1412 Bonnie Brae
Houston, TX 77006
A multimedia installation by Houston artist Martin Ivy. The exhibition explores the mysterious cycle of the universe.
A show of ceramic works by artist Lilly Lerner. Each piece in the show is tied to a memory from Lerner childhood growing up in a...Read More
An exhibition of collaborative works on paper by Jennifer Coates and David Humphrey. Through their collaboration, the work appears to have been created by a singular artist.
An exhibition of new works on paper by Brooklyn-based artist Alex Kvares. The artist’s work is shaped by his lifelong interests in philosophy, political history, art history,...Read More
An exhibition of paintings by Erin Hunt. Hunt is a painter of objects: “she is curious about the translation between the observed object/subject and the painted form, particular as it...Read More
An exhibition of works by Patrick Phipps. The artist begins his works without a plan and allows his forms to emerge as he creates them.
An exhibition of 5 year’s work of unseen studies, offshoot ideas, and narratives in progress.
An exhibition of new works on paper by Dennis Hollingsworth. “Hollingsworth is persistently analytical about the trajectory of painting from modern to postmodern and beyond, and...Read More
An exhibition of work by Houston-based artist JooYoung Choi merging autobiography and fantasy to create her own imaginary world she calls “The Cosmic Womb.”
An exhibition of artist Eriko Smith’s images of irregular, organic forms.
Objects and works on paper by artist Susan Whyne from her ongoing series inspired by Mexican burial culture–specifically, wreathes, bouquets, and grave markers in Oaxaca...Read More
Paintings by former Houstonian Michael Strahan.
New York artist Andrea Corson casts in metal a variety of tiny toys and trinkets and creates curious, provocative, and silly arrangements for her jewelry...Read More
In addition to sketches, plan drawings, and early models, the exhibition will include a recently completed scratch model of the storied steamship Satilla—the first deep...Read More
A site specific installation by the Los Angeles furniture-and-decor as art artist at Front Gallery, a converted living room space, begs a lot of questions...Read More
Recent work by Allen includes over 50 drawings in color pencil created primarily during meetings, conferences, and discussions. The subject matter of the exhibition reflects...Read More
Several mixed media works on black paper – these are spacescape paintings–planetoids, orbs, and wandering blobs that float in vast atmospheric fields.
The show will feature a series of woodcut monotype prints completed over the last nine months in collaboration with Houston’s Burning Bones Press.
The drawings and collages in this show come from Greece, Portugal, and Toronto and address the idea of decoration and beautification.
A group of works drawn from the Engelstein/Parazette archive including works by Mark Flood, Tina Marin, Ann Sophie Siden.
San Francisco-based artist Kathryn Spence combines sculpture with drawing and installation. As a birder, gardener, and naturalist her work exposes a dislocation between nature and...Read More
In collaboration with guest curator Jay Wehnert of Intuitve Eye, Front gallery presents the debut solo exhibition of Russell Prince.
The table sare turned on Menil curator Toby Kamps as he exhibits photographs that single out chance moments from his explorations near and far.
Austin artist Virginia Fleck is known for her vibrant mandalas made out of recycled plastic shopping bags. Steve Wiman will create a site specific work...Read More
Harnischfeger’s chunked-up ornamental solids and White’s dismembered reassembled collage drawings share layers of gnarliness.
Works on paper by Michael Blair, Biff Bolen, Clarence Chun, Megan Harrison and Erin Hunt.
Justin Durand paints with the kind of raw honesty that can be unnerving. In preparation for this Valentine-themed show he forced himself into a love...Read More
Frenzied girl-children caught in the throes of rapturous adventure by the well-known LA artist at the inaugural exhibition of Sharon Engelstein’s new house-gallery, Front.