On loan from the collection of the Houston Museum of Natural Science, "this exhibition showcases selections of Jean Charles Chenu’s, Illustrations Conchyliologiques, a sumptuous publication […]
The Printing Museum
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featuring photographs and prints by the artists of WIVLA (Women in the Visual and Literary Arts)
The Museum of Printing History presents Pulled from the Vault: Selected Prints from the Collection of Anya Tish Gallery, featuring selected prints from Central/Eastern European […]
"Illustrated Fine Printing: The Whittington Press, Matrix & America explores the relationship between the influential journal Matrix and contributing printers and writers from the US. […]
Israeli-born, Houston-based print artist Orna Feinstein has been working on this series since 2004, and it currently numbers over 300 monoprints and 4 installations.
In collaboration with the Consulate of Australia, the Museum of Printing History presents limited edition linocuts by aboriginal Australian artists from Mua Island.
Large-scale monoprints of plant specimens by David J. Webb.
In collaboration with the Women in the Visual and Literary Arts (WIVLA), the Museum of Printing History features work by WIVLA members showcasing printmaking techniques, […]
If you’ve ever wondered where all those neon signs go when they’re time is done on the Vegas Strip, then this is the show for […]
Comic book fans rejoice! Organized by Richard Evans of Bedrock City Comics, Comic Books: a Visual Journey features seminal works, such as the early appearances […]
Sad that FotoFest 2008 is coming to an end? Then check out Frazier King’s pretty pics of orchids.
This retrospective exhibit of Danish artist Finn Nygaard‘s posters fills all three of the museum’s galleries.
In conjunction with Akira Kurosaki
Exposing the dark, fake side of the literary world, this exhibition gathers examples of published deception over the years. Includes copies of: the Texas Declaration […]
EXTRA, EXTRA read all about it! Dive into the history of newspaper printing starting with the 17th century to contemporary events, walk through infamous headlines:
In 1971, a live music venue called Liberty Hall opened on Houston