March 17, 2013
Meticulous wood fakery by carver Chris Hedrick
Peter Massing: Time and Time and Time Again
January 7, 2012 at Nau-haus
Peter Massing, professor of printmaking and drawing at Marshall University in Huntington, WV, and brother of Jack Massing, one of Houston’s Fabled Art Guys, works up a “visual anthropology” across multiple images in his second show at Nau-Haus.
Cora Cohen: Works on Paper
January 14, 2012
NY artist Cohen’s first solo exhibition at The Everson Museum of Art in 1974 was initiated by James Harithas She began exhibiting regularly in New York at the Max Hutchinson Gallery in 1976. Her 1984 exhibition at that gallery garnered critical attention. Cohen exhibited widely from the late eighties onward, in New York at the Holly Solomon Gallery and Wolff Gallery. In the early nineties she began exhibiting in Europe. From 1993 to 2007 she was represented by Jason McCoy Inc., New York, and selected for the 1993 Libidinal Painting group exhibition curated by Bill Arning, White Columns, New York, New York.She continues to exhibit throughout the United States and Europe.
ob·jec·tiv·i·ty (noun) [ ob-'jek-tiv-i-tee,]
December 10, 2011
Objects by gallery artists Aisen Chacin, Carter Ernst, Marzia Faggin, Chris Hedrick, Paul Kittelson, Peter Massing, Alyson Souza, and Elena Wortham
Richard Gordon Kendall: On the Streets Where We Live
November 12, 2011
30 works by Richard Gordon Kendall, an outsider artist who was living on the streets of Houston Texas in the late 1990’s