Barbara Davis Gallery

Barbara Davis Gallery

(713) 520-9200

4411 Montrose Boulevard

Houston, TX 77006


Yizhak Elyashiv and Ruth Shouval: Drift

Barbara Davis Gallery

April 22 - May 28, 2016

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 of restraint and release.


Miguel Soler-Roig: The Ruin of Memory

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.

Matthew Satz: Smoke, Tar, Feather

An exhibition of works created from tar, feathers, and smoke that are “free of prehistory to encourage new practices of painting.”

Andrea Bianconi: Fantastic Planet

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...

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Greg Fadell: Agalma

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...

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Judy Ledgerwood: Refrain

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...

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Paul Fleming: Marmalade Punch

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”...

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Donald Lipski: Whiskey River

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...

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Mie Olise: Allusions on Place

An exhibition featuring new paintings by Danish artist Mie Olise imagining fictional histories of constructions and architectural spaces.

Martin Durazo: Axioms and Ecstasies

A solo-exhibition featuring new abstract paintings by Los Angeles artist Martin Durazo that explore correlations of aestheticized formalist principles and spirituality.

Andrea Bianconi: Time is Timing

Special, live performance by artist Andrea Bianconi, whose work was featured in Barabara Davis’ recent spotlight group show.

Joe Davidson: White Dust

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...

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Danny Rolph: Paradiso

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...

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Joe Mancuso: Because You're Mine

Houston artist Joe Mancuso presents new paintings, sculpture, and a monumental installation entitled Chandelier composed of steel, roses, and concrete.


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...

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Sueraya Shaheen: encounters

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...

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Troy Stanley: concrete-spring

Stanley’s work explores the relationships around what is perceived as life and what are recognized as objects.

shucked & silked: Rebecca Ward

The work in this show consists of stitched and unraveled canvas and a large-scale site-specific installation.  

Gavin Perry: End of the Line

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...

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Andrea Bianconi: Love Story

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”.

Mie Olise: Crystal Bites of Dust

Paintings of Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal that investigate the impact of industrialism on the surrounding area, laden with desolation and abandonment.

Andrea Bianconi: Romance

New works titled Love Story, which insinuate simplicity and complexity simultaneously as they illustrate the dichotomy between intimacy and extroversion.

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