Posted on · Playwright Abby Koenig's art installation represents and chronicles her family's celebration of Christmas, even though Koenig describes her family as "100% Jewish." On view through January 3 at Fresh Arts Gallery.
Posted on · Artist Beth Secor's evocative mixed-media installation is a tribute to her mother Shirley, who is living with Alzheimer's. On view at Lawndale Art Center through January 11, 2014.
Posted on · Houston's Jack Massing and Michael Galbreth, the Art Guys, celebrate 30 years of collaboration with the creation of a new performative painting.
Posted on · In celebration of its 65th anniversary, the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston presents round one in a six-part exhibition series exploring contemporary abstraction. On view through January 5.
Posted on · The Museum of Fine Arts Houston presents a groundbreaking exhibition of works by Argentinean artist Antonio Berni (1905-1981), considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century. On view through January 26.
Posted on · Now in its eighth year, Fresh Arts' annual Winter Holiday Art Market is an opportunity to directly support Houston's art community while holiday shopping or trying your eye at art collecting. Nov. 22-24 at Winter Street Studios.
Posted on · Mildred's Umbrella Theatre Company presents the Houston premiere of Diana Amsterdam's darkly comic, abstract meditation on the absurd ways people deal with the inevitablity of death. It runs through Nov. 23 at Spring Street Studios.
Posted on · World-renowned portrait photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders spoke about his project "The Out List," an acclaimed documentary, along with a portrait series, of celebrities who have gone public with their homosexuality. The portraits are on view at Hiram Butler Gallery through November 30.