Zoya Tommy Contemporary

Zoya Tommy Contemporary



4102 Fannin St.

Houston, TX 77004


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James Ciosek: Moth To The Flame

A show of works by Houston-based sculptor and metal worker James Ciosek. The exhibition will feature works that use new techniques for the artist, such as...

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Marco Villegas: Immigrant Waves

A show of works by Houston-based artist Marco Villegas. The pieces in the exhibition reference waves of migration, the politics of identity, and the issue of...

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Your Presence Is Required

An exhibition curated by Daniela Antelo and featuring works by Elise Weber, Kyla Crawford, James Radcliffe and gallery artist Gil Rocha. The show is based around Antelo’s performance...

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St. Valentine

An exhibition featuring works by Thedra Cullar-Ledford, Lisa Krannichfeld, Clara Hoag, and Forrest Prince. The show “focuses on the timeless subject of women and love, harmoniously...

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Guus Kemp: Texas Star

An exhibition celebrating the life and work of the late Houston artist Guus Kemp. “Guus Kemp: Texas Star will showcase a stunning collection of the artist’s...

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Eric Ockrassa

A show of works by recent UH MFA painting graduate Eric Ockrassa. The pieces in the show are inspired by “the complex systems that help to...

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Devra Freelander & Heather Tolleson

A show of works by Devra Freelander and Heather Tolleson. This exhibition is in collaboration with Sculpture Month Houston.

Brett Hollis: Sublime Absurdity

From the artist: “The work of Brett Hollis is a scientific paradox, where irreverent narratives play out to reveal unexpected concepts. Throughout his pieces, Hollis...

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Perry House: Happyville

An exhibition of works by Houston-based artist Perry House. The works in the show are inspired by America’s fear of terrorism and the colors used in Walt Disney...

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Matthew Couper & JK Russ: Salon of Desert Martyrs

An exhibition featuring works by Las Vegas-based artists Matthew Couper & JK Russ. Each artist will exhibit their individual work and also unveil their recent collaborative creations.

James Ciosek: Opalescent Order

An exhibition of new works by James Ciosek. In his sculptures, the artist attempts to capture the “action and beauty of universal chaos.”


A group-exhibition of monochrome art focusing on the symbiotic relationship between black and white. Artists include: Tony Cragg, Marlene Dumas, Angela Kallus, Guus Kemp, Lindsey Nobel, Julon...

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Kay Tasuji: Connected

An exhibition of drawings inspired by the artist’s Middle Eastern background.

2016-Open Your Eyes

A show featuring “quirky sculptures by Rachel Fisher, colorful compositions by Eric Ockrassa, narrative sculptures by Margaret McMillan and provocative portraits by Angel Castelán.”

Guus Kemp: Paint, Toys and Bubble Gum

An exhibition of abstract paintings by artist Guus Kemp. “The paintings, some of which incorporate real toys, inspire a sensation of playfulness and spirit that continues...

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Earl Staley: Follies

An exhibition of abstract and representational paintings. Combining the landscapes of Santa Fe and Texas, Staley communicates his memories and dreams of nature.

New Work

A group exhibition featuring new work by artists Ibsen Espada, Felipe Lopez, Whitney Oldenberg, Mark Perry, Julon Pinkston, Eric Sall, Earl Staley, and Marco Villegas.

Kamila Szczesna and Gil Rocha: Twist

This exhibition brings together two artists with existential concerns and playful use of material and form–Galveston-based Kamila Szczesna and Laredo-based Gil Rocha.

Julon Pinkston: Nailed

In Pinkston’s current work, he creates impasto paintings along with paint made to look and feel like ubiquitous objects relating to his studio practice—duct tape,...

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Earl Staley: The Resolution of Doubt

He’s been making work for over 50 years, but this show presents Earl Staley’s recent paintings, made since his reappearance in the Houston area.

Show Up

Group show: Guus Kemp, Charles Krafft, Lester Marks, B. Moody, Julon Pinkston, Gil Rocha, Katie Pell, Antonia Richardson and Peter Zelle.


Prints by Penny Cerling (pictured) and Marco Villegas, part of PrintHouston 2014.

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