BOX 13 ArtSpace
A window exhibition of work by artist Diana-Sophia Estrada contrasting the geography and natural disaster impacts of Houston and Los Angeles.
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 […]
A collaborative work by artists Tom Orr and Arthur Peña exploring perception and mystery, sensitivity to materials and interest in light as a phenomenon.
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 […]
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 […]
A show of works by painter Amanda Smith depicting hybrid spaces and visual puns, and exploring ideas of distance and exploration.
A group exhibition of artists’, architects’, and designers’ proposals for impossible projects and ideas. Curated by Kim Cook, the show features work by Javier Fadul, […]
A show featuring artist Edward Kelley’s playful works concerning both personal histories and larger human history.
Janet Morrow’s cast sugar window installation explores ideas of isolation, brokenness, silence and dependency.
Lindsay Palmer focuses on the life and career of French filmmaking pioneer Alice Guy Blanche, and specifically, her 1912 film, Falling Leaves.
Artists Christie Blizard, Jimmy Canales, Mat Kubo, Ken Little, and Mark McCoin dismantle both the physical form and historical contexts of the piano.
Interactive, kinetic sculptures, puzzles and wall texts by artist Candace Hicks.
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 […]
Four shows. The collaborative team Chuck & George present work inspired by their personal history of movies, children’s stories, toys, music and TV shows in […]
Giampietro, a University of Houston graduate, returns to Houston, showing new work he’s made in Arlington, TX.
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3-D paintings involving deconstructed piñatas.
Galveston-based Nick Barbee and Dallas-based CJ Davis share an aesthetic sensibility “rooted in material exploration, a grandmother, a visual vocabulary based in humor and everyday […]
Illuminated manuscripts from Anthony Suber.
Using materials such as Tyvek and vinyl, Baumbach has cut holes into the material to produce concentric circular designs.
Ludwig’s work is motivated by an interest in the way people constantly receive and emit sensory signals with their bodies. Participants move within the work […]
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 […]
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 […]
Wynne presents objects that gain value not by their inherent worth but through the absurd determination of their existence.
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.
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 […]