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The Contemporary Austin – Laguna Gloria

As Austin’s only museum solely focused on contemporary artists and their work, The Contemporary Austin offers exhibitions, educational opportunities, and events that start conversations and fuel the city’s creative spirit. Known for artist-centric exhibitions and collaborations, The Contemporary invites exploration in both its urban and natural settings-downtown at the Jones Center, lakeside at the Laguna […]

Locks Gallery

ABOUT LOCKS GALLERY Founded in 1968, Locks Gallery represents an international group of critically acclaimed contemporary artists working in a variety of media. The exhibition program reflects diverse perspectives on 20th-century masters, with a focus on painting and sculpture, as well as emerging talents and new bodies of work from a core group of mid-career artists. Direct […]

Gallery 1202

Gallery 1202’s mission is to be an inclusive, welcoming space for the community, and beyond.  We invite people to experience both local and international art within are space, and strive to support marginalized voices in the art-world, including women, BIPOC artists, and emerging artists with young families.  We are also interested in promoting works that […]

Deborah Colton Gallery

Deborah Colton Gallery is an international contemporary fine arts gallery based in Houston, Texas. The owner, Deborah M. Colton, established the business in 1998 while living in Asia, and then started sponsoring exhibitions in the United States in 2000 after moving back to Houston. Over the years, Deborah Colton Gallery has sponsored numerous exhibitions world-wide […]

Diane Rosenstein Gallery

Current Exhibition Heather Day: Ricochet September 12 – October 24, 2020 Diane Rosenstein Gallery is pleased to announce Heather Day: Ricochet — a solo exhibition of paintings and works on paper by the Bay Area-based artist. This is her first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. Heather Day makes abstract paintings comprised of scraped, smeared, and […]

Agora Gallery

Agora Gallery was established by the late Miki Stiles with the mission to provide opportunities to artists entering the global art market, her vision being that all artists benefit from having their artwork promoted by a professional team of experts Located in the heart of the famous Chelsea Art District. For over 35 years, our […]

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Editor’s Picks

Emma Amos, “Falling Figures”

Working across painting, printmaking, and weaving, Emma Amos—who died earlier this year—blended vibrant patterns with figurative imagery related to the civil rights, Black arts, and feminist movements.

“Joseph Kosuth: Existential Time”

A series of analog clocks punctuates this exhibition of new neon works, with fragments of literary text pondering the nature of time.

Pieter Schoolwerth: “Shifted Sims”

Pieter Schoolwerth modeled his latest paintings on the life-simulation video game franchise “The Sims.”

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