Specializing in contemporary and modern art with a focus on representing the work of both Latin American and Texas-based artists, Ruiz-Healy Art champions the highest standards of quality and is a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, one of only three in the state. The gallery, which has a second location in New York, is a go-to for local art collectors seeking limited editions and prints from Colombian artists such as Johanna Calle, and photographs from Cecilia Paredes of Peru.
Ruiz-Healy Art, 201-A East Olmos Drive, San Antonio, TX 78212 + 1 210 804-2219
San Antonio has really come into its own in the contemporary art scene in recent years, especially thanks to community-oriented galleries like Gravelmouth. The space is run by artists fostering an appreciation of non-traditional art, aiming to “find a balance between urban interventions and formal institutions.” With a primary interest in street art, Gravelmouth also hosts collaborative projects with artists from other cities. It’s located in the South Flores Arts District.
Gravelmouth, 1906 S. Flores, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210) 367-2528
Another pioneer in the Dallas art scene and member of CADD (Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas), Conduit Gallery owner Nancy Whitenack helped make the Design District the hot spot it is today when she moved her gallery here from Deep Ellum in 2002. The gallery encompasses three spaces under one roof, showcasing both established artists and exhibiting the work of new talent in a dedicated project room. Notable artist and collector relationships include Annabel Daou, Gabriel Dawe, Kirk Hayes, Stephen Lapthisophon, and James Sullivan.
Conduit Gallery, 1626 Hi Line Dr # C, Dallas, TX 75207 + 1 214 939-0064
Outside Dallas, north Texas’ leading name in contemporary art celebrates forty-three years in the Fort Worth area this year. Owners Bill and Pam Campbell are an integral part of the Texas art scene, passionately promoting both nationally recognized and promising artists. The couple aims to nurture an awareness and appreciation of the exciting diversity of contemporary artists, connecting them with collectors on a local, national and international level. One current exhibition features the photography of Forth Worth native Luther Smith, including nearly two dozen stunning color photographs of everyday outdoor scenes shot in and around the city.
Exhibiting the work of artists across Texas and beyond, the McClain Gallery showcases not just painting, but sculpture, prints, photography, and conceptual installations from the 20th century and today. The excellent core program of solo shows make it a must-see, but be sure to check out the regularly rotating survey and thematic shows, too. In these, the gallery seeks to explore current themes in contemporary art, and its relationship to trending cultural, political, and social issues.
McClain Gallery, 2242 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX, +1 713 520-9988
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