Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino

Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino

(713) 529-1313

1506 West Alabama

Houston, TX 77098


Thomas Glassford: Osculum

Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino

June 22 - September 6, 2018

An exhibition of new works by Mexico City-based American artist Thomas Glassford. "Glassford’s practice incorporates the use of everyday materials and artifacts to create three-dimensional sculptures and installations that both quote and question the established languages of Minimalism, Geometric Abstraction and Op Art."



Portrait is a selection of works by artists Geraldo de Barros, Antonio Berni, Mariano Dal Verme, Dias & Riedweg, Marco Maggi, Gabriel de la Mora, Oscar...

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Marco Maggi: Putin's Pencils

A show of new works by New York and Montevideo-based artist Marco Maggi. “In Putin’s Pencils, Maggi activates a set of vintage Russian pencils, video, and...

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Abraham Palatnik: Progression

A show of works by Brazilian artist Abraham Palatnik. “Progression presents key pieces from Palatnik in which both organic and inorganic forms of technology are charged...

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A group exhibition featuring works by  Antonio Asis, Sérvulo Esmeraldo, Magdalena Fernández, León Ferrari, Gego, Thomas Glassford Marco Maggi, Gabriel de la Mora, Marie Oresanz,...

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Pablo Siquier: Hostile

An exhibition of works by Argentinian artist Pablo Siquier. The show is comprised of graphite drawings that are inspired by the ornamentation and design in both...

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Antonio Lizárraga: Balance of Duality

An exhibition examining 30 years of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and prints by artist Antonio Lizárraga. Throughout his career, Lizárraga was influenced by poetry, and illustration. He is regarded in...

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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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