Blaffer Gallery, the Art Museum of the University of Houston
Signs of Intelligent Life; essay by Claudia Schmuckli (9/17/07)
James Surls: The Splendora Years, 1977-1997 (8/16/05)
Chuck Close Prints; essay by Terrie Sultan (6/13/05)
About the Blaffer Gallery
Blaffer Gallery is the University of Houston's laboratory for the visual arts and contemporary culture. The Gallery's innovative, challenging exhibitions, programs, and publications bring artists, the University community, and the people of Houston into closer engagements with each other and with the important cultural issues of our time. Blaffer Gallery is located in the Fine Arts Building on the University of Houston's main campus, entrance #16 off Cullen Boulevard.
Exhibition hours and admission fees are available through the Museum's website.
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