Williams Tower Gallery

(713) 939-1444

2800 Post Oak Blvd.

Houston, TX 77056

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OPEN Canopy

Open house at Canopy, the eastside arts complex! Open studios, including Modern Rocks Gallery (studio 103), featuring “fine art rock photography + minerals, fossils.”

2014 City ArtWorks Teachers’ Art Exhibition

City ArtWorks is an arts-education organization that offers after-school art classes for over 3,000 elementary and middle-school students a year in the greater Houston area.

Longitude/Latitude Part II

The second part of Conduit’s 30th anniversary show will feature older works alongside recent ones by gallery artists Robert Barsamian, Rosalyn Bodycomb, Gabriel Dawe, Kirk […]

Altar IV: 1986

The latest Altar performance from the Museum of Human Achievement features a journal purportedly written by Jeremiah Elder, “a 16 year old American who is […]

Wall Dependent?

Do Orna Feinstein, Jonathan Leach, Edward Lane McCartney, and Charlotte Smith really need walls, curator Troy Campa wonders?

Black Ink Nite

Prints from Burning Bones Press members, letterpress and woodcut demos, woodblock tshirts printed on the spot. Also Austin-based artist Matt Rebholz will be signing copies of […]

Sho Hot

It Sho is Hot! Group show: Patrick Bresnan, Casey Arguelles Gregory, Tommy Gregory, David Hardaker, Randall L. Kallinen, Cody Ledvina, Lynet McDonald, Rahul Mitra, Sebastian […]

Mexican Masters

Works on paper by Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Francisco Toledo, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Francisco Mora and others.

Double Vision

An panel discussion on the intersections of art and science. Featuring artists Rachelle Theiwes and Suzi Davidoff along with Nicole Ferrini, founder of the architecture […]

inside)(outside

The 8th online exhibition from wo(manorial), a Dallas “collective… who contemplate the ever-changing concept of the feminine” [sic]. Go vaginas! Stay tuned for the meatspace […]

Festival of (In)appropriation #6

14 different works of the found footage genre!! “The shortest of these, Celeste Fichter’s Walking on Water, lasts just over a minute and uses the […]

Josh Banks: Genie Visions

Banks appears to have taken a hard turn away from his former style and embraced a hard-edged, doodly, King of the Hill style. This might […]

Per Billgren: LP Paintings

Per Billigren lives in Brooklyn. “Come see this body of work before it travels to the Loisaida Biennial” – the press release