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Distant Relatives

Arthello Beck Gallery - South Dallas Cultural Center

Last Chance - January 20 through February 25, 2017

An exhibition featuring works by Nigerian American photographers Hakeem Adewumi and Moyo Oyelola. The show uses "photography, video, installation, and storytelling to introduce audiences to the vibrant cultures within the African diaspora."

Through the Lens: Found Object/Readymade

CentralTrak

Last Chance - January 21 through February 25, 2017

An exhibition of works using photography and video to recontextualize the idea of the readymade. The show is curated by Marilyn Waligore and includes art by Susi Brister, Francesca Brunetti, Rachel Cox, Shannon Duncan, Paho Mann, and Kristy Peet.

Vernon Fisher: The American Landscape

Talley Dunn Gallery

Last Chance - January 21 through February 25, 2017

A show of new paintings by artist Vernon Fisher. The pieces in the show draw from pop culture, literature, and science in an attempt to "highlight the artist's play with imagery, association, and possible meaning."

Erick Swenson

Talley Dunn Gallery

Last Chance - January 21 through February 25, 2017

An installation of works by artist Erick Swenson. Featuring three recent sculptures, Ne Plus Ultra, Study for Dressage, and Schwamerei, this exhibition is in celebration of the artist's upcoming survey show at the Honolulu Museum of Art in Spring 2018.

Indefinite Free Time

Beefhaus

Last Chance - January 28 through February 25, 2017

An exhibition curated by Lauren Fulton and featuring works by Robert Chase Heishman. "Started in 2013, the ongoing IFT series is a meditation on and translation of artwork produced by incarcerated Guantanamo Bay detainees into photographic form. Additionally, Heishman will reconstruct the actual space in which the detainee works are exhibited and photographed at the prison camp."

Carlos Donjuan: Just Be

Eastfield College- H100 Gallery

Last Chance - January 26 through March 2, 2017

An exhibition of works by Carlos Donjuan. Central to Donjuan's art is his childhood struggle of immigrating to America from Mexico. "Deeply personal, often referencing family and friends, Donjuan’s work is in part a way to gain a better understanding of his fears of not belonging, failure, and even his own mortality."

The Millennial Collective

Creative South at the Continental Lofts

February 4 through March 4, 2017

An exhibition featuring works by seven undergraduate students from the University of Texas at Dallas. Artists include Anna Galluzzi, Carolina Reyes, Jason Doze, Korina Guerra, Richard Patterson, Will Austin and Robert Powers.

Blake Jones: Funnier Than Me

The Safe Room at Texas Theater

February 12 through March 10, 2017

A show by Houston artist Blake Jones. "Funnier Than Me  a features brightly colored heavily textured work that reflect figurative shapes and scenarios that play to Jones' personal unique style. While remaining abstract enough to be left open to interpretation, Blake challenges his viewers to see and craft the stories, characters, and shapes with in the work."

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.

B – sides: New Works by The Color Condition

Umbrella Gallery

January 28 through March 11, 2017

An exhibition by The Color Condition, a collaboration between Sunny Sliger and Marianne Newsom. The show will feature sculptural installations inspired by color, texture and movement that aim to "illuminate moments otherwise hidden – negative space, sculptural pauses and the life of the inanimate mark."

Avi Varma: Co-Work Space for Potential Dropouts

Southern Methodist University Pollock Gallery

February 4 through March 11, 2017

For this exhibition, artist Avi Varma will use the gallery space as a debt- and grade-free experiment in education. Every Friday evening during the run of the show, an artist will lead interactive “Hacking the Common Sense” sessions from 5 p.m. to midnight, during which students and visitors will be able to engage in discussion and research on specific topics drawn from the fictional course descriptions. For more details on the project, go here.

Brian K. Jones: Eat Your Vegetables!

Ro2 Art

February 11 through March 11, 2017

For Brian K. Jones' new series of paintings, he follows "the story of Little Bloata, a young girl first introduced in his comic UPCHUCK #1, who has difficulty finding balance between the newfound joy eating responsibly and a tendency to overindulge."

Jeff Parrott: Psyexpression Manifesto

Ro2 Art

February 11 through March 11, 2017

Psyexpression Manifesto is an exhibition taken from Jeff Parrott's idea that “our minds [create] raw reality in data imagery sound and thought. Recording the data is the human code of reality. By expression of painting one’s mind through manifesting, one's Imp/Expressionism's create reality into a new paradigm of dimension and awareness.”

Dylan Glynn: After Order, After Disorder

Hawn Gallery at Hamon Art Library - SMU

January 27 through March 12, 2017

A show of animated shorts, digital prints, paintings, and works on paper by Toronto-based artist Dylan Glynn. "Emotive and rich in narration, this body of work explores Glynn’s optimistic projections for the future, in which he envisions humanity’s return to a harmonious relationship with nature."

The Odd Fellows Show

Mighty Fine Arts

January 28 through March 12, 2017

An exhibition featuring artworks created by members of the Dallas Odd Fellows Lodge #44. This show is organized by Andy Don Emmons and features works by Cari Adams, Matt Bagley, Fran Carris, Steve Cruz, Kim Eden, Andy Don Emmons, Erica Felicella, Nicole Hess, Rosie Lindsey, Scott Wayne McDaniel, Suzi Migdol, Meredith Moore, Matt Roppolo, Jack Russell, Joshua Seabolt, Jennifer Serreno, John Slate, Missy Strickland and Victory.

Joanne Cervantes: The Pits

500X Gallery

February 18 through March 12, 2017

A show of drawings, video, and sound works by Joanne Cervantes. "Drawn from the intersections of personal history, narrative literature, music and cinema, The Pits seeks to create a new record of experience acknowledging trouble both in the mirror and on the horizon."

2017 College Expo

500X Gallery

February 18 through March 12, 2017

It's that time again—500X's annual juried college student show! This year's juror is Danielle Avram, gallery coordinator at Texas Woman's University. Featured artists include:Horacio Casillas John Cochran Juan Cruz Katherine Curry Kenya Díaz Sarah Ellis Cuyler Etheredge Stephen L. Evans Leah Flook Sarah Fun Betsey Gravatt Amy Hehe Michelle Hinojosa Savannah Hudson Usama Khalid Casey Leone David Namaksy Zackary David Petot Joshua Reyes Evan Dean Shelton Robert Sparks Alexander Espinoza Villanueva

Douglas Leon Cartmel: White Noise

Holly Johnson Gallery

January 7 through March 18, 2017

An exhibition of new paintings by Dallas artist Douglas Leon Cartmel. While some of the works in the show draw from graphic mapping of the atmosphere, others are seascapes or abstractions.

Still Life

Artspace 111

February 16 through March 18, 2017

An exhibition of still life artworks. The show will feature works by Aimee Cardoso, Erika Duque, William Greiner, and Marilyn Waligore.

Cordelia Bailey: One Last Shot, Dontrius Williams: One More Sho

Fort Works Art

February 21 through March 18, 2017

An exhibition of photographs by local artists Cordelia Bailey and Dontrius Williams. Bailey, a 70 year old artist, creates black and white photos that play with reality and the imaginary, and Williams creates works that document small details of everyday life.

Art and Nature in the Middle Ages

Dallas Museum of Art

December 4, 2016 through March 19, 2017

An exhibition exploring the various representations of nature in medieval art. The show is organized by the Musée de Cluny – Musée national du Moyen Âge in Paris, and that Dallas presentation of the show is curated by Nicole R. Myers.

Meandering, Abstractly

Gallerie Frank Elbaz

January 14 through March 25, 2017

An exhibition curated by Paul Galvez and featuring works by Martin Barré, Sheila Hicks, Julije Knifer, Mangelos, Bernard Piffaretti.

Heath West: Neighborhood of Infinity

Galleri Urbane Dallas

February 18 through March 25, 2017

A show of works by Houston artist Heath West. In his paintings and works on paper, West combines references to the history of painting with framing elements that evoke classical cinema to investigate the "historic relationship between realism and spatial abstraction."

Robert Hudson: Between the Lines

Bivins Gallery

February 18 through March 25, 2017

From the gallery: "In Between the Lines, Robert Hudson expertly juxtaposes materials, textures, and colors as his signature wit challenges the viewer in comprehending the complexity of his work in two dimensions."

Fahamu Pecou: The People Could Fly

Conduit Gallery

February 18 through March 25, 2017

A show of large-scale drawings and an installation by Atlanta-based artist Fahamu Pecou. "Pecou uses the art of “shoefiti” (the act of throwing a pair of shoes onto telephone wires, powerlines, or other raised wires) as an allegory for overcoming and escaping one’s limitations - both those assumed and implied."

Barsamian: Bizarro

Conduit Gallery

February 18 through March 25, 2017

A show of works by Dallas artist Barsamian. The pieces in the exhibition refer to historical events and their contemporary relevence, commenting on immigration and cultural heritage.

Maria Molteni: NCAA Presents... Sidelines: Soft Power in the Margins

Conduit Gallery

February 18 through March 25, 2017

A show of works by members of the NCAA (New Craft Artists in Action). Founded by artist Maria Molteni, the NCAA is an international artist collective that works "to integrate the skills, materials, and histories of many intersecting disciplines: athletics, craft, public space, aesthetics, labor, recreation, and feminism."

TRANSFORMED

Site 131

February 18 through March 25, 2017

An exhibition of works that address how we dream of money and human relations. Featured artists include Fritzia Irizar, Hilly Holsonback, and Stefanos Tsivopoulos.

Lily Hanson & Brad Tucker

Kirk Hopper Fine Art

February 18 through March 25, 2017

A show of works by Dallas artist Lily Hanson and Austin artist Brad Tucker. Both artists in the show similarly utilize shape, color and texture to create objects that seem to be at home in a domestic setting.

Patti Oleon: Neither Here Nor There

Cris Worley Fine Arts

February 18 through March 25, 2017

Patti Oleon creates oil paintings that take imagery from her own photographs of public spaces. By layering multiple images of the same location, Oleon creates environments that become temporarily obscured by themselves.

Mayra Barraza: History Lessons

Liliana Bloch Gallery

February 18 through March 25, 2017

An exhibition of works by artist Mayra Barraza. Barraza combines Pre-Columbian imagery with the current violent movements in El Salvador in an attempt to "bring the viewer closer to the experience of living in a society full of contradictions that rejects its own historical exploration."

Through Thick and Thin: Image Painting Today

Erin Cluley Gallery

February 18 through March 25, 2017

An exhibition exploring how "imagistic painting has persisted and also radically changed today." Featuring works by Amna Asghar, Nadia Ayari, Dennis Congdon, Hilary Doyle, Anthony Giannini, Sedrick Huckaby, and Francisco Moreno.

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Various Venues

February 1 through April 1, 2017

A new media happening. For more details: http://18007892228.com/Call: 800 789 2228 to access virtual convenings on three different singularities:Press 1 for Hydrology Press 2 for Material Press 3 for FinanceTo return to the main menu, press #Virtual Conference 2017 by William Sarradet An informal speculation conference on the future of hydrology, material and finance. in association with the society of something.The Virtual Conference will conclude with a private presentation on the subject of SaaS products and their role in New Media art. An invitational event set for Spring is forthcoming.Speakers: -Morehshin Allahyhari and Sam Robinson with Patrick Romeo -Carolyn Sortor and Marcos Yturri -Peter Fend

Season of Soundings: New Music at the Nasher

Nasher Sculpture Center

December 15, 2016 through April 9, 2017

The seventh annual Soundings: New Music at the Nasher concert series. This year's program features works by Erwin Schulhoff, Steve Reich, Richard Wagner and John Cage, along with a three-day program dedicated to composer Jörg Widmann.

True South

Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery

February 18 through April 15, 2017

An exhibition of photographs documenting the people and landscapes of America's Deep South. Artists featured in the show include Keith Carter, Ferne Koch, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Clarence John Laughlin, Danny Lyons, Birney Imes, Brandon Thibodeaux, Jack Delano, Shelby Lee Adams, Peter Brown, and William Christenberry.

Donald Sultan: The Disaster Paintings

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

February 19 through April 23, 2017

A show of Donald Sultan's Disaster Paintings series. Many of this works in this series depict "robust, man-made structures, such as factories and train cars, that exhibit a level of fragility in their propensity to be unhinged by catastrophic events." The large-scale paintings depict forest fires, air pollution, and railway accents in an attempt to immortalize contemporary society.

Richard Serra: Prints

Nasher Sculpture Center

January 28 through April 23, 2017

An exhibition of prints by artist Richard Serra. Many of the works in the show reference Serra's large-scale Cor-Ten steel sculptures and were printed at the Los Angeles printshop Gemini G.E.L.

Joan Winter: Edge of Light

Holly Johnson Gallery

February 18 through April 29, 2017

A show of new paintings, sculptures, and prints by Dallas artist Joan Winter. The works in the exhibition explore ideas of inquiry, time, memory, movement, and light.

Ultra-Seeing

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.

Hide & Horn on the Chisholm Trail

Sid Richardson Museum

January 6 through May 28, 2017

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Chisholm Trail, the Sid Richardson Museum is presenting an exhibition of items that relate to the cattle-trail era and the greatest migration of livestock in world history.

Passages in Modern Art: 1946 – 1996

Dallas Museum of Art

March 13, 2016 through May 28, 2017

A show of works from the DMA's contemporary art collection. Artists represented in the show include Bernd and Hilla Becher, Philip Guston, Jasper Johns, Yayoi Kusama, and Mark Rothko, among others.

Waxed: Batik from Java

Dallas Museum of Art

September 25, 2016 through September 10, 2017

"Drawn from the DMA’s collection, Waxed: Batik from Java presents a selection of Javanese batik made in the West and Central regions, where the main batik production was centered during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Batik is a wax-resist process for dye-decorating cloth. In Indonesia, batik is especially associated with the island of Java."

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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