Williams Tower Gallery
2800 Post Oak Blvd.
Houston, TX 77056
The 27th Annual Dallas VideoFest will host approximately 125 screenings of local, regional and internationally produced media art programs, including Expanded Cinema III, a program […]
Master of cutout/collage animation Lawrence Jordan will screen seven short films at ICC, followed by a live performance (with John Davis) and a Q&A session. […]
This is the first of six installments in a two-year-long collaboration between the EPMA and the Guggenheim. Each “masterpiece-in-focus” installation of the meta-exhibition Modern Masters […]
Dealing with technology, communication, and patience, Houston-based artist Tommy Gregory’s exhibition features sculptural, photographic and installation-based works, with a performance kicking off the exhibition at […]
We’re not sure how, but this show is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Degrees of Separation, which is part of a two year Louisiane-Bretagne […]
The Chicanitas exhibition features 65 small-scale paintings by 26 established and emerging artists from Cheech Marin’s renowned private collection of Chicano art.
Texas Woman’s University’s Department of Visual Arts presents three Texas painters—Michelle Mackey, Marcelyn McNeil, and Lorraine Tady—working with abstraction in different ways.
New works and songs by 2009/2011 Texas Biennial and 2013 Austin Music Awards avant garde artist of the year Morgan Sorne. Sorne tells a story through […]
Rice University Art Gallery has commissioned Japanese artist Yusuke Asai to create an installation in conjunction with The Menil’s exhibition Experiments with Truth: Gandhi and […]
The inaugural Buffalo Bayou Shrimp Festival takes place this weekend in Houston’s East End. Organized by the local arts program Shrimp Boat Projects, and styled […]
Part of the quirky Houston/Idaho gang of folks like Ed and Nancy Kienholz and Walter Hopps, Sharon Kopriva brings her beautiful creepiness to Lubbock in […]
Featuring a selection of drawings by Houston-based artist Juan Aaron Castillo, whose artist statement about the show includes sentences such as this: “These sources converge […]
A whirlwind extravaganza of paintings, drawings, and shit-kicking shenanigans. The newest reincarnation of UM lines up a statwide roster of artists, with works ranging from […]
The US premier of Sikander’s three-channel HD animation is the second public exhibition at SPACE, an institution maintained by the Linda Pace Foundation in the […]
Zine Fest‘s second year at the Printing Museum: 50 zinesters exhibiting their creative projects, a panel discussion, lectures, raffles, zine workshops for kids and teens, […]
Davis taught art at East Texas State University (now Texas A&M Commerce) for over thirty years. He says,”My drawings are compositions of recall. Remembering is […]
Work inspired by Juicy Couture sweats; they leave much to the imagination while at the same time not quite so subtly alluding to what we […]
Surls, the acclaimed contemporary artist, is known for his mytho-poetic sculptures, drawings, and prints inspired by nature and human form. Garcia-Roig’s colorful landscape paintings blend […]
54 contemporary quilts from the collection of John Walsh, many on the theme of water.
Austin painter Elizabeth Chapin is a native of Mississippi, and her hard edged portraits are infused with a sense of Southern nostalgia.This is her first […]
Anthony Dominguez (1960-2014) attended TCU and painted the mural at the Northside Branch Library in 1986. In the early 1980’s he was part of teacher […]
Totemic images that are close to being representational, yet represent nothing real.
UT Photography professor Anna Collette’s latest photographs, made in the Onion Creek area near Austin, capture the staggering beauty of flood-damaged trees.
Scale model grass and trees tumble forth from familiar objects: a forest resides within a soap dispenser or a tube of toothpaste.
Art in the Metroplex is back! A fixture at TCU for thirty years, TCU has handed over the show to the Fort Worth Community Arts […]
16 iconic river paintings and 50 preparatory drawings by George Caleb Bingham (1811–1879) depicting boatmen at work and play on the inland rivers, most notably […]
Fontenot’s nude portraits of his friends and acquaintances paired with Stafford’s interactive blind contours of figures in a deck of “nudie” girl playing cards make […]
Recycled materials from postcards, maps, and printed advertising form mandalas of symbols from various cultures representing courage, leadership, physical strength, prestige, versatility, excellence, encouragement, and […]
Restrained tabletop objects in unfired clay play with the nuances of the Nasher’s architecture in Papp’s first museum show in the United States.
The first solo museum show for Houston musician and visual artist, Robert Hodge. Though his practice has expanded to include site-specific sculpture and hip hop […]
Material shifts that are only recognizable on close inspection, by Swanson, a recent UT MFA.
Six Austin-based photographers document the bands, fans, and venues that make the Austin music scene special. Including photos from: Steven Rudd, Tammy Perez, Trent Maxwell, […]