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    Julie Libersat: Infinite Loop

    Ro2 Art

    Last Chance - April 2 through May 1, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Denton-based artist Julie LIbersat. The show consists of a 3D printed piece of highway submerged in an aquarium with additional video elements.

    Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiya (AKIRASH): EBUN [GIFTS]

    Ro2 Art

    Last Chance - April 2 through May 1, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Austin-based Nigerian artist Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiya. From the artist:"Is the responsibility of individuals to use the gifts given to them, or channel them to what is best for their community? Is it in creating a living legacy or to serve as a lesson to the generation coming? How do we use the gifts which were bestowed upon us?"

    Kate Colin: Spontaneous Symmetry

    500X Gallery

    Last Chance - April 9 through May 1, 2016

    An exhibition of paintings by by Kate Colin. Her work suggests a "twisted theory of everything, where a fragmented space exists in various states of activity."


    500X Gallery

    Last Chance - April 9 through May 1, 2016

    "GRLPWR is a group exhibition focusing on contemporary feminism, girlhood, and the impact of the 1990s Girl Power movement.  The works consider empowerment, but also kitsch femininity, and the overlap of the two.  Curated by Rachel Livedalen, the show includes the work of Jenny Harp, Gabrielle Roth, Hayley Fowler, Ashley Heber, and Breanne Trammell."

    Kalee Appleton: Surrounds

    500X Gallery

    Last Chance - April 9 through May 1, 2016

    An exhibition by Kalee Appleton examining the history of the photographic backdrop, and transforming it into a photographic subject.

    Matt Rich: Tilt & Table

    Holly Johnson Gallery

    Last Chance - February 20 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of painted paper constructions and gouaches by Los Angeles-based artist Matt Rich. The works are process-based and are a product of their creation.

    Daniel Blagg: Rambler

    Artspace 111

    Last Chance - March 19 through May 7, 2016

    Exhibition by Daniel Blagg, a Texas native. These urban realist paintings capture scenes of decayed, neglected, and abandoned areas.

    Cult of Color

    Circuit 12 Contemporary

    Last Chance - March 26 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition featuring works by Arthur Peña, Cody Hudson, Iva Gueorguieva, Jacin Giordano, Lauren Silva, Stephen Ormandy, Timothy Bergstrom, and Tomory Dodge. The pieces in the show focus on formal elements that "take on esoteric meaning and a specific function within the eternal frame."

    Juan Fontanive: Reflected Yeses

    Conduit Gallery

    Last Chance - April 2 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Texas and New York-based sculptor Juan Fontanive. The works in the show are flip book machines that cycle through 72 double-sided screen-prints sourced from 18th and 19th century natural history illustrations.

    Timothy Harding: Skin

    Cris Worley Fine Arts

    Last Chance - April 2 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of geometric paintings by Timothy Harding. The works in the show poke fun at their classification as "paintings" by having sculptural qualities.

    Rachel Hellmann: Quad Line

    Galleri Urbane Dallas

    Last Chance - April 2 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of sculptural paintings and works on paper by Indiana-based artist Rachel Hellmann. Through their physical qualities, the pieces in the show question the notion of "painting-as-object."

    Lynne Harlow: Hey Sunshine

    Liliana Bloch Gallery

    Last Chance - April 2 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition by Lynne Harlow continuing her exploration of light, color and material. Combining both fine art and commercial materials, Hey Sunshine emphasizes the behavior of light in relation to color and space.

    Rosalyn Bodycomb: Trance

    Conduit Gallery

    Last Chance - April 2 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of three monumental paintings created by the artist through a 2007 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Grant. The show also includes Bodycomb's Insomniac painting series in which the artists paints shadows cast on her ceiling.

    Jennie Ottinger: Spoilers

    Conduit Gallery

    Last Chance - April 2 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of works by San Francisco-based artist Jennie Ottinger. The works in the show are inspired by literature and aim to show the prevalence of misogyny and classism running through classic novels.

    Oliver Clegg: Life is A Gasssss

    Erin Cluley Gallery

    Last Chance - April 9 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based mixed media artist Oliver Clegg. The works in the show "depict 20th century pop icons as an allusion to how the information overload of the 21st century has impacted visual culture."

    Albert Scherbarth: The Meat of the Nut


    Last Chance - April 13 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Albert Scherbarth. In this show, "Scherbarth pulls out all the various geegaws, peculiarities, treasures and parts collected and involved in the years of making art."

    LTD: Recent works by Travis LaMothe


    Last Chance - April 16 through May 7, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Travis LaMothe. The pieces in the show focus on "the gestures, abstract iconography, emblems, and written language that mark our societal push toward newness and self-distinguishment."

    Michelle Thomas: Mirage

    TERRAIN Dallas

    April 10 through May 8, 2016

    An installation by Michelle Thomas. The work incorporates layered elements, and focuses on the site-specificity and experiential qualities of a place.

    James Behan

    Cliff Gallery - Mountain View College

    April 11 through May 13, 2016

    An exhibition of works by James Behan. The works in the show are "a test of process as the artist builds up layers of colors, lines, and textures."

    Deedra Baker: Ties That Bind

    Texas Woman's University East Gallery

    April 26 through May 13, 2016

    An exhibition of works by MFA candidate Deedra Baker. The pieces in the show explore Baker's family by examining three generations of females, addressing how "the experiential and historical bond centered around the idea of a homeplace" influences their identities.

    Robert Langham III: Blackfork Bestiary

    Old Jail Art Center

    March 5 through May 14, 2016

    An exhibition of photographs by Robert Langham. The artist rescues wild animals and then poses them in his studio using simple and arbitrary props. In many images, the human hand is also present, suggesting dominance of humans over nature.

    Exile and Isolation

    Old Jail Art Center

    March 5 through May 14, 2016

    An installation of work created by self-taught artists. The show includes pieces by Hector Alonzo Benavides, Robert Adale Davis, Helen Burkhart Mayfield, Ike E. Morgan, Royal Robertson, and Rev. LT Thomas, and is curated by Julie and Bruce Webb.

    Natasha Bowdoin: Spelboken

    Talley Dunn Gallery

    April 1 through May 14, 2016

    A solo exhibition of recent work by Houston-based artist Natasha Bowdoin. The show will feature a large installation of cut paper and painted board that draws on Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay Nature, turning the piece of writing into a lush garden.


    Site 131

    April 13 through May 14, 2016

    An exhibition featuring works by Lee Lozano, Sadie Benning, A.K. Burns, Bracha L. Ettinger, Ulrike Müller, and Lee Revlas.

    Kevin Tolman: Viajem

    William Campbell Contemporary Art

    April 21 through May 14, 2016

    An exhibition of works by Albuquerque-based artist Kevin Tolman. The works in the show are largely influenced by Tolman's time as an artist-in-residence in with the Obras Foundation in Portugal.

    Erin Stafford: Misbehaving

    Kirk Hopper Fine Art

    April 16 through May 21, 2016

    A solo exhibition by Dallas-based artist Erin Stafford. Through sculpture, painting, and installation, Misbehaving shows the aesthetics and contradictions of decay and beauty in domestic settings. 

    Liz Trosper: Body Poems in Suspended Space


    April 23 through May 21, 2016

    An exhibition by UTD MFA student Liz Trosper. The artist on her work: "I want to make one simple thing — painting that wipes away all there ever was of painting and re-makes it anew…obliterating provincial ideas about painting by pushing on what painting can be in pragmatic terms."

    Carl Hammoud: Anti Image

    Lora Reynolds Gallery

    April 2 through May 28, 2016

    An exhibition of new paintings by Stockholm-based artist Carl Hammoud. The works in the show reference private domestic space, depicting objects as stand-ins for the person they belong to.

    Frank Selby: High Writer

    Lora Reynolds Gallery

    April 2 through May 28, 2016

    An exhibition of new drawings and paintings by North Carolina-based artist Frank Selby. In his work, Selby sources images from "classic films, modernist architecture, domestic products, and jewelry design" to explore the surface quality of objects.

    Sybren Renema: The Harvest of Leisure


    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."


    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.

    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.

    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.

    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".

    Thomas Demand: FOCUS

    Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

    April 30 through July 17, 2016

     An exhibition of photographs by Thomas Demand. The works in the show document political and historical narratives of the United States.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    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.

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