The Kessler Theater
October 23, 2016 | 1–7 pm
A show of works by outlaw printmakers. Artists include: The Amazing Hancock Brothers, Clay Stinnett, Kelley Cheek, Brett Ardoin, Monique Jannette, Andy Don Emmons, Leah Hairston, Amber Borowoski, Carlos Hernandez, Dwayne Carter, Ollie Gee, Matt Bagley, Sharon Neel-Bagley, Thor Johnson, Robert Hamilton, Jason Cohen, Manuel Pecina, Angela Faz, Jack Russell, Molly McGuire, Ashley J.Hansen, Heather Horton, Junanne Peck, and Steve CruzMusical and spoken word performances by: The Amazing Hancock Brothers, Professor R.Mutt and His Duchampaphones, They Say the Wind Made Them Crazy, The Mercury Rocket, Inferno Texino, Sweatloaf, Opalina Salas, Vic Victory, and Carlos Salas.
A performance by Karen Finley. In the piece, Finley plays the role of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to examine our culture’s fascination with images of trauma. For...Read More
The Kessler Gallery and Mighty Fine Arts present the Odd Brothers, featuring new work by Webb, Emmons and Stinnett. The reception includes a rare performance...Read More
Whether it is music, sculpture, or opinion, Terry Allen goes all out. His sculpture pops up in the most unusual places- from Los Angeles’ Citicorp...Read More
Rick Timmons paintings invoke the myth of the outlaw loner, while Matt Bagley’s works are artifacts from his own personal narrative that seems to coincide...Read More
Presented by Mighty Fine Arts
Transgender models strike poses beside landmarks in Texas’ most conservative metroplex
New work by Yun Jung Lee, Chancellor Page and Randall Garrett, presented by Might Fine Arts.
New work by infamous outlaw printmakers Charles and John Hancock mixes vintage horror movies and Southwestern cowboy culture. Also featuring Kirby Warnok’s vintage photos of...Read More
Organized by Might Fine Arts.
Mighty Fine Arts Gallery and Kessler/X+ Art Gallery get together to instigate some alarmingly interactive art interpretations of the Texas State Fair.
Mighty Fine Arts presents chicken-fried psychedelia by Matthew Guest, Jennifer Guest, Bruce Lee, Andy Don Emmons, Omar Hernandez, Eddy Rawlinson, Glenn Downing, Brian Scott, Brian...Read More
The Kessler Theater features photographer Justin Terveen in the X+ Art Gallery for his Urban Fabric show beginning Friday, November 26. Terveen’s work is a...Read More