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Opened in 1985, Barbara Davis gallery is showcasing a range of artistic ideas, processes and sensibilities. Major shows included emerging and internationally acclaimed artists, creating a context for a broad understanding, and dialogs in contemporary visual art. It was the first gallery to bring to Houston such artists as Merry Alpern, Tina Barney, Joseph Beuys, Ross Bleckner, Jonathan Borofsky, Gunther Forg, Adam Fuss, Rebecca Horn, Donald Lipski, Sally Mann, Julie Mehretu, Ed Moses, Yehudit Sasportas, Shahzia Sikander, Kiki Smith, Haim Steinbach, Uri Tzaig, Juan Usle. The artists represented by the gallery respond to currents in contemporary art and culture.

Location: Warwick Hotel, 5701 Main Street 11th Floor, Houston Texas 77005 Telephone 713-520-9200 Fax 713-520-8409

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