April 13 - June 18, 2018
"The Black Chamber is a collaborative installation of new drawings, paintings, artist-made publications, and video works by Houston-based artists, Phillip Pyle II, Stephen Wilson, and Gregory Michael Carter. The exhibition asks the questions: How does society understand black and how is it quantified, measured and valued? Where is black produced and what are the limitations of black; when is it too black, can black not be colored? How can we redefine black?"
An exhibition featuring works made by Galveston-based artist Jessica Ninci. The ceramics in the show are designed to replicate art and artifacts from the antiquities collection...Read More
“Subject 65, a three year old pan satyrus chimpanzee acquired by the USAF for $457, successfully flew the first low orbital space flight on January...Read More
An exhibition of more than fifty objects designed and manufactured in the USA between 1876 and 1976.
“The Scene: (Houston 1969-1981) is a solo exhibition of works on paper by the Houston based collaborative artists Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin. The exhibition...Read More
A show of works by Chris Bexar. “Bexar photographs computer components in the bright Houston sun, against the bright Houston sky. He then manipulates his photographs to look...Read More
An exhibition of Houston-based artist DUAL.
An exhibition of works by Brittney Anele. Included in the show are soft sculptures, paintings, and videos that are inspired by bananas!