Photo-paintings by Houston-based artist and writer Devon Britt-Darby who began transferring digital video stills to linen using an inkjet printer and t-shirt iron-on transfer paper […]
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PG contemporary’s Holiday exhibition, featuring work by Hillevi Baar, Heather Bause, James Ciosek, Nicky Davis, Christy Karll, Guus Kemp, Charles Krafft, Don Localio, Tierney Malone, […]
Thursday’s private performance will feature Shinohara’s famous Boxing Painting, in which the artist dips boxing gloves in sumi ink and creates splattered paintings by punching […]
Elaborate three-dimensional drawings.
Works by PG Contemporary’s three HFAF artists: Guus Kemp, b. moody, and Ushio Shinohara.
The first Houston solo exhibition for Rhode Island-based artist Susan Doyle. Presented in conjunction with PrintHouston.
A pair of artists whose 21st-century takes on two traditional mediums – ex-votos and Delft ceramic painting – offer sly new perspectives on the timeless […]
A group show exploring the rich middle ground between abstraction and representation. Works by Houston artists Julon Pinkston, Marzia Faggin and Melanie Crader will be […]
Henderson, a co-founder of Box 13 ArtSpace and professor at Sam Houston State University, presents a three-minute video loop incorporating 3-D animation with images of […]
The U.S. debut of Sofia Tatarinova, an emerging talent in Russia’s post-perestroika generation of photographers. Features C-prints of the pagan-infused, fairy-tale inspired folk art of […]
Brooklyn-based Fernando Mastrangelo uses unconventional and controversial materials such as condensed gun powder, cocaine, pressed corn meal and human ashes to create cultural objects that […]
Self-taught Houston artist Prince explores everything from global politics to America’s fast-food culture. Prince has an upcoming retrospective at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art.
Houston native and UH graduate David Lozano painstakingly creates “pours of paint” with a brush using sign painter’s enamel over soft-focus photography. He’s returning to […]
Born in Houston, Texas but raised in Mexico, Nuevo Fuego is Plum’s first solo exhibition in Houston since returning to Houston in 2009 from San […]
A group show about Hyperrealism and the Mexican/American border, where politics network with the mythical. Featuring Sharon Engelstein, Santiago Forero, Jorge Galvan, Dennis Harper, Brett […]
Inspired by Jazz, Malone pieces together his own visual lexicon of letters, numbers, images and silhouettes to create a wall installation of 30 individual pieces.
My Caribbean Self introduces established and emerging artists from Trinidad, featuring Edward Bowen, Donald “Jackie” Hinkson, Che Lovelace, Shastri Maharaj, Peter Sheppard, Adele Todd, and […]
Sacramento street-style fantasy painter John Stuart Berger, specializing in “things that crawl, bite, squirm and slither,” is teamed up with Houston’s urban art educator, GONZO247 […]
PG Contemporary has gathered prints by big-name post-war artists including Willem de Kooning, Ken Price, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Joseph Beuys, Jim Dine, Robert Motherwell, […]
Zoya Tommy presents Nature Vie by Native Houstonian Mary Hayslip. A self-taught child of antique dealers, Hayslip makes towering, organically free-form stitched paper sculptures and […]
PG Contemporary presents Limited Palette, a two person exhibition of work by Frank X. Tolbert2 and Laura Feld. Feld is exhibiting for the first time […]
Rua Minx Pop Up Shop is an on-site installation by Donna Huanca that serves as a stage for performance and a setting for Spring 2011 […]
Inspired by the philosophies of Magritte and his Le Monde Invisible, this exhibition elaborates on the artistic philosophies of Magritte, including works that continue the […]
Zoya Tommy of PG Contemporary Gallery presents Memento Mori, a group exhibition featuring the work of Seattle-based artist Charles Krafft, Houston artist Wayne Gilbert, and […]
Corresponding with her exhibition at Diverse Works, PG Contemporary presents Parody of Light, a solo exhibition of works by Patricia Hernandez based on the paintings […]
PG Contemporary Gallery presents The Object Real, a group exhibition with installation work by Hillevi Baar and biomorphic creations by Sharon Engelstein. Marzia Faggin’s experimental […]
PG Contemporary presents Everything Must Go, a solo exhibition of work by Dennis Congdon. The Rhode Island-based artist is also the head of the Painting […]
PG Contemporary puts on its first annual holiday show- Show Some Style, a two day event featuring handcrafted jewelry and sculptural works by designers from […]
Philomena Gabriel Contemporary opens with the work of Aaron McIntosh in Adam4Adam & Other Boyfriends curated by Anna Walker, curatorial fellow at Houston Center for […]
PG Contemporary hosts an exclusive 3 day event featuring handcrafted jewelry by designer Jo Ann Williams. Williams’s collection combines ancient artifacts and rare treasures with […]
PG Contemporary kicks off the Fall with a group exhibition of Houston-based artists. In & Out: Narratives features works by Adam Burkett, Catherine Colangelo, Jeremy […]