BOX 13 ArtSpace

BOX 13 ArtSpace

6700 Harrisburg Blvd.

Houston, TX 77001


Aimée Beaubien: Hothouse

BOX 13 ArtSpace

November 21 - January 9, 2016

"Leaning, shooting, bedded, staked, staying. Drooping, reclining, pitched, and placed. Sloping, jutting, braced. Holding, heaped. Planted and spread." These are just some ways to describe Beaubien's site-specific installation for Box 13's window box.

David Waddell: Terrestrial: Unknown

BOX 13 ArtSpace

November 21 - January 9, 2016

"In fourth grade, David Waddell wrote a short story for an assignment. He convinced his classmates that his brother was an extraterrestrial. Waddell can neither prove nor disprove this theory. However, He is still captivated by the idea of the unknown, particularly here on earth." Sound like someone is trying really hard to convince us they aren't an alien.

Where About

BOX 13 ArtSpace

November 21 - January 9, 2016

An exhibition of work by Isabel Cuenca and Matt Manalo. This exhibition explores the duo's "subjectivity, relationship with nature, religious practices, and ethnicity within a new environment."


Ethan Rafal: Shock and Awe

“A twelve-year, autobiographical project examining the relationship between protracted war and homeland decay, Shock and Awe is a meticulously crafted image, text, and found object...

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Dennis Nance: Cast of Characters

An exhibition of costumes by Dennis Nance that celebrate the absurdity of the everyday. By taking common items and blowing them up to absurd proportions...

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Michael Stephen: Faded Lace

An exhibition of works by Austin-based artist Michael Stephen. Through incinerating VHS cassette tapes, the artist creates a raw material from which he casts artifacts.

Sarah Welch: Only Humid

An exhibition featuring a new comic produced by Sarah Welch. This project, made possible with support from The Idea Fund, continues Welch’s The Endless Monsoon series where she...

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Barchael: Sign Language: Texting

An exhibition by Barchael, a creative duo comprised of Michael Bernhardt and Barry Whittaker. This project came from the duo’s interest in language, miscommunication, and modern ways of...

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Joomi Chung: Swarm

An exhibition featuring artist Joomi Chung’s installations of woven and painted steel wire webs.

Jessica Battes: Nucleotide

A window exhibition of new work by Arlington-based artist Jessica Battes exploring concepts and phases in genetics and human cells.

Chris Sauter: God of the Gaps

A show of new work by San Antonio-based artist Chris Sauter tackling the dialectic between science and religion in response to recent conflicts affecting our...

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Emily Fleisher: Dove-otionals

A show of new works by artist Emily Fleisher based on a population of kamikaze mourning doves who are injured or killed daily diving into...

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Jade Yumang: Citations

A show of works by artist Jade Yumang that trace and abstract imagery of gay male archetypes in erotica–the prime source of the series being...

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Amanda Smith: Lives of Rocks

A show of works by painter Amanda Smith depicting hybrid spaces and visual puns, and exploring ideas of distance and exploration.

Edward Kelley: abutment

A show featuring artist Edward Kelley’s playful works concerning both personal histories and larger human history.

Janet Morrow: Snow Garden

Janet Morrow’s cast sugar window installation explores ideas of isolation, brokenness, silence and dependency.

The BOX Bizarre

Box 13 opens their galleries and artist studios for a holiday celebration, art sale, and closing reception for the exhibitions on view. Reasonably priced local...

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Church of Man Love: Curated by Mark Ponder

A show borne from individual artists’ desire for growth through the mental and spiritual stimulation of sexual experiences. Features work from Jonathan Armistead, Chris Bogia, Brian...

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No Fart No Bliss: Curated by Sara Schultz

Participatory and non-participatory works that consider the slow, paused, and patient as a way to transfer information. Including: Michelle Chen-Dubose, Carrie Marie Schneider, and Kate...

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