Blaffer Museum’s Window Into Houston

Blaffer Museum's Window Into Houston


Kelly O'Connor: In Real Life

Blaffer Museum's Window Into Houston

November 18 - January 27, 2016

"In Real Life is composed of two elements, a printed banner—an enlarged collage depicting a scene constructed of images appropriated from publicity materials for old movies, 1960s fashion magazines, a postcard from Yellowstone National park, and Disneyland advertisements—and an installation addressing drug culture, from its tools of consumption such as burned spoons to its mind-altering effects."


Shane Tolbert: Fine China

The latest in the Blaffer’s downtown “Window into Houston” exhibition series features three large-scale, site-specific flower paintings by artist Shane Tolbert. The term “Fine China”...

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Bret Shirley: Rising Through the Infinite

Part of the Blaffer’s ongoing “Window Into Houston” series, this new installation by artist Bret Shirley combines paintings and sculptures made of lab-grown, inorganic crystals...

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Abinadi Meza: Air, Condition

A sound and video installation composed of field recordings collected throughout Houston. “Paired with a video looking towards the Houston sky, Air, Condition explores the...

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J Hill: Exercises in Train Riding

The first Window in Houston opening of 2014 featuring new work from J Hill. Combining interview with portraiture through video and sound, Hill focuses on...

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Anna Elise Johnson: Slantwise, Otherwise

Core Fellow Johnson closes the 2013 Window into Houston program with images of four political figures: Deng Xiaoping, Margaret Thatcher, Vladimir Lenin, and Ronald Reagan. The...

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Jim Nolan: shifting SCALE

What better way to end July than at Blaffer Art Museum’s opening reception for Houston-based artist Jim Nolan at 110 Milam? Join us tomorrow night...

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Clarissa Tossin: Blind Spot

Core Fellow Clarissa Tossin‘s photographs of the utilitarian yet creative ways Third Ward residents cover their windows with layer upon layer of foil, bolstered by...

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Anna Campbell: Under Water Into the Sunset

Michigan-based artist Anna Campbell works with traditionally masculine figures and industries – cowboys, ranching, oil and gas, boxing, drawing on camp sensibilities and queer politics...

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Window into Houston: Dennis Harper

Dennis Harper transforms two window bays into a fanciful underwater nightclub, with portholes, even! Remember, there’s free street parking downtown after 6 p.m.

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