Cardoza Fine Art
1320 Nance Street
Houston, TX 77002
A show of new work by Dylan Roberts exploring Transhumanist concepts and combining his improvised painting techniques with digital imagery.
An exhibition of work by painters James Burns, Chris Henry, and Dual, drawing influence from graphic design, typography, cartoons, and the high keyed color palate...Read More
An exhibition featuring a new series of paintings by artist Alika Herreshoff.
A solo exhibition of new paintings by Houston artist Lane Hagood, featuring canine imagery and initially inspired by his brief friendship with a stray dog...Read More
A show of new works by two painters–more restrained, subtle imagery by Edgar Meza, and wilder popping pieces by Dylan Roberts.
This show’s title might refer both to GIVE UP’s transition from ephemeral street art toward the creation of more permanent gallery works, as well as...Read More
Henry’s paintings probe success and its many definitions. Bhichitkul’s photography explores the comedy of futility and solutions gone wrong.
A solo gallery exhibition featuring the latest works of prolific Houston street artist, DUAL.
“Michael’s work lies loosely between Chopin and Andy Kaufman.” – the press release
Wiatrek is a painter. His colorful abstract geometric paintings combine design elements with brushwork.
We can all rest easy – the hashtag has finally found its way into a Houston show title.
New digital prints and some older collages.
PMA is a multi-media installation by nomadic artists traveling throughout Latin America, USA and Europe. Huanca and Rodriguez explore the conditions of their movement amongst...Read More
Featuring work by Erin Joyce, Bret Shirley, and Lauren Moya Ford with performances by Screwed Anthologies and VRS.
New works by Daniel Anguilu, Eyesore, and Faviola Valencia Music by DJ Meshak and DJ P.
A solo gallery show by renowned Houston Street artist GIVE UP, featuring new and recent works, poster prints, fine art pieces, photos, etc, all available...Read More
Vast collages on canvas about obsession, compulsion, personal branding and collecting/hoarding, often pushing the lines between passion and pathology.
Sound and video by Coxcombs, installations by Tina Forbis and Ken Wiatrek, paintings by Jon Read, and music by Lucas Gorham. Here’s the press release...Read More
The artist’s statement “stresses substance abuse as a risk-factor for art and art attempts” and posits corporations as viral entities that reproduce through human hosts,...Read More