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Inman Gallery

3901 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
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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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  • On Repeat: Emily Joyce Plays with Continuity at Inman Gallery
    Monday, July 1, 2013 at 7:30 a.m. by Meredith Deliso

    Peace signs and Mount Analogue. These two things have little in common, but to Emily Joyce, they serve the same purpose -- a seemingly endless source of inspiration. In "Some Tree Rings, a Vision, and the Third of May" now on view a...

  • Reaching Critical Mass
    Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 3 a.m. by Kelly Klaasmeyer

    As one walks in the front door of Art Palace, there are a series of black and white photos of a scrolling-text electric sign. The images capture random snippets like "Plan Ahead" and "Good Luck." The photos are a part of Charlie Mor...

  • UPDATED: Finding Beauty in the Imperfect at Inman Gallery
    Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 9 a.m. by Meredith Deliso

    There are quite a few similarities in Inman Gallery's new two-person exhibition, "Farewell Ruins." Both artists work in ceramics to create otherworldly sculptures that take on unfamiliar forms that don't strive for perfection. They ...

  • Gilad Efrat's Images of Desolation
    Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 3 a.m. by Kelly Klaasmeyer

    In Gilad Efrat's "Negev," a new show at Inman Gallery, Israel's Negev desert and the lunar landscape vie as images of desolation. The moon, of course, wins, but the images of the desert are equally haunting and depopulated. All of t...

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