Lawndale Art Center
October 6 - January 21, 2018
"Between Worlds responds to Lynn Randolph's ongoing work with palliative care patients at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Comprised of approximately twenty drawings, these painstakingly rendered works deftly combine elements of the weird and scientific with acute psychological and metaphoric realism and builds bridges to the spiritual." The show is curated by Susie Kalil.
September 22 - October 22, 2017
"In this solo presentation by Sterling Allen, the Austin-based artist creates a site-specific sculpture-based installation that activates sight lines, architectural relationships, hanging conventions, and spatial connections, all while celebrating pop, the handmade, function, failure and the cheap illusion."
Artist Erin Stafford’s parquet floor installation undulates from underneath to create an uncanny visual experience.
Ranging from porcelain works to performance, artist Anthony Sonnenberg’s art marks his path to understanding the effects of indulgence.
In artist Jason Flowers’ interactive installation, eight cassette decks sound harmoniously together until a viewer approaches one of the individual decks and “distracts” it to...Read More
S.A. Hinson’s elevator piece is part of a larger project using texts gleaned from everyday usage to address individuals in shared spaces.
Exploring the issues and impacts of mental health and medical treatment, Stephanie Patton’s Project Space exhibition includes padded vinyl, quilted mattress pieces, and video works...Read More
Jed Foronda carves organic, abstract patterns into the surfaces of paper mediums– from Art Forums to Playboys–subverting and transforming cultural memory.
Richards’ installation–an information temple complete with security cameras, projections, and panels with unintelligible text and formulas–promises dissolution of self for communality. Surrender your identity.
Johnny DiBlasi, Stephen Kraig, Patrick Renner, and Eric Todd explore space as a medium in this site-specific, kinetic and data-driven installation.
Austin-based artist Lauren Moya Ford borrows from the “window splash” style of sign painting to place hyperbolic, time-based terms on each of Lawndale’s Main Street...Read More
Lawndale Art Center will open four new exhibitions, three of which are After Landscapes: Regan Golden-McNerney in the Cecily E. Horton Gallery, Pulse: Margaret Smithers-Crump...Read More
Questioning how freeways have impacted art making—whether as inspiration, antagonist, or more neutrally as platform or stage—curators Joshua Fischer and Katia Zavistovski feature a broad...Read More
Almost three decades ago, Lawndale started handing out small 8 x 10” tins and inviting artists to create small works inspired by the traditional Latin...Read More
Curated by James Surls in memory of late Texas Sculpture Group members Lee Littlefield, Bert Long, Jr. and Damian Priour, this giant show of 80+...Read More
Whee!! It’s time for Houston’s favorite spaghetti-thrown-at-the-wall hodgepodge of local art. Let’s go see what sticks! This year’s juror was Erin Elder, visual arts director...Read More
Lawndale’s Programming Committee will present a preview their 2014-2015 exhibition season, which includes work by Texas Sculpture Group, Bryan Gardner, Regan Golden-McNerney, Margaret Smithers-Crump, Mari...Read More
Just in time for summer, here comes an environmental social sculpture inspired by research stations in Antarctica. Two Santa Fe-based artists, Sandra Wang and Crockett Bodelson,...Read More
Salazar merges craft and minimal abstraction through woven installations and sculptures. Weavings are bound, bolted, and stretched onto and across frames, walls, ceilings, and floors.
Dubose’s paintings document what is seen through the blurry window of a moving vehicle.
In an attempt to create an exchange between the artistic communities of Houston and Dallas, this exhibition presents an exchange between current and past residents...Read More
The Lawndale Artist Studio Program provides three artists with studio space. This exhibition features the residents for the eighth round of the Lawndale Artist Studio...Read More
Features examples of contemporary design, as well as vintage modern objects of the 20th century. A wide selection of curated items will be available for...Read More
The 2014 mural at Lawndale Art Center will feature Otabenga Jones & Associates. This project will be the fourth mural at Lawndale Art Center. In addition...Read More
Using artificial plants and computer generated photographs to stand in for living foliage, this installation simulates the maintenance of a year-round growing season in minimalist...Read More
A photographic project documenting the lives of a group of U.S. veterans who exist beneath Houston’s downtown in a series of caves, tunnels and alcoves....Read More
An exhibition of large format photographs using Polaroid positive/negative black and white film. Kurlat manipulates the negatives, allowing some to degrade. In conjunction with the FotoFest...Read More
Ike and Lucas use documentary photography and filmmaking to explore encounters with niche segments of society. This recent project consists of a photographically recorded exchange...Read More
The public is invited to help create drawings on the walls of the main gallery space at Lawndale Art Center with studio artist Shayne Murphy. The...Read More
Secor’s installation is in honor of her mother, using her mother’s sewing patterns, sewing machines, thread and fabric designs as inspiration.
Both artists possess an interest in materiality, the object-like qualities in painting and the seemingly banal. Laszczynski creates assemblages that reference painting while Ninci actually...Read More
Agu’s recent work focuses on collective and personal histories. Her work consists of works on paper, installation and performance.
The third phase of the rotating mural at Lawndale is a collaboration between artists Daniel Anguilu and Aaron Parazette.