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Graphite drawings on paper by friends who both use a camera, the Internet, pencils, and paper to investigate and continually reappraise their respective interests, concerns,...Read More
30 lamps from the original installation of 100 presented at Texas State University. Each lamp is handmade: light bulbs painstakingly married with objects like bricks,...Read More
Scenes and objects from laboratories, museums, libraries, archives, offices, and classrooms.
Nine different LP sleeves from recordings of Dvořák’s New World Symphony whose text has been painted to blend in with the cover image. As with...Read More
Lynnerup’s work wryly engages and analyzes built environments and the widely accepted social behavior inherent in them in order to get at larger issues of...Read More
New painted portraits by Jim Torok.
Lora Reynolds Gallery features a group exhibition, Out of Place, curated by Noah Simblist. The exhibition features six international artists including Yael Bartana, Nida Sinnokrot,...Read More
British artist Ewan Gibbs’s unleashes his third solo exhibition of work at Lora Reynolds Gallery in Here and There. Gibbs reveals travel destinations, urban facades...Read More
Lora Reynolds Gallery features the work of Texas born, New York based artist, Tony Feher in their Project Room. Feher’s sculptures are comprised of plastic...Read More
Lora Reynolds Gallery is pleased to announce our third solo exhibition with Illinois-based artist Conrad Bakker. RELAX AND TAKE YOUR FUCKING TIME includes carved and...Read More
Lora Reynolds Gallery presents a film screening of Grand Paris Texas by Austin based artists Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler. The screening is held after...Read More
Lora Reynolds Gallery announces the first solo exhibition of new works by New York based artist, Cordy Ryman, entitled Scrapple. Rooted loosely in minimalism and...Read More
Los Angeles based artist, Francesca Gabbiani, is back at Lora Reynolds Gallery with her third solo exhibition of new works. Titled Dream Baby Dream, Gabbiani’s...Read More
Seattle-based artist, Roy McMakin exhibits new work in his second solo exhibition at Lora Reynolds Gallery. This exhibition includes McMakin’s new sculptures and photography. Four...Read More
Lora Reynolds presents Noriko Ambe: キル – Artists Books, Linear-Actions Cutting Project, curated by Glenn Fuhrman, and "comprised of a specific selection of artist books...Read More
"Works in this exhibition examine a range of influential topics from the Civil Rights Movement to the current state of the economy, yet does not...Read More
This group exhibition "brings together works that are concerned with the act of mark-making, including drawing, sculpture, video, cut paper, and painted wood. The show...Read More
Lora Reynolds presents Practice, Practice, Practice, curated by Michael Smith and Jay Sanders. Artists included in the exhibition are: Ericka Beckman, Patterson Beckwith, Robert Cumming,...Read More
Lora Reynolds presents graphite drawings by Irish artist Tom Molloy.
Curated by New York-based, independent curator Maureen Mahony, Photography in the Abstract is a group exhibit featuring work from the 1930s to the present that...Read More
Lora Reynolds presents their second solo exhibition for New York-based painter Benjamin Butler.
Lora Reynolds has a new space!! Check them out at their new location on Nueces Street.
Lora Reynolds offers up a great group summer show, featuring work by Oliver Boberg, Benjamin Butler, Mads Lynnerup, Roy McMakin, Tom Molloy, Niamh O’Malley, Jim...Read More
For something diferent, check out Gabbiani‘s newly published wallpaper, presented as a backdrop for her intricate cut-paper collage, acrylic, and gauche pieces. Another great show...Read More
Torok swings from witty, cartoonish drawings to thoughtful portraits in oil and graphite. But believe us, you won’t mind. It’s all good.
Lora Reynolds hits another home run with Gibbs‘ beautiful and exact graphite drawings.
If the work on his website is any indication, Mads Lynnerup’s show at Lora Reynolds should be fantastic. Lynnerup is a Danish goofball with an...Read More
McMakin's furniture and architecture work has been in the press a lot lately. It'll be interesting to see what LRG has in this show.