Barbara Davis Gallery
September 9 - October 8, 2016
An exhibition of works by London-based artist Danny Rolph. The paintings in the show "use the sky as a backdrop on which the artist projects his particular vocabulary of signs - a matrix of things, spaces, attitudes and future forms."
An exhibition by Miami-based artist Gavin Perry. In his work, the artist uses synthetic materials to create geometric abstractions.
An exhibition featuring art by Yizhak Elyashiv and Ruth Shouval. A collection of abstract works, Drift focuses on the elusiveness of landscapes and the molding of a space through the balance...Read More
An exhibition by photographer Miguel Soler-Roig documenting his former home in Barcelona. The works are nostalgic, documenting long-gone memories of the artist’s childhood past.
An exhibition of works created from tar, feathers, and smoke that are “free of prehistory to encourage new practices of painting.”
An exhibition of new works by Italian artist Andrea Bianconi. Centered on the concept of travel, “Bianconi constructs imaginative landscapes composed of obsessive marks that symbolize...Read More
An exhiibition of work by Detroit-based artist Greg Fadell. The artist’s primary medium for this work is cloth-like tape that draws on a “historical lineage with...Read More
An exhibition of paintings by Chicago-based artist Judy Ledgerwood. “The paintings presented in Refrain upend the stability of the aforementioned Modernist grid utilizing diagonal shapes that...Read More
An exhibition of site-specific installations by Houston-based artist Paul Fleming. By manipulating forms of everyday objects through casting them in cement and resin, Fleming “creates immersive, rhythmic patterns”...Read More
An exhibition featuring a series of new Scotch filled glass creations made over the last year by artist Donald Lipski with glass artisans at The...Read More
An exhibition featuring new paintings by Danish artist Mie Olise imagining fictional histories of constructions and architectural spaces.
A solo-exhibition featuring new abstract paintings by Los Angeles artist Martin Durazo that explore correlations of aestheticized formalist principles and spirituality.
A solo exhibition of paintings, drawings, and installations by Portuguese artist Sara Bichão, exploring her notions of memory and self.
Special, live performance by artist Andrea Bianconi, whose work was featured in Barabara Davis’ recent spotlight group show.
A solo-exhibition featuring a new series of totemic, cast plaster stacks by Los Angeles-based artist Joe Davidson–informed in part by the Dada movement and Art...Read More
spotlight features new drawings by Andrea Bianconi (Italy), new paintings by Owen Drysdale (New York),Judy Ledgerwood (Chicago), Gavin Perry (Miami), Rebecca Ward (New York), and...Read More
London-based artist Danny Rolph populates his work with Pop Art references and gestural marks located in sunsets inspired by the skies of West Texas and...Read More
Houston artist Joe Mancuso presents new paintings, sculpture, and a monumental installation entitled Chandelier composed of steel, roses, and concrete.
Abstract paintings! From LA-based Martin Durazo, and Houston-based emerging artist Owen Drysdale.
A group show including works by Ditte Ejlerskov, Yizhak Elyashiv, Paul Fleming, Robert Kelly, Joe Mancuso, Mie Olise, Matthew Satz, Ruth Shouval, and Troy Stanley. (Pictured...Read More
This exhibition consists of light projections, neon, and laser cut aluminum paintings.
Shaheen presents a collection of documentary-style portraits of internationally known Middle Eastern artists, which she has archived over the past two years. In conjunction with...Read More
Stanley’s work explores the relationships around what is perceived as life and what are recognized as objects.
The work in this show consists of stitched and unraveled canvas and a large-scale site-specific installation.
Barbara Davis Gallery announces End of the Line, a solo-exhibition by Miami based artist Gavin Perry. For his exhibition End of the Line, Gavin Perry presents...Read More
Combining flowers, glue, concrete, and enamel, Bianconi creates textured canvases, sculptures, a site-specific wall drawing, and a performance in a process he calls “reverse archeology”.
Paintings of Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal that investigate the impact of industrialism on the surrounding area, laden with desolation and abandonment.
Unique relief prints on paper.