Blaffer Art Museum
January 17 - March 21, 2015
Part of the expansive, multi-venue survey of artist Mel Chin, the Blaffer presents 31 works, including documentation of numerous projects, selections from Chin’s Erased Currency (1997) and Drawn Currency (2006-08) series, and his collage installation The Funk and Wag from A to Z (2012) a surrealist arrangement of collage.
Celebutants, Groupies, and Friends: A Photographic Legacy from the Andy Warhol Foundation showcases a selection of Warhol’s personal photographs recently donated to the University of […]
Held every four years, this installment of the Houston Area Exhibit features emerging and established local talent including Seth Alverson, William Betts, Sasha Dela, Jonathan […]
Check out this collaborative project between Blaffer, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, DiverseWorks, and the Society for the Performing Arts (SPA), featuring […]
No more teachers, no more books…here’s the MFA class of ’08! Look for good things from Sarah Hannah, Kadriye Ozpolat (shown) and the rest of […]
Chantal Akerman has turned her moody documentary lens on subjects as diverse as post-communist Russia, illegal immigrants crossing the Arizona border and Jasper, Texas, the […]
Organized by Claudia Schmuckli, this comprehensive exhibit is presented as a collaboration between curator and artist. Schmuckli seeks to establish a dialogue among key paintings […]
Mylayne has traveled nomadically in search of his subjects
If you have not seen Rios' piece in the Halle Collection at the MFAH, now is the time!
All the students are out!! Graduating in photography and digital media are: Laura Bennett, Shannon Duncan, Brian Piana and Joe Winston. Sculpture graduates are: Jan […]
Curated by a national, three-person team: Susette S. Min, former curator at the Drawing Center and now Assistant Professor, Asian American Studies and Art History […]