Gallery and museum listings: June 15-21

All shows are free unless otherwise noted.


Anya Tish Gallery: “Unspeakably Human or Unimaginably Bestial: JooYoung Choi, Gao Hang and Karen Lederer,” through July 15; 4411 Montrose; 713-524-2299,

Art of the World Gallery: “Mr. Brainwash: Houston Is Beautiful,” through July 15; 2201 Westheimer; 713-526-1201,

Archway Gallery: “Ink & Image 2017,” through July 5; 2305 Dunlavy; 713-522-2409,

Barbara Davis Gallery: “Donna Moylan: Deep Play,” through July 1; 4411 Montrose; 713-520-9200,

BlueOrange Art: “Michael Menchaca/Zenelasy and Dissension,” through June 24; 1208 W. Gray; 713-527-0030,

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Catherine Couturier Gallery: “Jefferson Hayman: Things I Saw Without You,” through July 29; 713-524-5070,

Cindy Lisica Gallery: “Anthony Suber/Ritual Redux,” through July 1; 4411 Montrose; 713-807-7760,

Clarke & Associates: “James Surls: Thought Wave – Drawings From Matter and Mind,” through Sept. 3; 301 E. 11th; 713-254-2998,

David Shelton Gallery: “Austin Eddy and Benjamin Edmiston: Walking to Work,” through Aug. 19; 4411 Montrose; 713-393-7319,

Deborah Colton Gallery: “Visions,” works by Satish Gupta, Sharon Kopriva, Susan Plum and Amita Bhatt, through June 24; 2445 North Blvd.; 713-869-5151,

DesignWorks Gallery: “Maggie Fuller: New Vessels,” through Aug. 15; 2119-A Postoffice, Galveston; 409-766-7599.

Devin Borden Gallery: “Backroom,” 42 works installed salon style, through Tuesday; 917 Main; 713-529-2700,

Gallery Sonja Roesch: “Jonathan Leach: Planes Drifter,” through Aug. 19; 2309 Caroline; 713-659-5424,

Gray Contemporary: “Otis Jones,” through July 1; 3508 Lake; 713-862-4425,

G Spot Contemporary Art Space: “Tod Bailey,” through June 30; 310 E. 9th; 713-822-4842,

Hiram Butler Gallery: “Drew Bacon: Bulletin I-IV,” through June 24; 4520 Blossom; 713-863-7097,

Hooks-Epstein Galleries: “Richard Neidhardt (1921-2009), Past Revisited,” through July 1; 2631 Colquitt; 713-522-0718,

McClain Gallery: “Gisela Colon: Atmospheres,” through Saturday; 2242 Richmond; 713-520-9988,

Moody Gallery: “Helen Altman: Hair of the Dog,” through July 1; 2815 Colquitt; 713-526-9911,

Nicole Longnecker Gallery: “Next: A Biennial of Contemporary Print,” through July 1; 2625 Colquitt; 713-591-4997,

Redbud Gallery: “David Andrews: Rail Providence,” through July 31; 303 E. 11th; 713-854-4246,

Samara Gallery: “Ann Marie Vancas: A Treatise on Love” and “Maryam Lavaf: Whispers,” through July 8; 3911 Main; 713-999-1009,

Sicardi Gallery: “Carlos Cruz-Diez: La Autonomia del Color,” through Aug. 24; 1506 W. Alabama; 713-529-1313,

Texas Gallery: “Gone to Texas,” through July 15; 2012 Peden; 713-524-1593,

William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art: “The Texas Aesthetic XI,” through July 1; 2143 Westheimer; 713-521-7500,

Williams Tower Gallery: “Steamrolled VII 2017: A Print Odyssey” and “Richard Armendariz: Selected Prints,” through July 14; 2800 Post Oak Blvd.; 713-553-5060.

Zoya Tommy: “James Ciosek: Moth to the Flame,” through Aug. 26; 4102 Fannin; 832-649-5814,


Art Car Museum: “Literacy Through Photography: The FotoFest Writing and Photography Project,” through Aug. 13; 140 Heights; 713-861-5526,

Art League Houston: Shane Allbritton and Peter Bernick-Allbritton‘s “Suspended Memory,” Edward Kelley‘s “Speak of the Devil” and Benjamin Terry‘s “Thingness,” through July 22; 1953 Montrose; 713-523-9530,

Asia Society Texas Center: “Modern Twist: Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art,” through July 30, and “Sangram Majumdar,” through Sept. 10; $5; 1370 Southmore; 713-496-9901,

Blaffer Art Museum: “The Propeller Group,” through Sept. 30; 4173 Elgin, University of Houston; 713-743-9521,

Contemporary Art Museum Houston: “A Better Yesterday,” works by JooYoung Choi, Jack Early and Lily van der Stokker, through Sept. 3; “Atlas, Plural, Monumental: Paul Ramirez Jonas,” through Aug. 6; 5216 Montrose; 713-284-8250,

DiverseWorks: “into the midst of things,” works by Regina Agu, ruby onyinyechi amanze and Wura-Natasha Ogunji; through July 22; MATCH, 3400 Main; 713-223-8346,

Fotofest: Annenberg Space for Photography’s “Refugee,” through July 15; 2000 Edwards; 713-223-5522,

Galveston Arts Center: Robert Hodge and Tierney Malone‘s “Two & 1/2 Years: A Visual Celebration to the Spirit of Juneteenth” and the Houston art collective Roux’s “Salt,” through July 9; 2127 Strand, Galveston; 409-763-2403,

Holocaust Museum Houston: “Vedem: the Underground Magazine of the Terezin Ghetto,” opens Friday, through July 23; $12; 5401 Caroline; 713-942-8000,

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft: “Edward Eberle Retrospective” and “Annie Evelyn: Multiple Impressions,” opens 5:30 p.m. Friday, through Sept. 1; “Small Expressions,” through July 29; 4848 Main; 713-529-4848,

Houston Museum of African American Culture: “Africa on My Mind: The Art of Mallick Sidibé and Leslie Wayne,” through July 1; 4807 Caroline; 713-526-1015,

Houston Center for Photography: “Louviere & Vanessa: Resonantia,” “Jan Rattia: Tease,” “Frank Hamrick: Harder Than Writing a Good Haiku” and “Collaborations XIV,” through July 2; 1441 W. Alabama; 713-529-4755,

The Menil Collection: “Between Land and Sea: Artists of the Coenties Slip,” through Aug. 6; “The Beginning of Everything,” through Sunday; “ReCollecting Dogon,” through July 9; 1533 Sul Ross; 713-525-9400,

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: “Pipilotti Rist: ‘Pixel Forest’ and ‘Worry Will Vanish,’ ” through Sept. 17; “Ron Mueck,” through Aug. 19; $7.50-$23; 5601 Main; 713-639-7300,

Moody Center for the Arts: “David Scanavino: Repeater,” through Aug. 26; teamLab’s “Flowers & People…,” through Aug. 13; Rice University, 6100 Main; 713-348-4772,

O’Kane Gallery: “Windows on Death Row: Art from Inside and Outside the Prison Walls,” opens 7:30 p.m. Friday, through June 31; UHDowntown Visitors Center, 100 Main; 713-221-8042,

Station Museum of Contemporary Art: “Torture,” by Andres Serrano, through Oct. 8; 1502 Alabama; 713-529-6900,

University Museum: “2017 Citywide African American Artists Exhibition,” curated by Jamal Cyrus, with jurors Michael Ray Charles, Yvonne Garcia and Ramon Manning; opens 7 p.m. Friday, through July 30; 3100 Cleburne, Texas Southern University; : 713-313-7145,

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