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 […]
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 […]
McClain Gallery announces More Than A Likeness, a group exhibition of works with a focus on portraiture by John Alexander, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, […]
McClain Gallery announces an exhibition of new paintings by Houston artist Rob Reasoner for ArtHouston 2013. Chromaticism showcases Reasoner’s contemplative line paintings.
McClain Gallery presents a new exhibition by super-famous American artist Eric Fischl. Cast & Drawn explores his work in bronze, glass, watercolor and collage.
Recent paintings and new works on paper in the first exhibition of “New Leipzig School” German artist Rosa Loy’s work in Texas. As one of […]
An atmospheric group of work completed by the American artist Cleve Gray (1918-2004) featuring metallic paint pours, which the artist began by picking up a […]
Panelists Frances Colpitt, the Deedie Potter Rose Chair of Art History at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Toby Kamps, Curator of Modern and Contemporary […]
A survey of recent Houston painting, curated by Aaron Parazette.
A summer exhibition that playfully explores the use of gold in contemporary art.
New York-based Bo Joseph uses culturally loaded found imagery in his ambitious paintings.
Frozen screenshots from video surveillance recordings executed as computer-numeric-controlled dots of acrylic paint.
Waters’ cinematic sensibility and most provocative themes–including race, sex, gender, consumerism, and religion–are transposed into photographs, montages and sculpture.
In his debut solo show at McClain, Brendan Cass presents a new paintings: sweeping swaths of unbridled Texas landscape.
New landscape paintings by artist John Alexander, set amid the lush lily ponds, reflective waters of his adopted home at Amagansett, on Long Island. Alexander […]
A comprehensive exhibition of paintings by Norman Bluhm from the mid 1960s to the mid 1970s, when he moved on from his own Abstract Expressionist […]
Works by Japanese artists Katsumi Hayakawa, Katsuhiro Saiki, Ruriko Shimizu, Nobuyoshi Araki. Twenty percent of sales will be donated to American Red Cross to support […]
A loosely circus-themed summer installation including works by Ray Smith, Sylvie Fleury, Damien Hirst, Larry Bell, Ford Beckman, John Alexander, Fletcher Benton, William Fisk, Ellsworth […]
Aaron Parazette is one of few painters still actively engaged in pushing forward the trajectory of hard-edge abstraction, color field painting, and minimalism – and […]
Check out Donald Baechler’s work at McClain Gallery and stay tuned for information about the other events surrounding the exhibition including an artist talk in […]
McClain Gallery announces an exhibition of painting-sculpture hybrids and installations by Christian Eckart. In the exhibition The Absurd Vehicle and Other Propositions, Eckart incorporates highly-refined […]
McClain Gallery announces the sale of artwork from the estate of distinguished art collector, Frank K. Ribelin. Using selections from his own collection, Frank helped […]