Carla C. Bisong founded Bisong Art Gallery in 2013 inside a 1300 sq.ft loft located in the Historic Warehouse District of downtown Houston, Texas.
When Carla decided to retire from Goldman Sachs, it was a difficult but necessary transition after 13 years in the Investment Banking Industry. She wanted to pursue her dream of being a Gallerist full-time and make an impact in the art community.
Carla and her team of art consultants love helping individuals and corporations discover meaningful artwork. With each piece of art, there is a story behind it, and Carla enjoys uncovering those stories for clients and art collectors. She finds great joy in supporting both emerging as well as globally known and sought-after artists. Bisong Art Gallery will provide a range of services to individuals looking to navigate the world of art. Bisong Art Consultants aid clients in Art Acquisition, Collection Management, Art Market Navigation, and Custom Art Projects.
Over the past few of years, Bisong Art Gallery has overcome many obstacles, including COVID-19, the historic Texas freeze, and Hurricane Harvey. Carla Bisong stayed positive and flexible during these times, offering a virtual gallery when her space flooded.
Bisong’s hard work has been honored by Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, who presented her with an official document recognizing her as Houston’s longest-running Black female commercial gallery owner.
Carla Bisong is also the Houston Art Gallery Association (HAGA) president.