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Urban Tactics: Daniel Bertalot, Jed Foronda, and John Forse


September 3 - October 18, 2014

Houston artists Daniel Bertalot, Jed Foronda, and John Forse work with "place, spacial relations, and depth of surroundings" at the first show at Paul Middendorf's reincarnated Gallery Homeland.


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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Cody Ledvina and the French Neon Collective

Houston artist Cody Ledvina presents his new video installation “Dad Town is an HJ Hub,” along with new work by French Neon a NY collaborative […]