UNIX Gallery congratulates Alexi Torres on his participation in ARTFIELDS 2017. His piece "Spiritual Security - Safe in Prayer" is part of a series of works that came about in response to the disconnection we have as one human race, in religions, races, social status, rich, and poor. I wanted to show the unity of life through what we have established as protection or security.
UNIX Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in the 2017 edition of Art New York. The fair will be held at Pier 94 from May 3 - 7, with a VIP preview on the afternoon of May 3 from 2 - 5 PM. UNIX Gallery’s booth A202 will feature a two-person show with works by Justin Bower and KwangHo Shin. Justin Bower, known for his anonymous portraits, uses his brushstrokes to give us an understanding of an extensive subconscious reaction to technology. In his paintings, KwangHo Shin attempts to capture the complex relationship between the expression of emotion and the experience of the mind.
UNIX Gallery would like to refresh your memory that Kellogg University Art Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona has its show, "About Face" on view through April 27th. "About Face" includes some extraordinary pieces by Justin Bower along with a few other artists who redefine the construct of portaiture.
UNIX Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in the inaugural Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Fair, presented by Art Miami. The fair will be located at 825 S. Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach, with viewing hours daily from 11 - 7 PM on January 13-15, with a VIP Preview from 5-9 PM on Thursday, January 12. Works by Desire Obtain Cherish, Marcello Lo Giudice, Pino Manos, C. Michael Norton, Kwangho Shin, and Christian Voigt will be on view.
UNIX Gallery is excited to announce its participation in Art Miami 2016, held in Miami’s renowned Wynwood Arts District from November 29 - December 4, 2016. The gallery is presenting a carefully curated show including new works by Justin Bower, Desire Obtain Cherish, Machiko Edmondson, KwangHo Shin, John Messinger, and Eugenio Merino. Exhibiting paintings, sculpture, and innovative mixed media artwork UNIX Gallery commits to the highest standards of connoisseurship and professionalism within the evolving contemporary art market.
"A Feast for the Eyes," guest curated by Franklin Hill Perrell, explores how cuisine has always inspired artists. The exhibition opens on July 30, 2016, and remains on view through November 6, 2016. "A Feast for the Eyes," a sweeping two-floor exhibition focused on food and dining in art, features works by a broad array of artists, including UNIX Gallery artists Peter Anton and Desire Obtain Cherish, Audrey Flack, Red Grooms, George Grosz, Henri Matisse, Claes Oldenberg, Cindy Sherman and Andy Warhol, among many others.
July 30 - November 6, 2016
South Korean artist KwangHo Shin will be UNIX Gallery’s official artist-in-residence in New York City from April 3 to June 30, 2016. Creating a brand new series of his thick, vibrant oil on canvas abstract portraiture, Shin will hold open studio visits with the gallery by appointment. Please contact UNIX Gallery for times and availability: email@example.com
The explosive abstract portraiture of Los Angeles-based artist Justin Bower will be a featured in the MOAH (Lancaster Museum of Art and History) exhibition, Threshold. Threshold will be on view in MOAH’s Main Gallery from December 5, 2015 - January 24, 2016. Known for his anonymous portraits, Bower uses his brushstrokes to give us an understanding of an extensive subconscious reaction to technology.
HOUSTON, TX (September 2, 2015) – UNIX Gallery, LLC is pleased to announce the opening of its second location at 4411 Montrose Blvd. Suite C, Houston, TX 77006.
Home to a myriad of with world-class museums, Houston boasts a thriving cultural community of more than 60 art galleries, which together comprise one of the most dynamic art markets in the country. UNIX Gallery strives to serve its ever growing clientele throughout the Texas – that have been, until now, attended to through the gallery in New York – by offering remarkable artwork right in the heart of Houston at 4411 Montrose Blvd. The gallery building was designed by internationally renowned architect Peter Zweig in 2004.