Lora Reynolds Gallery
September 17 - November 12, 2016
An exhibition of works by Richard Forster. The show is comprised of drawings, wallpaper, and a neon installation that explore three places: Levittown, the former German Democratic Republic, and the artist's hometown of Saltburn-by-the-Sea in northeast England.
An exhibition of new drawings and paintings by North Carolina-based artist Frank Selby. In his work, Selby sources images from “classic films, modernist architecture, domestic products,...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Stockholm-based artist Carl Hammoud. The works in the show reference private domestic space, depicting objects as stand-ins for the person they...Read More
An exhibition featuring work by nine Brazilian artists, including Alexandre da Cunha, Marcius Galan, Fernanda Gomes, Jac Leirner, Rodrigo Matheus, Ana Mazzei, Maria Nepomuceno, Lucas...Read More
An exhibition of new drawings by Roy McMakin. The drawings vary, with some looking like schematic technical drawings, and others appearing decorative, “unambiguously meant to hang...Read More
An exhibition of paintings and drawings by Jim Torok. In addition to his portraits, this show has new cartoon drawings by the artist that “plumb the...Read More
A group exhibition consisting of textiles and paintings by Fergus Feehily, Sheila Hicks, and Julia Rommel. The works within the show are largely process-based and highlight their...Read More
An exhibition of video and drawings by artist Michael Smith.The work presents a ballet created by Smith in collaboration with a choreographer. Set to music...Read More
A group exhibition of sculpture and works on canvas by three Texas-based artists: Troy Brauntuch, Andy Coolquitt, and Jeff Williams.
An exhibition of Colby Bird’s most recent photographs–painted enlargements of Polaroid negatives–and sculpture–a body of work closely tied to the artist’s recent move from Brooklyn...Read More
An exhibition of paper sculpture and video by New York-based artist Noriko Ambe inspired by the open, desert vistas and dramatic geological formations the artist...Read More
An exhibition of sculptures by New York artist Tom Sachs, who also has a retrospective exhibition at the Contemporary Austin.
In works from his colorscale series, Los Angeles artist Tony de los Reyes has silkscreened topographical satellite photos of the US/Mexico border on dyed linen...Read More
Odd beauty in this exhibition of sculptures and drawings by artist Arlene Shechet, whose figurative, architectural, and organic forms all seem on the verge of...Read More
Texan-born Moffett returns again, this time for his first solo presentation at Lora Reynolds, to show more of his projection paintings. For the works in...Read More
Real artist-made furniture. Go ahead, you can sit on it!
Photographs of the African diaspora by the Brooklyn-based artist.
A group show including Colby Bird, Richard Forster, Roy McMakin, Frank Selby, and a selection of other gallery artists.
The work in this show features angular, geometric motifs layered over free-flowing patterns.
An exhibition of drawings, photographs, and a sculpture. This is the artist’s fifth solo show at the gallery.
Grant uses language, literature, and exchanges with writers as the basis for her paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Curated by Sarah Bancroft.
This is the second iteration of this exhibition. The first appeared at FLAG Art Foundation (New York). Now, the all star group exhibition of work by...Read More
Lora Reynolds presents The New Sincerity, a group exhibition of work by Florian Baudrexel, Colby Bird, Rosy Keyser, Roy McMakin, Julia Rommel, and Fabrice Samyn....Read More
Lora Reynolds presents The Line That Divides Us, a project room exhibition of new work by Jason Middlebrook. This is the artist’s first solo presentation...Read More
Lora Reynolds announces RIP, an exhibition of new work by Graham Dolphin. This is the artist’s first solo presentation at Lora Reynolds Gallery. The show...Read More
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