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  • Performance

    Freefall Festival

    Various Venues

    8–10 pm

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    Jenny Vogel: In the Absence of Bodies

    The Reading Room

    Last Chance - September 3 through 30, 2016

    An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Jenny Vogel. Her mixed media works deal with "history, memory and uncertainty through images of monuments shattered, toppled and destroyed." This show will consist of 100 small porcelain figures shown with works on paper derived from Vogel's internet archive of monuments.

    Disrupting Serenity

    Sly Cat Gallery

    Last Chance - August 20 through October 1, 2016

    A printmaking show featuring works by Jenna Barrois. MJ Cardenas, June Covington, Emily Maness, Sandra Morante, Jessica Sinks, Hannah Tyler, and Candace Weigand.

    Matthew Bourbon: IF & Ashley Whitt: SYSTEMS

    Kirk Hopper Fine Art

    Last Chance - August 27 through October 1, 2016

    IF is an exhibition of new works by Matthew Bourbon. The works in the show use colors and narrative aspects that call on the viewer to create their own scenarios within the work.SYSTEMS is an exhibition of new photographs by DFW-based artist Ashley Whitt. The works in the show explore "the dichotomy between order and chaos within the universe and within the self. Using a flatbed scanner as a camera, surreal environments are created using objects such as hair, thread, plants, and grid paper."

    Henry Biber: Recess of the Hierophant

    Haley-Henman Gallery

    Last Chance - September 7 through October 1, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Henry Biber. The works in the show explore concepts of meditation and solitude and the attempt to find one's inner self.

    JJ PEET & Rob Rhee: Rogue Objects

    Fort Worth Contemporary Arts

    Last Chance - August 26 through October 1, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based artist JJ PEET and Seattle-based artist Rob Rhee. The artists explore the ways modern culture and technology is impacting our bodies and our everyday lives.

    2016 Member's Show

    500X Gallery

    Last Chance - September 10 through October 2, 2016

    An exhibition of works by 500X members. Featuring art by: Sheryl Anaya Kalee Appleton Clint Bargers Bernardo Cantu Lynne Bowman Cravens Steven Foutch Julie Libersat Lindsey Larsen Seth Lorenz Rachel Livedalen Rachel Muldez Valerie Powell James Talambas Justin Strickland Hoff Ashley Whitt

    Circuit Breaker

    Texas Woman's University East Gallery

    Last Chance - September 3 through October 2, 2016

    An exhibition featuring a collaborative new media installation by Dallas artists Luke Harnden, Michael A. Morris, and Darcy Neal. From the gallery:"Circuit Breaker is a participatory multimedia installation that considers the cause-and-effect relationship between information flow and the various levels through which it cascades - shifting with individual and collective perceptions, commentaries, and energies – challenging viewers to stop and think about their position within the social media and Internet food chains."

    Emily Riggert: Extranjera

    The Safe Room at Texas Theater

    Last Chance - September 17 through October 2, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Emily Riggert. The pieces in the show are inspired by Riggert's travels across Texas and through California, along with her study of Spanish and examination of her own local community.

    Ryder Richards: Invisible Hand


    Last Chance - September 24 through October 5, 2016

    An exhibition by Ryder Richards. From the gallery:Invisible Hand will usher the gallery into an international white-cube aesthetic, immuring the past behind new construction. Drawing from years of gallery labor practice and some critical texts, Richards’ 10 day art action calls into question dark economics, invisible labor, and artificial context as necessity, as well as the foibles of social practice art, weak authoritarians, gentrification, and Groys’ “strong images.”

    Gillian Bradshaw-Smith: Finding Daphne & Robin Ragin: Upstart Crow

    Ro2 Art

    September 10 through October 7, 2016

    Dallas-based artist Gillian Bradshaw-Smith presents Finding Daphne, "a series of paintings in gouache and large-scale mixed-media fabric collage inspired by sensuous forms found in crepe myrtle trees."Robin Ragin's exhibition Upstart Crow is a show of assemblages created while the artist was dismantling the studio of her mentor David McManaway.

    Patrick Turk: All of This From Nothing

    Cris Worley Fine Arts

    September 10 through October 8, 2016

    An exhibition of new works by Houston-based artist Patrick Turk. For this show, Turk has created ten five-sided collaged assemblages that play with the pictorial representation of the Garden of Eden.

    H. Schenck: Mud Is Mud

    McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC)

    September 17 through October 8, 2016

    An exhibition by Dallas artist H. Schenck. Workings for the show began in August when a social media takeover by Schenck that invited participants to "share their interpretation of what it means to be human." The exhibition aims to address issues surrounding LGBTQ youth: homelessness, abandonment, alienation, and reclaiming identity and self.

    Kathy Lovas: I’m So Glitché

    Liliana Bloch Gallery

    September 10 through October 8, 2016

    An exhibition of photographic and sculptural installations by artist Kathy Lovas. The works in the show are photographs run through the iPhone app Glitché in order to distort and manipulate her images. The three-dimensional works are created using dripped paint, furniture, and projected photographs.

    Introductions 2016

    The Gallery at UTA

    September 6 through October 8, 2016

    An exhibition featuring works by new UTA faculty members Matt Clark, Gregory Scott Cook, and Daniel Garcia.

    Kevin Todora: Gaslight

    Erin Cluley Gallery

    September 10 through October 8, 2016

    An exhibition of photographs by Dallas-based artist Kevin Todora. The works in the show come as an antithesis to the history of photography: Todora’s prints are in unconventional shapes and his compositions play with the viewer’s sense of depth.

    Fine Arts Faculty Biennial

    Art Corridor (Tarrant County College Southeast)

    September 8 through October 8, 2016

    An exhibition of paintings, videos and installations from Tarrant County College Southeast fine arts faculty. Participating artists include: Jessica Battes, Penelope Bisbee, Sharon Covington, Dana Ferrara, Chris Goebel, Elizabeth Hurtado, John Neal Phillips, and Rafael Molina.


    The University of Texas at Dallas (Art Gallery)

    September 2 through October 8, 2016

    An exhibition curated by Diane Durant and featuring works by Sheryl Anaya, Bradly Brown, Ciara Bryant, Lauren Christlieb, Devyn Gaudet, Steph Keller, Adam Neese, Tiffany Wolf Smith, Sarita Westrup, and Ashley Whitt. The art in the show attempts to address and embrace "the (un)remarkable challenges of storytelling and documentation through an array of representational substitutions."


    Amon Carter Museum of American Art

    April 30 through October 9, 2016

    An exhibition of works exploring how identity is viewed in American culture. The show features, among other objects, drawings by Sedrick Huckaby, prints by Glenn Ligon, and photographs of famous public figures.

    Prince Israel Zaar: Trianglerism & Multiversality

    CSC Gallery, McLennan Community College Visual Arts Building

    September 6 through October 14, 2016

    From the gallery:As an artist, Prince has invented a new 3D art genre called Trianglerism, using Trianglism. The Medium of the art called Penology is a penograhical representation expressed through the media of drawing. Trianglism is a visual expression of Zaarrianism. Hidden within the art are decipherable or undecipherable numbers, codes, symbols, graphics, and words which can be used for engineering, programing, and architectural technologies of the future. 


    Gallery 76102 (UT Arlington/Fort Worth Center)

    August 25 through October 15, 2016

    The inaugural show for Art Tooth, a new Fort Worth art gallery. Featuring works by Sheryl Anaya, Chuck & George, Erika Duque, Dannie Liebergot, Shelby Orr, and Tiffany Wolf.From the gallery: "Founded by Fort Worth art collectives Bobby on Drums and Exhibitionists, Art Tooth is a new artist-run, hybrid gallery project that uses a digital and pop-up platform to make invigorating art accessible and to solidify Fort Worth's reputation as an art destination."

    Marcelyn McNeil: Love & Theft

    Conduit Gallery

    September 10 through October 15, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Houston-based artist Marcelyn McNeil. The works in the show are paintings that have been created are based on the artist's relationships, and their view of nature, architecture, and color association.

    Sandra Ono: Everything and Nothing

    Conduit Gallery

    September 10 through October 15, 2016

    An exhibition of works by current Centraltrak resident Sandra Ono. The pieces in the show are inspired by biology and psychology and appear to exist in a state between construction and destruction.

    Carly Allen-Martin: A Hundred Silent Ways

    Artspace 111

    September 10 through October 15, 2016

    An exhibition by Dallas artist Carly Allen-Martin. "The artist's latest body of work focuses on the physical application of various mediums, emphasizing rich colors, layers, textures, and a variety of surfaces."

    Pierre Krause: LOSS

    Liliana Bloch Gallery

    September 10 through October 15, 2016

    A site-specific large-scale work by Dallas artist Pierre Krause. The piece uses "gestural shapes to evoke feelings of contemplative nature."

    Soliloquy: Ryan McGinness

    The Public Trust

    September 10 through October 22, 2016

    Soliloquy is a series of solo exhibitions featuring a single piece of artwork. This iteration of the show will feature a painting by Ryan McGinness. On October 11, McGinness will speak at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth as part of their Tuesday Evening Lecture Series.

    Cynthia Ann Miro: Transmittance

    The Magnolia Theatre

    September 22 through October 25, 2016

    A show of works by UTD MFA graduate Cynthia Ann Miro. The works in the show are inspired by the way technology impacts our perceptions of the world.

    Home Base

    TCU Moudy Fine Arts Building

    September 26 through October 27, 2016

    A show of works by TCU MFA alumni Carol Benson, John Frost and Candace Hicks.

    David Bates: Paintings and Sculptures

    Talley Dunn Gallery

    August 27 through October 29, 2016

    An exhibition of new works by David Bates. The paintings in the show follow the artist's "continuing interest in capturing the essence of a place, person, or subject." Many of the works in the show are of maritime subjects, including scenes inspired by the Gulf Coast and portraits of fishermen.

    Dystopian Dreams

    Mighty Fine Arts

    September 17 through October 30, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Dwayne Carter, Patrick Patterson-Carroll Randall Garrett, Thor Johnson, and Montoya Williams. The show features "third party musings, dreams of dystopias both personal and societal, an illusionary world of fragmentation, creation and destruction."

    José Parlá: INSTINCTS

    Goss-Michael Foundation

    September 29 through November 11, 2016

    A show of site-specific paintings and sculptures by Cuban-American and Brooklyn-based artist José Parlá. From the gallery:"Expanding on previous motifs and exploring new ideas in bypassing the consciousness of self-creative control, the artist embarks on a journey of playful investigation with color and space; the primitive relationship between word and image; and erasure, reflection, and introspection."

    360 Nasher Speaker Series

    Nasher Sculpture Center

    August 27 through November 12, 2016

    The Nasher's annual 360: Artists, Curators, Critics Speaker Series. For more info about the speakers, please go here.

    Julieta Aguinaco: Mañana will be Another


    September 24 through November 12, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Julieta Aguinaco. The show includes paintings, silkscreen prints, and video works that examine "how ways of measuring time, and not only time, can be aesthetically and symbolically reconfigured."

    5th Annual Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Islamic Art

    Irving Arts Center

    September 17 through November 13, 2016

    A juried exhibition of Islamic art. This year's juror was Dr. Maryam Ekhtiar, Associate Curator of Islamic Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Included in the show are 68 works from national and international artists.

    Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

    Greater Denton Arts Council - Center for the Visual Arts

    September 16 through December 10, 2016

    An exhibition organized by the Greater Denton Arts Council in partnership with guest curator Josh Rose and featuring original illustrations, published works, scripts, and sketches that explore the history and future of comic production. The show includes works by Jack Kirby, Curt Swan, Keith Giffen, Stan Lee, and Richard Sala, as well as the characters of Wonder Woman, Superman, and Silver Surfer.

    Freefall Festival

    Various Venues

    September 8 through December 17, 2016

    A festival organized and curated by Dwayne Carter and Randall Garrett. This year's festival is "a group endeavor, with an updated theme designed to coincide with the 2016 Election, pitting ideas of Utopia and Paradise against one another in several exhibitions. Local artists explore the questions: “What is Paradise?” and “What is Utopia?” These questions are answered using a variety of media and styles with differing and sometimes even clashing conclusions, the body politic torn between personal and social desires—are there any winners? Are there losers?" For more info go here.Check out our event listings to see the festival's participating art exhibitions at Mighty Fine Arts, Ro2, CentralTrak, and El Centro College.


    Site 131

    September 24 through December 18, 2016

    An exhibition curated by Joan Davidow and featuring works by Robert Larson, Longhui Zhang, and Benjamin Terry. All three artists in the show use discarded substances to make their art.

    Border Cantos: Richard Misrach | Guillermo Galindo

    Amon Carter Museum of American Art

    September 24 through December 31, 2016

    An exhibition featuring monumental landscape photographs by Richard Misrach along with handmade musical instruments and a sound installation by Guillermo Galindo. The show explores the contested zone of the U.S.-Mexico border.

    Kathryn Andrews: Run for President

    Nasher Sculpture Center

    September 10, 2016 through January 8, 2017

    An exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist Kathryn Andrews. For this show, Andrews creates a loose narrative around the elements of a presidential campaign. Additionally, Andrews ties in pop culture references to mock the seriousness of the Executive Office.

    COUNTY FAIR & Sean Starwars

    Webb Gallery

    September 11, 2016 through January 8, 2017

    County Fair is an exhibition of "vintage banners by Snap Wyatt and beautiful freak paintings by Molly McGuire."The upstairs gallery will host an exhibition of block prints by Sean Starwars.

    Nicolas Party: Pathway

    Dallas Museum of Art

    August 19, 2016 through February 5, 2017

    A mural by Swiss artist Nicolas Party. "For three weeks, Party worked on-site to transform the corridor into an immersive, vibrantly colored landscape mural that was largely inspired by its location within the Museum. Instead of functioning like a gallery, the mural emphasizes the fact that it is a walkway, and transforms the space into an indoor path."

    Sam Francis: Prints

    Amon Carter Museum of American Art

    August 3, 2016 through February 5, 2017

    An exhibition of lithographs by printmaker Sam Francis (1923–1994). In his work, Francis was inspired by his travels in France, Indonesia, Japan, and Thailand, and by Abstract Expressionism, literature, science, Eastern philosophy, and religion.

    Dan Phillips: Blackest Cloud

    Old Jail Art Center

    September 17, 2016 through February 11, 2017

    An exhibition of works by artist Dan Phillips. Trained as a cabinet and furniture maker, Phillips creates custom furniture pieces out of a studio in Dallas. Additionally, he makes collages, drawings, and paintings composed of calligraphic lines and soft color washes.

    Clay Between Two Seas: From the Abbasid Court to Puebla de los Angeles

    Crow Collection of Asian Art

    September 17, 2016 through February 12, 2017

    An exhibition of more than 100 works from the Museo Franz Mayer in Mexico City, contemporary ceramics from Talavera de la Reyna in Puebla and a selection of historic Chinese ceramics from the Crow Collection of Asian Art’s permanent collection. This show is presented in collaboration with the Museo Internacional del Barroco, Puebla, and the State Council for Culture and the Arts of Puebla, Mexico.

    American Photographs, 1845 to Now

    Amon Carter Museum of American Art

    August 20, 2016 through February 12, 2017

    An exhibition of more than 70 photographs drawn from the Amon Carter’s permanent collection. The show covers 170 years of photography across America and highlights the important role photography has played in American history.

    Spanish Texas: Legend & Legacy

    Grace Museum

    September 24, 2016 through March 11, 2017

    An exhibition tracing the Spanish exploration and colonization of Texas through maps, art, and artifacts. The exhibitions is co-curated by Judy Tedford Deaton, Chief Curator and Director of Exhibitions and Collections at The Grace Museum and Michael Grauer, Associate Director for Curatorial Affairs/Curator of Art and Western Heritage at The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum.


    Nasher Sculpture Center

    September 11, 2016 through May 21, 2017

    A monthly program of experimental film screenings. The program is organized by Frank Dufour, Professor in the recently created school of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (ATEC) at the University of Texas at Dallas, and Emmanuel Lefrant, director of Light Cone, a French organization dedicated to the diffusion and conservation of experimental cinema. For more info, and to register for the screenings, go here.

    Gabriel Dawe: Plexus no. 34

    Amon Carter Museum of American Art

    August 16, 2016 through September 2, 2018

    An installation by Dallas-based artist Gabriel Dawe commissioned for the Amon Carter Museum of American Art's atrium. For the installation, Dawe used more than 60 miles of colored thread to create a work "highlighting the architecture of the museum’s renowned Philip Johnson-designed building."

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