Station Museum of Contemporary Art

Station Museum of Contemporary Art

http://www.stationmuseum.com

(713) 529-6900

1502 Alabama

Houston, TX 77004

CURRENT

Andres Serrano: Torture

Station Museum of Contemporary Art

June 3 - November 19, 2017

For the works in Torture, artist Andres Serrano, under the guidance of military personnel, photographed more than 40 models that underwent various forms of torture. From the Station: "The models suffered humiliation and actual physical distress as they were shackled, submerged and forced into stress positions for extended periods of time. Both mental and physical techniques were used on his subjects, as Serrano chose to enter into a lineage of perverse experimentation for punishment or coercive means."



PAST

Station Sound Series

An event featuring sound and musical performance by Atrium (Anisa Boukhlif and Rebecca Novak), Mike Abramowitz, Daed aka Ian Lambert, B L A C K I E, Abel Cisneros, and Danny...

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Station Sound Series

An evening of experimental sound and musical performances. Featuring: Colin Hedrick, Edison Carhuaricra, Briefcase Brad, Tsuyoshi Anzai, Megan Easely, and Gerritt Wittmer.

Friendly Fire

“Friendly Fire consists of spatial constructs and interior interventions by artists drawn from this community.” Featuring works by: Regina Agu, Noah Edmundson, Robert Hodge, Jesse Lott, Gabriel Martinez, Lovie Olivia, Forrest Prince,...

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Corpocracy

A group exhibition exploring strategies of capitalism and corporate culture. “Corpocracy is the absurd reality of our society in which corporations and their interests are...

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Degrees of Separation

In conjunction with Mel Chin: Rematch, this group show pays homage to the activist work of the native Houston artist with works by Wayne Gilbert,...

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Mel Chin: Rematch (Station Museum)

Part of the multi-venue Mel Chin retrospective, the Station presents his 1991 installation Degrees of Paradise, and hosts the opening night party. (The group show...

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ReMarket Houston

Billed as “Houston’s original green flea” (have flea markets ever been anything but?), ReMarket promises vendors who used recycled/reused materials in their craft, plus there...

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Collective Reaction

This umbrella exhibition features six solo exhibitions by Democracia, Adel Abidin, Hito Steyerl, Mohammed Al-Shammarey, Prince Varughese Thomas, and Maura Sheehan. Dealing with the proliferation...

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Summer Sound Series

The Station Museum of Contemporary Art presents the Summer Sound Series in conjunction with CALL IT STREET ART, CALL IT FINE ART, CALL IT WHAT...

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Station Museum Summer Sound Series

Performances in support of Houston’s  history of groundbreaking experimental / D.I.Y. music. In conjunction with the current exhibition, CALL IT STREET ART, CALL IT FINE...

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Summer Sound Series

The Station Museum of Contemporary Art presents the Summer Sound Series. These performances are in support of Houston’s history of groundbreaking experimental / D.I.Y. music...

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HX8

Eight significant Houston artists: Daniel Anguilu, Robert Pruitt, Prince Varughese Thomas, Forrest Prince, Lynn Randolph, Fabio D’Aroma, Serena Lin Bush, and Floyd Newsum.

Free Press Summer Fest Posters

Including posters by Justin Anville, Tyler Barber, Arthur Bates, Eli Sebastian Brumbaugh, Jacob Calle, Eric Castorena, Molly R. Clark, Dual, Shelby Hohl, Blake Jones, The...

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Artifactual Realities

Photography, spanish and otherwise, featuring works by Linarejos Moreno, and 10 other artists/photographers who, each in their own way, are concerned, with issues of revolution,...

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Andrei Molodkin: Crude

Russian artist Molodkin takes on oil, the viscous black gold pumping through the heart of Houston’s economy. “Culture is an emptiness we have to fill...

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George Gittoes: Witness to War

The Station Museum of Contemporary Art announces the opening of the exhibition Witness to War by George Gittoes. Gittoes works in a variety of media: painting, drawing,...

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BECAUSE WE ARE

The Station Museum unleashes the exhibition BECAUSE WE ARE. Featured artists include Eric Avery, James Morrison, Patricia Cronin, Brian Kenny, Conrad Ventur, Slava Mogutin, David...

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Martin Zet: Necessity

"This exhibition surveys the work of one of the most important and internationally recognized Czech artist. Zet’s artwork ranges from the disciplines of sculptures, drawings,...

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Carlos Runcie-Tanaka: Fragmento

Tanaka‘s artwork presents "contemporary universal symbols of interethnic unity. He has absorbed the lessons of traditional pottery and pioneered an approach that goes beyond obvious...

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Jessie Lott and Javier de Villota

The Station presents two solo exhibitions, including a survey of the art of Jesse Lott (shown), an important artist of long-standing in Houston. The other...

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Ron Hoover Memorial

The Station is celebrating the life of Houston painter Ron Hoover, who died of lung cancer in last December. In the words of friend and...

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