Peveto presents Jason Villegas: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, a collection of drawings chronicling the artist’s weird, awkward, humorous and tragic sex life [...]
Join Peveto for special musical performances i conjunction with Robert Hodge’s A Memory Worth Fighting For… Performances include: Autumn Knight, Jawaadd Taylor “Bully Love Set”,” The Aspiring Me [...]
Peveto welcomes Robert Hodge for a solo exhibition of new mixed media work.
Peveto welcomes UP Art Studio to their second annual FUNKMOTOR exhibition during Art Houston 2013. Up Art Studio has invited 21 artists from Houston and internationally [...]
PEVETO welcomes Print Houston and their third annual Rockin’ Rollin’ Prints. Steamrolled.3 is an exhibition of prints of more than 60 artists who participated in [...]
Peveto welcomes Dallas-based Ricardo Paniagua. His style blends minimalism, geometric abstraction and expressionism.
Peveto presents an exhibition of paintings by George McNeil, The Beginnings of NeoExpressionism,1960 –1969. McNeil’s career spanned six decades and he was a founding member [...]
Trump and Lukaszewski explore the concepts of balance through porcelain sculpture installations depicting fragile relationships between nature, humanity and time in their Houston debut.
Neo-pop or Post-pop artist Greg Miller’s first solo exhibition in Texas.
Sculptures seem to multiply into existence, invading the surrounding spaces of kitchens, living rooms, patios, and landscapes.
An opportunity to study Vicente’s drawings from the 1950s through the 1970s. Eren Johnson, Director of the Archives and Editor of the Esteban Vicente Catalogue [...]
Vicente was the underknown Spanish-born abstract expressionist who exhibited with Rose Fried, Charles Egan, Leo Castelli, and Andre Emmerich, among others; friends included Harold Rosenberg [...]
The exhibition is a record of place and memory,which pays homage to the land and peoples of the South Texas and Northern Mexico border.
Artists from Chicago based gallery, The MISSION, featuring artists Erica Bohm, Gustavo Diaz, Susan Giles, Adam Gondek, Maximo Gonzales, Marcelo Grosman, Jeroen Nelemans, Mariana Sissia, [...]
Curator Andy Grotfeldt brings together a network of four artists who originated in Houston and whose interrelated histories have produced shared, cooperative art experiences.
A Survey of Contemporary American Printmaking, curated by Ryan O’Malley, a printmaker and Assistant Professor of Art at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi.
Hans Hofmann (1880-1966) is one of the most important figures of postwar American art.
The inaugural exhibition for Peveto, “A Fine Art Resource Management Company” includes works by include: Ken Gonzales-Day, Alejandro Diaz, Cesare DeCredico, Klaus Enrique, Maximo Gonzales, [...]