Variations in Color
Lori Fish, Chrys Grummert, Richard Mogas, Eric Ockrassa, Annette Palmer, Jessica Ramirez, Xochi Solis
July 6-28, 2013
Draw up a chair, please
October 5 - October 27, 2013
“Protocol and courtesy. It is inherent in these tables and chairs. Please, you sit here, you over there. Partners and strangers arranged. Head of the table? Head of the class, aisle, first class? Arguments over the shape of tables for treaty making – in the family or the nation. The consummation of thoughts and deeds – impossible without a table. [...]
Kia Neill | Margaret Withers
August 3 - September 1, 2013
Striations, featuring new work by Kia Neill (Houston) and Margaret Withers (New York), explores the way in which form and pattern shape the natural world. While Neill’s paintings are reminiscent of molecular structures and the human body’s internal circulatory network rendered in rich hues and delicate lines, Withers incorporates suggestions of the external landscape, punctuating her [...]
Books Without Pages, Pages Without Books
November 2 - December 1, 2013
“The aim of literature,” Baskerville replied grandly, “is the creation of a strange object covered in fur that breaks your heart.” Donald Barthelme For Jane Miller, the pleasures of books extend beyond enjoyment of the text contained therein—her work considers the narratives embedded in the medium’s material history. Through handmade and found objects, Miller’s work [...]
BEST. GIFT. EVER!
Make your walls merry and bright...
Still on the hunt for that perfect Christmas gift? Need to add a little pizzazz to your boring old walls? Is that end-of-year bonus burning a hole in your pocket? G Gallery is here to help! Stop by the gallery this month and peruse our inventory. We have a remarkable collection of original art [...]
Not a Sad Tale
September 7-29, 2013
Employing grotesque imagery to simultaneously elicit feelings of uneasiness and empathy, Russian-born, Austin-based artist Yuliya Lanina paints and collages bizarre characters that come to life through mechanization, animation, and music. Laninaʼs characters, mostly female in gender, are made of up of disjointed parts. Their malformed features illustrate internalized trauma and torment while still engaging in [...]
Kelly Alison, J Todd Allison, Thedra Culler-Ledford, Nathaniel Donnett, Wayne Gilbert, Maria Cristina Jadick, Rahul Mitra, Bradford Moody, Mark Ponder, Kaneem Smith, Jeffrey Wheeler
May 4 - 24, 2013
To coincide with the Center for Creative Work’s special performance of Ilium, a theatrical adaptation of the Iliad, G Gallery has commissioned a line-up visual artists to create large-scale paintings inspired by Homer’s epic poem. Installed in the gallery where the performance will take place, these paintings serve as a literal backdrop to the theatrical production itself, [...]
Shrine to the Myth of Man
CLOSING PARTY SEPT. 27 AT 7PM FEATURING THE WIGGINS!
Jon Read is a storyteller. Heavily influenced by comic books, cult films, science fiction, mythology and religion, Read plays out boy fantasies in large-scale, sculptural dioramas that pulse with color, adventure, sexuality and imagination. Shrine to the Myth of Man, Read’s debut presentation at G Gallery, weaves audiences through a winding narrative that leads to a [...]