| Documentation taken in collaboration with Art League Houston |

Where We Are
Micaela Cadungog, Veronica Gaona, & Jamie Robertson
April 2020

Art League Houston (ALH), a FotoFest 2020 Biennial Participating Space, is proud to present Where We Are, an exhibition of recent work by Artists Micaela Cadungog, Veronica Gaona and Jamie Robertson (all currently living and working in Houston, Texas). Curated by Sarah Beth Wilson, Director of Exhibitions and Curatorial Projects at ALH, Where We Are explores how each of these artists uses their physical body as part of their creative practice – highlighting intersections of identity, race, gender and place, and emphasizing both personal and shared collective experiences.

Artist Interview with Prince Varughese Thomas at Art League Houston
March 2017

Art League Houston (ALH) is excited to present The Space Between Grief and Morning by Houston-based artist Prince Varughese Thomas. The exhibition features an interdisciplinary series of work that metaphorically explores the process of grief and mourning in private and public contexts. Through a combination of drawing, video and photography, the artist draws on art historical, political and personal references about death, as it relates to personal and communal loss. Not only do the works in this exhibition captivatingly explore the transition of life from physical to spiritual planes, they also carefully reframe the distinct moments that express painful loss in global terms, directly speaking to the contemporary state of the world. The exhibition includes an original sound composition by Houston Composer Joel Love, and original choral composition by Composer Nick Rissman.

with/in: blurring the line between art and education
February 2017

A short video produced during the installation for with/in: blurring the line between art and education organized by Zachary Gresham at Art League Houston featuring interviews by the exhibiting artists: Andres L. Hernandez, Hannah Jickling & Helen Reed, Christopher Lee Kennedy, and Patricia Vazquez. All images courtesy of the artists. Music by Cyclea, Newport Riverbed.

Artist In Action: Jesse Lott
October 2016

Art League Houston (ALH) is excited to present the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award in the Visual Arts exhibition: Artist in Action by legendary Houston artist, teacher and mentor Jesse Lott. The exhibition features a concise but detailed survey of over thirty works in sculpture, drawing and collage, which focuses on highlighting the three key materials in Lott’s work – paper, wire and wood. Pulling from art historical, political and personal references, the work in this exhibition reflects Lott’s profound engagement with the creative process, and his commitment to the value of lifelong learning and community building. In addition, the exhibition highlights Lott’s significant efforts as both a teacher and mentor, and includes work by some of the artists’ longtime students and co-collaborators; Patrick Davis, Kimberly Lakes, Angelbert Metoyer, Rhonda Rhodes and Kari Steele. An exhibition catalogue will be available featuring essays by Mel Chin, Pete Gershon, James Harithas, Patricia Johnson, and Rick Lowe.