Letitia Huckaby: Bayou Baroque

An exhibition by artist Letitia Huckaby honoring the nuns at the Sisters of the Holy Family Mother House in New Orleans, Louisiana, an African-American congregation...

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Lavar Munroe: Zoo at the Edge of the World

An exhibition featuring mixed-media paintings by US-based Bahamian artist Lavar Munroe that explore the 19th century phenomena of the “human zoo” displays.

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