Deborah Colton Gallery
July 9 - August 20, 2016
An exhibition comprised of a selection of works from the archives of William John Kennedy, Jonas Mekas and Suzanne Paul. Via the gallery: "The photographs in this exhibition provide an uncharacteristic glance through the lens of some of the artists who helped establish film and photography as fine art in late twentieth century."
An exhibition featuring paintings and mixed media works by Russian artist Ivan Plusch and late Houston artist Daniel Kayne.
An exhibition of photographs by Suzanne Paul. The show is curated by Theresa Escobedo and re-examines Paul’s archive of photographs of iconic Houston artists.
The international debut of Oleg Dou’s newest body of work. This exhibition features multimedia artworks exploring the idea of relinquishing our inner selves from our “social...Read More
A Valentine’s Open House at the gallery.
A holiday celebration and book release event for Dominic Walsh.
An exhibition featuring the work of Khaled Hafez. Here is a really long, wordy description: “In Codes of Hermes, Khaled Hafez proposes a series of mixed...Read More
An open house event at Deborah Colton Gallery.
An exhibition of works by Susan Plum. Inspired by her love of nature, Plum’s work cultivates a language between the mythic imaginal world and the real.
A group exhibition showcasing work by Houston-based emerging artists, all of whom are either current or alumni members of El Rincón Social collaborative space in...Read More
An exhibition of work by artists Noriko and Ushio Shinohara (subjects of the award-winning documentary film, “Cutie and the Boxer”), featuring boxing paintings–artifacts of Ushio’s...Read More
A solo-exhibition of recent paintings by artist Lowell Boyers.
A solo exhibition of paintings by Russian artist Olga Tobreluts exploring the evolution of visual perception in the 21st Century.
The paintings of Mexican artist Alfredo Gisholt resists categorization, as they combine abstract, figurative, and narrative elements. This is Gisholt’s first solo show in Houston.
While we rarely understand Angelbert’s descriptions of his work, most of it is just gorgeous and all of it is enthusiastically-collected.
Works by Arab artists Khaled Hafez, Mahmoud Obaidi, and Ferhat Özgür.
A photographic exploration of public identity and private self. A participating space in the FOTOFEST 2014 Biennale
A participating space in the FOTOFEST 2014 Biennale.
This marks Benton’s exhibition debut in Houston.
A commentary on popular culture in the present.
February 1st, 2014 marks the anniversary of Bert Long’s death. Join in a celebration and a fundraiser for his book, Riding the Tiger: The Art...Read More
The title of this event is taken from daniel-kayne’s Reflections on Reality Sculpture Project proposed to the City of Houston. This will be an evening...Read More
Collective Identity explores the elusive sense of self through a close examination of the fragility of the human psyche.
Mark Dell’Isola will have his second solo exhibition at Deborah Colton Gallery with three new bodies of work.
Deborah Colton Gallery invites you to consider the following array of artists and exhibitions: David Graeve: Social Lens |Allen Bianchi: Fragile | Lester Marks: Rapture | Mary Ann Strandell: Cloud
An exhibition inspired by plastic pioneer Dr. Harry. D. Anspon curated by Dr. Anspon’s daughter, Catherine D. Anspon, the visual arts editor for PaperCity magazine.