An evening of poetry and prose inspired by the current installation by Dinh Q. Lê. Refreshments and door prizes. Free and open to the public.
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Lê has created a new installation for Rice. He is the first Vietnamese artist to have a solo show at the Museum of Modern Art […]
Spanish design studio, El Ultimo Grito will create a new site-specific installation. Based in London, the husband and wife team of Rosario Hurtado and Roberto […]
Listen to a 20-minute talk by Elizabeth Korver-Glenn to hear how her ongoing research project relates to Gaia’s MARSHLAND. Bring your lunch and enjoy complimentary […]
American artist Soo Sunny Park creates a new installation for Rice University Art Gallery. This site-specific work will be a suspended structure made from shaped chain link […]
A 20-minute talk by a Rice professor, whose research provides context for Gunilla Klingberg’s Wheel of Everyday Life. Bring your lunch and enjoy complimentary drinks […]
A 20-minute talk by professor Dossett, whose research provides context for gunilla Klingberg’s Wheel of Everyday Life.
An evening of “art happenings” at Rice: Swedish artist, Gunilla Klingberg’s installation (artist lecture by Gunilla at 6:00 p.m.), Galina Kurlat’s exhibition (lecture at 7 […]
Swedish artist Gunilla Klingberg will cover Rice Gallery’s floors, walls, and windows with an ornate mandala of supermarket, fast food, and big box store logos
Slide jam with Core Fellows and Rice Faculty, Matchbox Gallery opening, and music in the courtyard behind Rice Gallery. Begins at sundown.
Onishi uses translucent plastic sheeting, strings of black glue, and fishing line to create monumental forms that resemble mountains or clouds floating in space. Photo: […]
In a gravity-defying array of color and form, celebrated American sculptor Joel Shapiro will suspend wooden planks, vibrantly painted with supersaturated pigment, from the gallery’s […]
Urban scholars, artists, and community organizers will discuss some of the issues referenced in artist Ana Serrano’s Salon of Beauty – cultural identity and expression, […]
Cute, colorful buildings highlight the unexpected and ephemeral nature of a city constantly being made and unmade by its residents by this Los Angeles artist.
Rice University Art Gallery has commissioned a new installation by New York artist Mary Temple. In her “light installations,” Mary Temple paints directly on walls […]
Known for her aesthetically sleek and perceptually startling installations, Sarah Oppenheimer focuses on the architecture of the Rice University Art Gallery’s two parallel glass walls. […]
Andrea Dezsö’s obsession with space travel takes us on a journey into a lunar world. Dezsö, Transylvania-born artist, writer, and illustrator, transforms the Rice Art […]
A new installation by one of Africa’s foremost sculptors, El Anatsui, at the Rice University Art Gallery. Nigerian-based Anatsui manages to preform an alchemical transformation by turning […]
"Los Angeles artist Wayne White, who is best known as the Emmy-winning creator and performer of many of the puppet characters in the hit, late-1980s […]
Oliveira utilizes flexible plywood and discarded wood collected on the streets of São Paulo to create his massive, spatial constructions, which combine painting, architecture, and […]
Inspired by what he saw in post-Katria New Orleans, Villinski salvaged a FEMA-style trailer and turned it into an Emergency Response Studio, or ERS, acting […]
"For too much, his installation at Rice Gallery, artist Michael Salter has wrapped the walls with his personal icons and pictograms. Leaning against one of […]
You don’t have to know string theory to appreciate Brooklyn-based artist Aurora Robson’s work, even though that’s where she gets her inspiration. Science is beautiful! […]
This install by Brookyn-based Aurora Robson should be another spectacular one for Rice’s gallery. The opening is ON for Thursday, 9/18!!
Even though the gallery is techinically closed for the summer, that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to see! Mark Fox‘s installation is visible through the […]
The outgoing undergraduate show at Rice usually has a couple of strong artists in it — should be good fun.
The show has been extended. Go see it while you can.
Davenport has found another jem! Hassenfeld, whose translucent sculptures use the most ordinary of materials to create gorgegous, ornate, obsessively detailed objects that reference luxury […]