Zoya Tommy Contemporary
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.
New work from Espada and Hollis, both senior members of the abstract painting pantheon in Houston.
Group show: Guus Kemp, Charles Krafft, Lester Marks, B. Moody, Julon Pinkston, Gil Rocha, Katie Pell, Antonia Richardson and Peter Zelle.
New ceramic and mixed-media works from Scott Rosenberg, a recent Houston transplant via SMU.
Prints by Penny Cerling (pictured) and Marco Villegas, part of PrintHouston 2014.
Malone celebrates the women of his childhood — his Grandmother, Mother, and four sisters — and how they became his inspirations.
Boncy takes urban landscapes of Houston in a natural, unguarded manner, capturing random intersections that occur in his neighborhood and surrounding areas. Boncy is gaining […]
The gallery will be installed salon-style with both artists filling all available wall space.
Images of outer space and the possibilities other planets or galaxies have always captured Rocha’s imagination.
This exhibition brings together four artists from different regions of Texas who share an affinity for detail and craftsmanship.
Hurry, it’s a ‘pop up’ exhibition and won’t be here long!
The show consists of inkjet prints and sculptures that combine earlier concepts with local materials from Texas.
Zoya Tommy Contemporary presents Houston-based artist Lauren Kelley in her first solo exhibition with the gallery titled Puce Parade.
Zoya Tommy Contemporary presents three artists; Danville Chadbourne, Mark Perry and Alex Shinohara.
Zoya Tommy Contemporary Gallery presents Ritual Devotion, paintings by Anastasia Pelias. Pelias creates abstract paintings that are rooted in her dual cultural ancestry of New Orleans […]
Paintings by Houston-based artist Guus Kemp, who moved to Houston in 2000 with a master’s degree in Organizational Psychology from the University of Amsterdam.
Julon Pinkston, Louis Vega Trevino, The Estate Of Laurent Boccara, and John Stuart Berger.
Fish, flora, and cowboys interlaced with ambiguity and humor.