Williams Tower Gallery
2800 Post Oak Blvd.
Houston, TX 77056
An exhibition of prints created at the PrintMatters Rockin’ Rollin’ Prints 2017 event.
An exhibition of historical photographs documenting the first oil boom in Mexico (1900-1930).
A show featuring artists who use found objects in their work. Artists in the exhibition include Helen Altman, Karin Broker, Claire Cusack, Robert Dampier, Ann Harithas,...Read More
An exhibition juried by Jose Esparza Chong Cuy from the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
A show of works by 2015 Glassell School of Art fellows. Featured artists include Betty-Ann Brose, Karen Eisele, Didi Garza, Jane Honovich, William Isbell, Denise...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Dylan Conner, Susannah Mira, Tommy Gregory, Patrick Renner, Alex Larsen, and Ariane Roesch.
An exhibition featuring works by Penny Cerling, Janice Freeman, Dixie Friend Gay, and Allison Hunter.
CAMERA ROLL #5 is an exhibition of cell phone photographs taken by Williams Tower Tenants and Employees. Oxidation is a solo exhibition by artist Allen Bourne.
An exhibition featuring selected works from Houston’s Burning Bones Press printmaking studio members.
An exhibition of large-scale woodcuts from Rockin’ Rollin’ Prints 2016.
An exhibition of Australian Aboriginal paintings by artists from Roebourne, a remote community in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, as well as paintings from the vast deserts to the northern...Read More
An exhibition juried by Brady Roberts, Chief Curator at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Works by Leslie Field.
An exhibition featuring works by Laurent Boccara, Arielle Masson, and Susan Plum.
A show of MFA candidates and alumni from HBU’s art program.
An exhibition of drawings from 40 artists. Organized by Sally Sprout Fine Art.
A group exhibition in the vast Williams Tower lobby gallery space, featuring recent work by the Art Guys, Harvey Bott, Terrell James, Beth Secor, Patrick...Read More
For the 32nd VAA Juried Open Exhibition, curator Sally Sprout has selected 58 works from the hundreds of submissions from around the country.
The Assistance League’s Williams Tower Gallery exhibition features work by artists Kelly Moran, William Cokeley, and others.
Seeing the Light presents a diverse group of works in which light plays an essential role. Artists: Adela Andea, Steve Burtch, Marta Chilindron, Kristen Cliburn,...Read More
Work selected by juror, Rock Hushka, director of Curatorial Administration and curator of Contemporary and Northwest Art, Tacoma Art Museum. Prizes will be awarded.
14 artists present tender works: David Aylsworth • Claire Ankenman • Kate Breakey • Karin Broker • Keith Carter • Pawel Dutkiewicz • Kristen Cliburn...Read More
Six artists bring a range of sensibility and experience to A New Wave, Sculpture and the Next Generation. Artists: Dylan Conner, Alex Larson, Tommy Gregory,...Read More
A group exhibition featuring Jillian Conrad, Jeffrey Dell, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Sharon Englestein, Sevulo Esmeraldo, Manuel Espinoza, Leon Ferrari, Jessica Halonen, Graciela Hasper, Darcy Huebler, Bethany...Read More
In conjunction with PrintHouston, painter Terrell James will present prints in The West Gallery while The East Gallery will feature mixed media and selected student portfolios by...Read More
Twelve artists exhibit work ranging from classic collage to work that pushes the definition. This exhibition is a follow-up to an original exhibition of the...Read More
Co-curated by Charlotte Smith (Dallas) and Sally Sprout (Houston)
Paintings and works on paper that exploit the power of pattern, faces and animal forms to hold our gaze. Including works by Helen Altman, Jozsef...Read More
A group exhibition of big-name prints for PrintHouston 2012 including Larry Bell, William Betts, Ross Bleckner, Christian Eckart, Gary Hume, AleJandro Garmendia, Aaron Parazette, Richard...Read More
Monoprints on paper and Plexiglas, some undulating like electronic waves, that push the definition of printmaking.
Fotofest 2012 Biennial: Contemporary Russian Photography: After Stalin, The Personal Voice Re-emerging, the late 1950s-1970s
With “The Thaw” after Stalin’s death in 1953, artists managed to find independent avenues for self-expression. Vintage prints on loan from Natalia Grigorieva and Edward...Read More