Blay‘s work typically demonstrates a smart, funny sensibility. For this show he’ll be constructing fake communication satellite equipment using cheap umbrellas and windshield sunscreens. Should […]
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A show representing an art fair village, with Galveston standing in for Berlin. Institutional critique, oozing market-savvy cynicism like the piles of seaweed washing up […]
The return of Cinema Bomar! The theme is Office Stories, including the little-known 1983 film “Everything Looks So Normal” (filmed in Oil Boom-era Houston!) Click here […]
Co-presented by Sounds Modern (a project of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth), and the Crowley Theater in Marfa.
Works by three Dallas based artists: Iris Bechtol, Natalie Macellaio, and Lesli Robertson.
TWU instructors John Calabrese, Susan Kae Grant, Michelle Hays, Colby Parsons, Jana Perez, Tanya Synar, Gary Washmon, Allison Gillies, Danielle Khoury, Jessica Pullings, Vance Wingate, […]
This exhibit is the perfect union of cabinet of curiosity artist and cabinet of curiosity. Robleto has been researching NASA heartbeat recordings as well as […]
A collaboration with Houston Center for Photography. Works by Robin Myers and Keliy Anderson-Staley (one of whose tintype portraits is pictured).
New works from the Brooklyn-based artist.
Together for over 40 years, Sonny Burt and Bob Butler were generous supporters of the Dallas arts scene for several decades. Their collection ranged from […]
Curated by James Surls in memory of late Texas Sculpture Group members Lee Littlefield, Bert Long, Jr. and Damian Priour, this giant show of 80+ […]
Ro2 Art and Iron Frog Press have organized this exhibit featuring Dallas-area printmakers Matt Bagley, Josh Banks, Daniel Birdsong, Ray-Mel Cornelius, Camilla Cowan, Peggy Epner, […]
The latest “resident” of the Changarrito art vending cart is Julia Arredondo.
A solo exhibition capping off Brotman’s 6 week residency in Japan, practicing the traditional art of Shibori, or Japanese tie-dyeing.
Project Row Houses Summer Residents reveal the fruits of their 6 weeks’ labor! The opening will run in tandem with this month’s Third Ward Community […]
The first of “an occasional and ongoing series through which the museum will investigate localized artistic practices.” (Read: we’ll do shows of local artists from […]
Works from the individual artists in the collective HOMECOMING! Committee. Including Christopher M. Bond, Bradly Brown, Ryan Goolsby, Courtney Hamilton, Timothy Harding, Shelby Meier, Devon […]
Photographs from the Texas-based artist‘s “Santa Monica Sunset” series.
All-collage show. Works by Alejandro Diaz-Ayala, Bryan Florentin, Carlos Donjuan, Chubirka, Jay Riggio, and Luke Harnden.
Panelists will discuss creating and curating music venues, booking acts, cultivating new talent and the potential for larger events like concerts and festivals using a […]
Group show with Christopher Derek Bruno, Mary Bucci McCoy, Ron Buffington, Galen Cheney, Jeffrey Cortland Jones, Myongwon Kim, Dmitri Obergfell, Nathan Westerman, Douglas Witmer and […]
The McNay’s ongoing series of artist lectures at the museum.
A new temporary mural by Houston artist Lynn Randolph.
The second part of the survey of Houston artists in North Texas (Part 1 is on view at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center through September […]
New drawings from the San Antonio-based artist.
An exhibition inspired by self-help from the Houston collective Sketchy Neighbors, which includes Anthony Butkovich, Brenda Cruz-Wolf, Chris Thompson, Katsola, Joseph Blanchard, Colin Kaeppel, Stephanie Lienhard, […]