Trey Duvall is an artist and educator. Duvall works in various forms including large-scale installation, video, performance, and traditional sculptural mediums concerning duration, stamina, futility, humor, exhaustion, and entropy. Duvall received his Masters of Fine Art from the University of Houston in 2017, and has exhibited nationally and internationally at venues including Triumph Gallery, Chicago, IL (2017), RedlLine Gallery, Denver, CO (2017), Galerie des Beaux-Artes de Nantes, Nantes, France (2017), Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX (2016), Art League Houston, Houston, TX (2016-17), School of Visual Arts, New York, NY (2016), Plot Manifest, Marfa, TX (2016), and SITE Gallery Houston (2016). Duvall’s work has also been featured on ABC News, Glasstire Magazine, the Houston Chronicle, and Art In America. 

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Education 

2017    Master of Fine Art                                                                                                     

University of Houston, Houston, TX

2009    Bachelor of Arts and Art Education                                                                          

Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO

 

Select Exhibitions

2017    Collective Transference, Reavley Gallery, Nacogdoches, TX

2017    Traverse: Span/Void, Public Art Commission, Houston, TX

2017    Snare, Rudolph Blume/ArtScan, Houston, TX

2017    By Any Means Necessary, RedLine Gallery, Denver, CO

2017    Moving Right Along, 2132 Bissonnet, Houston, TX

2017    The Big Show- Lawndale Art Center; Houston TX

2017    The Dangerous Professors, Triumph Gallery, Chicago, IL

2017    Cloud 9, Box: Thirteen, Houston, TX

2017    UH MFA Thesis Exhibition, Blaffer Art Museum, Houston, TX

2017    Marfa Sightings, Galerie des Beaux-Artes de Nantes, Nantes, France

2016    Loschmidt’s Column, Art League Houston, Houston, TX

2016    Ulterior Motifs no. 15, Splendora Gardens, Splendora, TX

2016    Deserting the Site, Third Space Gallery, Houston, TX

2016    Idiot Machines/Infinity Loops, Lawndale Arts Center, Houston, TX

2016    Residency Show, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

2016    Marfa Sightings, Roasters Gallery, Marfa, TX

2015    SITE HOUSTON, SITE Gallery Houston, Houston, TX

2015    CAMEO Emerging Artist Exhibit, Leesburg, TX

 

Residencies

2016    Sculpture, Installation, and New Art Media, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

2016    Deserting the Site, Fieldwork: Marfa, Marfa, TX

 

Teaching

2014-2017      Teaching Fellow, University of Houston, Houston, TX

2015                Artist Teacher, Art League Houston, Houston TX

2010-2014      Visual Arts Teacher, Durango School District 9-R, Durango, CO

 

Professional

2014-Present   Director/Curator, SITE Gallery Houston, Houston, TX                

 

Lectures, Discussions, Visits

2017    Visiting Artist Lecture, Fieldwork: Marfa, Marfa Texas

Gallery Conversation with Joe Wooten and Stephanie Mitchell, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX

Trey Duvall: Loschmidt’s Column, Art League Houston, Houston, TX

Trey Duvall: Idiot Machines/Infinity Loops, Lawndale Art Center, Houston TX

 

Articles and Reviews

Molly Glentzer, “Sculptors Transform Imposing Silos into Intriguing Art Installations” Houston Chronicle, November 3, 2017

Rainey Knudson and Christina Rees, “A Conversation About Art and The Silos on Sawyer” Glasstire, October 30, 2017

Morgan Kinney, “For a limited time: Fill Up on Art at The Corner of Bissonnet and Shepherd” Houstonia Magazine, October 2, 2017

Molly Glentzer, “Ringers at Lawndale’s Big Show, Can You Spot Them?” Houston Chronicle, July 21, 2017

Karen Moschvitch, “Art Outside the Object” School of Visual Arts, March 30, 2017

Bill Arning, “Up Close 2016: Around Houston” Art in America, December 27, 2016

Rainey Knudson and Christina Rees, “Top five” Glasstire, September 22, 2016

Iva Kinnaird, “An Idiot Machine at Lawndale” Glasstire, October 18, 2016

Molly Glentzer, “Silos Make Fun Site for Art Installation” Houston Chronicle, January 20, 2016

Lenna Mendoza, “Interdisciplinary Gallery Opens in Arts District” Rice Thresher, November 10, 2015

Susie Tommaney, “Repurposed Rice Silos Play Host to Mysterious, Surreal World” Houston Press, November 9, 2015

Elissa Rivas, “Old Rice Silos Transformed into Contemporary Art Space” ABC News, November 5, 2015

Mitch Cohen, “Local Art Makes for A Wonderful ‘SITE’” The Leader, November 5, 2015

Molly Glentzer, “SITE Houston Turns Silos into Art” Houston Chronicle, November 5, 2015