Contemporary Arts Museum Houston – CAMH

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston - CAMH

(713) 284-8250

5216 Montrose Boulevard

Houston, TX 77006


A Better Yesterday

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston - CAMH

May 19 - September 3, 2017

An exhibition featuring three artists whose works explore themes of childhood accomplishments, imaginary worlds, and traumas into a dialogue with their present lives. Artists include JooYoung Choi, Jack Early, and Lily van der Stokker.

Paul Ramírez Jonas: Atlas, Plural, Monumental

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston - CAMH

April 28 - August 6, 2017

An exhibition featuring sculptures, photography, videos, drawings, and participatory works by Paul Ramírez Jonas. From CAMH: "Ramírez Jonas's work galvanizes connections between the personal, the collective, and the public, making them concrete and observable. Manifested in visually, materially, and conceptually compelling forms, Ramírez Jonas's work invigorates our cultural commons by inviting the public to reflect on and engage with public art in inventive and surprising ways."


Meet and Greet: Robert Hodge

Robert Hodge and Tierney Malone will discuss the process of creating Hodge’s album, Two & ½ Years.

Origins of the Self

An exhibition curated by the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s Teen Council. The show includes works by 63 teens that address themes of personal identity.

Angel Otero: Everything and Nothing

An exhibition surveying works created by artist Angel Otero from 2006 to 2015. The show includes paintings, collages, and sculptures.

A Traveling Show

An exhibition exploring language, linguistics, and personal communication. The show came out of a continuing mail art exchange between artists Matt Keegan and Kay Rosen.

Right Here, Right Now: Houston, Volume 2

Right Here, Right Now features three exhibitions by Houston-based artists: Amy Blakemore: People, Cars & Buildings, Sculptures, Flowers, and Junk, curated by Dean Daderko. Thedra Cullar-Ledford:...

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Jae Ko: flow 流

For this exhibition, artist Jae Ko has created a site-specific installation titled flow  流. The work consists of a room-sized sculptural relief constructed from nearly one ton of...

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Artist Talk: Jason Moran

Pianist, composer, and bandleader Jason Moran will discuss Jennie C. Jones’ work and its relationship to music.

The Interview: Red, Red Future

An exhibition of works by MPA that are inspired by the possibility of the human colonization of Mars. The show presents a new body of work...

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David Getsy: Abstract Bodies

Historian David Getsy will discuss his recent book Abstract Bodies: Sixties Sculpture in the Expanded Field of Gender.

Mark Flood: Gratest Hits

“Never has an exhibition enjoyed so many moments of extreme visual beauty, cheek by jowl with crude humor and aggressive, roughly rendered texts to create...

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Jennie C. Jones: Compilation

An exhibition of works by conceptual artist Jennie C. Jones. Drawing largely from music, Jones’ practice is based on the act of listening and translating sound...

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A Fool for Jeffrey’s Sake

A performance by Jeffrey Vallance in collaboration with Reverend Ethan Acres. For this event, Reverend Acres will “assume the character of a Lutheran Minister who has come to...

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Texas Design Now

An exhibition of fashion, accessories, furniture and industrial design by artists working in Texas. The works in the show vary greatly in style and in...

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Whispering Bayou

An multi-media installation reflecting Houston through an ever-evolving, interactive assemblage of audiovisual impressions. The show is a collaboration of Houston filmmaker and community activist Carroll...

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Steven Evans

A talk and book signing with artist, curator, and FotoFest Director Steven Evans, held in conjunction with the release of his publication The Number One...

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Reading: Richard Hell

A reading by Richard Hell, the author of I Dreamed I Was A Very Clean Tramp, is held in conjunction with Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty.

Poetry Reading by Eileen Myles

A reading by legendary post-punk “lesbian culture hero” and New York-based poet Eileen Myles, held in conjunction with the exhibition Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty.

Perspectives 189: From the Margins

A group exhibition– the 9th biennial youth art exhibition organized by CAMH’s Teen Council–featuring work by 48 Houston-area teen artists in a variety of media...

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Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty

An exhibition surveying artist Marilyn Minter’s explorations of our culture’s deepest impulses, compulsions, and fantasies, as well as the complex and contradictory ideas of the...

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Musiqa: Double Life

Musiqa presents a free, intimate gallery concert at the CAMH featuring the world premiere by Musiqa composer intern Charles Halka, a work for percussion with...

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Mel Chin: Rematch (CAMH)

Part of a multi-venue retrospective of work the Houston-born artist Mel Chin, the CAMH presents 19 of Chin’s discrete works made between the early 1970s...

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Double Life

Pushing at our definitions of “performance,” Double Life features a video and performance by Paris-based choreographer Jérôme Bel, a sculptural environment by South Korean artist...

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Robert Hodge: Destroy and Rebuild

The first  solo museum show for Houston musician and visual artist, Robert Hodge. Though his practice has expanded to include site-specific sculpture and hip hop...

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