Anya Tish Gallery
Using a variety of lights, tubes, rods, coils, mirrors, and debris, Adela Andea’s new sculptures and installations blend science and fantasy to bring to life […]
As the third installment of the Domestic Familiarity exhibitions, the common thread amongst these diversified artists is their emphasis on depicting the mundane. Artists: Jonathan […]
In his 67th year of exhibitions, Bott presents a collection of works expanding on what is known as the “24 Basic Scribbles,” the inherent, fundamental […]
Anya Tish’s PrintHouston show features Samantha Parker Salazar, Daryl Vocat, and Raluca Iancu. Expect sophisticated and intricate cut paper assemblages from Salazar, and 3D constructed […]
Edburg’s intricate photographs challenge the boundaries between the surreal and the commonplace. Elements of the bizarre in otherwise ordinary settings call attention to the self-destructive […]
Murphy’s newest sculptures embody graceful, curving geometries.
Images of warriors and staged historical battles abound in soon Im’s inaugural solo exhibition which includes painting, sculpture, digital collage, and video.
Work by gallery artists which embody a sense of lightness and unity through the use of material and form. The exhibition includes work in a […]
Houston-based, Croatian-born artist Nadezda Prvulovic’s paintings, begun the 1980’s, depict industrial steel furnaces. The works in this exhibition represent the conclusion of this series.
New York-based, Swiss-born video artist Katja Loher returns to Anya Tish Gallery for her third solo exhibition: Who Collects Clouds in the Sky? Loher discards […]
Lillian Warren’s inaugural exhibition at Anya Tish Gallery, Alone Together, presents Warren’s newest series of “wait-scapes,” images of contemporary anomie. In this new series, Warren […]
In conjunction with PrintHouston 2013, Anya Tish Gallery presents, a two-person exhibition featuring Joan Hall and Paul Booker. Exploring the area between printmaking and sculpture, […]
Neo-pop portraits in bright candy colors.
Anya Tish asks: “Does size matter?” with works by Vincent Falsetta, Orna Feinstein, George Grochocki, Dmitri Koustov, Steve Murphy, Charlotte Smith each artist represented by […]
The Romania-born, Houston-based artist’s second solo exhibition is an installation of lights, LED fans, computer hardware and fiber optics that move, surge and flow across […]
Danish painter Christoffer Munch Andersen, Russian photographer Vadim Gushchin, British mixed-media artist Paul Hazelton, Houston-based Jonathan Clark and Tommy Gregory explore the value of inconsequential […]
An entirely new series of Cannings’ distinctive inflated metal sculptures.
Experimental prints combine the historic practices of encaustic painting and printmaking.
HJ Bott celebrates the 40th anniversary of his DoV System with recent paintings.
Marcelyn McNeil, when working on her most recent large-scale works on paper, has sought to achieve a “Quaker state-of-mind,” while George Grochocki, purposefully limiting himself […]
Houston artist Neva Mikulicz combines pencil on paper with projected/embedded videos: thirteen finely detailed drawings depict women in a variety of situations and roles, based […]
“A group exhibition inspecting the properties of color bound within surface and shape”. Pure form as seen from different countries and continents.
New York-based, Swiss-born video artist Katja Loher creates spatial video objects by encasing video in hand-blown glass sculptures, and projecting video onto the surfaces of […]
Contemporary Islamic art, featuring the work of Dallas-based Pakistani artist Simeen Farhat, and Houston-based Iraqi artist Mohammed Al Shammarey. Farhat’s cast resin sculptures explode from […]
Anya Tish’s summer group exhibition features a new inflated steel sculpture by William Cannings, a light installation by Adela Andea, and paintings by Vincent Falsetta […]
Anya Tish has gone out of her way to put together an eclectic and interesting show for PrintHouston 2011. ArdAn Özmenoğlu, Jen Rose, Karin Bos, […]
Guns and Roses features large oil paintings by Shannon Cannings and mixed media installation by Ann Woods. Cannings, whose work is included in the current […]
Smith‘s sculptural use of paint drops goes ropey in her latest extension from the paintings’ surfaces.