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HOUSTON ART GALLERY GUIDE

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a close up of a plant: Margie Crisp's hand-colored linocut "Edge of the World" is among works on view through Saturday in "Texas Aesthetic XIII: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art." © Courtesy Of The Artist / Foltz Fine Art

Margie Crisp's hand-colored linocut "Edge of the World" is among works on view through Saturday in "Texas Aesthetic XIII: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art."

HOUSTON ART GALLERY GUIDE

Houston’s art scene is as diverse and colorful as the city itself, with galleries and museums that feature works by local, national and international talents. Admission is free unless otherwise noted. .

GALLERIES

Anya Tish Gallery

“Gao Hang: Surface or Skin” and “Suzette Mouchaty: Nudies in the Cube,” through July 27; 4411 Montrose; 713-524-2299, anyatishgallery.com.

Archway Gallery

“11th Annual Juried Exhibition,” benefits New Hope Housing, through Aug. 1; 2305 Dunlavy; 713-522-2409, archwaygallery.com.

Art of the World Gallery

“Oscar Saborío: Interspaces,” through July 20; 2201 Westheimer; 713-526-1201, artoftheworldgallery.com.

Barbara Davis Gallery

“Summer Affairs,” group show, through Aug. 31; 4411 Montrose; 713-520-9200, barbaradavisgallery.com.

Catherine Couturier Gallery

“Garden Party,” group show, through Aug. 17; 2635 Colquitt; 713-524-5070, catherinecouturier.com.

Cindy Lisica Gallery

“The Americas: Our Stories / Las Americas: Nuestras Historias,” PrintHouston 2019 group show, through Aug. 31; 4411 Montrose; 713-807-7760, cindylisicagallery.com.

David Shelton Gallery

“Everything’s Gonna Be Alright Now,” group show organized by Robert Hodge, through Aug. 17; 4411 Montrose; 713-393-7319, davidsheltongallery.com.

Deborah Colton Gallery

“Amita Bhatt: Between Light and Shadow,” through Aug. 10; 2445 North Blvd.; 713-869-5151, deborahcoltongallery.com.

Devin Borden Gallery

“Eric Schnell: The Vehicle of the Marshlands,” site-specific installation, through Aug. 3; 3909 Main; 713-256-0225, devinborden.com.

Foltz Fine Art

“The Texas Aesthetic XIII: Redefining Texana,” through Saturday, closing reception 2 p.m.; 2143 Westheimer; 713-521-7500, foltzgallery.com.

Front Gallery

“Christopher Cascio: Sawtooth Waves,” through July 27; 1412 Bonnie Brae; frontgallery.com.

G Spot Contemporary Art Space

“Brett and Rachel Harmeyer: Microcosms,” through Monday; 310 E. 9th; 832-807-6988, gspotgallery.com.

Gallery Sonja Roesch

“Don Glentzer: Notations,” through July 27; 2309 Caroline; 713-659-5424, gallerysonjaroesch.com.

Gray Contemporary

“Francis Fontaine: The Weight of Lightness” and “Karen Navarro: Belonging in Modern Times,” through July 27; 3508 Lake; 713-862-4425, graycontemporary.com.

Hooks-Epstein Galleries

“Angel Castelan: Echoes” and “Sunni Forcier: Collection of Whispers,” through July 27; 2631 Colquitt; 713-522-0718, hooksepsteingalleries.com.

Jonathan Hopson

“This Paradise,” group show, through Aug. 4; 904 Marshall; jonathanhopsongallery.com.

Laura Rathe Fine Art

“Caprice Pierruci & Sydney Yeager: Currents Beneath the Surface,” through Aug. 10; 2704 Colquitt; 713-527-7700, laurarathe.com.

McClain Gallery

Heather Bause Rubinstein: High Violet,” through Saturday; 2242 Richmond; 713-520-9988, mcclaingallery.com.

Moody Gallery

“Bethany Johnson: We Live on a Planet,” through Aug. 10; 2815 Colquitt; 713-526-9911, moodygallery.com.

Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art

“Certain Women,” group show, through July 27; 3465-B W. Alabama; 832-740-4288, nancylittlejohnfineart.com.

Redbud Gallery

“Female Surrealists” and “Mishmash,” through Aug. 27; 303 E. 11th; 713-854-4246, redbudgallery.com.

Sicardi|Ayers Bacino

“Fanny Sanín: Concrete Abstractions,” through Aug. 3; W. Alabama; 713-529-1313, sicardigallery.com.

MUSEUMS

Art Car Museum

“Then and Now,” group show of veteran Houston artists, through Aug. 25; 140 Heights; 713-861-5526, artcarmuseum.com.

Art League Houston

“Bill Brown + Sabine Gruffat: Flicker Futures,” “Daniel Heimbinder: So It Will Be,” “Tijay Mohammed: Ubuntu: I am because we are” and “Kasey Short: Sustainable Lifeguard Chair Chicken Coop (SLICK),” through July 20; 1953 Montrose; 713-523-9530, artleaguehouston.org.

Asia Society Texas Center

“Site Lines: Artists Working in Texas,” through Aug. 18; “Super Sarap,” through July 21; 1370 Southmore; 713-496-9901, asiasociety.org/texas.

Blaffer Art Museum

“Amie Siegel: Medium Cool,” through Oct. 12; University of Houston, 4173 Elgin; 713-743-9521, blafferartmuseum.org.

Contemporary Arts Museum

“Steven Evans: If I can’t dance, it’s not my revolution!,” through Oct. 14, and “Stonewall 50,” through July 28; 5216 Montrose; 713-284-8250, camh.org.

Galveston Arts Center

“Exchange Rate,” group show, opens with artist talks 6 p.m. Saturday, through Oct. 16, and “Chuck & George: Cat Butt Cafe,” through Aug. 18, 127 Strand, Galveston; 409-763-2403, galvestonartscenter.org.

Holocaust Museum

“Operation Finale: The Capture & Trial of Adolf Eichmann,” through Sept. 15; “Points of View,” through Oct. 6; plus redesigned permanent exhibits; timed tickets $10-$15, kids and students free; 5401 Caroline, 713-942-8000, hmh.org.

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

“Tiff Massey: A Different World” and “Justin Favela: All You Can Eat,” through Aug. 25; 4848 Main; 713-529-4848, crafthouston.org.

Houston Museum of African American Culture

“Close to Home: Latinx Art and Identity 2.0,” through Aug. 3; 4807 Caroline; 713-526-1015, hmaac.org.

Lawndale Art Center

“citysinging,” Artist Studio Program Exhibition, “Preetika Rajgaria: I Ain’t Sari,” “Jonathan Molina-Garcia: The Bethesda Brotherhood” and “Michael Bhichitkul: Parading Rain,” through Aug. 18; 4912 Main; 713-528-5858, lawndaleartcenter.org.

Menil Collection

“Collection Close-Up: The Graphic Work of Dorothea Tanning,” through Oct. 13; “Roni Horn: When I Breathe, I Draw, Part II” and “Contemporary Focus: Mineko Grimmer,” through Sept. 1; 1533 Sul Ross; 713-525-9400, menil.org.

Moody Center for the Arts

“Gillian Wearing: Rock ’n’ Roll 70” through Aug. 31; “Tacita Dean: Craneway Event,” through Saturday; Rice University, 6100 Main; 713-348-4772, moody.rice.edu.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

“Icons of Style: A Century of Fashion Photography,” through Sept. 22; “William Forsythe: Choreographic Objects,” through Sept. 15; “Between Play and Grief: Selections From the Latino American Collection,” through Sept. 8; $7.50-$25; 5601 Main; 713-639-7300, mfah.org.

Station Museum of Contemporary Art

“Democracia/Order,” an operatic look at capitalism and imperialism, plus other works by the Spanish art collective Democracia, through Aug. 18; 1502 Alabama; 713-529-6900, stationmuseum.com.

The Printing Museum

“Where I Come From: The Works and Influences of Charles Criner,” through Dec. 21, and “Joan Son: Paper Couture,” through Dec. 22; $5; 1324 W. Clay, 713-522-4652, printingmuseum.org.

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