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Chris Silkwood: Out of Many One

Arts Brookfield presents Out of Many One, a solo exhibition of mosaic artist Chris Silkwood .  On view February 12 - May 14, at Total Plaza, 1201 Louisiana Street in downtown Houston. Houston artist Chris Silkwood has mastered the art of gathering thousands of pieces of broken glass and small stones that are then thoughtfully placed in patterns exuding light.…

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Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin: The Scene (Houston 1969-1981)

Devin Borden Gallery presents The Scene (Houston: 1969-1981), an exhibition of works by Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin.  On view March 30 - May 4, 2018. The Scene (Houston: 1969-1981) consists of eight hand-cut found road maps based on photographs of Houston Drag Queens from 1969 to 1981. The eight pieces fit together to make a large map…

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Louise Martin: a Photography Retrospective

Brookfield Properties presents a retrospective of works from African American photographer Louise Martin. On display from February 7 – April 20, 2018, at One Allen Center. Houstonian Louise Martin spent her lifetime documenting the African American community of Houston through the lens of her camera. Whether it was a pageant, wedding, community event, or family…

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El Chow: Fruto en vaina (FotoFest 2018 Biennial)

El Rincon Social presents El Chow: Fruto en vaina, a group exhibition featuring multidisciplinary and multimedia works from 20 Houston-based artists that share an affinity for Latinx cultural traditions and examine their hybrid mentalities as women and queer people of color.  On view March 24 - April 6.  Opening reception Saturday, March 24 from 7pm to…

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Barbra Riley and Marti Corn at Samara Gallery (FotoFest 2018 Biennial)

Samara Gallery is pleased to present two solo exhibitions in association with the FotoFest 2018 Biennial: The Woods Journal by Barbra Riley and Traveling the Road to Nowhere by Marti Corn.  On view March 2 – 31, 2018.  Opening Reception Friday, March 9, from 6pm to 8pm. Barbra Riley’s recent relocation to central Texas is the major influence…

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Floyd Newsum: A Survey - 1970 to 2018

O'Kane Gallery at University of Houston Downtown presents a retrospective exhibit of the works of Floyd Newsum: A Survey - 1970 to 2018, on view February 8 - March 29. The O'Kane Gallery's survey exhibition celebrates the art and service of Professor Floyd Newsum who has taught painting at the University of Houston-Downtown since 1976.  Newsum…

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