1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006
Appointment Recommended
713 529 1313
When Sicardi Gallery opened its doors in 1994, it was among the very first galleries in the United States to represent avant-garde artists from Latin America. Founded by María Inés Sicardi, the gallery became a partnership between Allison Armstrong Ayers, Carlos Bacino, and Sicardi in 2001. For twenty years, Sicardi Gallery has grown in tandem with the emerging field, offering an internationally-respected expertise built from strong relationships with artists, research-driven programming, and collaborations with leading curators and writers. Creating more than ten meticulously curated exhibitions each year, the gallery also publishes monographic catalogs for its artists, while maintaining an active art fair presence and acting as liaison and supporter for major public art commissions, museum exhibitions, and international biennials.

With a roster of artists that includes kinetic masters Carlos Cruz-Diez, Gego, and Jesús Rafael Soto, the gallery has committed to support and promote the careers of the most important historical avant-gardes to emerge from Latin America. Simultaneously, Sicardi Gallery provides a space for critical experimentation and conversation around the intellectually and politically-engaged artistic practices of today, representing conceptual innovators León Ferrari, Gabriel de la Mora, Oscar Muñoz, Liliana Porter, Miguel Angel Ríos, Miguel Angel Rojas, and Melanie Smith, among others. Since the beginning, the gallery has built its exhibitions and programming around rigorous scholarship and object-based connoisseurship, while offering a site for a dynamic, artist-centered discourse and experimentation around contemporary issues and ideas.

The gallery building, designed by Brave Architecture, is located in the heart of Houston’s Museum District, directly across from The Menil Collection and boasts an expansive 5,900 square feet, including two floors of exhibition space and a dedicated research center and library. Sicardi Gallery is a proud member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), an invitation-only organization that recognizes the highest levels of expertise and professional standards in the art market.



Artists Represented:
Antonio Asis
Maria Fernanda Cardoso
Carlos Cruz-Diez
Dias & Riedweg
Sérvulo Esmeraldo
Estate of Manuel Espinosa
Magdalena Fernández
Estate of León Ferrari
Gego
Thomas Glassford
Graciela Hasper
Marco Maggi
Gabriel de la Mora
Oscar Muñoz
Liliana Porter
Miguel Angel Ríos
Miguel Angel Rojas
Pablo Siquier
Melanie Smith
Jesús Rafael Soto
Ana Maria Tavares
Luis Tomasello
Works Available By:
Martha Boto
Mariano Dal Verme
Julio Le Parc
Marie Orensanz 
Alejandro Otero
Mercedes Pardo
Regina Silveira
Francisco Sobrino
John Sparagana
Taller Torres-García
Pedro Tyler
Gregorio Vardanega
Antonio Lizárraga

 

 
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Current Exhibition

Abraham Palatnik
Progression
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

 
Past Exhibitions

John Sparagana
Breather
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

September 7, 2017 - October 19, 2017

Gabriel de la Mora
Crystals of Inevidence
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

September 7, 2017 - October 19, 2017

Liliana Porter
The Order of Things and Other Works
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

May 25, 2017 - July 20, 2017

Carlos Cruz-Diez
La Autonomia del Color
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

May 25, 2017 - August 24, 2017

Clemencia Echeverri
Sin Cielo
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

March 23, 2017 - May 6, 2017

Magdalena Fernandez
Flexible Structures
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

January 12, 2017 - March 11, 2017

Melanie Smith
Abandoned Bodies and Uncertain Futures
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

November 4, 2016 - December 17, 2016

Asis, Esmeraldo, Ferrari, Fernández Arriaga, Gego, Glassford, Maggi, de la Mora, Orensanz, & Ríos
Divergent
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

October 20, 2016 - December 17, 2016

Pablo Siquier
Hostile
1506 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77006

September 15, 2016 - November 3, 2016