Sicardi Gallery

Sicardi Gallery

(713) 529-1313

1506 West Alabama

Houston, TX 77098



Geraldo de Barros: Off Center

An exhibition of photographs by Geraldo de Barros. The works in the show use “the medium of photography to challenge our ideas about how the “real”...

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Mirando La Flor

An exhibition of photography, sculpture, and mixed-media works by Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Thomas Glassford, Gabriel de la Mora, Miguel Angel Ríos, Miguel Angel Rojas, Oscar Muñoz,...

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An exhibition featuring works by Antonio Asis, Carlos Cruz-Diez, León Ferrari, Iole de Freitas, Francisco Sobrino, and Luis Tomasello. The pieces in the show aim to...

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Looking South

An exhibition of works by Joaquín Torres-Garcia, Julio Alpuy, José Gurvich, Francisco Matto, and Augusto Torres.

León Ferrari: To Write

An exhibition of works created from 1962 to 2008. This show “explores the role of writing in Ferrari’s diverse artistic production. Pairing abstractions with the...

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Miguel Angel Ríos: Endless

An exhibition of works by Argentinian artist Miguel Angel Ríos. His work uses the landscapes of the the Americas to challenge “notions of territory, consumption,...

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Un tournant | A turning point

An exhibition featuring works by artists from Argentina who were based in Paris from the 1950s on, including sculptures by Martha Boto, Horacio Garcia Rossi,...

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Líneas de la mano

A group exhibition featuring artists Esvin Alarcón Lam, Ricardo Alcaide, Darío Escobar, Gianfranco Foschino, Juan Fernando Herrán, Harold Mendez, Gabriel de la Mora, Ronny Quevedo,...

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Pedro Tyler: Extensa

An exhibition of artist Pedro Tyler’s sculptural installations made from metal rulers.

Project Video 2015

The latest in Sicardi’s Project Video exhibition series features recent video works by Dias & Riedweg, Miguel Angel Ríos, and Melanie Smith, looped continuously in...

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Carlos Cruz-Diez: A Chromatic Condition

Color experiments by Paris-based Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, including a selection of recent Physichromies and a Transchromie, paired with a portfolio of screenprints from 1970-1971.

Linear Imaginations

Taking Gego’s notion of the line as a starting point, this investigation into the unpredictability of abstraction features work by Gego, Anna Elise Johnson, Mikhail...

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A special, free screening of the award-winning 2014 film Ensoulment: A Diverse Analysis of the Feminine in Western Culture–Lorís Simón Salum’s personal animated study of...

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Ana Maria Tavares: Euryale Amazonica

Tavares’ conceptual work probes the workings and dysfunctions of modernist utopias. The exhibition takes its name from a species of plant native to Brazil; the...

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Gabriel de la Mora: Luciferos

In de la Mora’s recent work, he uses fire-making as a vehicle for reconsidering geometric abstraction. Through the patterns of thousands of used matches, he...

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Stories About Place

Recent work by Gustavo Bonevardi, Dias & Riedweg, Cesar González, Liliana Porter, and Melanie Smith, on view in Sicardi’s Project Room

Pressed: Prints from Latin America

Prints produced at the venerable Barcelona press Polígrafa. Featuring prints by artists Carlos Cruz-Diez, León Ferrari, Guillermo Kuitca, Nelson Leirner, Jorge Macchi, Nicolás Paris, Liliana...

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Francisco Sobrino

This is Sicardi’s first solo exhibit of Sobrino, who died earlier this month at the age of 82. On view will be examples of Sobrino’s...

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Thomas Glassford: Afterglow

This exhibition consists of Glassford’s large-scale sculptural installation of the same name and a series of recent works on paper.

Green is the Colour: Melanie Smith

The first exhibition of work by Mexico City-based Smith includes new paintings and video. the exhibition focuses on the color green, drawing from the artist’s...

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Marco Maggi: Fanfold

In his fourth solo exhibition Maggi presents work made from paper, convex mirrors, and Plexiglas. His stacks of paper and cutouts suggest ways in which...

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