Barbara Davis Gallery
Barbara Davis presents the inaugural Houston exhibition for LA-based artist Brian Wills.
Barbara Davis Gallery is introducing four new artists to the gallery: L.A. artists Brian Wills and Debbie Han, San Francisco-based artist Dick Lodwig, and New York’s [...]
Barbara Davis presents work by Houston favorites Paul Fleming and Joe Mancuso (shown). It a "not-to-be-missed" show, for sure.
Texas art legend James Surls returns to Houston with a new body of work, and an already impressive list of accomplishments for 2009. Seven of [...]
Anyone with some time to kill and buck in their pocket has probably noticed the words novus ordo seclorum (Latin for "New Order of the Ages") [...]
Check out Helen Lessick‘s sculpture and installations, including an exploration of the Texas night sky and a work of embroidered text oscillating between two fans. [...]
Check out paintings, works on paper, and a wall drawing by New York artist Christopher Deeton.
Check out a monumental wall collage and a series of "Triplewall" paintings by London artist Danny Rolph.
Barbara Davis throws five new artists into the mix with a group show featuring the likes of not only James Surls and Joe Mancuso, but [...]
Check out paintings and a wall installation by Andrea Bianconi. If you can make it to the opening reception, there will be a performance by [...]
What can we say? This show is packed full of big-name talent, including Chuck Close, Robert Rauschenberg, Jenny Holzer, and Robert Longo. Not to be [...]
Gone are the days of Joe Mancuso’s impressively meticulous, repetitive, pointillism-esque works. In their place, well, we’re not really sure. These paintings are certainly busy, [...]
London artist Kjaergaard was one of four finalists in the 2007 Saatchi Competition, 4 New Sensations. She’s getting a ton of recognition lately, so be [...]
Berry, who recently graduated from the School of he Art Institute of Chicago, presents tapestries "related to characters from the Book of Names," a novel [...]
Three new works by Texas art giant (and the driving force behind Lawndale Art Center) James Surls, and new paintings by Houston favorite and former [...]
Curated by UT alumna Lauren Rottet, a show that "explicitly rejects the idea of disposable, throwaway objects." It’s a mixed bag: Ross Lovegrove’s bench carved from a [...]
Curated by Lauren Rottet, this show features work by Zaha Hadid, Mark Holmes, Ross Lovegrove, Arik Levy, Greg Lynn, David Mocarski, and Lauren Rottet.
Not your grandpa's woodcuts.
In conjunction with ArtHouston and the upcoming MFAH
Iceland is the new Europe! Masterson
Kittelson, head of sculpture at UH, has created a glowing new body of work. Don
Bianconi brings humor and the sarcasm of spaghetti westerns to Houston.