About the Gallery
Sean Horton (presents) is primarily focusing on bringing the work of nationally and internationally established artists, as well as emerging figures, to North Texas audiences. Regarded as one of Dallas’ most important examples of Mission Revival architecture, the former Mallory’s Pharmacy building, and one-time site of Briggs Sanatorium, has served as artists’ lofts in most recent years. Horton opened his first gallery location, Sunday L.E.S., as a project space in an abandoned sneaker shop on the Lower East Side of Manhattan in 2006. One of the earliest art galleries in the neighborhood, Horton Gallery, under several names, has since operated in the Chelsea, Chinatown, and Rose Hill neighborhoods of New York City, as well as the Kreuzberg neighborhood of Berlin. The gallery has realized more than 150 exhibitions, art fairs, and offsite projects in a variety of interesting spaces and contexts that include an old brewery and the parlor level of a residential townhouse.