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An exhibition of paintings by Houston artist John Jenkins.
An exhibition of works by Thedra Cullar-Ledford and Charise Isis.
A juried exhibition of works by Texas printmakers.
Exhibitions by watercolor artist Daniel Angeles and printmaker Helen Gerritzen. Beneath the Surface includes detailed surrealist watercolor paintings with lighthearted narratives, while Censor explores strong horizontal lines and...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Todd Williamson. The artist’s use of bright color transports viewers into a world of intense passion, beauty and...Read More
An exhibition of photographs by Houston-based artist Frank Sherwood White. The works in the show are “about the horizontal line and the ability of those...Read More
An exhibition of photomontages that use images of consumer culture to warn of a dystopian future.
An exhibition of works from The Center of Art and Photography at Celebration Company, an entrepreneurial program for adults with disabilities.
From the press release: “We are wandering in a fishbowl at the circus of the daft inside the theatre of the absurd at the carnival...Read More
The gallery’s first show featuring Michelle O’Michael. The artist on her work: “My sculptures bridge our existence in the physical and metaphysical realms, residue of the...Read More
An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Danielle Frankenthal. “Her work is on canvases of acrylic resin, which are covered in paint and layered atop...Read More
An exhibition of drawings by John Adelman that explore the intersection of drawing and sculpture.
An exhibition featuring work by artists Celan Bouillette, Darcy Rosenberger, and Jessica Dupuis.
An exhibition featuring painted woodcuts and large-scale prints by Ricky Armendariz, etchings by Helen Gerritzen, and hanging sculptural pieces by Meredith Jack.
A juried group exhibition featuring lithography, relief, intaglio, monotype, and serigraphy prints by Texas artists, selected by printmaker Karen Kunc. Part of PrintHouston.
An exhibition of graphite drawings and large-scale installations by Texas artist Marshall Harris.
An exhibition of work by Houston photographer Frank Sherwood White, finding forms in nature and the body.
An exhibition of works by New York artist Julian Lorber, who communicates about pollution’s effect on surfaces, edges and the environment with a new language.
Two exhibitions: Amy Lin’s Dreamscape and Cathie Kayser’s You were never… but I kept looking for you anyway.
Choreography by Laura Gutierrez, performed by Houston Ballet’s Connor Walsh.
Houston-based artist Ellen Orseck paints images of figures submerged in water.
One of the most influential artists to emerge from the 1960s Los Angeles art scene, Bell began to explore passing light through glass cubes he...Read More
For those who can’t make it out to Marfa to see his current installation, here’s your chance to catch bunches of work by one of...Read More
New work by Houston artists Kelley Devine and Adam Nisenson.
An exhibition inspired by self-help from the Houston collective Sketchy Neighbors, which includes Anthony Butkovich, Brenda Cruz-Wolf, Chris Thompson, Katsola, Joseph Blanchard, Colin Kaeppel, Stephanie Lienhard,...Read More
New works from the Houston-based painter.
NEXT 2014 is the major exhibition of PrintHouston, the annual summer-long celebration of original prints, the artists who create them, and the people who collect them.
McNett, printmaker of Wolfbat Studios, has broadened his craft from the traditional flat page into sculpture, design objects, and performances.
Barer creates mandala-like images of manipulated books.
Arguelles’ presents heavily impastoed canvases with Kato’s large scale humorous narrative photographic collages.
Three disparate artists working in media from pencil drawing to 3 dimensional objects. Curated by Techang, the work includes a special performance piece.
These works premiered at the People’s Genome Celebration, June 2001, at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in DC. and is part of a...Read More