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Sybren Renema: The Harvest of Leisure


Last Chance - April 9 through June 4, 2016

An exhibition of works by Glasgow-based artist Sybren Renema. The pieces in the show "examine the persona of the traveling intellectual in relation to the mythos of the sublime as a perceptive fiction."

Emily Peacock: User's Guide to Family Business


Last Chance - May 14 through June 4, 2016

An exhibition of new work by Houston-based artist Emily Peacock. The pieces in the show focus on themes of "family tragedy and the formation of new personal relationships by navigating the humor, misfortunes, and absurdity of life."


Art Room

Last Chance - May 14 through June 4, 2016

An exhibition featuring works by Jessie Barnes, Kyle Hobratschk, Felice House, Alex Khraish, Lisa Lindholm, Jessica McClendon, Ryan Schroeder, Elizabeth Trosper, Vance Wingate, and Dana Younger.

James Zamora: #INTERIORS from @instagram

Ro2 Art POP-UP

Last Chance - May 20 through June 5, 2016

The artist on their work: "My aim is to record interiors from Instagram taken by lifestyle and branding professionals, and express to an audience how many people buy into an image with the number of "likes" that photo has received."

Joachim West: Salud

The Union Studios/Pariah

May 21 through June 6, 2016

An exhibition by Dallas-based artist Joachim West. The show "playfully and sometimes humorously rethinks, recombines or restructures images and materials appropriated from the artist’s quotidian experience in Oak Cliff. As such, “Salud” can be understood as a visual farewell poem to the city as Joachim West prepares to move back to Spain at the beginning of next month."

The Limits of Control

OC3- Oak Cliff Cultural Center

May 6 through June 10, 2016

An exhibition curated by Houston photographer and writer Sebastien Boncy. The show features works by Veronica Melwanders, Kimberly Pivaral, Tara Rios, Patricia Rodriguez Mayo, and Kristina Smith.


Holly Johnson Gallery

April 2 through June 11, 2016

An exhibition featuring paintings by David Aylsworth, Todd Chilton, Joseph Cohen, Geoff Hippenstiel, Warren Isensee, Dion Johnson, and James Lumsden.

Rachel Livedalen: Capable Looking

Erin Cluley Gallery

May 14 through June 11, 2016

An exhibition of prints, works on paper, and sculptures by Rachel Livedalen. The pieces in the show use cultural symbols and icons to comment on "contemporary girl culture and historical idealized femininity."

Karl Holmqvist: TUFF LOVE

The Power Station

April 13 through June 17, 2016

An exhibition of works by Berlin-based artist Karl Holmqvist. The show includes two large-scale sculptures in a site-specific installation, a short film, a live performance and an artist's book.

Leigh Merrill: THIS PLACE

Liliana Bloch Gallery

May 14 through June 18, 2016

An exhibition by Dallas-based artist Leigh Merrill. "Merrill's process involves making thousands of individual photographs, videos, and audio recordings while exploring a city or neighborhood, then digitally assembling these sources to create photographs and videos of imaginary spaces."

Alicia Eggert

Liliana Bloch Gallery

May 14 through June 18, 2016

An exhibition by Denton-based artist Alicia Eggert. Eggert uses her work to explore "the relationship between language, image and time."

Massey Craddock: Lost Bay

Cris Worley Fine Arts

May 14 through June 18, 2016

An exhibition by Memphis-based artist Massey Craddock. Lost Bay explores themes of nostalgia through nature inspired imagery originating from the Alabama coastlands of Perdido Bay.

SOLILOQUY: Jason Salavon

The Public Trust

May 14 through June 19, 2016

About Salavon's process: "Using software processes of his own design, Jason Salavon generates and reconfigures masses of communal material to present new perspectives on the familiar.  Reflecting a natural attraction to popular culture and the day-to-day, his work regularly incorporates the use of common references and source material. The final compositions are exhibited as art objects, such as photographic prints and video installations, while others exist in a real-time software context."

Greatest Hits

Artspace 111

May 12 through June 20, 2016

A greatest hits exhibition featuring works by Artspace111 artists and invited artists.

Arts & Letters Live

Dallas Museum of Art

January 11 through June 24, 2016

A literary and performing arts series hosted by the museum. For more info, go here.

Linnea Glatt: Continuum

Barry Whistler Gallery

May 14 through June 25, 2016

An exhibition of works by Linnea Glatt. The title of the show, Continuum, is meant to suggest the ability for continuous motion and change, an is also "a nod to the frequent subject matter of quantitative change in Glatt’s work."

Billy Hassell: Visions and Voices

Conduit Gallery

May 14 through June 25, 2016

An exhibition of new works by Billy Hassell. The works in this show were created in winter of 2015 and spring of 2016 and are inspired by visits to Palo Duro Canyon in the Texas Panhandle and the coastal prairie of south central Texas.

Susie Phillips: To There & Back

Conduit Gallery

May 14 through June 25, 2016

An exhibition of cut paper works by Susie Phillips. The artist is inspired by quilting traditions and is attempting to create works that respond to what is currently happening in the world.

Kendall Glover: Untitled Works

Conduit Gallery

May 14 through June 25, 2016

An exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based artist Kendall Glover. In her work, Glover "is interested in extracting and distorting gestures or forms that she finds intrinsically powerful, aiming to recreate that quality in her own abstract imagery."

Jim Nolan: Welcome Stranger


May 28 through June 25, 2016

An exhibition of works by Nacogdoches-based artist Jim Nolan. The show includes a fanzine with inspirational reference images, an essay by fellow Centraltrak alum Sally Glass, and an insert by Houston-based artist Emily Peacock.

Mai-Thu Perret: Sightings

Nasher Sculpture Center

March 12 through July 17, 2016

An exhibition built off Perret's performance staged in Geneva, drawing from  bunraku an ancient Japanese form of puppetryThis elaborated narrative includes, "a journalist, an Indian mystic, a 19th-century American Shaker, a 1950s computer programmer and an artificial intelligence".

Anna Bogatin: New Paintings

Holly Johnson Gallery

May 14 through July 30, 2016

An exhibition of minimalist paintings by artist Anna Bogatin. Inspired by nature and Buddhism's meditative aspects, New Paintings takes on themes of connecting with one's homeland, venturing, and the pursuit of happiness.

Gumption: Buz Blurr & Adam Young

Webb Gallery

May 1 through July 31, 2016

An exhibition of works by Buz Blurr & Adam Young. Blurr is a mail artist who is well-known for his train markings of “Colossus of Roads & Gypsy Sphinx.” Young is a wood worker who makes work inspired by his upbringing in Louisiana, musical figures, and his love of nature.

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.


Kirk Hopper Fine Art

May 28 through August 6, 2016

An exhibition of work by artists who use drawing in a "direct and confrontational manner." The show is curated by Susie Kalil and includes works by Jorge Alegria, Lois Dodd, Bill Haveron, Alexandre Hogue, Mary Jenewein, Angelbert Metoyer, Lynn Randolph, Noriko Shinohara, James Surls, Emmi Whitehorse, and Roger Winter.

Home Work: The Fine Art of Photographing People

Grace Museum

April 19 through August 13, 2016

An exhibition featuring photographs by Ave Bonar, June Van Cleef, Ken Hatch, Fritz Henle, Earie Hudnall, Jr., Garciela Iturbide, Janice Ruben, George Tice, Bill Wright, and Alice Wright, among others.

More Life in a Time Without Boundaries

Grace Museum

April 19 through August 13, 2016

"Artists Roger Colombik & Jerolyn Bahm-Colombik, in collaboration with International Rescue Committee of Abilene, will create an installation featuring photography, sculpture and oral history dialogues personalizing the experiences of people from around the globe who are currently making their home in Abilene, Texas."

Vermeer Suite: Music in 17th-Century Dutch Painting

Dallas Museum of Art

January 17 through August 21, 2016

An exhibition inspired by Young Woman Seated at a Virginal, a Vermeer painting from 1670–72. This show includes this painting by Vermeer as well as paintings by his contemporaries, including Jan Steen, Gerard ter Borch, Jacob Adriaensz Ochtervelt, Eglon van der Neer, Gerard Dou, and Frans van Mieris.

Helmut Lang: Burry

Dallas Contemporary

April 16 through August 21, 2016

A solo exhibition by artist Helmut Lang. In this exhibition, the artist uses sheepskin installed in the gallery to highlight the gallery's physical space.

Joel Shapiro

Nasher Sculpture Center

May 7 through August 21, 2016

An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Joel Shapiro. The show consists of a single site-specific installation conceived for the Nasher.

Eye of the Collector

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

April 16 through September 5, 2016

An exhibition showcasing people's various collections of objects. Eye of the Collector is an exhibition where one can find everything from PEZ dispensers to the world’s largest collection of Star Wars memorabilia.  

Frank Stella: A Retrospective

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

April 17 through September 18, 2016

A comprehensive survey of works from Frank Stella's career, including paintings, reliefs, sculpture, and drawings. This show is co-organized with the Whitney Museum of American Art and curated by Michael Auping.

2016 ‘til Midnight at the Nasher Series

Nasher Sculpture Center

May 20 through October 21, 2016

The Nasher's ‘til Midnight at the Nasher presents music from local and regional talent along with special film screenings. See below for the full performer and film schedule.

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