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Street Scenes: Street Photography and the Moving Image

The Brandon

November 12 - December 12, 2014

As part of the Houston Cinema Art Festival (HCAF), the Brandon Gallery/Brasil Café will serve as headquarters for its “Cinema on the Verge” and host a gallery exhibition and screening series presenting works by James Nares, Ken Jacobs, Jem Cohen and Cheryl Dunn. Each guest artist will display street photography and video works in the Brandon Gallery and present screenings at the Brandon, Menil Collection and Sundance Cinemas. Check HCAF for special screening times at all locations.


Pozos Project Art Exhibition and Sale

Monoprints and photographs created by young Mexican and American artists working with the Pozos Art Project, a summer arts program in Mexico created by photographer […]

Mike Osborne and Haden Garrett: Monopoly

Osborne and Garrett’s exhibition revolves around the iconic board game and its historical connection to the Atlantic City street grid that served as its template. […]


The Brandon and Eric Todd present a combination of music, art, and technology as interactive projections, newly invented instruments, motion art, and sculpture in a […]

Great Art in Ugly Rooms

The first solo exhibition of Great Art in Ugly Rooms (GAiUR) – the hilarious website that does exactly what the title says.  

The Brandon's Favorite Films: October Country

Otis Ike will inaugurate their film series “The Brandon’s Favorite Films” with October Country by Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher. October Country is a documentary […]

Group Show (50 Humans)

The JoAnna is dead, long live The Brandon! The brains behind the Brandon invite you to the opening of their new gallery with a gargantuan […]