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Lawrence Markey

Art Gallery

After 20 years in New York, Lawrence Markey moved his art gallery to his hometown of San Antonio, where he exhibits historical works from the 1960s and 70s next to current work by such contemporary artists as Suzan Frecon, Robert Moskowitz, Fred Sandback, and John Zurier.

Contact

210.228.9966

Location

200 E Grayson Street
Suite 104
San Antonio, TX 78215


Hours

Monday
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12:00pm - 5:00pm
Tuesday
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12:00pm - 5:00pm
Wednesday
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12:00pm - 5:00pm
Thursday
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12:00pm - 5:00pm
Friday
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12:00pm - 5:00pm
Saturday
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CLOSED
Sunday
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CLOSED

More About Us

“Lawrence Markey Gallery has a successful reputation for showing primarily subtle minimalist abstractions by a core group of artists. Beginning another chapter in his evolution as a gallerist…Markey closed his space in New York’s Upper East Side and relocated to San Antonio. Reopening his gallery with his signature aesthetic and his stable of artists, Markey will no doubt become an important part of the Texas art scene.”

 

Glasstire

“Among the more refined art-viewing experiences one can find in these parts, Lawrence Markey operated in New York City for 25 years before relocating to San Antonio back in 2005. Anything but splashy or provocative, exhibitions here often invite viewers to stop and ponder pensive works on paper created by the likes of Fred Sandback, James Castle, Suzan Frecon and Robert Moskowitz.”

 

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