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February 2017 - Houston

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GALLERIES (by Area) Consult websites for lineups. Colquitt Gallery Row 2625 through 2815 Colquitt; 3508 and 3510 Lake St. The street boasts legendary dealers Moody Gallery, Hooks- Epstein, Parkerson Gallery, and Catherine Couturier Gallery, along with more recent arrivals Laura Rathe Fine Art, Nicole Longnecker, and Gray Contemporary. 4411 Montrose Gallery Building, 4411 Montrose In the Museum District, this architecturally distinguished gray box of a building houses five dealers of international significance: Barbara Davis, Enrique Guerrero, Cindy Lisica, David Shelton, and Anya Tish. Heights/West End Hiram Butler Gallery, home base for James Turrell (4520 Blossom St.), Heights gallerists Clarke & Associates, representing James Surls (301 E. 11th); neighboring Redbud Gallery of masterful works on paper (303 E. 11th); and Apama Mackey Gallery of the mod shipping containers (628 E. 11th). Booker-Lowe Gallery is HQ for Aboriginal works (4623 Feagan). Midtown/Isabella Court The historic Isabella complex is bookended by Inman Gallery (3901 Main St.), and Devin Borden Gallery, with its emphasis on today's conceptual Texans (3917 Main St.). Also recommended: Art Palace (3913 Main St.); Capsule Gallery for photography and craft (3909 Main St.); and Zoya Tommy Gallery, showing Rome Prize-master Earl Staley (4102 Fannin). Richmond and West Alabama Blue-chip McClain Gallery (2242 Richmond), Miami Basel-exhibited Sicardi Gallery for Latin American masters (1506 W. Alabama), and Koelsch Gallery's craft-centered programming (801 Richmond). Kirby, River Oaks Meredith Long Art, est. 1957 (2323 San Felipe); powerhouse Texas Gallery (2012 Peden); globally focused Deborah Colton Gallery (2445 North Blvd.); William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art with historic Texas talents (2143 Westheimer). Public Art Not to be Missed The Cistern at Buffalo Bayou Park, 105 Sabine St., Venezuelan artist Magdalena Fernández reconfigures her light and sound piece Rain with astounding results in this underground industrial ruin (through June 4). Twilight Epiphany Skyspace, Rice University, Among artist James Turrell's most dramatic skyspaces. 30 The Houston Cistern, 1926 KATYA HORNER James Turrell's Twilight Epiphany Skyspace GOTOPUBLICSCHOOL.COM C1-034_h7x70217.indd 30 1/16/17 4:45 PM

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