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UPCOMING EVENTS

ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Sunday,  2.14.16

Closing

Kyle Steed: Where Past and Future Come T/gether

Sunday,  2.14.16   |   7 am – 7 pm
An exhibition of wall murals by artist Kyle Steed. The works manifest as outward expressions of inner struggles. Additionally, throughout the run of the show, the murals will progress and change as they near completion.
Dallas  |  Umbrella Gallery

Friday,  2.19.16

Saturday,  2.20.16

Artist talk

Transmission

Saturday,  2.20.16   |   2–3:30 pm
An exhibition of works by TCU's MFA candidates. Work by: Amanda Arredondo, Mason Bryant, Erika Duque, Hayley Fowler, Barbara Horlander, Layla Luna, Kiran Sattar & Audrey Travis.
Fort Worth  |  Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
Conversation

Colette Copeland: Becoming Colette

Saturday,  2.20.16   |   4–5:30 pm
An exhibition of new work by Dallas artist Colette Copeland. From The Reading Room:Copeland's work examines issues surrounding gender, history and contemporary culture. The exhibition will feature video, prints and sculpture that take the viewer on a performative journey into the literary history of Paris and the writings of the iconic French author Colette.
Dallas  |  The Reading Room
Opening

Rusty Scruby: Firesticks

Saturday,  2.20.16   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition of new works inspired by the artist's recent move to a new studio and the death of a close friend. The work in this show is inspired by cycles of life and rebirth, coping with unexpected change, and the perfect geometry of nature.
Dallas  |  Cris Worley Fine Arts
Opening

Matt Rich: Tilt & Table

Saturday,  2.20.16   |   6–8 pm
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.
Dallas  |  Holly Johnson Gallery
Opening

Dylan Cale Jones: Good Work

Saturday,  2.20.16   |   6–8:30 pm
An exhibition by Chicago-based artist Dylan Cale Jones. The work in the show explores "Jones' perception of the concept of "work" and the psychological effects associated with it."
Dallas  |  Galleri Urbane Dallas
Opening

Not Photography

Saturday,  2.20.16   |   6–8 pm
A group exhibition of work by artists that are challenging the traditional languages of photographic process. Featuring works by Chivas Clem, Adrián Fernández, Hillary Holsonback, Emily Peacock, Kevin Todora, and Jason Willaford.
Dallas   |  Erin Cluley Gallery
Opening

HOT & WET

Saturday,  2.20.16   |   6–10 pm
Houston takes Dallas. Works by Bill Willis, Bradley Kerl, Alika Herreshoff, Lane Hagood, Angel Oloshove, Katy Heinlein, Heath West, Jonathan Ryan Storm, and Dylan Roberts.

Thursday,  2.25.16

Conversation

Wouldn’t it be nice…Selections from San Diego

Thursday,  2.25.16   |   9:30–10:30 am
An exhibition organized by good good things, a San Diego-based curatorial duo consisting of John Oliver Lewis and Jessica McCambly. The show will feature work by San Diego-based artists Jennifer Anne Bennett, Matthew Bradley, scott b. davis, Kelly Eginton, Steve Gibson, Matthew Hebert, John Brinton Hogan, Jim Machacek, Josh Pavlick, Don Porcella, Sasha Koozel Reibstein, Philipp Scholz Rittermann, Emily Sevier, Jason Sherry, Jones von Jonestein, Allison Wiese, Chantal Wnuk, and Joe Yorty.
Closing

Wouldn’t it be nice…Selections from San Diego

Thursday,  2.25.16   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition organized by good good things, a San Diego-based curatorial duo consisting of John Oliver Lewis and Jessica McCambly. The show will feature work by San Diego-based artists Jennifer Anne Bennett, Matthew Bradley, scott b. davis, Kelly Eginton, Steve Gibson, Matthew Hebert, John Brinton Hogan, Jim Machacek, Josh Pavlick, Don Porcella, Sasha Koozel Reibstein, Philipp Scholz Rittermann, Emily Sevier, Jason Sherry, Jones von Jonestein, Allison Wiese, Chantal Wnuk, and Joe Yorty.

Saturday,  2.27.16

Monday,  2.29.16

Wednesday,  3.2.16

Thursday,  3.3.16

Reception

Black Faces and White Walls

Thursday,  3.3.16   |   12–2 pm
"This exhibition is a space that invokes emotions, a space to connect and investigate social commentary around black identity. The explosions of colors reflect these emotions, writing history on black faces, and complimenting the use of black bodies in space."

Saturday,  3.5.16

Sunday,  3.13.16

Monday,  3.14.16

Thursday,  3.17.16

Saturday,  3.19.16

Tuesday,  3.22.16

Tuesday,  3.29.16

Thursday,  3.31.16

Tuesday,  4.5.16

Thursday,  4.7.16

Friday,  4.8.16

Sunday,  4.10.16

Tuesday,  4.12.16

Wednesday,  4.13.16

Sunday,  4.17.16

On View

Frank Stella: A Retrospective

Sunday,  4.17.16   |   10 am – 5 pm
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.

Tuesday,  4.19.16

Thursday,  4.21.16

Lecture

Vermeer Suite: Music in 17th-Century Dutch Painting

Thursday,  4.21.16   |   7–9 pm
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.
Dallas  |  Dallas Museum of Art

Wednesday,  4.27.16

Thursday,  4.28.16

Friday,  4.29.16

Saturday,  4.30.16

Tuesday,  5.3.16

Wednesday,  5.4.16

Thursday,  5.5.16

Tuesday,  5.10.16

Friday,  5.13.16

Tuesday,  5.17.16

Friday,  5.20.16

Sunday,  5.22.16

Tuesday,  5.31.16

Thursday,  6.2.16

Saturday,  6.4.16

Friday,  6.10.16

Monday,  6.20.16

Friday,  6.24.16

Thursday,  7.7.16

Thursday,  8.4.16

The Lie of the Land

January 19 through February 18, 2016
An exhibition of landscape works from the TCU Permanent Art Collection. Featuring works by James Blake, Christopher Bond, Lois Connor, Ken Dixon, John Guerin, Billy Hassell, Alfred Jansson, Josephine Mahaffey, Henri Maik, Wayne McKinzie, Thomas McKnight, Peter Milton, Gordon Mortensen, J.A. Pecsenke, Patrick Procktor, Patricia Richards, Allison V. Smith, Tomikichiro Tokuriki, Bror Utter, Andy Warhol and Jim Woodson.

Kyle Steed: Where Past and Future Come T/gether

January 11 through February 19, 2016
An exhibition of wall murals by artist Kyle Steed. The works manifest as outward expressions of inner struggles. Additionally, throughout the run of the show, the murals will progress and change as they near completion.
Dallas |  Umbrella Gallery

Poetic Leanings

February 7 through 19, 2016
An exhibition featuring works by Aaron Hollingsworth, Alex Ruuska, Kelli Gill, Laura Carter, Logan Robicheaux, Nat Olmo, and Nickolai Lanier. The show is curated by Nickolai Lanier.
Denton |  UNT Union Gallery

Joseph Havel: Spill

January 16 through February 20, 2016
An exhibition of new drawings and sculptures by Joseph Havel. The works in the show are a response to a poem by Dean Young entitled “How to Draw a Circle.”
Dallas |  Talley Dunn Gallery

Sarah Williams: Area Codes

January 16 through February 20, 2016
An exhibition of new paintings by Sarah Williams. In her practice, Williams paints scenes from photographs and explores the different moods landscapes can evoke.
Dallas |  Talley Dunn Gallery

Colette Copeland: Becoming Colette

January 16 through February 20, 2016
An exhibition of new work by Dallas artist Colette Copeland. From The Reading Room:Copeland's work examines issues surrounding gender, history and contemporary culture. The exhibition will feature video, prints and sculpture that take the viewer on a performative journey into the literary history of Paris and the writings of the iconic French author Colette.
Dallas |  The Reading Room

Collections, Cultures, and Collaborations: German Expressionist Prints from the Collection of Gus Kopriva

January 21 through February 20, 2016
An exhibition of woodcuts, etchings and lithographs from the collection of Gus Kopriva. The show will feature works by Max Beckmann, Marc Chagall, Lyonel Feininger, Conrad Felixmüller, Rudolph Grossmann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Kathë Kollwitz, Gerhard Marcks, Edvard Munch, Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein, Christian Rohlfs, and Arnold Topp.
Denton |  UNT Art Gallery

Wouldn’t it be nice…Selections from San Diego

January 25 through February 25, 2016
An exhibition organized by good good things, a San Diego-based curatorial duo consisting of John Oliver Lewis and Jessica McCambly. The show will feature work by San Diego-based artists Jennifer Anne Bennett, Matthew Bradley, scott b. davis, Kelly Eginton, Steve Gibson, Matthew Hebert, John Brinton Hogan, Jim Machacek, Josh Pavlick, Don Porcella, Sasha Koozel Reibstein, Philipp Scholz Rittermann, Emily Sevier, Jason Sherry, Jones von Jonestein, Allison Wiese, Chantal Wnuk, and Joe Yorty.

Color Contained

January 25 through February 25, 2016
An exhibition featuring works by Nate Cassie, Vincent Falsetta, Tom Hollenback, Ansen Seale, Russell Stephenson, Cornelia White Swann and Julia Trinh.

Transmission

January 15 through February 26, 2016
An exhibition of works by TCU's MFA candidates. Work by: Amanda Arredondo, Mason Bryant, Erika Duque, Hayley Fowler, Barbara Horlander, Layla Luna, Kiran Sattar & Audrey Travis.

The Oil and Gas Show

January 28 through February 26, 2016
An exhibition featuring works by Brian Wagner (Philadelphia, PA), Jonas Criscoe, Thomas Macker (Jackson, WY), Nikki Moser, David Grassman (Pinedale, WY), Liz Appling (Austin, TX), and Dallas-based artists William Messimer and Blake Boettcher.

Dace Lucia Kidd: Americana

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.

Pushing Boundaries

January 30 through March 1, 2016
An exhibition featuring works by Paul Kremer and Eduardo Portillo.
Dallas |  Site 131

Alexander Gorlizki: Variable Dimensions

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.

Black Faces and White Walls

January 28 through March 3, 2016
"This exhibition is a space that invokes emotions, a space to connect and investigate social commentary around black identity. The explosions of colors reflect these emotions, writing history on black faces, and complimenting the use of black bodies in space."

22nd Annual El Corazón Exhibition

February 6 through March 5, 2016
Fitting for Valentine's Day: an exhibition about the heart. Featuring works by Thomas Alonso, Robin Bachtler Cushman, Mauricio Stephan Barragan, Sal Barron, Dan Birlew, Lindsay Brennan, Chelsea Brock-Hoberer, Tarran Caldwell, Kim Carothers, Gabrielle Castañeda-Pruitt, Cynthia M. Daniel, Danielle Dillon, Dan Dudley, Brett Dyer, Cenya Eichengreen, Colleen Falco, S.G. Garcia, Jessica Gengenbach, Denise Althea Graham, Michael Graham, Cynthia Green, Rebecca Guy, Julie Henslee, Orlando Hernandez, Bobbie Howard, La Quinta Howard, Joanna LaGrone-Headrick, Eli Lorenz, S. Chuck McCarter, Rose Marie Mercado, Vincent Morin, Jr., Louise Murdock, Kristi Angelic Narvaez, Rebeca Navarro, Johnny Perez, Kathleen A. Raymond, Esperanza B. Rodriguez, Carlos Quadra, Liliana Ramirez, Ann Ranson, Marty Ray, Richard Ray, Marc Reeves, Janet Reynolds, Evelyn Rojo, Lesley Rucker, Balmore Salazar, Lowell Sargeant, Kate Schatz, Elizabeth Schowachert, Sabine Senft, Kelly Shipley, CeCe Skeith, Pam Stern, Sammy L. Thomason, Alexandra Tomalá, Jose Vargas, VET, Lisa Vollrath, Patricia Waas, and M.E. Wilcox.

Lips Like Sugar

February 5 through March 5, 2016
A show featuring Robert Melton, M. Mendez and Emily Peacock. Curated by Margaret Meehan.
Dallas |  Beefhaus

Andy Don Emmons: Shabby Saints and The Rusty HooDoo Blues

January 23 through March 6, 2016
From the gallery: "This is work equivilant to a squaling blues geetar solo out of a busted amp in some lowdown juke joint on a Saturday night. Take another pull off that cold brew and wipe the sweat off your soul cause this is about being up into the real thang! You know what I'm talkin about!"Do we know what they're talking about?
Dallas |  Mighty Fine Arts

Elizabeth Hurtado & Andie Sterling: Ebb

February 7 through March 6, 2016
A collaborative work by Elizabeth Hurtado & Andie Sterling. Through their collaboration, the artists "explore the role of patterns, both physical and immaterial, and how they affect us, including the way in which they replicate and repeat, often automatically and unconsciously."
Dallas |  TERRAIN Dallas

Raw Talent: 500X College Expo

February 13 through March 6, 2016
An annual juried expo of college students from around Texas. This year's juror is Ariel Saldivar, the Founder and Executive Director of ArtPrize Dallas.
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Seth Lorenz: Rabbit Holes

February 13 through March 6, 2016
An exhibition of works by artist Seth Lorenz. The pieces in the show deal with issues around "dysfunctional domestic environments."
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Oscar Berglund: Somewhere in Between

January 9 through March 19, 2016
An exhibition of works by Oscar Berglund. "Diving deeper into process as cumulative, productive, and encapsulating, the artist searches for what underlies built surroundings. He examines the inherent erosion within and of monuments."
DALLAS |  CYDONIA

Aura Satz: Her Marks, a Measure

January 16 through March 20, 2016
An exhibition of works by London-based artist Aura Satz. This show includes Between the Bullet and the Hole, a newly commissioned film focusing on the role of women in ballistic research and early computing
Dallas |  Dallas Contemporary

30th Anniversary Exhibition

February 13 through March 26, 2016
An exhibition celebrating 30 years of the gallery. This will also be the gallery's last show at its current location, before it moves to 215 Cole St. Artists in the show include: Tom Orr, Linnea Glatt, John Pomara, Ann StautbergJonathan Cross, Nathan Green, Luke Harnden, Terrell James, Ellsworth Kelly, Darryl Lauster, Lawrence Lee, Kirsten Macy, Michael C. McMillen, Michael Miller, John-Paul Philippe, Dan Rizzie, Andrea Rosenberg, Johnnie Winona Ross, Allison V. Smith, Ann Stautberg, Lorraine Tady, John Wilcox, Robert Wilhite, Leslie Wilkes, Danny Williams, and Mark Williams.

Ann Veronica Janssens

January 23 through April 17, 2016
An exhibition of works by Brussels-based artist Ann Veronica Janssens. For this show, Janssens has created sculptures that play with the eye, in which viewers "encounter shifts in surface, depth, and color, challenging perception and destabilizing their sense of sight and space."

FOCUS: Glenn Kaino

January 30 through April 17, 2016
An exhibition of works by artist Glenn Kaino. The artist is versitile with his use of materials, paying close attention to the ideas and histories they communicate.

Vermeer Suite: Music in 17th-Century Dutch Painting

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.
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