Exhibitions

Books Without Pages, Pages Without Books
Jane Miller
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 [...]

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The City
Lori Nix
March 1-30, 2014

Brooklyn-based artist Lori Nix considers herself a “faux landscape” photographer. Heavily influenced by extreme weather and disaster films, Nix creates intricate dioramas by hand that she then photographs with a large-format 8×10 film camera. In her latest body of work, The City, Nix imagines a post-apocalyptic world devoid of human inhabitants. The exhibition features large-scale photographs [...]

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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. You can see a sneak preview below. We have [...]

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Re•Western
Felice House | Dana Younger
Dana Younger
December 7 - December 29, 2013

RE•WESTERN views “The West” through a post-modern lens that both challenges and honors this most American of genres. Through painting and sculpture artists Felice House and Dana Younger are asking the audience to reevaluate the archetypes, mythology and values of “The West” while reveling in its richness. For more than a century the West has [...]

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Not a Sad Tale
Yuliya Lanina
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 [...]

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Variations in Color
Lori Fish, Chrys Grummert, Richard Mogas, Eric Ockrassa, Annette Palmer, Jessica Ramirez, Xochi Solis
July 6-28, 2013

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Confluence
Thedra Cullar-Ledford & Lori Fish
January 4-25, 2014

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New York Women
Curated by Barbara MacAdam
April 5-27, 2014

Curated by Barbara MacAdam, New York Women features a quirky group of contemporary artists who engage with the visceral world of materials and nature as well as the ethereal realms of the intellect and spirit. Nancy Haynes is a painter with deep roots in Minimalism and process art, but stands out for her exceptionally subtle and [...]

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Chrys Grummert
June 7-29, 2014

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Skymning
May 3 - June 1, 2014

Skymning presents 15 artists from Scandinavia whose practices reflect the ambiance of the Nordic region.   In Swedish “skymning” is the word for dusk, but it can also relate to the transitions between light and dark, day and night.  The further north you travel on the globe the longer the duration of this transition.  The 18 [...]

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