Lawndale Art Center

Lawndale Art Center

http://www.lawndaleartcenter.org

(713) 528-5858

4912 Main Street

Houston, TX 77002

CURRENT

BioCity

Lawndale Art Center

January 22 - June 11, 2016

A "performance-art-sculpture" installed on Lawndale's lawn. "The project will involve the creation of numerous small-scale structures each one timed, designed and tuned to attract, interface, or illustrate indigenous and migratory life on the site."A project by The Expanded Environment, featuring Ned Dodington, Christoph Ibele, Jon LaRocca & Haldre Rogers.

Georgia Carter: Grisaille

Lawndale Art Center

January 22 - February 27, 2016

An exhibition of drawings and inkjet prints by Georgia Carter. For the works, Carter digitally alters photos of grisaille, french decorative wallpaper, and then re-draws the pixelated alteration.

Jorge Galván Flores: Alkanzíyya

Lawndale Art Center

January 22 - February 27, 2016

A tableau by artist Jorge Galván Flores. The piece "thinks about the connections between citizenship and sexuality, specifically how personal desire might be linked to self-preservation and survival."

Satellite

Lawndale Art Center

January 22 - February 27, 2016

An exhibition of works by Almendra Castillo, Cinthia Gomez & Yma Luis. The show is process-based: the artists attempted "to recreate a single body of work based upon a series of letters describing each artists' sculpture." The artists essentially played "Telephone" using letters in an attempt to examine how a single sculpture changes through the eyes of different artists.  

Randy Bolton: Flicker + Fade

Lawndale Art Center

January 22 - February 27, 2016

An exhibition of sculptural print installations by artist Randy Bolton. By distressing and reassembling objects, Bolton attempts to create a story using unrelated images.



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PAST

The Big Slide Show

Join Lawndale and Houston’s talented Big Show artists for short, informal presentations about their work. Come early as seating is limited. Today’s lineup: Thursday, August...

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The Big Show!

The Big Show is Lawndale Art Center’s annual open-call, juried exhibition. It has been an important venue through which emerging and under-represented Houston area artists...

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Rahul Mitra: Box City

Hundreds of painted cardboard boxes echo the slums of Mitra’s native India and Favela shantytowns.

REady MADE

Six artists who integrate discarded items with clay and ceramic processes.

Mike Beradino: Crystal Palace

Dimly lit screens painted with photo luminescent-pigment. A custom built green channel laser “projector” will then project graphical interpretations of the space on to the...

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Xochi Solis: Rivers of Our Vision

Austin-based artist Xochi Solis uses found imagery, vinyl, plastics, paint and colored paper to create large site-specific paintings with repeated ellipses and gestural paint strokes.

Present Tense

Eight artists using sculpture, video and photography to explore personal narratives, featuring new works by Brittney Connelly, Shannon Dunca, Rosine Koumen, Emily Peacock, Britt Ragsdale,...

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Continuum: Counterclockwise

Continuum collective presents Counterclockwise, a carnivalesque performance art adventure, exalting the Human Hamster Wheel as an icon of monotonous amusement, with  belly dancers, hermaphrodites, a...

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James Ciosek: Human Hamster Wheel

Ever  noticed the habitual, repetitive, sometimes futile, nature of human psychologies and activities which expend vast amounts of energy but, in the end, go nowhere?

Peter Lucas: Voyager Found

In 1977, Astronomer Carl Sagan and colleagues assembled a collection of diagrams, greetings, photographs, and recorded sounds and music as a “message in a bottle”...

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Jane Eifler: Travelogue

Collages made primarily while traveling on long car trips, at home watching movies and during her free time.

Laura Nicole Kante: Fibers of Being

An installation of crochet lace that consumes the wall and organically responds to the architecture of the gallery; sculptural wall pieces in which woven forms...

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Retablo & Student Exhibitions

Lawndale’s popular Día de los Muertos exhibition invites artists and the public to create contemporary interpretations of retablos on 8″ x 10″ pieces of sheet...

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Lawndale 2012-2013 Mural by the F Team

A continuation of Daniel Anguilu’s “Famous Monsters” mural created by the “F” Team: Daniel Anguilu, James Burns, Tierney L. Malone, Angel Quesada, Michael C. Rodriguez,...

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Candace Hicks: Compositions

Hick’s embroidered book, String Theory, is part pseudo-scientific humor, part genuine awe. New prints resolve the abstract patterns on the covers of cheap composition books...

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Lillian Warren: Wait With Me

A site-specific painting installation covers the walls of the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery with a continuous series of figures.

Paolo Piscitelli: More Work More Space

Piscitelli will create a wooden sculptural installation (Sculpture Play) in a perpetual state of construction and destruction using elements such as adhesive tape, clay, steam,...

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Leslie Mutchler: TrendFACTORY

Mutchler explores issues of hand(craft), labor and the repetition of memes in the virtual world. Hand-manufactured objects focus on ways in which a controlled community,...

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