Art Palace

Art Palace

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Houston, TX 77002


Peat Duggins: The Great White Whale

Art Palace

October 30 - December 19, 2015

"Duggins continues to refine themes from previous bodies of work, in this case as a body of related sculptures. Emphasizing the discrepant seductive and repellent aspects of the natural world, Duggins uses a very limited palette of cast resin, charred wood, and dyed industrial felt to draw viewers into works that are at once meditative and grotesque." Not the normal, pretty clean space of a normal gallery.


Alissa Blumenthal: Small Abstractions

An exhibition of paintings created by Alissa Blumenthal between 1950 and 1970. Studying under Kazimir Malevich, Blumenthal believed in the metaphysical significance of abstraction and tried to represent...

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The Bridge Club: Cut

An exhibition of photographs by The Bridge Club. Documenting performances from the past two years, the images reference a collective persona, while hinting at individual...

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Marjorie Schwarz

Dallas-based Schwarz presents her ruminations on otherwise forgettable domestic moments. Lyrical and accomplished, small-scale paintings.

Jeffrey Dell: Boundary Extension

An exhibition of graphic screen prints by Jeffrey Dell, completed during a recent artist residency in Lubbock, TX.

Susan Whyne: Entrances

A selection of small-scale works on paper made by artist Susan Whyne while she was living in the San Francisco Bay area (between 1969 and...

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Raychael Stine: Chuparrosa

A show of new paintings on canvas and paper by Albuquerque-based artist Raychael Stine, who layers abstract gesture and representation.

Bradley Kerl: Blind Arcade

Bradley Kerl’s newest paintings and collages playfully subvert the viewing process by framing imagery with arches.

Ebony Porter: The Quilt Show

Ebony Porter presents a selection of hand-quilted pieces inspired by a cross-section of the American landscape, cultural histories, folklore, and minimalism. As studies in patience...

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Deborah Roberts: One and Many

Deborah Roberts contradicts and exposes uncomfortable truths, taboos and myths about Black identity and idealized beauty, giving a contemporary voice to personal and political histories.

Michael Villarreal: OOMPH

Tactile paintings blur one’s ability to distinguish landscape from figure and movement from stillness. In a palette ranging from mouthwatering frosting to sallow drywall putty,...

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Summer Salts

Summer group show with Justin Boyd, Elaine Bradford, Jeffrey Dell, Peat Duggins, Nathan Green, Tatiana Istomina, Bradley Kerl, Joe Joe Orangias, Linda Post, Raychael Stine,...

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All the pathos and beauty of Dutch floral still lifes, crummily reimagined for the 21st century, courtesy of the 99¢ store.

Wabi Sabi

A group exhibition about the beautifully irregular.    

Believe What You Want... : Tony Day

Day’s recent work is inspired by an interest in thinking about freedom. His portraits are of prominent American religious leaders.

Nathan Green: Building Pictures

In his fifth solo presentation with Art Palace, Green further explores the formal and structural qualities of abstract painting.

To Each Their Own

A nice group show of Art Palace regulars: Mike Beradino, Elaine Bradford, The Bridge Club, Jeffrey Dell, Nathan Green, Charlie Morris, Jim Nolan, Linda Post, Raychael Stine, Barry...

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Re View

Art Palace’s summer group show featuring gallery artists and friends.

Alissa Blumenthal: A small retrospective

Art Palace presents the first retrospective of Alissa Blumenthal (1899-1995), an American painter of the 20th-century, whose work has received increasing attention since its rediscovery...

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Nina Rizzo: Yard Dweller

Using her direct experience with a place, event or object as a catalyst, Rizzo abstracts, invents and explores new realities in painted space and form.

The Bridge Club: Still

Photographs connect the spaces, objects and roles occupied by The Bridge Club’s temporal performance works.

Peat Duggins: Wreaths

Duggins questions the way that nature is reduced to a fetish in his forth solo exhibition at Art Palace.

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