Williams Tower Gallery
2800 Post Oak Blvd.
Houston, TX 77056
January 13 - February 26, 2017
An exhibition juried by Jose Esparza Chong Cuy from the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Opens Thursday, March 10, 6-8 pm at Williams Tower Gallery Stylistically wide-ranging, this exhibition is playful, peculiar, poignant, and gives a glimpse of the animal...Read More
Twenty artists creating works on paper are shown in the exhibition 20 on Paper at the Williams Tower Gallery. The silkscreens of Emily Joyce are...Read More
At the Williams Tower Gallery Sally Sprout curates a selection of four artists working in the medium of abstract painting. For the exhibition The New...Read More
Convergence: Korean Prints Now features work created by twenty-nine artists of Korean descent at William Towers Gallery. The exhibition is curated by Sang-Mi Yoo, Associate...Read More
The FotoFest exhibition at Williams Tower is curated by a curatorial team from LACMA- Edward Robinson and Sarah Bay Williams, selected by Charlotte Cotton, Creative...Read More
Juried by John Zarobell, Assistant Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art!
Beautiful show! Be sure to check it out. Featuring work by Claire Ankenman, Ross Bleckner, Steve Burtch, Alfred DeCredico, Gabriel De la Mora, Shawn Hall...Read More
Williams Tower presents paintings by longtime Houston resident Dixie Friend Gay, as well as photographs by Dornith Doherty, Ann Stautberg (shown), and Anna Halm Schudel....Read More
It’s news to us, but apparently there is something called G’Day, USA! Australia Week Houston, and this exhibit of contemporary Aboriginal paintings and prints is...Read More
Collage as we know it has been around for a long time, but doesn’t it seem like there’s been a proliferation of collage shows lately?...Read More
In the West Gallery, check out Siegel’s beautiful photographs of oak trees (shown) from Columbus and Goose Island, Texas, as well as southern Louisiana. In the...Read More
Sally Sprout brings together some real talent for this show, featuring work by Seth Alverson, Debra Barrera, Myla Bertinot, Teresa Dunn, Angela Fraleigh, Jonathan Gold,...Read More
Work by Robbie Austin, Melanie Crader, Devon Moore, Dirk Rathke, Tony Rubio, and Charlotte Smith. Should be good.
Thirty-three artists provide a range of sensibilities and include newcomers Garland Fielder, Hedwige Jacobs, Ebony Porter, Dustin Smith, as well as familiar favorites Hillevi Baar,...Read More
Includes: Chris Akin, Cynthia Morgan Batmanis, Laura Burlton, Mei-Mei Dillard, Margie Elliott, Fano, Grant Fergeson, John Melin, Ryan Stoddart, Bill Snypes and William Winkler.