Improvised music by Berlin-based bassist Mike Majkowski with Austin’s SSBT, preceded by Houston trombonist David Dove.
Zurich-based painter Christoph Hueppi’s latest body of work inspired by microscopic organisms, molecular sciences, and developing technologies. Hueppi will be reside in Houston for the […]
An exhibition focusing on the act of mark making, featuring works by Houston artists Tierney Malone, David McGee, Cody Ledvina, Beth Secor
Part of a new micro grant program, Homeland Soup attendees will pay $5-$10 entry, receive soup and drink, and award the evening’s proceeds to one […]
Works by artists Heather Bause (Houston), Calvin Ross Carl (Portland), Geneva Gordon (Houston), Christoph Hueppi (Switzerland), and Darcy Rosenberger (Houston) blur traditional boundaries between painting, […]
For the second show in its renovated spaced, gH presents I’ll Imply, You Decipher—the art of recent UH grads Betsy Huete and Kyle McAvoy, whose […]
Houston artists Daniel Bertalot, Jed Foronda, and John Forse work with “place, spacial relations, and depth of surroundings” at the first show at Paul Middendorf’s […]
Hullabaloo is a Holiday end of the year celebratory small works exhibition with all works priced under $500. This exhibition is bringing together over 50 […]
galleryHOMELAND presents a large scale installation and exhibition by Domokos Benczéd. Domokos’s work consists of silk screened prints on polished metal, sound installations, videos, collages, […]
Tony Garbarini’s new work, Top, exists at the edge of theater prop and diorama.
Gallery Homeland hosts a benefit bash/pre-launch party for Bill Daniel’s new project, The Texas Punk Problem, a book of photography and writing from the early […]
Trey Ferguson, Hillaree Hamblin, Stephanie Hamblin, Miguel Martinez, and Ana Villagomez: five young Houston artists studying at Rice and UH, before the prime time of […]
Houston artist Cody Ledvina presents his new video installation “Dad Town is an HJ Hub,” along with new work by French Neon a NY collaborative […]