Art League Houston
November 14 - April 24, 2015
This exhibition of new works by Sri-Lankan born artist Rajni Perera features a large-scale mural, and a series of paintings that cross-translate between the visual languages of Indian miniaturist art, Blaxploitation, and the images produced by the Hubble Deep Field Telescope. Floating between Western and Immigrant culture, the work creates an interesting East-West dialogue of ideas, concerning immigrant identity issues, female sexuality and science fiction and fantasy.
Art League Houston presents the second half of Art Criticism and Reporting, a two-part exhibition by Devon Britt-Darby.
Art League Houston is pleased to present an evening of sound performances organized by Markus Cone in conjunction with Adela Andea’s Cocomirle installation. Doors open […]
ALH is pleased to host the continuation of Apama Mackey’s 2008 Parlour Games, an exciting Exquisite Corpse drawing event. Based upon the Surrealist parlour game […]
Three porcelain swings adorned with metallic fungus-like growths suspended in the Art League Houston’s trees. In conjunction with the National Council on Education for the […]
Arizona-based ceramic artist Susan Beiner transforms the Front Gallery into a porcelain-filled garden of tumbling exotic growth. In conjunction with the National Council on Education […]
Photo-infused ceramic plates that depict the ‘leftovers’ from ten Texan meals and six British dinners explore how food can be rapidly transformed from being necessary […]
A group exhibition co-curated by ceramic artist Rebecca Hutchinson ALH Visual Arts Director Jennie Ash in conjunction with the National Council on Education for Ceramic […]
An artist talk by British artist Kerry Morrison, who is currently an artist-in-residence at Project Row Houses with her UK-based collaborative group “In-Situ”.
A night of creative and compelling improvisation with Houston Playback Theatre, using the art created by the El Rincon Social artists as inspiration.
FEEDBACK’s monthly art critique meetup led by artist Marisa R. Miller. Show up to check out some artworks from the El Rincon Social exhibiting crew, […]
Art League Houston and El Rincon Social, one of the most popular and exciting artist-run collectives in East End’s warehouse district, present a group exhibition […]
Kelley explores feelings of grief, forgiveness, and the thresholds of change they bring about through large scale installation made up of reclaimed wood, sewn innertubes, […]
Panelists Pat Jasper, Director of Folklife & Traditional Arts, Houston Arts Alliance; Paul Middendorf, Director, Gallery Sonja Roesch & Executive Director, GalleryHOMELAND ; Kari Steele: […]
A panel discussion in an unconventional format: the Artists of STACKS will host a party in the main exhibition space complete with drinks, music and […]
The last week of the STACKS Laboratory Residency is a performance asking, “Can one afford to completely discard discomforting objects, people, ideas as a strategy? […]
Imagine the floor tiles at Art League have become overgrown with Dark Matter, created when the shredded remains of the deconstructed Black stereotyped objects began […]
Black imagination, creativity, and commodification are examined through recorded dreams of four volunteers who slept in the gallery, surrounded by shredded cultural objects. Part of […]
The first week of the STACKS Laboratory Residency by artist Phillip Pyle II. Using the shredded remains from the STACKS performance as source material Phillip […]
A series of five one-week laboratory residencies curated by artist Robert Pruitt, addressing themes of Black imagination, creativity, and commodification. Featuring Jamal Cyrus, Nathaniel Donnett, […]
Seven emerging and un-represented artists organized by ALH’s Visual Arts Director Jennie Ash, featuring Daniel Anguilu, Chuy Benitez, Lovie Olivia, Fernando Ramirez, Emily Sloan, Patrick […]
An outdoor light installation transforms the ALH sculpture garden into a sprawling bio-electronic environment.
Art League Houston’s 2012 Texas Patrons of the Year exhibition features over thirty-five works from thirty-three defining Texas artists including Amy Blakemore, Bill Davenport, The […]
The Art League Houston’s 2012 Texas Artist of the Year exhibition features a selection of new paintings from Parazette’s “Color Key” series and a wall […]
The doors of Art League Houston will lock at 9pm (with participants inside) and reopen the next morning at 7am. The an “art-in, lock-in” costs […]
A plant-growth machine system which provides an imaginative alternative to sustainable living by functioning as a unique source of fresh produce for local food truck […]
Ink drawings, small sculptures, and wall painting which explore themes of personal mysticism and psychology transform the hallway into a mysterious and lush landscape.
New paintings by a New Mexico-based artist explore painting with a collection of large surreal wall-size black and white paintings that hang at angles that […]
Text-based carved paintings by San Antonio artist Ricky Armendariz combine themes of narco-pop-culture, with romantic-style landscape painting from the 1800’s.
The Society of Northern Alberta Print Artists’ (SNAP) thirtieth anniversary exhibition, this exhibition is the kick-off event for 2012 PRINTHOUSTON.
A mysterious and thrilling behind-the-scenes type landscape filled with noir ambiance that echoes the acclaimed 1935 Alfred Hitchcock spy thriller, The 39 Steps by Houston-based […]
Playful textile works made from recycled neckties by Roberta Stokes, one of the founders of modern dance in Houston. Now age 73, Stokes embarked on […]
Paintings by Mexican-American artist Rigoberto A. Gonzalez depict the violent confrontations between drug cartels, Mexican federal troops and people involved in undocumented immigration in the […]