Art gallery and museum listings: Sept. 7-13

All shows are free unless otherwise noted.


Archway Gallery: “Water and Wood: Opposites Attract,” through Oct. 5; 2305 Dunlavy; 713-522-2409, archwaygallery.com.

Art of the World Gallery: “Gustavo Velez,” through Sept. 30; 2201 Westheimer, 713-526-1201, artoftheworldgallery.com.

Art Palace: “Jim Nolan: Matter-in-the-World, Ideas-in-the-Head,” through Sept. 9; 3913 Main; 832-390-1298, artpalacegallery.com.

Barbara Davis Gallery: “Sangram Majumdar: Foreign & Domestic,” opens 6:30 p.m. Friday, through Oct. 7; 4411 Montrose; 713-520-9200, barbaradavisgallery.com.

BlueOrange Art: “Scene Shift|Side Piece: Selected Works,” through Sept. 16; 1208 W. Gray; 713-527-0030, blueorangehouston.com.

Cindy Lisica Gallery: “Chun Hui Pak | Unfolded,” opens 6 p.m. Friday, through Oct. 7; 4411 Montrose; 713-807-7760, cindylisicagallery.com.

Deborah Colton Gallery: “Focus on the ’70s and ’80s: Houston Foundations II,” opens 2 p.m. Saturday, through Nov. 4; 2445 North Blvd.; 713-869-5151, deborahcoltongallery.com.

Gallery Sonja Roesch: “Ruth Pastine: Mirroring,” opens Saturday, through Oct. 28; 2309 Caroline; 713-659-5424, gallerysonjaroesch.com.

Gray Contemporary: “Jack Pavlik: 10 Waves” and “Louis Watts: On Today,” opens Saturday, reception 5 p.m., through Oct. 14; 3508 Lake; 713-862-4425, graycontemporary.com.

Hiram Butler Gallery: “Matt Magee: Prints,” through Sept. 30; 4520 Blossom; 713-863-7097, hirambutler.com.

Hooks-Epstein Galleries: “Stephanie Mercado: Just a Title,” opens 11 a.m. Saturday, reception 6 p.m., through Oct. 14; 2631 Colquitt; 713-522-0718, hooksepsteingalleries.com.

Jonathan Hopson Gallery: “Campions,” opens 1 p.m. Sunday, through Oct. 15; 904 Marshall; 832-819-2918, jonathanhopsongallery.com. Moody Gallery: “Group Exhibition of Gallery Artists,” opens Saturday, through Oct. 14; 2815 Colquitt; 713-526-9911, moodygallery.com.

Nicole Longnecker Gallery: “Flowing Rhythm: Kassandra D’Allessandro and Arufa Rehman” and “Mission: Liza Littlefield,” opens 6:30 p.m. Saturday, through Oct. 14; 2625 Colquitt; 346-800-2780, longneckergallery.com.

Sicardi Gallery: “John Sparagana: Breather” and “Gabriel de la Mora: Crystals of Inevidence,” opens Thursday, through Oct. 19; 1506 W. Alabama; 713-529-1313, sicardigallery.com.

William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art: “Celebrating Houston’s Founding Modernists,” through Saturday; 2143 Westheimer; 713-521-7500, reavesart.com.


Art Car Museum: “Trump This!”, annual open call show, opens 7 p.m. Saturday, through Nov. 19; 140 Heights; 713-861-5526, artcarmuseum.com.

Asia Society Texas Center: “Sangram Majumdar,” through Sunday; $5; 1370 Southmore; 713-496-9901, asiasociety.org.

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

Box 13 Artspace: The Center for Imaginative Cartography & Research’s “Through Here,” group show “Things We Used to Know” and a window installation by Melinda Laszczynski, through Saturday; 6700 Harrisburg; box13artspace.com.

Contemporary Art Museum Houston: “Annabeth Rosen: Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped,” through Nov. 26; 5216 Montrose; 713-284-8250, camh.org.

Galveston Artist Residency: “Unsteady Ground,” opens Saturday, through Nov. 4; 2521 Mechanic Street, Galveston; 409-974-4446, galvestonartistresidency.org

Galveston Arts Center: “Bradley Kerl: Greenhouse,” “Angel Oloshove: The Ocean Never Closes” and “Christopher Cascio: XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX,” reception 6 p.m. Saturday, through Oct. 8; 2127 Strand, Galveston; 409-763-2403, galvestonartscenter.org.

Houston Museum of African American Culture: “The Magnificent Faith Ringgold,” through Sept. 25; 4807 Caroline; 713-526-1015, hmaac.org.

Houston Center for Photography: “In Passing: Genevieve Gaignard” and “Learning Curve 10,” opens Friday, through Oct. 22; 1441 W. Alabama; 713-529-4755, hcponline.org.

The Menil Collection: “Thirty Works for Thirty Years,” key paintings, sculptures and drawings from the permanent collection, through Jan. 28; 1533 Sul Ross; 713-525-9400, menil.org.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: “Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910-1950,” through Oct. 1; “Pipilotti Rist: ‘Pixel Forest’ and ‘Worry Will Vanish,’ ” through Sept. 17; “Homelands and Histories: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh,” through Oct. 1; $7.50-$23 (all shows free Thursday); 5601 Main; 713-639-7300, mfah.org.

Project Row Houses: “Summer Studios,” installations by Colby Deal, Barbara Gamiz, Maureen Lax, LeAirre Morris, Luis Parra, Faith Schwartz and Heather Wright; through Sept. 17; 2521 Holman; 713-526-7662, projectrowhouses.org.

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


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