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Deangelo McMahon, Jr.: High-Speed Channel Surfing

Lawndale Art Center 4912 Main St., Houston, TX, United States

Hi-Speed Channel Surfing presents new work by Houston-based artist Deangelo McMahon Jr. Through still images that emulate classic television, this exhibition explores mass media, shared memory, and censorship. In the featured paintings, McMahon creates visual white noise with gestures such as cross-hatching and pointillism. These artworks carefully attend to color and scale, bordering trompe-l’œil. In […]

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Li(sa E.) Harris: This is the Day

Lawndale Art Center 4912 Main St., Houston, TX, United States

Li(sa E.) Harris (aka “Li”) opens This is the Day in John M. O’Quinn Gallery, on Thursday, February 15 from 5 – 7 PM. This exhibition will culminate on Monday, April 8 from 12:30 – 3:01 PM with Li’s performance Onshore Trilling: What to Do When the Earth Sings the Bruise in Lawndale’s outdoor space […]

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Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Motus Anima is an art exhibit exploring emotional responses to moments and memories influenced by Lauren's experience as a neurodivergent person. Through their conception, she creates tangible objects to dissect and reflect on in an attempt to accept her unresolved identity. The artist's reception is Saturday February 17th 5 - 7pm.

Timothy McCoy: Beyond My Lens

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

These photographs are meditations on the constant and inevitable change in nature. The flow of water is one object of this contemplation. The flow of water and the human journey have parallels. According to Eastern philosophy, mankind’s resistance to transformation leads to suffering. Selected photographs from three bodies of Timothy's work emphasize “alternative” photographic processes: […]

Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Motus Anima is an art exhibit exploring emotional responses to moments and memories influenced by Lauren's experience as a neurodivergent person. Through their conception, she creates tangible objects to dissect and reflect on in an attempt to accept her unresolved identity. The artist's reception is Saturday February 17th 5 - 7pm.

Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Motus Anima is an art exhibit exploring emotional responses to moments and memories influenced by Lauren's experience as a neurodivergent person. Through their conception, she creates tangible objects to dissect and reflect on in an attempt to accept her unresolved identity. The artist's reception is Saturday February 17th 5 - 7pm.

Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Motus Anima is an art exhibit exploring emotional responses to moments and memories influenced by Lauren's experience as a neurodivergent person. Through their conception, she creates tangible objects to dissect and reflect on in an attempt to accept her unresolved identity. The artist's reception is Saturday February 17th 5 - 7pm.

Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Motus Anima is an art exhibit exploring emotional responses to moments and memories influenced by Lauren's experience as a neurodivergent person. Through their conception, she creates tangible objects to dissect and reflect on in an attempt to accept her unresolved identity. The artist's reception is Saturday February 17th 5 - 7pm.

Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Motus Anima is an art exhibit exploring emotional responses to moments and memories influenced by Lauren's experience as a neurodivergent person. Through their conception, she creates tangible objects to dissect and reflect on in an attempt to accept her unresolved identity. The artist's reception is Saturday February 17th 5 - 7pm.

Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Motus Anima is an art exhibit exploring emotional responses to moments and memories influenced by Lauren's experience as a neurodivergent person. Through their conception, she creates tangible objects to dissect and reflect on in an attempt to accept her unresolved identity. The artist's reception is Saturday February 17th 5 - 7pm.

Chryssa and New York

Menil Collection 1515 Sul Ross, Houston, TX, United States

This exhibition presents the innovative art made by the Greek-born artist Chryssa (1933–2013) while she was living in New York City from the late 1950s to the early 1970s. Renowned for her adoption of industrial process, found commercial materials and early work with neon light, she stands at the forefront of American art in the […]

Event Series Six Scenes From Our Future

Six Scenes From Our Future

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

Presented in coordination with Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s (CAMH) 75th anniversary, Six Scenes From Our Future features the work of six artists who were invited to respond to the institution’s inaugural exhibition, This Is Contemporary Art (1948). This first show proposed a radical approach to the presentation of art. Offering unexpected pairings—like a Jacob Lawrence […]

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