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.
November 14 - January 3, 2015
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 series of five Art Guy performances, as well as present five original performances by The Black Guys.
Art League Houston’s 2011 Texas Artist of the Year exhibition featuring psycho-collagist and native Houstonian Mary McCleary.
A fairytale fleet of sixteen gouache sail boat paintings on Japanese paper inspired by 16-year-old Abby Sunderland’s attempt to sail solo around the world in […]
Indigenous Genius, a fact-stretching installation by radical woodworker Rodd Northcutt, presents artifacts from Northcutt’s collection that chronicle the obscure yet poetic life of three wood-working […]
In Art League Houston’s main gallery the exhibition Darkfire features a collaborative project by Canadian artist Sean Caulfield and Canadian writer Jonathan Hart, featuring a […]
Art League Houston unveils their 2011 Spring Sale + Benefit: Marty, a Montrose art party. This event features a selection of artwork for sale by […]
Patrick Turk’s interactive light installation explores time travel through a series of sculptural works. There is also a group show curated by Beth Secor in […]
Art League Houston announces WYSIWYG, a site specific, community interactive installation by Wendy DesChene. WYSIWYG has toured all across the country, and at each stop […]
Art League Houston’s 2010 Juried Member Exhibition, Gambol is juried by Miranda Lash, Curator of Contemporary and Modern Art at the Museum of Art in […]
Art League Houston launches the Fall season with the opening of Cockroach Poems, an exhibition of sculpture by 2010 Texas Artist of the Year Joseph […]
There’s a lot going going this weekend with every gallery in town offering a new show and the official opening of ArtHouston, but Art League […]
New York-based artist Benjamin Entner takes over Art League Houston with a monumental sculpture installed in the entire Main Gallery! Mock One is a major […]
Art League Houston’s 2010 Spring Sale and Benefit showcases artwork created by students in the ALH Healing Art program and current Art League School students! […]
Art League Houston and FotoFest partner up to present Medianation: Performing for the Screen curated by Gilbert Vicario. Vicario is the Curator at the Des […]
Heather Hayner, Aram Nagle and Brian Piana’s interactive sculptural installation "Wishing Well for Houston" allows viewers to change a recreated Houston skyline by tossing spare […]
Kollock’s work is twisted in the best sense of the word!! While there, don’t miss checking out installations by Divya Murthy and Nicola Parente on […]
Art League Houston presents an exhibition of photographs by 2009 Texas Artist of the Year, Keith Carter, featuring previously unknown and never exhibited photographs by […]
"Although small in size, the paintings of El Franco Lee II are an epic document of social and urban history that although exaggerated in the […]
Painter Angela Beloian and sculptor Jessica Moon Bernstein (shown) both use found or recycled materials in their work, which confronts "issues of global warming and […]
ALH presents ConcealDisclose, an exhibition of paintings by Hagit Barkai and photographs by Tala Vahabzadeh.
Head to the Art League’s front gallery and check out a collaborative graffiti installation featuring WEAH, ACK!, Raiko Nin, and Alex PR!MO Luster.
Sarah Sudhoff started on this path in her work following surgery in 2004 for cervical cancer. She "began to perform in hospitals, morgues, medical museums […]
Don’t be fooled by all the copycats. Elaine Bradford is the real deal! Her crotchet-covered taxidermy creatures are by far more interesting and well-crafted than […]
The Art League offers up two shows. In the main gallery is Tête-á-Tête, featuring Anila Quayyum Agha and Lisa Qualls (shown), and in the front […]
Well-known Texas artist Melissa Miller is being honored as Art League Houston’s 2008 Artist of the Year!
Beth Secor has curated a lovely drawing show, featuring Jack Livingston, recent Core Resident Philip Maysles (shown), Matthew Sontheimer, Marco Villegas, and Liz Ward.
Also check out former Glassell printmaking teacher Suzanne Manns’ exhibit, Of Winter to Spring, in the front gallelry.
Another official FotoFest exhibit, Art League Houston presents Sun Guojuan’s Sweetness Forever, Chen Lingyang’s Twelve Flower Months, and Liu Lijie’s Another Episode.
Jones' digital photographs are inspired by stories, both fairytales and contemporary fiction, such as the Brothers Grimm, among others.
Sexual, sensual and fantastic, something a Dungeons and Dragons fan would flip over, Dixie Friend Gay
Informed by painting traditions, Veneman