BLUEorange Contemporary

BLUEorange Contemporary

http://blueorangehouston.com/

713-527-0030

1208 West Gray Street

Houston, TX 77019

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BLUEorange Contemporary

July 16 - August 19, 2016

An exhibition featuring works by graduate students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The show is curated by Michael Villarreal and features works by:Joyce Bingeman Amanda Breitbach Larry Buller Patricia Davis Meryl Engler Stuart Gair Bob Hall Bryon Hartley Kendall H Johnson Qwist Joseph Shalya Marsh Emily Reason Erin Schoenbeck Michael Villarreal Stephanie Wright Rana Young



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BLUEorange Yart Sale

An event where local artists sell their wares! All of the art will be under the $300 mark.

Charlie Kitchen: New Works

An exhibition of photography and sculpture by San Antonio-based artist Charlie Kitchen.

Ryan Francisco: Dualities

An exhibition of works by Ryan Francisco. In their work, Ryan addresses themes of “body, movement, space, and time.”

Sandra de la Rosa: Sanctuaries

An exhibition of paintings and prints by Houston-based artist Sandra de la Rosa. Her works depict abandoned structures in an attempt to document the ever-changing urban landscape.

Fari Rahimi: Pair

An exhibition of new sculptures by Fari Rahimi. The pieces in the show address “embody fragility and strength, mystery and clarity, oppression and empowerment” through an exploration...

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found: our selves

An exhibition exploring what “coming-of-age” means to marginalized youths. The show is curated by Carnegie Vanguard HS junior Lynn Huynh and in partnership with local Houston...

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Yart Sale

Emerging artists will be vending works throughout the yard of BlueOrange.

Ben Mata: Reductive

An exhibition of works by San Antonio artist Ben Mata. “Mata works on aluminum panels using artist oils and power tools to manipulate the surface....

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Expectations & Accessibility

An exhibition of works by Brittany Ham, Tracey Keller & Melinda Laszczynski. The exhibition works to question the notions of “fine art.”

Printers of Tomorrow

A juried group exhibition of student printmaking, held during the 5th annual PrintHouston.

Conditions

An exhibition of work by 17 student artists graduating from the UH Photography/Digital Media program, including a range of photography, video, and photo collage work.

Ian F. Thomas: Something Sweet

An exhibition of artist Ian F. Thomas’ examinations of gender inequality through the imagery and the utopic visions found in commercial cereal advertising.

EUPEPSIA: Gracelee Lawrence

The pink feminist, horsewoman, writer, cook, macramé enthusiast, painter, and “sculptress” Gracelee Lawrence brings her work from Austin to Houston. Oh, and “eupepsia” just means...

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Tae Lee: rising fog becomes cloud

New works from the Houston-based, Korean-born artist. According to his website, his favorite vegetables are either sweet potatoes or avocados.

Suga

BLUEorange’s entry to PrintHouston features the work of four women artists of color: Rabea Ballin, Ann ‘Sole Sister’ Johnson, Delita Martin and Lovie Olivia.

Houston vs Austin

To commemorate the one year anniversary of the opening of BLUEorange, curator Mark Hougham  has chosen a selection of artists from two different Texas metropolises.

TransAMplitude

TransAMplitude is a group exhibition of four artists whose work is tied together by an investigation of linear transit. This exhibition will include works in...

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Salon des Refusés

A Salon des Refusés of artwork rejected from Lawndale Art Center’s The BIG Show will be curated into four one-night-only shows at BLUEorange. This project...

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Salon des Refusés

A Salon des Refusés of artwork rejected from Lawndale Art Center’s “The BIG Show” will be curated into four one-night-only shows at BLUEorange. This project...

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Salon des Refusés 2013

A Salon des Refusés of artwork rejected from Lawndale Art Center’s The BIG Show will be curated into four one-night-only shows at BLUEorange. This project...

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Michael Menchaca: Sweven

BLUEorange presents Sweven, featuring the work of San Antonio based Artist Michael Menchaca. Commenting on sociopolitical issues surrounding the Mexican-American border, Menchaca combines prints and...

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