Gallery Sonja Roesch

Gallery Sonja Roesch

(713) 659-5424

2309 Caroline Street

Houston, TX 77004


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Gallery Sonja Roesch

August 29 - October 31, 2015

An exhibition of sculptural works by John Clement and Mac Whitney. The two artists use steel in different ways: Clement refines the steel into organic shapes while Whitney creates abstract sculptures that recall DNA and molecules.


Texas Abstract

An exhibition of work by significant Texas artists featured in the recently released book, Texas Abstract: Modern + Contemporary. The Houston engagement is divided into...

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2 Berliner + 1 Wiener

Recent works by Dieter Balzer, Dirk Rathke, and Josef Adam Moser– three artists (two from Berlin, one from Vienna) who use geometric shapes, sculptural form,...

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UNIT: What's in Store

See the latest multiples from UNIT, including prints, drawings, 2-D and 3-D multiples, and artist books. Participating Artists: Harry Gamboa Jr, Sage Paisner, Lewis Mauk,...

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Black and White

A group exhibition with ten artists exploring the different approaches to reductive art. Featuring work by Gilbert Hsiao, Raimund Girke, David Simpson, Myke Venable, Ruth Pastine,...

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Gilbert Hsiao: Vortex

Perceptually-based abstraction painted on shaped wooden panels.  

Perla Krauze: Suspended Blues

Gallery Sonja Roesch announces a solo exhibition of new work by Perla Krauze titled Suspended Blues. The exhibition is centered on Krauze’s work in suspended...

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What's in Store

UNIT presents its summer pop-up exhibition, What’s In Store at Gallery Sonja Roesch. UNIT is an online resource and store featuring limited edition prints, multiples, and publications by...

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No Paint

Gallery Sonja Roesch presents an  exhibition consisting of six artists whose work is based on painterly concepts without the use of traditional paint. Featured Artists:...

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Mac Whitney

A solo exhibition of steel sculptures and paintings by Texas-based Artist Mac Whitney, including the recent Linked Sculpture Series, in which an interlocking chain of...

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David Simpson

Simpson’s interference paintings and works on paper, as well as geometric abstract paintings from the ‘70s and ‘80s.

Dieter Balzer

Berlin grid art: strictly organized elements at the moment when order starts to topple.

UNIT: What's in Store

UNIT’s Grand Opening Reception, preceeded at 4pm by a Pie & Tea Artist Talk with Lewis Mauk, Gissette Padilla, Helen Gerritzen, and Solomon Kane. And...

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Picture your UNIT

The inagural show for UNIT, Ariane Roesch’s online and offline store featuring hand-made, hand-pulled limited edition prints, products, and publications. Featuring multiples by Harry Gamboa...

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Accrochage 2012: Celebrating 21 Years

A group exhibition of reductive and concept-based art marking Roesch’s 21st Anniversary since the Gallery opened its doors in 1991 in Neubrunn/ Wuerzburg, Germany.

Gilbert Hsiao

Berlin-based Hsiao’s collages of perforated and layered materials that explore the mechanics of visual perception. The viewer’s experience of them depends on changing light and...

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Ariane Roesch: How Hard Can it Be?

Ariane Roesch returns from grad school at CalArts to play songs inspired by electircal wiring manuals during the closing reception for Myke Venable’s Clustered Paintings...

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Myke Venable: Clustered Paintings

Myke Venable’s clusters of rectangular monochromes hang on Roesch’s white walls like a paused game of gallery Tetris.

Regine Schumann: Chameleon

Galerie Sonja Roesch continues its very serious exploration of bright minimalism with the work of internationally known artist Regine Schumann. Schumann explores the fundamentals of...

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