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4520 Blossom Street
Houston, TX 77007
713 863 7097
Founded in 1984, Houston, TX.
Artists Represented:
Eric Aho
Drew Bacon
Jennifer Bartlett
Julie Bozzi
Dave Darraugh
Jack Davidson
Tony Feher
Vernon Fisher
Mark Fox
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Dana Harper
Joseph Havel
Will Henry
Hana Hillerova
David Hutchinson
Bill Jacobson
Terrell James
Matt Kleberg
Kyung-Lim Lee
Matt Magee
Michael Petry
James Siena
Brooke Stroud
Michael Tracy
James Turrell
Robert Wilson
Works Available By:
Forrest Bess
Nancy Brooks Brody
Daniel Buren
John Cage
Vija Celmins
Carroll Dunham
Ian Hamilton Finlay
Mark Flood
Sam Francis
Helen Frankenthaler
Ellen Gallagher
Peter Halley
Howard Hodgkin
Shana Hoehn
Jasper Johns
Jennie C. Jones
Donald Judd
Ellsworth Kelly
Sherrie Levine
Sol LeWitt
Brice Marden
Agnes Martin
Jack Pierson
Robert Rauschenberg
Fred Sandback
Richard Serra
Kiki Smith
Frank Stella
Martha Tuttle
Richard Tuttle
Cy Twombly
Meg Webster
Terry Winters
Margo Wolowiec

Past Exhibitions

Marisol, Shana Hoehn

Marisol & Shana Hoehn

March 9, 2024 - May 4, 2024
This exhibition of works on paper presents a cross-generational pairing of two artists that are best known for their sculptural studio production. In addition to a shared material preference for carving wood to create their sculptures, Marisol and Hoehn’s works also prominently figure the female body as a subject at human scale. In their works on paper, both artists couple aspects of fragmentation and hybridity, elucidating visual and conceptual affinities that contemplate notions of feminine beauty, eroticism, horror, and fantasy.

Tara Donovan, Matt Kleberg, Lily Stockman, Honor Titus, Martha Tuttle

Recent Collaborations with Farrington Press

February 6, 2024 - March 16, 2024
Founded in 2021 by Kyle Simon and Sarah LaChance, Farrington Press is an off-grid, solar-powered print shop located at the base of the Farrington Observatory in the mountains outside Joshua Tree, CA. Working collaboratively with invited artists to create editions and monotypes, Farrington Press has published works by Heather Day, Tara Donovan, Matt Kleberg, Lily Stockman, Honor Titus, Martha Tuttle, and Mary Weatherford. Their prints have been acquired by The National Gallery of Art, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Smith College Museum of Art, The Flint Institute of Arts, and The Farnsworth Art Museum. “Existing in a wild, remote environment requires us to be at the mercy of nature. Our water is hauled in from a nearby spring, and our drive to town is down a rough, off-roading trail. As a direct result of these limitations, Farrington has cultivated a sense of resourcefulness in all our collaborations. We understand the importance of uninhibited experimentation when it comes to creating prints, and have dedicated our space and time to pushing the limits of printmaking.” - Kyle Simon & Sarah LaChance In partnership with Farrington Press, Josh Pazda Hiram Butler has co-published three editions and numerous monoprints by Martha Tuttle, Matt Kleberg, and Tara Donovan. We are delighted by the work we've done together and look forward to many fruitful collaborations in the future.

Tony Feher

Drawn from Life

November 4, 2023 - January 13, 2024
This exhibition is funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.

Tara Donovan

Screen Time

November 4, 2023 - January 13, 2024

Kyung-Lim Lee

Ellipse of ε

November 4, 2023 - January 13, 2024

Joseph Havel


September 14, 2023 - October 28, 2023

Heather Day


September 14, 2023 - October 28, 2023

Nestor Topchy


September 14, 2023 - October 28, 2023


August 10, 2023 - September 9, 2023
Drew Bacon Jack Davidson David Hutchinson Terrell James Matt Kleberg Matt Magee Sam Reveles Brooke Stroud

Bill Jacobson

945 Madison Avenue

July 5, 2023 - August 26, 2023
In the midst of the Whitney Museum’s 2014/2015 departure from 945 Madison Avenue—the iconic building designed by Marcel Breuer—Bill Jacobson was given permission to photograph the building’s interior over the course of two weeks. The majority of its contents had been removed, and renovations by the museum’s next tenant had not yet begun. Working in this interim period allowed Jacobson to make the building itself his subject, which he hoped “to depict as it might’ve looked to Breuer upon its completion in 1965.” The resulting portfolio of thirty photographs is an intimate portrait of a well-known structure that captures its iconic features (ceiling, lights, windows, walls, elevators, and stairs), as well as the remarkable details of Breuer’s choice of building materials. Within the images are a variety of patinas generated by millions of bodies perambulating throughout the building over five decades. Over the past eight years, this storied location has been temporarily inhabited by two notable museums: The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met Breuer), and The Frick Collection (Frick Madison). The evolution of the building’s occupants, and the spectra of art shown in its galleries, have provided transformative contexts for looking at art. More recently, it was announced that 945 Madison Avenue has been purchased by Sotheby’s. In light of this, Jacobson’s images allow us to see and understand the building in a pure state—not untouched, but fully lived through the first of its many lives. Bill Jacobson has been making photographs for over forty years. Though his methods have varied considerably, the work is joined by underlying concerns with memory, visual perception, and the subtle dialogue between absence and presence. Prior to moving to New York in 1982, he received a BA from Brown University (1977) and an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute (1981). He has exhibited widely in the US and Europe, and is in the collections of the Guggenheim Museum; Whitney Museum; John Paul Getty Museum; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The Brooklyn Museum; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Victoria and Albert Museum; and many others.

Will Henry

Parlor Tricks

June 3, 2023 - July 29, 2023

Jason Moran & John Cage

Across Time

April 1, 2023 - May 27, 2023

Ana Villagomez

The Dog Had Ate the Hand

April 1, 2023 - May 27, 2023

Matt Kleberg


February 25, 2023 - March 25, 2023

Matt Kleberg, Bridget Riley, Julia Rommel


September 3, 2022 - October 29, 2022

5th century B.C.E. Greek Amphora Fragments, John Cage, Vernon Fisher, Arturo Herrera

Peeps, Glimpses, and Window-Framed Opportunities: A Collection of Fragments

September 3, 2022 - October 29, 2022

Robert Wilson

A Bird And A Fox

April 23, 2022 - June 25, 2022

Mark Fox


January 28, 2022 - March 26, 2022

Will Henry

New Works on Paper

December 11, 2021 - January 29, 2022

Matt Kleberg

Paintings Thinking About a Pot

November 10, 2021 - January 8, 2022

Matt Magee

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral

September 18, 2021 - November 6, 2021
Matt Magee: Animal Vegetable Mineral / Photo Composites (1980-2005) is a survey of a body of photographic works that spans nearly three decades. Beginning in 1980, Magee began shooting 35mm film with a Rollei camera, and abutted commercially developed 3 1/2 x 5 inch color prints together in pairs on slightly larger substrates. By seamlessly combining two images in each work, Magee poetically synthesized a new whole. The subjects of Magee’s images are quite varied, but have several consistent points of connectivity that are bookended by everyday observations and constructed or performed scenarios. These include the likenesses of friends, lovers, and family, scenes from travel, as well as objects from nature and culture. The physicality of these printed objects situates them firmly in a pre-digital era, before the ubiquity of digital cameras and the decline of commercial photo labs in the 2000s. This body of nearly one thousand works functions both as a personal archive and as a visual framework that encapsulates Magee’s foundational approach to image making, which is evident in his wide ranging practice that includes painting, sculpture, and printmaking.

Kate Shepherd


June 22, 2021 - August 21, 2021

Terrell James

Terrell James: Bright Shores

March 3, 2021 - April 14, 2021

Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg: The Fifth Veil

November 18, 2020 - December 23, 2020
Robert Rauschenberg The Fifth Veil is an exhibition that focuses on three lithographs that the artist made at Universal Limited Art Editions on Long Island in 1974-75: Treaty (1974), Kitty Hawk (1974), and Kill Devil Hill (1975). In the sequence of Rauschenberg’s print output, these works immediately follow a series of four lithographs titled Veils 1-4 (1974) that each depict an isolated image of a neckerchief that belonged to ULAE’s founder, Tatyana Grosman. The image of a fifth Veil was recorded in the same proofing session, and though it was not published as an individual print, the image would appear in the three aforementioned lithographs among an array of layered images. Many of the images that appear alongside the Veil are Rauschenberg’s own photographs that were taken in and around the print studio including paper bags, cheesecloth, a child’s shirt, and a fire exit sign. One particularly notable image of a mangled bicycle appears in both Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hill, which may be recognizable to some viewers as a tribute to the Wright Brothers, whose bicycle business in Dayton, Ohio, largely funded their early experiments in modern aviation. The assembly of these three works offers a rare opportunity to delve into Rauschenberg and ULAE’s experimental approach to printmaking on a large scale.

Kate Shepherd

April, May, June, etc., etc., Upended Floor (Mud, Blood)

May 26, 2020 - July 31, 2020
A site-specific wall painting by New York-based artist Kate Shepherd, on view through the front windows of the gallery

Matt Kleberg

Matt Kleberg: Holding Pattern

April 17, 2020 - June 17, 2020
An exhibition of new paintings by New York based painter Matt Kleberg.

The Blurred Discreteness of Colors

February 12, 2020 - March 28, 2020
Jennifer Bartlett Daniel Buren David Hutchinson Matt Kleberg Matt Magee Robert Rauschenberg Kate Shepherd Martha Tuttle Terry Winters

Jane Benson, Joseph Havel, Leslie Hewitt, Rick Lowe, Clarissa Tossin


August 17, 2019 - September 28, 2019

Dan Walsh


June 1, 2019 - July 27, 2019

Robert Rauschenberg

Postscripts for XXXIV Drawings for Dante's Inferno & Post Rally

May 4, 2019 - June 29, 2019

David Hutchinson

Confessional Paintings

April 6, 2019 - May 25, 2019

Richard Serra


March 5, 2019 - April 27, 2019

Julie Bozzi, Steve Dennie, Vernon Fisher, Nic Nicosia, Allison V. Smith

Voyeur of the Mundane

February 2, 2019 - March 30, 2019

Mark Fox


January 19, 2019 - February 23, 2019

Will Bentsen


December 1, 2018 - January 26, 2019

Rick Lowe


November 3, 2018 - January 12, 2019


October 6, 2018 - November 24, 2018

Carmen Herrera


September 13, 2018 - October 27, 2018

Robert Rosenberg

Parking Only for Gay Conversion Therapy

August 25, 2018 - October 27, 2018

Will Henry

Surface Tension

August 4, 2018 - September 28, 2018

Agnes Martin


July 7, 2018 - August 25, 2018

Four Artists Four Rooms

May 26, 2018 - July 28, 2018