Diverseworks

Diverseworks

http://diverseworks.org/

713 223-8346

3400 Main Street, Suite 292

Houston, TX 77002

CURRENT

Pablo Helguera: The Fable is to be Retold

Diverseworks

September 17 - November 19, 2016

An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Pablo Helguera. For this show, Helguera "uses fables to examine forms of visual and linguistic communication (or miscommunication) and understanding." The exhibition will feature new installation and video work, conceptual sculpture, and collages.



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Emily Peacock: August

The world premiere screening of Emily Peacock’s new film, August. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Peacock. A short summary of the film, via Diverseworks:...

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Diverse Discourse: Angela Mattox

A conversation between Angela Mattox, Artistic Director, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA), and Rachel Cook, the curator of DiverseWorks.

What Shall We Do Next?

An exhibition exploring how technology and advertising impact our relationships, bodies, and everyday lives. The show features work by Danielle Dean, Kristin Lucas, Julien Prévieux, and...

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Diverse Discourse: Chris Sharp

A lecture by Chris Sharp, a Mexico City-based editor of Kaleidoscope magazine. His writings have appeared in publications such as Artforum, Frieze, and Mousse. Sharp is a co-founder...

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Diverse Discourse: Xandra Eden

A lecture by Xandra Eden, DiverseWork’s new Executive Director and Chief Curator. Eden will speak about her past projects as well as her vision for DiverseWorks.

Katie Grinnan: Nocturnal Hologram

An exhibition of works by Katie Grinnan that investigate the relationship between visual and cognitive experience. Featuring three large-scale sculptural installations, the works explore what happens...

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Jhon Stronks and Tek Wilson

An artist talk by Jhon Stronks and Tek Wilson about their unique, performative practices for works on stage, in the gallery, and in unexpected public...

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Lillian Warren: Photo-performance

A public program in which artist Lillian Warren will construct a live photo shoot, placing individual participants in various poses for a series of images...

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Parliament of Owls

A group exhibition featuring paintings, sculptures, photographs, mixed-media, videos, performances, and site-specific interventions by members of DiverseWorks’ Artist Board, including Michael Galbreth, Daniel Adame, Julia...

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Tahni Holt: Duet Love

An hour-long performance of a new work by Portland choreographer Tahni Holt–a celebration of love, lust, and charged energy, and an inquiry into how bodies...

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Dean Moss: Johnbrown

A performance by multidisciplinary artist Dean Moss–a dark, wry meditation on the legacy of the white 19th-century abolitionist and related racial, gender, and generational issues....

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12 Minutes Max! (night 2)

Diverseworks’ popular, fast-paced evening of local performance returns! Night 1 features Sandy Ewen, Phillip Pyle II, Maurice Duhon & Jawwaad Taylorm Sophia Torres, and Daniel...

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12 Minutes Max! (night 1)

Diverseworks’ popular, fast-paced evening of local performance returns! Night 1 features Sandy Ewen, Phillip Pyle II, Maurice Duhon & Jawwaad Taylorm Sophia Torres, and Daniel...

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Diverse Discourse: Thomas J. Lax

DiverseWorks and the MFAH’s Core Residency Program co-present a lecture with guest, Thomas J. Lax, Associate Curator of Media and Performance Art at the Museum...

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Mark Hirsch: Tat2

Houston-based artist Mark Hirsch’s presents his Tat2, a sound driven tattooing machine that creates artwork on canvas based on the frequency and volume of voices....

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Oliver Herring: Areas for Action

German-born, New York-based artist Oliver Herring’s evolving exhibition consists of daily performances, improvisatory sculptures, and real-time collaborative artworks created on-site. Gallery visitors are invited to...

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Chelsea Knight and Mark Tribe: Posse Comitatus

An ongoing collaborative project by New York-based artists Knight and Tribe, Posse Comitatus examines the socio-cultural dynamics of paramilitary groups and the representation of their political ideologies through...

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Pepe Mar: Parco dei Mostri

DiverseWorks has comissioned a large-scale, immersive installation from Miami artist Pepe Mar, who creates brightly-colored shadow boxes populated by handmade figurines cobbled from thrift store...

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No One’s Dog

A community-based photography project documenting Houston’s animal overpopulation crisis. There will be a community awareness event at Box 13 on August 9th as well. Details...

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Workshop: Meet Your Media

Come meet “esteemed” members of the media Joel Luks of CultureMap, Molly Glentzer of the Houston Chronicle, and Glasstire’s own Texas Editor, the legendary Bill...

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