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  • 4411 Montrose Special Events Gallery

    4411 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

  • Anya Tish Gallery

    4411 Montrose Boulevard Houston, TX 77006

  • Archway Gallery

    Archway Gallery

    2305 Dunlavy Street Houston, TX 77006

  • Art League Houston

    Art League Houston

    1953 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

  • Barbara Davis Gallery

    4411 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

  • The Brandon Contemporary Gallery

    1709 Westheimer Houston, TX 77006

  • Carolyn Garcia Gallery at The Museum District Eye Center

    4704 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

  • Foelber Gallery

    706 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77006

  • Front Gallery

    1412 Bonnie Brae St. Houston, TX 77006

  • Galeria Arte Las Americas

    1635 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77006

  • Galerie Barre'

    1722-A Washington Houston, TX 77006

  • Hans Payan Art Gallery

    2016 Dunlavy Houston, TX 77006

  • Houston Center for Photography

    Houston Center for Photography

    1441 W. Alabama Houston, TX 77006
    713-529-4755 Every gallery can count on striking out from time to time, but Montrose's Houston Center for Photography swings for the bleachers with each show. A small space in comparison to the nearby Menil Collection and Lawndale Art Center, HCP makes the most of its walls by hanging only select images (there is a definite "less is more" feeling here). From magical, misty scenes shot from the deck of a tugboat as it makes its way through the Houston Ship Channel, to Texas landscapes, to portraits of vivacious older individuals, HCP finds talented photographers with fresh, smart viewpoints. More >>

  • Inprint!


    1520 W. Main Houston, TX 77006
    713-521-2026 Got one of those must-be-told stories buried deep inside your soul? There's no place better for burgeoning writers to be these days than an Inprint class. There, some of Houston's finest authors (past instructors include award-winning novelists such as Farnoosh Moshiri, Gail Storey and Olive Hershey) will teach you everything you need to know about the craft of writing, from the basics of what makes a good story to the fine art of line editing. If poetry or essaying is your bag, Inprint's got that covered, too. More >>

  • Inversion


    1953 Montrose Houston, TX 77006
    713-523-4866 This coffee shop is house next to Art League Houston in a building that, several years ago, was a giant, trippy art project. The Art Guys dismantled the wall facing the street and created a wooden vortex that led toward the back of the building, attracting all sorts of media attention and photo-takers. Now a shiny new building stands in its place, and on the coffee shop side, it's all about brewed drinks, pastries and a sleek, reasonably quiet place to study or hang out, right off Montrose. Prices are a bit steeper than Starbucks, but that's forgivable for an independent place. Free wi-fi is available -- the password is listed on your receipt. More >>

  • James Gallery

    307 Sul Ross Houston, TX 77006

  • Joan Wich & Co. Gallery

    4411 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

  • The Joanna

    The Joanna

    1401 Branard Houston, TX 77006

  • Joseph Paul Gallery

    4411 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

  • C G Jung Educational Center

    C G Jung Educational Center

    5200 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

  • KGA Compound

    1907 Crocker Houston, TX 77006

  • La Maison D'Art

    1623 W. Alabama St. Houston, TX 77006

  • Little Archaeology Gallery

    3800 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

  • Matthew Travis Gallery

    610 W. Alabama St. Houston, TX 77006

  • The Menil Collection

    The Menil Collection

    1515 Sul Ross Houston, TX 77006
    713-525-9400 Yes, it's uncool to toast the leisure activity of two rich old white people, but Dominique and John de Menil brought to Houston works by true greats of the 20th century, including Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Cy Twombly and Andy Warhol, as well as artifacts from ancient Africa, early Mediterranean civilizations and the Byzantine empire. The Menil Collection is the one most likely to house something from your art history textbook. It's more than a great local art institution -- it's a world-class museum. Not to mention the stunning building itself -- Renzo Piano's light-washed galleries are the standard by which to measure all other museums. More >>

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