BLUEorange Contemporary

http://blueorangehouston.com/

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1208 West Gray Street

Houston, TX 77019

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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Fahamu Pecou: All Dat Glitters Ain't Goals HOUSTON

BLUEorange announces All Dat Glitters Ain’t Goals HOUSTON, featuring the work of artist Fahamu Pecou. This exhibition of self-portraiture paired with music videos, comments on […]

Kameron Richie: Palaver

BLUEorange announces the opening of Palaver, featuring new works by Kameron Richie. In this series, Richie’s prints are derived from concepts in Stephen King’s ‘The Dark […]

Point of Connection: Ben Mata

BLUEorange presents Point of Connection, featuring the work of San Antonio artist Ben Mata. Mata works on aluminum panels using artist oils and power tools to […]

Unforgotten: Karen Hillier | Clay McClure

Unforgotten takes the intricate handkerchief drawings of Karen Hillier and the whimsical chair-based sculpture of Clay McClure to create an environment that sparks feelings of […]