HOUSTON – Houston’s interactive art experience has found a new home.
3D Galerié is now open at the MarqE Entertainment Center at 7620 Katy Freeway. The gallery is located across from Dave and Buster’s.
The museum features optical illusions and classical art paintings infused with pop culture references. The artwork includes famous musicians and political figures such as Selena, Beyoncé, Kanye West and President Donald Trump.
Guests can become a part of the interactive experience by taking selfies and photos.
The galley includes three exhibits: The Classics, which features Renaissance-inspired 3D paintings with a pop culture twist; The Vermilion, an all-red exhibit that is described as “bold and anything but ordinary,” and The Cake Room, a Marie Antoinette- Inspired experience.
The museum is open every day, excluding Mondays. Availability varies.
General admission tickets allow for 50 minutes in the gallery, which includes all three exhibits.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children. Children under four are free.
The museum also hosts Sip and Paint 90-minute experiences in the evening Thursday to Saturday. You can even bring your own wine.
Tickets are about $40 including fees. Dates and availability vary.
Due to COVID-19, a limited number of people are allowed in each session. All attendees are required to wear a mask and masks are available on-site.
The gallery is sanitized regularly.