Art League Houston
June 9 - July 22, 2017
A show of works by Dallas-based artist and curator Benjamin Terry. "The exhibition features a dynamic installation of wall and floor-based paintings and sculptural works that embrace a highly developed sense of form, color, line, and texture, combined with a child-like aesthetic, reflecting the artist’s fascination with the boundaries and transitions between memory, imagination, and reality."
June 9 - July 22, 2017
A show of works by Iowa-based artist Edward Kelley. "The exhibition features an interactive installation of over 250 surveillance cameras installed throughout the gallery, playfully addressing the invasive qualities of CCTV surveillance, as well as its acceptance in our everyday lives." Some of the cameras are motion activated, and follow visitors around the space, and some capture photographs that are printed out in the gallery space.
June 9 - July 22, 2017
A show of works by Houston artists Shane Allbritton and Peter Bernick-Allbritton. "The exhibition includes a series of installations which explore the ephemeral nature of memory, and continue the artists' fascination with the dynamic process of how memories are stored and retrieved in the brain as encoded fragments."
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...Read More
“Non-Participation is a collection of letters written by artists to decline invitations to participate in cultural events for various political or ethical reasons. These letters...Read More
Robert Pruitt lectures about contemporary black masculinity. This event is at Art League’s Bomar House at 1003 Bomar St.
“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...Read More
An exhibition by Forrest Prince, the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award in the Visual Arts recipient. The show will consist of more than thirty works from Prince’s career,...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
A video installation by San Antonio artist Michael Menchaca reflecting on recent events regarding racial tension in the U.S.
An exhibition featuring mixed-media paintings by US-based Bahamian artist Lavar Munroe that explore the 19th century phenomena of the “human zoo” displays.
Three exhibitions highlighting the diverse range of media and techniques practiced by students and faculty at the Art League School.
A panel discussion, held in conjunction with the current exhibition ‘DaMask’ by Lovie Olivia, addressing the stigmas and challenges associated with the mental health of...Read More
An exhibition of photography, sculpture, and video by Houston-based artist and filmmaker Stephanie Saint Sanchez honoring seven new patron saints created in response to present-day...Read More
An exhibition of new work by Houston-based artist Lovie Olivia featuring a series of large scale portraits of African American women and exploring the stigmas...Read More
An exhibition by San Antonio-based artist John Medina featuring a series of paintings that playfully explore notions of love and loss, inspired by a neighborhood...Read More
A 1960s-themed celebration marking the 25th anniversary of Healing Art and honoring artist Patrick Palmer, who established the program in 1990 at the height of...Read More
An exhibition of paintings, drawings, and hand crocheted sculptures by New York-based artist Caroline Wells Chandler.
An exhibition of sculptural works and videos by Houston-based artist Cassie Phan exploring themes of memory, perception, and denial.
Artist Patrick Renner’s 180-foot snaking steel and reclaimed wood sculpture is leaving the Montrose Blvd. median where its been last year and a half. Join...Read More
An exhibition bringing together a wide selection of powerful sculptural works spanning over twenty years of the Houston artist’s career.
Indian-born/Houston-based artist Preetika Rajgariah explores themes of migration and cultural identity in these new works, including a large-scale watercolor painting on paper wrapping the entirety...Read More
A selection of drawings, diagrams, and paraphernalia made by artist Mel Chin over the past four decades, accompanied by new, unauthorized physical alterations of oil...Read More
The Art League brings together over 50 emerging artists from Houston, Austin, and Dallas for a market of unique (and reasonably priced) art and craft...Read More
A site-specific sculptural installation, inspired by string theory and spiritual vibrations, by Houston-based artist Jason Villegas in the ALH Sculpture Garden.
Inspired by the well-known Houston-based collaborative artist team The Art Guys, the experimental performance-based artists Robert Hodge and Phillip Pyle the Second will recreate a...Read More
Although it’s called a “practicum” and the press release uses tons of nouns as verbs, this sounds like an interesting conversation with tons of great...Read More
ALH’s 2014 Texas Patron of the Year exhibition, features a diverse selection of works from over thirty folk, self-taught, and visionary artists.
Havel and Ruck assemble sixty architectural fragments from condemned houses into a large form, or sculptural action, in the center of the gallery.
Go help restore Patrick Renner’s popular Funnel Tunnel! Back garden of 1003 Bomar Street, Houston TX 77006.
360 Degrees Vanishing will be a public art installation of large-scale beaded tapestries designed by Selven O’Keef Jarmon. The tapestries will be fabricated by a...Read More
Over one hundred brightly colored parasols hung throughout the trees symbolize the evolutionary process of the Birds-of-Paradise in this site-specific outdoor installation by Houston-based Fleischhauer.
This exhibition by Cameroon-born and Houston-based artist Rosine Kouamen is centered around a site-specific textile sculpture, which references traditional African hierarchical and societal structures.
New collages, altered media objects, and video by Houston-based artist, writer and curator Peter Lucas.