Texas Contemporary’s seventh edition will welcome Houston-based art world influencers including Moody Gallery, David Shelton Gallery, Cindy Lisica Gallery, Zoya Tommy Gallery and Pablo Cardoza Gallery, exhibiting alongside New York City’s ZieherSmith, Claire Oliver Gallery, Muriel Guépin Gallery, ACA Galleries, AH Contemporary, Absolut Art, Joseph Gross Gallery, Walter Wickiser Gallery and Uprise Art as well as Denver’s Robischon Gallery and Los Angeles’ Timothy Yarger Fine Art. Joining Texas Contemporary for their inaugural editions are two innovative Brooklyn galleries South Street Gallery and Space 776 as well as Los Angeles’ Chimento Contemporary, San Francisco’s CK Contemporary, and San Antonio’s Southwest School of Art. Lending the fair a strong international component, Galeria Enrique Guerrero will return from Mexico City alongside Tokyo’s Galerie Taménaga and KITAI, Changzhou’s QingYunGe Gallery, London’s Maddox Gallery and Quantum Contemporary Art, Buenos Aires’ Imaginario

We would be delighted to have you be a part of this year’s Texas Contemporary Art Fair – here is your complimentary VIP link to share, courtesy of Juice Consulting!

 

Texas Contemporary Art Fair returns to the George R. Brown Convention Center this Oct. 4 – 7 for its seventh edition, with compelling presentations of modern and contemporary art pulling from dealers and designers from around the world. Expanding this year to accommodate seventy exhibitors, Texas Contemporary Art Fair 2018 will be Houston’s premier art fair. The Complimentary VIP Pass provides entry for one person beginning with the VIP Preview on Thursday evening from 7:30 – 10 p.m., Oct. 4, and includes admission to the fair all weekend long. Download your Complimentary VIP Pass here. To learn more, visit txcontemporary.com.

Texas Contemporary’s seventh edition will welcome Houston-based art world influencers including Moody Gallery, David Shelton Gallery, Cindy Lisica Gallery, Zoya Tommy Gallery and Pablo Cardoza Gallery, exhibiting alongside New York City’s ZieherSmith, Claire Oliver Gallery, Muriel Guépin Gallery, ACA Galleries, AH Contemporary, Absolut Art, Joseph Gross Gallery, Walter Wickiser Gallery and Uprise Art as well as Denver’s Robischon Gallery and Los Angeles’ Timothy Yarger Fine Art. Joining Texas Contemporary for their inaugural editions are two innovative Brooklyn galleries South Street Gallery and Space 776 as well as Los Angeles’ Chimento Contemporary, San Francisco’s CK Contemporary, and San Antonio’s Southwest School of Art. Lending the fair a strong international component, Galeria Enrique Guerrero will return from Mexico City alongside Tokyo’s Galerie Taménaga and KITAI, Changzhou’s QingYunGe Gallery, London’s Maddox Gallery and Quantum Contemporary Art, Buenos Aires’ Imaginario Galeria de Arte, Paris’ Nil Gallery and Venezuela’s Galeria Moro.

Texas Contemporary 2018 will continue the fair’s longstanding relationships with the region’s most influential institutions including CAMH (Contemporary Arts Museum Houston) – Texas Contemporary’s long-term Beneficiary Partner, MFAH (Museum of Fine Arts Houston), The Menil Collection, Artpace, Asia Society Texas, Blanton Museum of Art, Ballroom Marfa, Discovery Green, Collectrium and The Houston Design Center.

Be sure to purchase your Preview Pass at txcontemporary.com/tickets for First Access to the Texas Contemporary Preview, featuring complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres from 6 – 7:30 p.m. with all proceeds benefiting CAMH (Contemporary Arts Museum Houston).

Please note that only those that purchase a Preview Pass will be given early access to the Preview at 6 p.m. VIP Passes allow access starting at 7:30 p.m.

For more information about Texas Contemporary and to apply, visit txcontemporary.com; also see www.camh.org for more on CAMH.

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