Artsy Houstonians who regularly travel to Aspen, Colorado; Nantucket, Massachussettes; or Chicago may recognize the renowned art gallery, Casterline|Goodman.
Now, the acclaimed gallery will open the doors to a new Houston facility in River Oaks District on Thursday, January 9, with a curated collection that has been hand-selected for the Houston audience with paintings. The Houston-centric showcase includes works from from Alex Katz, Sean Scully, George Condo, Simon Hantaii, Damien Hirst, and more.
The gallery will also feature artist David Yarrow on February 12, and Danielle Procaccio on March 11.
“We have had our eyes set on Houston for quite some time. With many of our Aspen clientele based in Houston, we are eager to engage with the local community in a tangible and meaningful way,” said Robert Casterline, in a statement.
Casterline added that he and Goodman “chose to expand to River Oaks District specifically because we were impressed with the center’s dynamic aesthetic and had a desire to be housed in a vibrant nexus alongside a plethora of distinguished luxury brands.”
The gallery, founded in 2011 by Robert Casterline and Jordan Goodman, specializes in Post-War and Contemporary art. Its roster of past featured artists include heavy hitters such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mark Bradford, Alexander Calder, Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, Richard Serra, Andy Warhol, and many others.
With more than 30 years of industry experience, Casterline and Goodman spend their time traveling the globe scouring works from elite and emerging artists. In addition to the gallery’s collection, Casterline|Goodman provides personal and corporate art consulting, art fund management, education on art as an alternative asset, and private events, according to a release.