thank you Douglas Britt and the H-Chronicle

Galleries debuting dynamic exhibits
Art-viewing options, always plentiful in Houston, are about to explode. Soon museums and other nonprofits will roll out their fall exhibits, and two art fairs – one in mid-September, the other in late October – will try their luck in Houston for the first time.

Amid such high-profile programming, it would be easy but unfortunate to lose track of developments in the city’s lively commercial gallery scene. Use this cheat sheet to catch some of the next couple of weeks’ most promising exhibits.

Kathryn Kelley: the edge of my unreadiness features the Houston sculptor’s hulking assemblages made from such cast-off materials as tractor inner-tube tires measuring up to 10 feet in diameter. Reception 6-9 tonight (9/2), through Oct. 8 at Darke Gallery, 320 B Detering; 713-542-3802.


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