April 21 - June 23, 2018
An exhibition featuring sculptures and collages by artist Karin Broker. The artist on her work: " is my hope that this exhibition in some small way marries the strength of the women who have been overlooked with the horrendous forces acted against our gender. My intention is to prevent some spectacular women from being erased and to give you a full frontal visual of the power, strength and resilience of my gender."
An exhibition featuring photographic collages by British artist John Stezaker.
“re:construction is a group exhibition that explores and encourages the dialogues between form and function, art and design, abstraction, extraction and representation by bringing together...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Charles Burchfield, Kent Dorn, Barnaby Furnas, Alex Katz, Patrick Jacobs, Joan Nelson, Tal R, and Joseph Yoakum.
A show of works by American artist Jonathan Seliger. The exhibition includes “large-scale works in painted canvas, aluminum, bronze and stainless steel that meticulously recreate mass-produced...Read More
A show of works by Mara Held. The paintings in the exhibition are created using egg tempera and are inspired by travel, insects, fungi, and various other...Read More
A show of works by Los Angeles-based artist Gisela Colon. Inspired by Minimalism, Op-Art, and the Light and Space movement, Colon creates freestanding sculptures and biomorphic pod works...Read More
A show of new paintings by California artist Gary Lang.
An exhibition of self-contained sculptural mechanisms by artists Jeff Shore and Jon Fisher. “These animated works subvert the traditional function of the clock mechanism, to keep real-time...Read More
An exhibition of prints by Picasso. The show contains works created from 1905 to 1970, but emphasizes prints made in the 1920s and 1930s.
An exhibition featuring works by Peter Alexander, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Larry Bell, Gisela Colón, Stephen Dean, Christian Eckart, Gary Lang, De Wain Valentine and Marc Vaux.
An exhibition of works by abstract expressionist Nicolas Carone. The pieces in the show were created in the last decade of the artist’s life and attempt...Read More
An exhibition of photographs by Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo and Andrew Mroczek. THe works in the show are designed to promote awareness, dialog, and change for LGBTQ...Read More
An exhibition of works by Texas-born artist Ray Smith. The pieces in the show draw on imagery from Picasso’s Guernica.
A pop-up exhibition of artists living and woking in Latin America.
An exhibition of works by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira.
An exhibition of works curated by Bo Joseph and Erin Siudzinski.
An exhibition of works by Bo Joseph.
An exhibition of recent, gestural ceramic vessels, bowls and anthropomorphic forms by artist Donna Green.
An exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Houston-based artist Kelli Vance that continue her investigations of sexuality, anxiety, and identity. This body of photo-realistic...Read More
A solo exhibition of New York artist Mara Held’s most recent paintings of swirling organic forms on linen and paper.
This exhibition of new paper constructions by Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa creatively explores systems, alternative realities, and metropolitan spaces.
The Brooklyn-based collective Bruce High Quality Foundation (BHQF) have reimagined the much-fabled Arnold Böcklin painting Isle of the Dead through performance, silkscreen, and sculpture.
A show for printmakers and lovers of the Modern Masters: a selection of prints by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.
Oil paintings inspired by the forests of upstate New York, where Nasso lives and works. She seems to have adopted a new brushwork style…
Broker’s fourth solo exhibition at the gallery presents a selection of new drawings and monoprints as well as hand-etched steel furniture.
Deleporte works across a variety of media including painting, sculpture, drawing, video. Consistent throughout her work is a a fascination with how photography can transform...Read More
The second solo presentation of Shore and Fisher’s installations in Houston. Their work bring togethers combined backgrounds in painting, electronics, and music.
Row is known for his approach to non-representational geometric abstraction.
McClain Gallery announces an exhibition of Robert Motherwell’s collage works spanning four decades from the 1960s to early 1990s. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition, containing...Read More