Houston’s Orange Show Center for Visionary Art unveils major expansion by Rogers Partners

In Houston, the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art (OSCVA)—one of the U.S.’s largest organizations dedicated to the preservation, documentation, and exhibition of visionary art environments—has announced a major expansion designed by Rogers Partners. The firm, which has offices in New York City and Houston, won the commission as part of an invited competition in 2019. The pandemic put a brief hold on the project, and they are just now unveiling the completed master plan, which incorporates within the existing Orange Show an adjacent, derelict 5.7-acre shipping facility, creating a major destination for experiencing outsider art for the entire Houston community.

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