Anya Tish Gallery

Anya Tish Gallery


4411 Montrose

Houston, TX 77006


Árpád Forgó: Looking Round a Different Corner

Anya Tish Gallery

November 20 - December 31, 2015

An exhibition of work by Budapest-based artist Árpád Forgó. "Forgó constructs subtly kinetic paintings and shaped canvases that embody the concepts of cardinality, unity, division and plasticity."


Paweł Dutkiewicz: Daylight

An exhibition of works by Polish painter Paweł Dutkiewicz. In his most recent body of work, Dutkiewicz has been “creating expansive, meditative works exuding only light...

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Katja Loher: Where Does Time Begin?

An exhibition of video, videosculpture and installation works by New York-based artist Katja Loher. Through the combination of  natural forms and video screens, Loher entices the viewer to...

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Lone Star Global

A group exhibition featuring recent paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by artists from various ethnic backgrounds, from South Korea to El Salvador to Romania....

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Pool Party

A group exhibition featuring photography, painting, sculpture, and drawing by regional and international depicting environments and objects associated with summertime. Featured artists include artists William...

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Marcelyn McNeil: Compact Fictions

An exhibition featuring Houston artist Marcelyn McNeil’s newest body work, including both large-scale abstract oil paintings and intimate, multilayered works on paper.

Orna Feinstein: Slice by Slice

A show of new work by Israel-born, Houston-based artist Orna Feinstein visualizing the geometric complexities of nature.

Homage to Domestic Familiarity III

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...

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HJ Bott: Scribble Morphings

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...

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Truth and Consequences

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...

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Daniela Edburg: Killing Time

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...

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Jang soon Im: War

Images of warriors and staged historical battles abound in soon Im’s inaugural solo exhibition which includes painting, sculpture, digital collage, and video.

No Time Like the Present

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...

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Lillian Warren: Alone Together

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...

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Dimensions Variable

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...

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Homage to Domestic Familiarity II

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...

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Neva Mikulicz: They All Wore Pearls

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...

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