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ART EXHIBIT “ABSTRACT REALITIES”

Russian Cultural Center “Our Texas”, 2337 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX, 77005, United States

The Cultural Center “Our Texas” is pleased to announce the grand opening of its exclusive art exhibition, “Abstract Realities,” featuring the remarkable talents of Irene Sheytman and Saida Fagala. Set to commence on April 12th at 7:30 pm, this highly anticipated event will serve as a tribute to the distinctive artistic prowess of these two […]

IVO MORRISON | THE INTRODUCTION

Reeves Art + Design, 2415 Taft St, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Please join us for the Opening Reception on May 16, 6-9pm Exhibition on through May 17-21 Blue is the colour of dreams. Orange, red and white are the colours of summertime. In ‘The Introduction’, Ivo Morrison tells you a story about the memory of summer. But it’s not about his summers. It’s about yours. And […]

IVO MORRISON | THE INTRODUCTION

Reeves Art + Design, 2415 Taft St, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Please join us for the Opening Reception on May 16, 6-9pm Exhibition on through May 17-21 Blue is the colour of dreams. Orange, red and white are the colours of summertime. In ‘The Introduction’, Ivo Morrison tells you a story about the memory of summer. But it’s not about his summers. It’s about yours. And […]

IVO MORRISON | THE INTRODUCTION

Reeves Art + Design, 2415 Taft St, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Please join us for the Opening Reception on May 16, 6-9pm Exhibition on through May 17-21 Blue is the colour of dreams. Orange, red and white are the colours of summertime. In ‘The Introduction’, Ivo Morrison tells you a story about the memory of summer. But it’s not about his summers. It’s about yours. And […]

IVO MORRISON | THE INTRODUCTION

Reeves Art + Design, 2415 Taft St, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Please join us for the Opening Reception on May 16, 6-9pm Exhibition on through May 17-21 Blue is the colour of dreams. Orange, red and white are the colours of summertime. In ‘The Introduction’, Ivo Morrison tells you a story about the memory of summer. But it’s not about his summers. It’s about yours. And […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios, 1907 Sabine Street Studios, Houston, TX, 77007, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

‘Rafael Domenech and Tomas Vu Heat Silhouette’

Asia Society Texas Center, 1370 Southmore Blvd., Houston, TX, 77004, United States

Asia Society Texas is pleased to present Rafael Domenech and Tomas Vu Heat Silhouette, the organization’s first public art installation. This collaboration between Cuban American artist Rafael Domenech and Vietnamese American artist Tomas Vu assumes the form of a dynamic outdoor pavilion with two stages, occupying AST’s 13,000-square-foot lot at the intersection of Oakdale and Caroline Streets in the heart […]

“Resilience Rising: Navigating Earth’s Challenges”

Julia Hester Community Center, 2020 Solo Street, Houston, TX, 77020, United States

“Resilience Rising: Navigating Earth’s Challenges” is a thought-provoking art exhibition that delves into the urgent need for awareness and preparedness in the face of environmental risks. Through various artistic mediums, the project confronts issues such as the climate crisis, flooding, food deserts, hurricanes and tropical storms, environmental justice, and electricity disruption. The exhibition aims to […]

Xu Bing: Word Alchemy

Asia Society Texas Center, 1370 Southmore Blvd., Houston, TX, 77004, United States

‘Xu Bing: Word Alchemy’ assembles more than 50 of Xu Bing’s most important woodcut prints, videos, drawings, installations, and other ephemera representing almost 50 years of the artist’s creative output. Starting with Xu’s early engagements with social realism and Western art historical traditions alike, the exhibition charts the evolution of the artist’s linguistic experiments which […]

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH), 5216 Montrose, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow is the artist’s first solo museum presentation in the United States. Across an installation, a video, and a series of commissioned sculptures, Erlanger continues her decade-long disruption of the “semiotics of suburbia.” In her practice, Erlanger thinks of the home as a greater ecosystem containing not only houses but […]

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH), 5216 Montrose, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege presents work by the acclaimed Chicago-based artist, featuring large-scale paintings, sculptures, and installations that highlight the seen and unseen dynamics of Freedmen’s Town in Houston’s Fourth Ward. Throughout his career, Theaster Gates has soulfully elevated our understanding of Black labor, materials, place, and community to revitalize underrecognized neighborhoods […]

Janet Sobel: All-Over

The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross Street, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

The Menil Collection will open “Janet Sobel: All-Over” on February 23, 2024, featuring some thirty paintings and drawings made by artist Janet Sobel (1893–1968). This exhibition, the first to focus on Sobel’s highly accomplished and influential abstract paintings, will explore the artist’s work as one of the first to pioneer a new approach to modern […]

Ruth Asawa Through Line

The Menil Drawing Institute, 1412 W. Main St., Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Ruth Asawa Through Line is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s lifelong drawing practice. The exhibition presents drawings, collages, & sketchbooks alongside stamped prints, paperfolds, & more, showing the breadth of Asawa’s innovative practice.

Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions

The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross Street, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

“Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions” highlights work made by succeeding generations of artists who forged new paths in their approaches to non-representational art. The exhibition brings together acquisitions made by the Menil over the past fifteen years, including work by Agnes Denes, Suzan Frecon, Sam Gilliam, Ellsworth Kelly, Rick Lowe, and Richard Serra.

The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection

Holocaust Museum Houston, 5401 Caroline St., Houston, TX, 77004-6804, United States

“The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection” celebrates the achievements and contributions of Black Americans from 1595 to present day. Considered one of the most comprehensive surveys of African American history and culture outside the Smithsonian Institution, the exhibition of the same name features the shared treasures amassed by Shirley and Bernard Kinsey during […]

Gabriel Lester: Odeon

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, 4173 Elgin St The University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX, 77004, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of preeminent European artist Gabriel Lester, who has gained an international standing for his art, performance, and film as well as his dynamic public art installations. Across his now decades-long career, Lester has developed a captivating cinematic lens […]

Unearthing: Black Porosity – Open Studio Hours

TX

Unearthing: Black Porosities by artist-in-residence Rian Crane (he/they) will be open for public viewing in tandem with Sawyer Yards’ Second Saturdays! Unearthing: Black Porosity is an amalgamation of works exploring the ongoing lasting legacies, histories, and current relations of Black +/ Indigenous lifeways in the gulf south/ global south. Engaging writings from Black/ Caribbean scholars […]

Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence

Museum of Fine Arts – Audrey Jones Beck Building, 5601 Main Street, Houston, TX, 77005, United States

Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence showcases Kehinde Wiley’s new, monumental body of work, with large-scale paintings and sculptures of men and women in repose. Through his work, with detailed portrayals of Black and Brown individuals, the artist confronts the silence surrounding systemic violence and injustice. In this body of work, Wiley uses the visual […]

Vertigo of Color: Matisse, Derain, and the Origins of Fauvism

Museum of Fine Arts – Caroline Wiess Law Building, 1001 Bissonnet Street, Houston, TX, 77005, United States

In the summer of 1905, Henri Matisse and André Derain embarked on a creative partnership that would change the course of French painting. The two painters experimented with daring directions in energetic bursts of color, form, and structure that eventually led to a boldly inventive artistic language known as Fauvism (from the French fauve, or […]

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