MUST-SEE EXHIBITS | FEBRUARY 2015 By Batli Joselevitz OCTAVIA ART GALLERY presents Prematurely Discarded in collaboration with Ruiz-Healy Art, showcasing selected works by photographer Chuck Ramirez. Ramirez’s work explores the fragility of life based on his experiences with HIV and a serious heart condition by isolating everyday objects onto a stark white background. The exhibition is on view through February 25. In the Caverns of Your Mind by Ian James is a three-part collaborativeperformance with JD Emmanuel and Meredith Corvette Carter thatincludes photographs, videos and arundo huts at SELF ACTUALIZATION.On view through February 14. MUIR FINE ART GALLERY will host an event filled with cinema at StudioMovie Grill followed by an art show featuring works by Tom DuBois andcuisine from Eddie V’s benefitting Valvisions Foundation on February 25,10am–3pm. Carlee Fernandez’ first solo exhibit, Arranging Family, uses goodhumor with sculptures and photographs to highlight blurred boundaries betweenchildren, parents and spouses. On view through February 21 at INMAN GALLERY. Inspired by fun houses, Arts Brookfield presents The Art Guys’ The Tunnelof Love at THE ALLEN CENTER just in time for Valentine’s Day. This never-beforeseenexhibit immerses the visitor into a distinct reality that will change their lifeforever. The Tunnel of Love opens February 12. In partnership with Art League Houston, the GALVESTON ARTS CENTER is hostinga site-specific installation by Houston-based artist and designer Selven O’KeefJarmon, 360 Degrees Vanishing. About 400 participants have helped stringover 300,000 beads of this tapestry.