Art League Houston
March 24 - May 6, 2017
A group exhibition organized by Ann Johnson and featuring works by Regina Agu, Rabéa Ballin, Ann Johnson, Lauren Kelley, Autumn Knight, Rosine Kouman, Lovie Olivia, Kaneem Smith, and Monica Villarreal. "The works in this exhibition are made in direct response to the countless number of women, specifically women of color who have been victims of violence but whose stories have been erased from the larger demonstrations and narratives surrounding state violence and the demand for a broader vision of social justice."
March 24 - May 6, 2017
A show of works by Houston artist Prince Varughese Thomas that explore the process of grief and mourning in private and public contexts. The exhibition features videos, drawings, and photographs that draw on art historical, political and personal references about death.
A night of experimental performance art by local, national, and international artists in conjunction with Houston’s second International Performance Art Biennale. Artists include: Fito Segrera,...Read More
Art League Houston and Suplex present an exhibition featuring a series of large- scale installations, prints, drawings, and video works that investigate subjectivity , illusion,...Read More
Vidal presents the third installment of her interactive HIVE series. The exhibition features a large freestanding installation of blue fabric pieces fitted atop tent poles...Read More
This will be Huckaby’s his first solo show in Houston and features a selection of impasto quilt paintings and portraits as well as a series...Read More
The Art League’s inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award exhibition features a survey of seventeen works that span a thirty year period, honoring Oliver’s significant place in...Read More
Art League Houston announces the 2013 Texas Artist of the Year exhibition, Rachel Hecker: Group Show. The exhibition features a selection of works in sculpture,...Read More
Art League Houston invites the public to the dedication ceremony for Funnel Tunnel, a 180 ft long temporary civic art sculpture by Houston-based artist Patrick...Read More
Art League Houston presents The Trojan Box, an exhibition by current residents of Box 13 Artspace. The exhibition will feature a selection of sculpture, photography,...Read More
Art League Houston presents Feral, a multidisciplinary exhibition by San Antonio artist Buster Graybill, which features a selection of sculpture, video, and photography that documents...Read More
Black Radical Imagination: Adebukola Bodunrin, Ezra Clayton Daniels, Cauleen Smith, Anansi Knowbody Cristina De Middel, Akosua Adoma Owusu, Jacolby Satterwhite
Art League Houston partners with Our Image Film and Arts Organization to present Black Radical Imagination, a short film series curated by Chicago-based artist and...Read More
A response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, shown in an Airstream trailer in the ALH parking lot. Hours: during the opening Friday night, and...Read More
Thirty prints selected from the International Print Center New York’s (IPCNY) forty-fourth Juried Print show.
Art League Houston presents Bās, the fourth collaborative exhibition by artists Rabe’a Ballin, Ann Johnson, Delita Martin and Lovie Olivia, which examines and transforms personal...Read More
Art League Houston presents the second evening of sound performances organized by Markus Cone in conjunction with Adela Andea’s ‘Cocomirle’ installation. Doors open at 6...Read More
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...Read More
Adela Andea: Cocomirle, Devon Britt-Darby: Art Criticism and Reporting, Giovanni Valderaz: New Works
The Art League of Houston presents three new exhibitions. Adela Andea’s Cocomirle is a site-specific audio visual environment by Houston-based artist Adela Andea in collaboration with...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
Panelists Pat Jasper, Director of Folklife & Traditional Arts, Houston Arts Alliance; Paul Middendorf, Director, Gallery Sonja Roesch & Executive Director, GalleryHOMELAND ; Kari Steele:...Read More
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...Read More
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?...Read More
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...Read More
An outdoor light installation transforms the ALH sculpture garden into a sprawling bio-electronic environment.