September 14 - October 28, 2017
A show of works inspired by artist David McGee's "continued investigation into the paradoxes of blackness, via the abstract notion of colorism" and his "long-term interest in Herman Melville's book "Moby Dick” , and Homer's "The Odyssey" and the aversion to transcendentalism." The works are also inspired by "the Middle Passage, Viking culture, colonization, the colors of police cars and its effect on the optic nerve, and the impulses of modernism."
A show of works by William Wegman.
A show featuring works by Thomas Joshua Cooper, Rackstraw Downes, Lee Friedlander, Sarah McEneaney, Rod Penner, Frank Reaugh, Peter Saul, John Tweddle, and William Wegman.
A show of works by Billy Al Bengston.
A show of works by Lynda Benglis, Alan Shields & Peter Young.
A group exhibition featuring works by Robert Mapplethorpe, David McGee, Kiki Smith, Fred Wilson, and many more.
A group exhibition of works by Joe Goode, Walker Evans, Janet Fish, Francesca Fuchs, Rachel Hecker, and more.
A show of ceramics and drawings by Ken Price.
An exhibition of works by artist Stephen Mueller (1947-2011). The paintings in this show are inspired by Greek mythology and the artist’s experiences in Mexico.
An exhibition featuring work by Consuelo Amezcua, Hawkins Bolden, Howard Finster, J.B. Murry, Felipe Archuleta, Thomas Burleson, Bessie Harvey, Gregory Van Maanen, and Esther Pearl...Read More
Works by Joe Goode.
Writer and art critic Raphael Rubinstein will read his poem A Geniza.
Musical performance by 26-year-old guitarist Daniel Bachman, who was featured on NPR’s Tiny Desk radio show.
An exhibition of works by David Kelley.
Works by Tony Berlant.
Derek Boshier will sign copies of his new book Rethink/Re-entry.
An exhibition of works by Pat Steir.
An exhibition of new paintings by New York-based artist Katia Santibañez. Inspired by microbiology, Santibañez’s paintings are densely patterned and draw upon forms found in nature.
An exhibition of photographs in which Wegman’s good doggies pose on fancy furniture by Herman Miller, Charles and Ray Eames, and George Nelson. **We’re bringing...Read More
An exhibition featuring recent paintings by New York-based artist Robert Kushner including a new suite of works on paper incorporating collage elements.
An exhibition of works by Houston artist Jeremy Deprez.
Abstract works by California painter and member of the Dynaton group, Lee Mullican.
L.A. Times’ Christopher Knight says, “Goode deftly balances the destructive impulse with the constructive one, a tension that defines so much compelling art made since...Read More
Pousette-Dart has been making paintings since the early 70s and, in her new work, continues to be committed to abstract painting but with a strong...Read More
A large group show of seasoned artists working in collage. Pictured is Marnie Weber’s “Wild Birds Under Pine” from 2000. This will be a fun...Read More
Recent paintings from the San Francisco-based artist. Look for hard-edged supergraphic compositions executed with unfussy, uneven surface texture and density. The guy can paint.
New works on paper and board using McGee’s “labeling system” which combines references from literature and art with contemporary pop culture sources.
Francesca Fuchs takes the subject matter of her paintings from her surroundings. Early paintings depicted friends, family members, bedsheets, shower curtains and her own experience...Read More
Texas Gallery presents Jeff Elrod and Jeremy DePrez: Fantasy Island. There is a natural affinity between the two artists who make abstract paintings loosely based...Read More