Hooks-Epstein Galleries

Hooks-Epstein Galleries

http://www.hooksepsteingalleries.com

713-522-0718

2631 Colquitt Street

Houston, TX 77098

CURRENT

Lauren Salazar: Ties that Bind

Hooks-Epstein Galleries

April 7 - May 12, 2018

An exhibition of weavings by artist Lauren Salazar. In addition to exploring the cultural history of their medium, Salazar's works echo the language of sculpture and painting.



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Prince Varughese Thomas: New Works

“Prince Varughese Thomas’s New Works exhibition consists of photo-based works, in addition to a video, that metaphorically explore the subject of death in private and...

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Stephanie Mercado: Just a Title

“In Just a Title, Los Angeles based artist Stephanie Mercado examines and interprets how history is recorded. Her recent portraits of maids tell a story...

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Ellen Berman: Three. Two. One.

A show of oil paintings by artist Ellen Berman. Often painting domestic objects, Berman aims to juxtapose the painted object to reality. The artist on her work: “I am...

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Kermit Oliver

A show of new paintings and drawings by Kermit Oliver.

Robert Kinsell: Blazes in the Desert

An exhibition of works by Robert Kinsell. In his work, Kinsell attempts to create realistic landscapes and objects that immerse the viewer in their narrativeki.

Lauren Salazar: Togetherness Undone

An exhibition of works by Houston-based artist Lauren Salazar. The pieces in the exhibition explores ideas about the social power of weaving.

Stephanie Mercado: Live Through This

An exhibition of works by LA-based painter Stephanie Mercado. In this show, the artist reinterprets history paintings and turns them into contemporary cultural commentary.

Leamon Green

An exhibition of work by Houston artist Leamon Green exploring identity issues by setting characters among cultural cues from various patterns (derived from textiles, wallpapers,...

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Toots Zynsky

An exhibition of colored glass sculptures and vessels by Toots Zynsky. Among the original team of artists who founded the Pilchuck Glass Center in Stanwood,...

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