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TX BI 2013 (not to be confused with the Texas BiENNIAL) seeks to share artwork of artists relating to both sexes and/or showing characteristics of...Read More
Ceramic sculptures with novel approaches to surface design, a performance with animal headdresses, and photographs of porcelain facial prosthetics. featuring works by Teri Frame, Ryan...Read More
According to Depuis, “Invisible and visible boxes surround us every day, from the standards of society and institutions to houses, studios, and offices. For me,...Read More
Little seen, almost secret bodies of works by two artists, curated by Emily Sloan. Havard’s drawings arrive from a meditative, intuitive process. McClain explores spontaneity.
Bradley‘s photographs (in the Lens Capsule Truck, parked outside Gallery 1724) explore the profundity of the everyday and seeks convey the potency of such though...Read More
Peet’s exhibition will feature her series “How I Will Die,” a photographic exploration of hypochondria and mortality. Britt Ragsdale will exhibit, “Members” a show of...Read More
“Doug Cason and Zepeda both create such thoroughly developed and highly skilled bodies of work that it can be quite a surprise to find out...Read More
For a second year, Houston artist Emily Sloan will wash people’s hair and record their memories of “where I was and what I was doing...Read More
Bobby Younce, ubiquitous figure model for Houston art classes for more than a decade approaches a quietly iconic state for curators Hagit Barkai and Aisen...Read More
Stick it to the man with Gallery 1724’s exhibition For The Man… The 9 to 5 Show. The line-up includes Tish Stringer, Matthew Glover, Emily...Read More
Gallery 1724 presents two exhibitions with new works on paper by recent graduates of the University of Houston, Joel A. Bender, Jr. and Richard Nix....Read More
Gallery 1724 showcases two solo shows opening in one night! Kentucky-based Isaac Powell addresses his own anxieties through imagery of flora which directly references the...Read More
Just coming off a feature at Labotanica, Matthew Glover’s work is derived from female models and has an intentional low resolution-look in Knitted Nudes. Also...Read More
Salon des Refusés is an exhibition of artworks rejected from the Big Show 2010 opening at Lawndale Art Center Friday, July 9 thru August 7....Read More
Ok, so as of Saturday night, Lane Hagood is the official winner of the 2010 Hunting Art Prize. So with an extra 50 Gs in...Read More
Check out this exhibition In the Beginning…A William Winkler / Hayden Fosdick Collaboration for the 2010 FotoFest Biennial at Gallery 1724.
Awesome artwork wearables by Gabriel Craig, Arthur Hash, Lauren Kalman (shown), Masumi Kataoka, Katja Korsawe, Edward McCartney, Gwendolyn McLarty, Erika Pahk, Natalya Pinchuk, Gary Schott,...Read More
Gallery 1724 presents new work by Julia Fernandez-Pol (shown) in the east room and Valerie Powell in the west room.
"Lorrie Aslakson, William Bailey, Rafael Castañet, Jess W. Coleman, Brian Ford, Gena Haber, Byrne Jackson, Cam Lu, Fiona F. Maclean (shown), Austin McClure, Annette K....Read More
Current Lawndale resident Emily Sloan is well-known for her "larger-than-life, site-specific public installations, like the ‘Burning House’ on highway 59N, the Sabine Street Bridge Lamp...Read More
After a short hiatus due to the relocation of curator Kara Duval and her husband, Frank Rose, to Santa Fe, Gallery 1724 is back with...Read More
Work by Nacogdoches-based photographer and S.F.A. assistant professor Christopher Talbot, who coincidently shares a surname with the pioneer of early photography.
New work by Austin-based artist Brandon González.