Part of a sextet of big name galleries in the area, the Anya Tish Gallery was established in 1996 and is dedicated to the promotion of international emerging and mid-career artists from diverse cultural backgrounds, particularly Russia and Eastern Europe but also including artists hailing from Texas and Morocco. The gallery has a fresh, modern and global approach, with an emphasis on works that address pertinent social and environmental issues. Works on display at Anya Tish feature a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, photography and video, all linked by their strong correlation between concept and material. Featured artists include one of Russia’s most important conceptual photographers, Andrey Chezhin, and leading Hungarian artist Jozsef Bullas
Anya Tish Gallery, 4411 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, USA, +1 713-524-2299
G Gallery is known for their display of eclectic, provocative work by outsider, emerging and established artists such as painter Jerry Cabrera and self-taught photographer Otis Ike. The gallery, with their decidedly grassroots approach to creativity, community, collaboration and cultural exchange is unafraid to challenge conventions. Committed to facilitating creativity, promoting and presenting contemporary art and exchanging ideas, G Gallery forges strong relationships with artists and art presenters both from the local area and further afield in order to broaden audiences and appreciation for contemporary art. The gallery has a rapidly changing exhibition program enabling them to present a wide range of innovative artworks through solo and group thematic shows.
G Gallery, 301 East 11th Street Houston, TX, USA, +1 713-869-4770
The artist-owned Archway Gallery is a remarkable destination for contemporary art in Houston. Established in 1976 by an original group of 11 artists who took complete responsibility for its operation, the gallery provided talented artists with an exhibition space for their artworks and enabled them to take control of the presentation and sale of their work, thus ensuring their artistic freedom and individual control over quality and content. Now run by their current group of 30 member artists, the gallery makes sure that there is always a wide variety of high-quality works on show across a range of medium and styles including sculpture, pottery and mixed media painting. Archway Gallery and its members are also fully committed to promoting contemporary art throughout the community and sharing their ideals on aesthetics and purposes.
Archway Gallery, 2305 Dunlavy Street, Houston, TX, USA, +1 713-522-2409
Located in Houston’s up-and-coming Midtown district, Inman Gallery emphasizes the use of visual explorations and conceptual thinking in its choice of artworks. Established by Kerry Inman in 1990 as a project space dedicate to showcasing works by emerging young artists, the gallery has since grown into a nationally recognized venue. Inman Gallery nurtures talented artists and presents innovative, thoughtful works through series of exhibitions including solo shows for represented artists. Their shows are designed to provoke discussion and educate visitors on current trends and ideas in contemporary art. Inman Gallery is not only a top-class venue for contemporary art in Houston, but also an educational venue supporting the exchange of new ideas.
Inman Gallery, 3901 Main St, Houston, TX, USA, +1 713-526-7800