MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON
Eye on Houston: High School
5601 Main St. | 713.639.7300 | www.mfah.org
The annual exhibition Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography gives students the opportunity to utilize photography as a tool for recording their personal stories and perspectives. This year’s exhibition – the 23rd edition –brought more than 300 submissions to the Museum from across the Houston area. The diversity of and connections between different neighborhoods become clear through the images, with an overwhelming focus on what the teens experienced because of the unprecedented 2017 storm Hurricane Harvey. The 64 photographs selected for this presentation of Eye on Houston showcase work by 42 junior and senior students from various high schools in Houston.
Through June 24.
HOLOCAUST MUSEUM HOUSTON
Human Rights Art
9220 Kirby Dr. | 713.942.8000 | www.hmh.org
The Human Rights Art exhibition cultivates human rights awareness, reflection and activism, showcased in 32 mixed media artworks from the permanent collection of South Texas College. This educational exhibition addressing global and regional human rights, social justice and environmental issues features artists Sharon Sayegh, Keith Sharp, Guadalupe Victoria Reyes and Deborah South McEvoy. Through their artwork and personal statements, the artists strive to encourage reflection, and generate discussion that ultimately leads to change.
Through June 3.
MOODY CENTER FOR THE ARTS/RICE UNIVERSITY
Leo Villareal: Particle Chamber
6100 Main St. | 713.348.ARTS | www.moody.rice.edu
Particle Chamber (2017) is an immersive new installation by Leo Villareal. Utilizing the latest projection technology to create dynamic points of light across a hemisphere of screens, Villareal enables visitors to encounter an ethereal chamber of ever-moving pixels algorithmically programmed to form infinitely new patterns. This exhibit highlights Villareal’s creative engagement with light, space, technology and sensory perception.
Through December 31.