Minamikawa’s paintings respond to the storefronts, objects and passersby of his native Tokyo.
FOTOFEST 2014: Linarejos Moreno: Fragmented Past/Reconstructed Present and Amy Blakemore: More Pictures
This will be Moreno’s first exhibition and Blakemore’s sixth solo exhibition with Inman.
Salavon develops data sets and using homemade software, turns them into prints, videos, and installations. His programs transform collections of cable television footage, Western painting, […]
This show grew out of a visit to Leipzig, one of Houston’s official sister cities (Karachi in Pakistan is one too!) by Kerry Inman and Lea […]
Moorhead’s fifth solo show with Inman presents new objects and gestures, titled in honor of the Arctic Tern, known, like the artist for ceaseless, lengthy […]
A two-day exhibition collecting ten years of paintings based on the contents of two nearby boxlike buildings in Montrose, by University of Houston painting students […]
Geometric paintings inspired by Edwin Abbott’s 1884 novella Flatland.
Emily Joyce’s recent silkscreen print series interprets tree-rings, knots, and cuts -as startling optical abstractions.
Paintings from the artist’s recent series “Unknown Adventures in Unknown Spaces.”
Richard’s paintings seamlessly collages fine art objects into stylized 1960s and 70s living rooms. Extending this mashup to gallery and studio interiors, Richard comically probes […]
Recent ceramic-based work: Haft-Candell assembles hand-painted clay fragments, fabric surfaces, and structural wire and rebar to manifest surreal architectures. Julia Kunin aggregates casts of natural […]
New paintings on paper of Texas trees, produced while the artist’s father was passing away.
In a new series of nine paintings Efrat depicts the empty, abstract space of Israel’s southern hinterland, the Negev desert.
The galleries of Isabella Court welcome members and guests of ART + PAPER to a mini-gallery crawl beginning at Inman Gallery. Dena Woodall of the […]
The works in Frankfort’s third solo exhibition at the gallery focus on the landscape from observation.
Inman’s summer exhibition features new print projects by gallery artists, including David Aylsworth, Emily Joyce, Shaun O’Dell, Dario Robleto, Jason Salavon and Darren Waterston.
Recent paintings by Houston-based artist David Aylsworth.
A a sprawling, complex installation entitled “Bagdad Bass Club” integrating sculptural elements with sound and video.
Recent spray-paint drawings derived from an Orrery, an installation Oliver created at D’Amelio Terras Gallery in New York last fall.
In Blakemore’s images, the unsettled relationship between accident and design is accentuated by her use of idiosyncratic, low-tech, and often unpredictable cameras.
Eleven paintings showcase new developments in LA artist Sonsini’s decades-long engagement with painted portraiture. In this latest work, the artist pictures men in fútbol/soccer uniforms, […]
Related Clues explores a slippage between 2D and 3D, between object and image and between concept and form.
Toni LaSelle taught art at what is now known as Texas Women’s University in Denton Texas for 44 years, from 1928 – 1972. She embraced […]
Representational elements collide with juicy painterly abstraction, pleasing everyone; but wait- Fraleigh’s third show at Inman includes new graphite drawings and fragile sculptures!
Selected recent works explore masculine identity and muse nostalgically on a time when being gay meant being a member of a coded, secret society. Midnight […]
The Grand re-opening of the newly refurbished and expanded Inman Gallery features drawings, sculpture and two wall installations by San Francisco-based artist and saxophonist Shaun […]
Kristin Musgnug paints scenes of landscapes and foliage that have such an intense presence as paintings that they turn very quickly into terrifyingly surreal depictions […]
Everyone you know. Naked.