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UNIX GALLERY OPENS SECOND LOCATION IN HOUSTON
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.
UNIX Gallery | Houston will open to the public on Friday, September 11th from 6-8 pm with a cocktail reception celebrating a collective exhibition of program artists including Peter Anton, Justin Bower, Desire Obtain Cherish, Ellen de Meijer, Machiko Edmondson, Engels, Marcello Lo Giudice, Ingrid Dee Magidson, Pino Manos, Eugenio Merino, John Messinger, Gavin Rain, KwangHo Shin, Alexi Torres, Zhuang Hong Yi and Houston native Alfredo Scaroina. The gallery will be open from Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am – 5:30 pm.
UNIX Gallery – founded in 2003 by Alex Cesaria and Daniela Mercuri – initially specialized in the secondary market in London, After entering the primary contemporary art market with their first US-based gallery in Miami in 2008, they soon expanded in 2013 with a second location at West 24th Street in New York City. The New York space quickly became the flagship location for the rising business.
The gallery stimulates the careers of artists with compelling, unique visions who utilize exquisite artistic execution. It represents an international group of established and emerging artists who embrace a ranging spectrum of traditional and contemporary artistic practices from painting, sculpture, and photography, to large-scale installations and a synthesis of diverse mediums. Functioning as an aperture to the future, UNIX gallery makes an effort to introduce and establish prospective artistic mediums and visions to the international art market.
For more information about the new location, please visit unixgallery.com, or contact us at 212-209-1572 or firstname.lastname@example.org