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Mission Aborted: Chicago Gallery Abandons Texas Outpost

missionSebastian Campos, owner of The Mission Gallery, has announced the “end of our yearlong outpost in Houston.” The gallery’s space in the 4411 Montrose building will close its doors on October 25, at the end of the current exhibition, Moments in the System, featuring works by Adam Gondek and Anna Elise Johnson. For the record, the gallery’s Houston sojourn included eight shows:

Moments in the System
Adam Gondek, Anna Elise Johnson
Sep 5 – Oct 25, 2014

Erica Bohm : Visual Novel
Jul 25 – Aug 23, 2014

OFF THE GRID
Natalia Cacchiarelli, Gustavo Díaz, Curtis Gannon, Cecilia Jaime, Jeroen Nelemans, Michelle Prazak
May 30 – Jul 19, 2014

Lateral
Erica Bohm, Jeremy Bolen, Alex Chitty, Marcelo Grosman, Jason Lazarus, Jeroen Nelemans, John Opera, Daniel Shea, Missy Weimer, Bryan Zanisnik
Apr 5 – May 17, 2014

Curtis Gannon : Remnants of Yesterday/Fragments of Tomorrow
Feb 13 – Mar 29, 2014

Latin American Group Show
Gustavo Díaz, Marcelo Grosman, Fernando Pareja and Leidy Chavez
Nov 9, 2013 – Feb 1, 2014

Latin American Group Show
Gustavo Díaz, Marcelo Grosman, Fernando Pareja and Leidy Chavez
Nov 9, 2013 – Feb 1, 2014

Inaugural Group Show
Erica Bohm, Susan Giles, Adam Gondek, Máximo González, Jeroen Nelemans, Mariana Sissia, Missy Weimer
Oct 5 – Oct 26, 2013

also by Bill Davenport
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  1. This important contributor to the Houston art scene must try another year. If actually leaving, this will be a great disappointment. I was personally gratified to see the wondrous presentations by artists of very considerable merit.

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