An exhibition of process-driven abstract paintings by Texas artist Sebastian Montes, inspired by such natural phenomena from swarm of insects to streams of particles.
An exhibition featuring paintings that are part of artist Fabio D’Aroma ongoing procession project, including his “Retrocorionica” and “West of Ovest” segments, as well studies […]
An exhibition of work by artist Thedra Cullar-Ledford addressing breast cancer survival in brutally honest ways.
An exhibit of the human body, both on and off the walls. A show of original body-inspired artwork by local artists will be accompanied by […]
A show of works on paper and canvas by artist J. Antonio Farfa, employing an iconographic language developed through research into medieval philosophy and early […]
Recent, large scale works on paper and canvas by Houston-based artist, Roberta Harris, presented in conjunction with retrospective exhibition Roberta Harris: 1972-2013 at the Katy […]
Painter J. Todd Allison’s work pulls from a multitude of experiences and perspectives. The work on view in this solo show is characterized by a […]
New video installations, projections, mandalas and photographs create order out of the detritus of everyday suburban life.
Alison’s whimsical collages, drawings, and paintings in her first G Gallery solo show since 2010.
New works and songs by 2009/2011 Texas Biennial and 2013 Austin Music Awards avant garde artist of the year Morgan Sorne. Sorne tells a story through […]
The sixth iteration of Visual Stimulus Package (VSP), Apama Mackey’s annual, one night art sale: works are available at only two prices: $50 or $100.
It Sho is Hot! Group show: Patrick Bresnan, Casey Arguelles Gregory, Tommy Gregory, David Hardaker, Randall L. Kallinen, Cody Ledvina, Lynet McDonald, Rahul Mitra, Sebastian […]
A drawing survey curated by Papercity’s Catherine Anspon. Featuring works by Susan Plum, Joy Parazette, Harry D. Anspon, Fernando Ramirez, Molly Jodeit, Seth Mittag, Ken […]
Curated by Barbara MacAdam, this show features a group of artists who engage with the world of materials as well as the intellect. Featuring Nancy Haynes, […]
Nix imagines a post human, post mankind future with post apocalyptic dioramas. Presented in conjunction with FotoFest 2014
New work by Thedra Cullar-Ledford and Lori Fish.
House and Younger reevaluate archetypes, mythology and values of “The West.”
Houston-based artist Jon Read is a storyteller. Influenced by comic books, cult films, and religion, Read plays out boy fantasies in large-scale, site-specific dioramas. Russian-born, Austin-based […]
The VSP, presented by Apama Mackey Gallery, in collaboration with keephoustonrich.com, is a curated exhibition where artists’ works are available at only two prices; $50 […]
Featuring Lori Fish, Chrys Grummert, Richard Mogas, Erik Ockrassa, Annette Palmer, Jessica Ramirez, and Xochi Solis
Jeff F. Wheeler returns to Houston for his first solo exhibition at G Gallery since 2008. Most recently Wheeler has teamed with Wayne Gilbert and […]
G Gallery welcomes the Center for Creative Work (CCW) at the Honors College, University of Houston, for a presentation of Dionysia 2013. Dionysia 2013 performs […]
Manik Nakra’s Imperial Blends features colorful, symbolic paintings. Nakra breaks down Indian miniature painting and ancient architecture into minimal compositions. Imperial Blends is part of a […]
Vargas’s colorful and complex paintings are rooted in the symbols and history of his native Peru but also possess a chaotic, psychedelic sensibility derived from […]
Staged presents viewers with an familiar yet undeniably off-kilter view of the Texas landscape.
J. Todd Allison’s paintings often depict seemingly inconsequential interactions between object and space.
Between November 7, 2010 and November 6, 2011 Garcia’s 2011 project The Dress That Makes The Woman, she created and to wore a work of […]
Using a cartoon color palette and simple geometric shapes, recent Texas transplant Chrys Grummert generates hard-edged, abstracted landscapes with undeniable references to modern design.