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Stephen Wilson: Ultimate Justice

Fresh Arts

July 17 - August 28, 2015

An exhibition of photographs, drawings, notes, documents, and videos by Houston-based artist Stephen Wilson based on his experiences living with and assising the family of Elroy Chester, who was executed by the State of Texas the summer of 2013 despite being mentally impaired.



A group exhibition explores the relationship between art and science, featuring performance, video, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media work by Gretchen Freitag, Cassandra Hanks, Morgan Jenks, […]

Jamie Ellen Davis: troublewithwords

Using text as aesthetic rather than semantic material, Jamie Ellen Davis’ recent drawings and prints, along with work drawn directly on the gallery walls, create […]

Autumn Knight: GYN

A multi-disciplinary installation and performance that tells a fictional story about the relationship between a woman and her multiple male gynecologists. After a variety of […]

Transitional Artifacts

A site-specific, collaborative installation by The Center for Imaginative Cartography & Research, the brainchild of Houston-based artists Emily Halbardier and Erik Sultzer. They’re bringing in […]

Post Persuasion: George Reynolds

An exhibition of print and video advertisements created without the intention of persuading anyone to do anything. 

Always Plus One Day: Melinda Laszczynski

A multimedia exhibition using a wide-range of materials including house paint, tape, and spray paint, photographs and discarded construction materials.

The Jew Who Loves Christmas

A new multi-media installation by artist and writer, Abby Koenig. Her gilded wonderland chronicles the conflicting emotions that many experience during the holiday season. Eggnog […]

Paisaje Roto / Passage Rot: Jorge Galván Flores

Fresh Arts presents Paisaje Roto / Passage Rot, a cross-cultural multimedia exhibition by artist Jorge Galván Flores. Using projected video, drawing, watercolor and sculpture, Flores […]

Being Alive: Lisa Harris

The final performance of No Matter How Hard I Try I Can’t Look The Same As I Did Yesterday, a new performative installation by experimental […]

Submerged: Origins of a Species

Fresh Arts presents Submerged: Origins of a Species, the first professional exhibition by the art duo VILD, Vinita Israni and Linh Tran Do. Submerged features […]

Britt Ragsdale: Playback

Fresh Arts and galleryHOMELAND Houston present Playback, the second installment of two collaborative exhibition projects curated by Paul Middendorf and hosted by Fresh Arts. Playback […]

Vim and Vigor

An exhibition of new works by Brandon Araujo, Chris Fulkerson, and Mauricio Menijvar, three artists who take utilitarian or discarded materials and by altering them […]

Vim and Vigor

Fresh Arts and galleryHOMELAND Houston present Vim and Vigor, the first installment of two collaborative exhibition projects curated by Paul Middendorf and hosted by Fresh […]

Regina Agu: Visible Unseen

New drawings and collages transforming mundane artifacts into meditations on the body, collective memory, and hidden and forgotten histories.

Frame Dance Productions: The Black Space

Live dance, dance-on-screen,  and the instinctive need to find forgiveness in the midst of injury. Frame Dance gives permission to the viewer to interact in […]

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