Insta11ations District F: Alief Art House

Insta11ations District F: Alief Art House

Presented by Art League Houston at Art League Houston

Alief Art House, featuring exhibitions curated by Artist Antonius-Tín Bui, is a transformed shipping container that highlights the cultural richness of Alief communities through curated exhibitions, murals, and happenings. Located on the grounds of the Alief Community Garden at the Alief SPARK Park and Nature Center, Alief Art House was founded by Artist Matt Manalo through the DiverseWorks Project Freeway Fellowship.

Bui’s curatorial programming for Alief Art House features a diverse range of artists and media, including: Thomas Tran’s Crocodile Garden mural and exhibition entitled Glorified Doodles 2020 (May 2020); performance of Picturesque Terrors and exhibition entitled Kumquat Gallery by Kumquat (June 2020); Intimate Restlessness featuring work by Artist Micaela Cadungog (July 2020); In the Placeless by Anh Hà Bùi (August 2020); The Black Out by Kentra Gilbert (October 2020); a group exhibition entitled Tanya Scott, Janine Pastran, Stefa Witt, and Moe Penders: A Softness Not Yet Felt (December 2020); and most recently Metamorfosis featuring work by Tania Breton (March 2021).

Bui will continue to organize programs with Manalo at Alief Art House in 2021. Their collaboration underscores the many revolutionary shapes public art can take – featuring performances, murals, installations, and exhibitions in nontraditional locales. Visit Alief SPARK Park and Nature Center (approx. address: 12525 Beechnut St., Houston, TX 77072) to see Alief Art House.

Admission Info

Free Admission

Dates & Times

2020/05/16 - 2021/12/05

Additional time info:

Location: Alief SPARK Park and Nature Center (approx. address: 12525 Beechnut St., Houston, TX 77072

Location Info

Art League Houston

1953 Montrose Blvd., Houston, TX 77006

Accessibility Info