If you don’t get enough of Villegas’ work at the CAMH, head to McClain and check out a series of "self-portraits representing the artist as [...]
"As Michael Duncan, curator of the Texas Biennial (which featured a solo show of Vance‘s work in 2009), has noted ‘In her astounding, larger-than-life figurative [...]
The Art Guys have certainly been busy lately! In addition to being featured in concurrent shows at the CAMH and the Art Car Museum, they [...]
McClain presents two solo shows, including Kelli Vance’s exhibit, In the Dark (shown), and new paintings by Ali Smith. Vance is one of four featured [...]
featuring The Art Guys, Stephen Dean, Christian Eckart, Alejandro Garmendia, Jenny Holzer, Renee Lotenero, Tracey Moffatt, Robert Polidori, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Louise Bourgeois, Shimon Okshteyn, and [...]
McClain presents Donald Baechler‘s first solo exhibit in Texas. Be sure to make it to the panel discussion with Baechler, the CAMH’s Toby Kamps, and [...]
Work in bronze, plaster, and charcoal by George Segal.
Curated by Roberta Entwistle of Entwistle Gallery of London and Paris.
So you just got a taste of Alexander‘s paintings a few months ago, now check out his drawings.
Rebecca Horn, George Segal, Bernar Venet, Donald Baechler, Stephen Dean, Tara Donovan, Patricia Piccinini, Jonathan Seliger, Fred Wilson (shown), Christian Eckart, The Art Guys, and [...]
Texas-based artist duo Jeff Shore and Jon Fisher‘s installations, which combine light, video, music and sculptural elements, just keep getting better.
Dark Matter is a fitting title. Dorn‘s new body of work depicts a wasteland of post-apocalyptic proportion, complete with images of those unlucky enough to [...]
Work by Angelina Nasso and Katsumi Hayakawa.
More than ever, galleries in Houston are riding on the curatorial coattails of local museums, even showing up at press previews to pimp their shows….. [...]
Surfing, spelling, and geometry.
Works by Texas art giants John Alexander, Forrest Bess, Mel Chin, Robert Rauschenberg, Julian Schnabel, and James Surls make up this exhibit.
Curated by Julian Schnabel, McClain presents Garmendia
Taken straight from our Fall Preview, "Some readers might have seen Lotenero's work in THING: New Sculpture from Los Angeles at the Hammer in 2005; [...]
Including: Zhao Bo, Luo Brothers, Zhou Chunya, Zhang Dali, Sui Jianguo, Wu Junyong and Huang Yan.
McClain is on a roll with first
McClain has another first for Houston with the presentation of Halley