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Nick Barbee: Ask Forgiveness


September 12 - October 24, 2015

A solo exhibition by artist Nick Barbee. For this show, Barbee has created miniature versions of museum rooms as he remembers them from his childhood. Additionally, he has recreated works from those rooms. This exhibition serves as an investigation of memory and inherited history.


Mike Majkowski / SSBT / David Dove

Improvised music by Berlin-based bassist Mike Majkowski with Austin’s SSBT, preceded by Houston trombonist David Dove.

Christoph Hueppi: Alter Deus

Zurich-based painter Christoph Hueppi’s latest body of work inspired by microscopic organisms, molecular sciences, and developing technologies. Hueppi will be reside in Houston for the...

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Point to Point

An exhibition focusing on the act of mark making, featuring works by Houston artists Tierney Malone, David McGee, Cody Ledvina, Beth Secor

Homeland Soup

Part of a new micro grant program, Homeland Soup attendees will pay $5-$10 entry, receive soup and drink, and award the evening’s proceeds to one...

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Works by artists Heather Bause (Houston), Calvin Ross Carl (Portland), Geneva Gordon (Houston), Christoph Hueppi (Switzerland), and Darcy Rosenberger (Houston) blur traditional boundaries between painting,...

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Hullabaloo: Holiday ShaBang!

Hullabaloo is a Holiday end of the year celebratory small works exhibition with all works priced under $500. This exhibition is bringing together over 50...

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VANISH 3 <> 2 0 1 3::DOMOKOS

galleryHOMELAND presents a large scale installation and exhibition by Domokos Benczéd. Domokos’s work consists of silk screened prints on polished metal, sound installations, videos, collages,...

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The Texas Punk Problem

Gallery Homeland hosts a benefit bash/pre-launch party for Bill Daniel’s new project, The Texas Punk Problem, a book of photography and writing from the early...

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Daytime Television

Trey Ferguson, Hillaree Hamblin, Stephanie Hamblin, Miguel Martinez, and Ana Villagomez: five young Houston artists studying at Rice and UH, before the prime time of...

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