Wynne presents objects that gain value not by their inherent worth but through the absurd determination of their existence.
BOX 13 ArtSpace
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J. Michael Stovall curates an exhibition that allows the participating artists to explore how the use of ultraviolet paint effects their work.
Eastwood’s multimedia installation invites the viewer to investigate meaning and complexities by focusing on images that mirror and echo one another.
Cox’s exhibition questions the idea that machines are more productive and efficient than human labor.
Sketch Klubb will be offering a tribute to late Klubb member Michael Harwell in addition to presenting recently created pottery by all members.
These sculptures explore the phenomena of light through wheat. ??
For 4 years computer programming has been central to Ramsay-Morin’s art. The work in this exhibition represents efforts in pre-rendered animation.
These artists think about the construction of environments by looking at physical places.
Middendorf is known as the face of Gallery HOMELAND. Here he wears his artist hat and gives us a show that focuses on a variety […]
In the Window Box Angela Malchionno will install large scale drawings that incorporate a variety of media and techniques.
Regina Agu, who incorporates both projections and drawings in her work, deals with identity, body, and memory in the site specific installation …mistress
Box 13 ArtSpace presents Sapphire Williams’ curatorial project WORDPLAY in the Downstairs Front and Back BOX. It will feature a variety of text oriented pieces.
the soothsayer: Benjamin Gardner, A Nice Place to Visit: Ana Villagomez and Miguel Martinez, Grand Canyon: Jonathan Leach & Sebastien Boncy, Sana/Sana: Monica Foote.
Box 13 ArtSpace presents another round of exhibitions. In the Downstairs Front BOX, Darcy Rosenberger and Guillame Gelot show D+G, a “festivitiy of love.” Kerry Adams’ […]
In the Window Box, Jared Wesley Singer’s project Sediments of Igneous Artutilizes ceramic waste materials to communicate the urgency of environmental responsibility.
An accumulative exhibition and live performance featuring the simple, domestic act of washing dinnerware.
The third in a continuing series of juried exhibitions connecting Houston to the surrounding arts communities brings together artists from the Houston and San Antonio, […]
Breathe in the high desert air, take in the scenery, warm your hands by the fire, rest your legs and stare into a giant glowing […]
“We were an Oleo family. Butter was luxury and we were a space age family on a budget. Oleo is where it all started to […]
Thread, wire, plastic and wool used to explore spatial tension.
A collaborative work investigates the idea of time and physical and psychological space through light and projections.
Sculptures based on the poetry of John Berryman propose a simple question, “Are you afflicted?” and a delicate response, “My friend, I am.”
Hanging conglomerations of familiar found objects-showing a curatorial favoritism toward light fixtures.
Paintings of memory, fantasy, dreams and time.
A photographic series that explores physical, bodily systems. There are so many components within the human body and time is never taken to appreciate the […]
Works that explore the visual and existential impact of op art, psychedelia and early military camouflage.
Houston artist Kia Neill dismantles Boulder, the last of her magical cave installations, at a ceremonial geode-breaking event on September 22. The artist will be […]
The Frog Queen, one of Joshua Goode’s large sculptures, lactates and dispenses fortunes.
The Houston artist and her audience will weave a giant gods eye between two large sticks to create the installation. Visitors are also invited to […]