Devin Borden Gallery
April 6 - May 12, 2018
"The Scene (Houston: 1969-1981) consists of eight hand-cut found road maps based on photographs of Houston Drag Queens from 1969 to 1981. The eight pieces fit together to make a large map of Houston. Based on images found in collaboration with Houston photographers, archivists, community members, and at the Special Collections in the University of Houston Libraries, The Scene provides a glimpse into Houston's diverse and thriving drag scene in the years between Stonewall and the beginning of the AIDS crisis, and reflects on the city's historic and underappreciated role as a destination and refuge for LGBTQ citizens in the Gulf Coast region."
An exhibition featuring collage works by Louisiana-based artist Jacqueline Dee Parker.
The pieces in Matt Messinger’s exhibition Argus are inspired by the the myth of Argus, Io and Mercury from Ovid’s Metamorphoses.
An exhibition of new works by Paul Kittelson. “Kittelson is known for wryly humorous critique and social commentary in works ranging from intimately scaled wall-based assemblages...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by artists who have had temporary stays at Laura Lark’s studio compound.
A show of drawings by Julia Brown, Chris Cascio, Jason Hedges, Laura Lark, Nicolas Lobo, Richard Nix, Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin, and Hilary Wilder.
A show of new abstract paintings by Geoff Hippenstiel.
A show of assemblages by David Lackey. Via the gallery: “The impassive stares of Lackey’s subjects are imbued with a sense of silent isolation, heightened by...Read More
A show featuring works by Clark Derbes, Sharon Engelstein, Paul Kittelson, Matt Messinger and Kaneem Smith.
A show of works by painter Todd Hebert.
An exhibition of works by Josh Bernstein.
An exhibition of drawings by Richard Nix.
An exhibition featuring works by Washington D.C.-based artist Julia Brown. The artist “creates paintings, videos, and works on paper exploring the politics of looking, the body as...Read More
An exhibition of cut maps and performance-related sculptures by Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin. The artists are currently working on a series of 50 installations, highlighting...Read More
Work by Clark Derbes.
An exhibition of works by Paul Kittelson.
An exhibition of works on paper by Jillian Conrad, Laura Lark, Bryan Miller, Melissa Thorne and more.
An exhibition of works by artist Hilary Wilder. “Wilder employs an arsenal of techniques and media to blur the boundaries between landscape, trompe l’oeil and abstraction.”
An exhibition of sculpture and paintings created from found objects.
An exhibition of works by Laura Lark.
An exhibition of new works by Jillian Conrad that flirt the line between physical objects, images, and ways of seeing.
A show of recent work by Houston painter Christopher Cascio.
A show of new works on paper by artist Sharon Engelstein, in which she’s combined techniques of printing and hand drawn ink to create space...Read More
Paintings by artist Anders Moseholm of simultaneously romantic and unsettling spaces.
New works by artist Ted Kincaid blur the lines between traditional photography and digitally manufactured reality.
A show of new art assemblages by antiquarian-turned-artist David Lackey using found, 19th century photographs and objects.
Dallas-based artist Darryl Lauster presents drawings and sculpture spawned by the relationship of his personal life’s story to broader historical references.
A delicate, tentative, room-sized installation of spindly twiggy things pasted together with scraps of watercolor drawings, augmented with more drawings, odds, ends and rocks. It’s...Read More
New work from Houston artist Kaneem Smith. Click here for our slideshow interview with her from a few years back!
A rotating selection of recent works by gallery artists including Christopher Cascio (pictured), Nicole Phungrasamee Fein, Geoff Hippenstiel, and others.
Giroux uses incidental gestures and symbolism from urban streetscapes in his newest paintings. Screenprinted elements and gestural marks are intended to create tension and a variety of detail.
Mass media has left an enormous field of indelible dots across Lark’s tearproof, Tyvek soul.