Jung Center

http://www.cgjunghouston.org/

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5200 Montrose Blvd

Houston, TX 77006

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CURRENT

Salon des Refuses

Jung Center

January 6 - 30, 2015

A group exhibition at the Jung Center featuring work by artists Keith J.R. Hollingsworth, Janet Hull Ruffin, Valentina Kisseleva, and Charisse Weston. (*Not to be confused with Houston's annual show of Big Show rejects with the same title.)



PAST

Barbara Jackson: Interconnections

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Russell Prince: Best Laid Plans

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Earl Staley: Reconstructions

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Stephanie Reid: Hidden Places

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F/16 Collective: Unblocked

a.k.a. the 2012 UH Photography and Digital Media senior thesis exhibition. Curated by Mary Magsamen. Featuring works by Paolo Aninag, Michael Burgas, Brittney Connelly, Danielle […]

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