ART AS SACRED SPACE

Houston based Cothren Contemporary brings twenty one years of art world experience to the table. Our passion lies in building meaningful relationships between artists and collectors. Through education and exposure to what is possible, we are breaking down the perceived barriers to collecting art, creating the understanding that art is accessible, advocating for a more diverse and equitable representation of artists, and building relationships in a thriving art world. Our mission is to empower you, the collector, to create the unique and sacred art environment in which you will choose to thrive. Representing a wide variety of well established, gallery and museum collected contemporary artists, from Texas, New York, California, Mexico, and around the globe, Cothren Contemporary is uniquely positioned to assist each collector in their creative vision.

Community

5% of profits goes to Children at Risk

Children at Risk is THE public policy non profit, on the forefront of protecting the well being of Texas’ children. Five percent of art commissions received by Cothren Contemporary are donated to Children at Risk. Your sacred space provides their safe space. For more information: www.childrenatrisk.org

Contact

In house art gazing, studio tours and ZOOM art conversation available by appointment.
CDC Covid-19 protocols will remain in place.

For info on upcoming events, please join our mailing list:  jana@cothrencontemporary.com

By artist Jorge Puron and sculptor Susan Budge

Press

Cothren Contemporary @ Mercury Project SA is delighted that the San Antonio Current has nominated us for Best Gallery 2019!


The Mercury Project is Hosting a Happy Hour Art Opening, But They Aren’t Telling Us What’s on Display!

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“Rovie” by artist Jorge Villarreal

Artist Spotlight

Jorge Villarreal

Cothren Contemporary is excited to represent works by San Antonio based contemporary abstract artist, Jorge Villarreal. His bicultural upbringing, as a Mexican-American straddling cultures between McAllen, Texas and Reynosa, Tamaulipas, MX, and his education in architecture, combined with his curious spirit, talent as a photographer, and his love of experiencing other cultures result in his giving otherwise ordinary things, powerful and uniquely beautiful representation. Jorge is fresh off of a stint as a 2019 Blue Star Contemporary art resident in Berlin, Germany. Inspired by the graffiti’d walls of Berlin, his new, playful abstractions are invigorating examples of his ability to extract beauty from the mundane. The full breadth of his work, including works from his 2018 “Sink” series solo exhibition at La Fototeca de Cuba in Havana, are also available in-house with Cothren Contemporary. Please research Jorge’s career and art offerings, via his website: www.jorge-villarreal.com and inquire with jana@cothrencontemporary.com for opportunities to view and collect his work.

“The Lost Waterfall”, 108″x65″, by artist Ernesto Ibañez

Art Happenings

BLUE Star Contemporary featuring the work of Jorge Villarreal