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Inman Gallery

3901 Main St. Houston, TX 77002 | Downtown/ Midtown | 713-526-7800

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Midtown's Inman Gallery is well respected for consistently presenting quality contemporary art. Owner Kerry Inman and director Patrick Reynolds encourage artists to take risks and try new things, making the space feel more Kunsthalle than commercial gallery. Inman's stable of artists is impressive. The gallery represents a number of Texas artists and has snapped up a variety of strong talents as they pass through the Houston area.


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    Gilad Efrat has a tendency to become fixated on a subject matter, as evidenced by previous shows dominated by monkey portraits or paintings of European cities destroyed by bombings. In his...
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    With just enough space to display a single work, the entryway in Inman Gallery has always served as an alluring preview of what's to come in the main gallery. And for its summer show, this...
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    David Aylsworth tried working with red the same way he works with white once, but it wasn't meant to be. Despite that failed relationship, I don't think anyone's in mourning (red's more...
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    Brad Tucker has made a name for himself as a maker of playful, idiosyncratic art. That's pretty much what you get, too, in a new show of the Austin artist's work at Inman Gallery....
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    Anyone acquainted with John Sonsini's work knows the drill. The Angeleno would find subjects for his portrait paintings by picking up day laborers at known street corners and Home Depot...
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    I'm a sucker for Toni LaSelle's 60-year-old abstract paintings. Characterized as a pioneer of Texas Modernism, LaSelle studied with the legendary Hans Hoffman. She was a woman artist during...
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    "By the time i tell you it will all be forgotten" at Inman Gallery has some of Angela Fraleigh's best painting yet. Inman has been showing Fraleigh's work since 2005 when she was still a...

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