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Galleri Urbane Dallas

Last Chance - September 12 through October 12, 2015

An exhibition of works by Jessica Drenk. Inspired by patterns in nature, Drenk's work synthesizes natural shapes and materials.

David Hayes

Wichita Falls Museum of Art

Last Chance - May 16 through October 16, 2015

An outdoor exhibition of 12 large metal sculptures by artist David Hayes (1931 – 2013), displayed throughout the four-acre campus of the Museum grounds.


Art Corridor (Tarrant County College Southeast)

Last Chance - September 10 through October 16, 2015

An exhibition of video and photographic works by artist Paho Mann. Focusing on the ways we collect objects, Mann's works examine the desire to collect while questioning how meaning can be derived from certain items.

Ensemble Exhibit

Plano Art Association

Last Chance - September 16 through October 16, 2015

An exhibition of works by Lorand Fekete, Du Q Chau, Don Dillard, Roberta Masciarelli, Lauren Luong, and John Stanton.

Erika Blumenfeld: Light of the Midnight Sun

Zhulong Gallery

Last Chance - September 12 through October 17, 2015

An exhibition of time-based works created by Erika Blumenfeld during her residency in Antarctica.  This series of works was created using a lensless camera built by the artist.

Arthur Peña: SOLILOQUY

The Public Trust

Last Chance - September 19 through October 17, 2015

An exhibition of a single work by Arthur Peña. The show "challenges the viewer to engage with an artist's work by removing familiar viewing elements such as comparison and contrast from the traditional exhibition format."

Francisco Moreno: Slates

Erin Cluley Gallery

Last Chance - September 19 through October 17, 2015

Via Erin Cluley Gallery: "In SLATES, Moreno has developed a controlled system enabling him to approach the project with the freedom to investigate a widely diverse set of ideas."

Jean Shin: Inclusions

Crow Collection of Asian Art

May 16 through October 18, 2015

An exhibition of video, installation, photography, and mixed media works by artist Jean Shin–many of them transforming collected remnants including discarded ceramic shards and fabric stripped from umbrellas. Also on view is Shin’s Celadon Landscape, a site-specific piece created for The Crow Collection of Asian Art Sculpture Garden.

Texas Modernists

Grace Museum

May 28 through October 24, 2015

Five exhibitions celebrating important Texas modern artists and midcentury fashion and design– Seymour Fogel: On The Wall & Beyond; The Abstract Impulse; Ray & Charles Eames: Masters of the 20th Century Design; Fabulous Fifties Fashion & Design.


Talley Dunn Gallery

August 29 through October 24, 2015

A solo exhibition of new work by Dale Chihuly. Comprised of large and small format sculpture, some of these works are inspired by the artists' life-long fascination with flowers and gardening. (Images courtesy of the artist and Talley Dunn Gallery)

Drawing Narrative

Fort Worth Community Arts Center

September 12 through October 24, 2015

An exhibition of works by Christopher Troutman and Charles Field. Through the depiction of nature, both artists highlight the uniqueness of regional landscapes.

Nancy Ferro: Adaptive Reuse


September 19 through October 24, 2015

An exhibition of works by Nancy Ferro. Through a juxtaposition of the past and the present, Ferro's works relate to gentrification in relation to inclusion.

A to Z: Abracadabra to Zombies

Southern Methodist University Pollock Gallery

September 12 through October 24, 2015

An exhibition of works exploring the intersection of humanity and technology. Supplemented with lectures and workshops, the exhibition will "present histories, ideas and objects that ponder the push-and-pull between technology as a potential savior of human existence or a harbinger of eventual extinction."

Du Chau: Part of A Continuum

Liliana Bloch Gallery

September 19 through October 24, 2015

Du Chau's solo exhibition Part of a Continuum is "an installation that incorporates multiplicity in ceramics and wire to create a quiet contemplative yet emotionally charged space."

Painted Print

Carillon Gallery - Tarrant County College South

September 8 through October 25, 2015

An exhibition of works by Brad Moody and Randall Mosmon. Known for their aggressive use of line and color, Moody and Mosmon's works have deep personal significance. The pieces in the exhibition consist of ripped and painted monotypes and transfers that go against the precise, process-based elements of printmaking.

Art Beat

The Fort Worth Community Arts Center

October 9 through 30, 2015

A group exhibition of works by Cheri Biskup, Ed Bohm, Brenda Casey, Paul Dudley, Billy Dycus, Diane Dycus, Julie Fewsmith, Marta Gore, Michael Goss, Linda Henry, July Keck, Ruth Kimbrough, Rose Landon, Walter Naff, Iris Porta, Carrol Richardson, Deborah Selby, Pat Simpson, Martha Spurlock and Carol Ward.

Heaven and Earth

The Fort Worth Community Arts Center

October 9 through 30, 2015

An exhibition of works by the Dallas Baptist University Faculty. Work within the exhibition is classified into "three groups: Christian themes, landscape/nature and abstraction."

Alicja Bielawska: Reference Points for Potential Constellations


September 25 through October 31, 2015

An exhibition of works by Warsaw-based artist Alicja Bielawska. The show includes many minimalistic forms and objects that comment on the gallery's preexisting structure. Says Bielawska of her work: “The elements are set in the space. They carry a potential for a bigger whole. They create points of references for themselves, switching between the flatness of a drawing and a tactility of a sculpture. The possible constellations are within a hand’s reach.”

Cindy Holmes: The Subliminal Cliché

Haley-Henman Gallery

September 30 through October 31, 2015

An exhibition of new paintings by Cindy Holmes. Focusing on the concept of the cliché, the paintings within the show are comprised of "symbolic contexts, figurative distortions, three-dimensional objects, and humor."


Life in Deep Ellum

October 3 through November 1, 2015

An exhibition of works by local artist Tiffany McAnarney and Grandmother, Joane Fogel. "For this show, Tiffany has created a completely new technique and body of work inspired by conversations with her grandmother over the years." In contrast, Joane's pieces are abstract and "created by injecting ink around objects on masonite or canvas, then filling in the negative space with acrylics."

Elliott Erwitt

Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery

September 12 through November 14, 2015

An exhibition of photographs by Elliott Erwitt. Ranging from humorous images of dogs to serious images of the Civil Rights era, Erwitt's photographs document 20th century America.


Holly Johnson Gallery

September 12 through November 14, 2015

An exhibition of collages and altered book pages by Dallas-based artist Matthew Cusick. Using ephemera from daily life, Cusick examines identity while reconstructing printed matter.

Keri Oldham: Labyrinth

Kirk Hopper Fine Art

October 10 through November 14, 2015

An exhibition of works that draw their inspiration from the 1980s movie Labyrinth. Additionally, the pieces aim to comment on and re-imagine the ancient mythology of the Minotaur.

Inca: Conquests of the Andes

Dallas Museum of Art

May 15 through November 15, 2015

An exhibition exploring the effects of state expansion and imperial conquest on Andean visual arts, with more than 100 artworks and textile objects from the 15th and early 16th centuries.


UNT Art Gallery

September 10 through November 17, 2015

An exhibition of works that explore the ideas of permanence and impermanence through meditating on the constant state of flux in a shifting world.

Mirror Stage—Visualizing the Self After the Internet

Dallas Museum of Art

April 10 through December 6, 2015

An exhibition–part of the DMA's Concentration series–featuring videos by eight artists examining the changing understanding and representation of the self via digital technology and the Internet, with a different artist’s work on view each month. Featured artists include Ed Atkins, Trisha Baga, Antoine Catala, Aleksandra Domanović, Jon Rafman, Jacolby Satterwhite, Hito Steyerl, and Ryan Trecartin.

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern Lecture Series

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

September 29 through December 8, 2015

A lecture series by artists, architects, historians, and critics. All lectures are free and open to the public.

Bani Abidi: An Unforeseen Situation

Dallas Contemporary

September 19 through December 21, 2015

An exhibition by Karachi (Pakistan) and Berlin-based artist Bani Abidi. Working primarily through video and immersive installation, Abidi explores notions of national and cultural identity.

Nadia Kaabi-Linke: Walk the Line

Dallas Contemporary

September 19 through December 21, 2015

An exhibition of Berlin-based artist Nadia Kaabi-Linke. Through an examination of individual components that comprise our societal structures, Kaabi-Linke highlights dynamics that are often overlooked and forgotten. This exhibition will include a new performance entitled Walk the Line.

Adriana Varejao: Kindred Spirits

Dallas Contemporary

September 19 through December 21, 2015

An exhibition of works by Brazilian artist Adriana Varejao. By highlighting historical inaccuracies during Brazil's colonial period, Varejao's works give light to various conflicts and atrocities that are commonly glossed over and forgotten.

Sychrodogs: Supernatural

Dallas Contemporary

September 19 through December 21, 2015

An exhibition by Sychrodogs, a Ukrainian collaborative duo consisting of Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven. The artists use photography to explore the raw sense of self through an intimate relationship with nature.

Paper Dolls

Hamon Arts Library Lobby - SMU

September 9 through December 31, 2015

An exhibition of works by Colleen Shull and Justin Shull. For this show, the artists have created collages through the manipulation of fashion magazines.

Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

September 20, 2015 through January 10, 2016

An exhibition of works spanning the artist's 14-year career. Inspired by the tradition of portraiture, Wiley's paintings use patterning and decoration to raise issues of class, race, and gender. This exhibition has been organized by the Brooklyn Museum.

Benevolence and Wisdom

Crow Collection of Asian Art

February 14, 2015 through January 17, 2016

An exhibition of art works recently donated to the museum at the bequest of Margaret Doggett Crow, including Asian export porcelain, delicately carved jade vessels, and Japanese ivory netsuke.

Piero Golia: Chalet Dallas

Nasher Sculpture Center

October 3, 2015 through February 7, 2016

"A luxurious salon that integrates architecture, entertainment, and works of art by Golia’s friends Pierre Huyghe, Mark Grotjahn, Jeff Wall, and Christopher Williams. This reinterpretation of Golia’s Chalet Hollywood will serve in Dallas as a tool to build and expand the idea of community by providing an intimate gathering spot for influential and creative minds to meet and interact in a relaxed, beautiful environment."

Texas Moderns: BROR UTTER

Old Jail Art Center

September 19, 2015 through February 7, 2016

This exhibition will focus "on Utter’s best-known period, the 1950s and 1960s, as well as his lesser-known but exemplary prints. The exhibition will be the first significant retrospective of the artist’s work since 1985."

Laura Wilson: That Day

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

September 5, 2015 through February 14, 2016

An exhibition of photographs by Laura Wilson that introduce her vision of the American West as a harsh landscape filled with tough, rugged individuals. Wilson is drawn to people who live in isolated communities and have an atypical lifestyle. Her photography exposes these unusual ways of living by giving them merit and putting them on view to a broader public.

Dace Lucia Kidd: Americana

The Arcadia Theater

October 10, 2015 through February 29, 2016

An exhibition of works by Tyler-based artist Dace Lucia Kidd. The show will consist of more than 20 works created since the artist moved to America.

Alexander Gorlizki: Variable Dimensions

Crow Collection of Asian Art

September 12, 2015 through March 3, 2016

An exhibition consisting of drawings, sculptures, installations, videos, and non-traditional practices. Gorlizki has worked with artisans from different backgrounds, such as embroiderers, spectacle makers, forgers and fakers, cobblers, knitters, tailors, watchmakers, stone masons, manicurists, designers, musicians and film-makers, to create some of the works within the exhibition.

Lecture Series: Asian Art 101

Crow Collection of Asian Art

September 3, 2015 through August 4, 2016

A lecture series where visiting scholars introduce different aspects, regions, and periods of Asian art. Tickets can be found here.

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