October 28 - December 30, 2016
An exhibition of works by Houston artist Jamal Cyrus. From the gallery: "Drawing on the languages of collage and assemblage, as well as the cultural politics embedded within Black American music, Cyrus’s work pursues sculpture as a series of metaphysical encounters."
An exhibition of works by longtime Texas Woman’s University professor Dorothy Antoinette LaSelle.
An exhibition of works by Swedish artist Sigrid Sandström.
An exhibition organized by Dana Frankfort and Gael Stack and featuring works by Charis Ammon, Patricia Gonzalez, Spencer Harris, Vera Iliatova, Tracey Keller, Melinda Laszczynski, Trevon Latin,...Read More
An exhibition of sculptures by artist Gene Owens. The artist welcomes chance and natural processes in his process of bronze casting used to make the works...Read More
An exhibition of paintings by Kristin Musgnug. Her works draw from real life situations, blending observation and imagination.
An exhibition featuring works by Houston-based artist Katrina Moorhead.
An exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Brooklyn-based artist Håvard Homstvedt. His approach to making work is to “separate as much as he connects: disparate subjects...Read More
An exhibition of photographs by Edgar Leciejewski. The works in the show create an “unabashedly synthetic view of the world: the photographs are insistently clear-eyed, but...Read More
A solo exhibition by David Aylsworth.
An exhibition of works on paper by Carl Suddath, Gilad Efrat and Jim Verburg.
An exhibition of paintings by Tommy Fitzpatrick. “Working from photographs of loose-limbed wooden lattices, he translates volume, perspective and light into hard-edged pattern, quixotically pursuing an...Read More
An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Demetrius Oliver. Drawing from a variety of intellectual interests, Oliver’s work records the active act of observation.
A group exhibition including new work by David Aylsworth, Michael Jones McKean, Demetrius Oliver, Jim Richard, Dario Robleto, Robert Ruello, Sigrid Sandström and Brent Steen,...Read More
An exhibition of new work by Michael Jones McKean–assembled sculptures and wall-works in unexpected configurations.
Two exhibitions: Darren Waterston’s Pavo is a series of 36 new works on paper referencing both the opulence and decay of James McNeill Whistler’s Peacock...Read More
Two concurrent exhibitions, featuring paintings by Gilad Efrat and silkscreens by Brad Tucker.
Carlee Fernandez’ photographs and sculptures explore personal identity by finding connections and blurred familial boundaries.
Former Core Fellow Angela Fraleigh returns to Houston to show a new body of work based on the complex theme of desire.
Kaphar, Milan and Oliver were all 2006 residents at the Studio Museum in Harlem. This show of their individual work highlights considerations of landscape among...Read More
Inga Kerber is a German artist who makes photographic prints in fussed-with multiples.
Minamikawa’s paintings respond to the storefronts, objects and passersby of his native Tokyo.
Cyrus uses melisma, the musical technique of singing one extended syllable across several notes, as a framework to address the tonal variations of history, context...Read More
FOTOFEST 2014: Linarejos Moreno: Fragmented Past/Reconstructed Present and Amy Blakemore: More Pictures
This will be Moreno’s first exhibition and Blakemore’s sixth solo exhibition with Inman.
Salavon develops data sets and using homemade software, turns them into prints, videos, and installations. His programs transform collections of cable television footage, Western painting,...Read More
This show grew out of a visit to Leipzig, one of Houston’s official sister cities (Karachi in Pakistan is one too!) by Kerry Inman and Lea...Read More
Moorhead’s fifth solo show with Inman presents new objects and gestures, titled in honor of the Arctic Tern, known, like the artist for ceaseless, lengthy...Read More
A two-day exhibition collecting ten years of paintings based on the contents of two nearby boxlike buildings in Montrose, by University of Houston painting students...Read More
Geometric paintings inspired by Edwin Abbott’s 1884 novella Flatland.
Emily Joyce’s recent silkscreen print series interprets tree-rings, knots, and cuts -as startling optical abstractions.