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Tuesday,  4.25.17

Wednesday,  4.26.17

Film

#28Grams

Wednesday,  4.26.17   |   7–9:30 pm
An exhibition featuring 28 artists who have garnered online fame by using Instagram. Artists in the show include: Dan Lam, Arthur Brouthers, Alonsa Guevara, Will Heron, Riley Holloway, Michael Vasquez, Hillary Dohoney, Drigo, Kit King, Andre Veloux, Jerome Lagarrigue, Joseph Grazi, Eric Inkala, Lauren Childs, Douglas Hoekzema, Leigh Ann Williams, Tim Okamura, Sergio Garcia, Slinkachu, Whisbe, Marshall Harris, DJ Perera, Ben Willis, Jessica Gordon, Schoony, Jessica McClendon, Chris Bingham, and Jesse Sierra Hernandez.
Fort Worth  |  Fort Works Art

Thursday,  4.27.17

Friday,  4.28.17

Reception

Painting Expanded

Friday,  4.28.17   |   5–8 pm
A show of "mixed media paintings exploring contemporary approaches using different materials."
Arlington  |  Studio Arts Center, UTA
Special event

Recuerdo: Early Texas Art from Fort Worth Collections

Friday,  4.28.17   |   5:30–9 pm
An exhibition featuring 57 works created by Texan artists from 1928 to 1986. Some of the festured artists include David Adickes, Marjorie Baltzel, Bill Bomar, Jack Boynton, Cynthia Brants, Don Brown, David Brownlow, Kelly Fearing, Michael Frary, Stuart Gentling, Lloyd Goff, Xavier Gonzalez, George Grammer, Veronica Helfensteller, Blanche McVeigh, Stephen Thomas Rascoe, Alice Reynolds and others.
Performance

Dallas Medianale

Friday,  4.28.17   |   7:30–10:30 pm
An exhibition featuring works by local and national artists working in various forms of real-time, audio-visual performance. Performance artists include Kristin Reeves, Limited Hangout, Karine Fleurima, and Therefore.

Saturday,  4.29.17

Special event

Recuerdo: Early Texas Art from Fort Worth Collections

Saturday,  4.29.17   |   9:30 am – 7 pm
An exhibition featuring 57 works created by Texan artists from 1928 to 1986. Some of the festured artists include David Adickes, Marjorie Baltzel, Bill Bomar, Jack Boynton, Cynthia Brants, Don Brown, David Brownlow, Kelly Fearing, Michael Frary, Stuart Gentling, Lloyd Goff, Xavier Gonzalez, George Grammer, Veronica Helfensteller, Blanche McVeigh, Stephen Thomas Rascoe, Alice Reynolds and others.

Sunday,  4.30.17

Special event

Recuerdo: Early Texas Art from Fort Worth Collections

Sunday,  4.30.17   |   9 am – 2 pm
An exhibition featuring 57 works created by Texan artists from 1928 to 1986. Some of the festured artists include David Adickes, Marjorie Baltzel, Bill Bomar, Jack Boynton, Cynthia Brants, Don Brown, David Brownlow, Kelly Fearing, Michael Frary, Stuart Gentling, Lloyd Goff, Xavier Gonzalez, George Grammer, Veronica Helfensteller, Blanche McVeigh, Stephen Thomas Rascoe, Alice Reynolds and others.
Film

Ultra-Seeing

Sunday,  4.30.17   |   2–3 pm
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.
Performance

Dallas Medianale

Sunday,  4.30.17   |   7 pm – 12 am
An exhibition featuring works by local and national artists working in various forms of real-time, audio-visual performance. Performance artists include Kristin Reeves, Limited Hangout, Karine Fleurima, and Therefore.

Friday,  5.5.17

Saturday,  5.6.17

Performance

Rebirth in the Garden

Saturday,  5.6.17   |   8–10 pm
Rebirth in the Garden is a performance installation written and directed by Terrance Brooks and featuring visual and costume designs by Dustin Box. Through its setting, a twenty-first century version of the Garden of Eden, Brooks' performance deals with issues of pollution and our need to protect the environment.
Dallas  |  Haley-Henman Gallery

Saturday,  5.13.17

Performance

Rebirth in the Garden

Saturday,  5.13.17   |   8–10 pm
Rebirth in the Garden is a performance installation written and directed by Terrance Brooks and featuring visual and costume designs by Dustin Box. Through its setting, a twenty-first century version of the Garden of Eden, Brooks' performance deals with issues of pollution and our need to protect the environment.
Dallas  |  Haley-Henman Gallery

Thursday,  5.18.17

Conversation

John Henry

Thursday,  5.18.17   |   6:30–8 pm
A show of works by artist John Henry. Henry is known mainly for his large-scale public artworks, one of which is located on Ross Street in the Dallas Art District.

Saturday,  5.20.17

Performance

Rebirth in the Garden

Saturday,  5.20.17   |   8–10 pm
Rebirth in the Garden is a performance installation written and directed by Terrance Brooks and featuring visual and costume designs by Dustin Box. Through its setting, a twenty-first century version of the Garden of Eden, Brooks' performance deals with issues of pollution and our need to protect the environment.
Dallas  |  Haley-Henman Gallery

Sunday,  5.21.17

Film

Ultra-Seeing

Sunday,  5.21.17   |   2–3 pm
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.

Saturday,  5.27.17

Closing

Dallas Medianale

Saturday,  5.27.17   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition featuring works by local and national artists working in various forms of real-time, audio-visual performance. Performance artists include Kristin Reeves, Limited Hangout, Karine Fleurima, and Therefore.
Performance

Rebirth in the Garden

Saturday,  5.27.17   |   8–10 pm
Rebirth in the Garden is a performance installation written and directed by Terrance Brooks and featuring visual and costume designs by Dustin Box. Through its setting, a twenty-first century version of the Garden of Eden, Brooks' performance deals with issues of pollution and our need to protect the environment.
Dallas  |  Haley-Henman Gallery

Existing Within

April 24 through 28, 2017
An exhibition featuring works by graduating TCU BFA students Michelle Bonilla, Casey Leone, Sam Granado, Joelle Nagy and Olivia Nucci. "Through photographs, prints, paintings and sculptures, each artist produces work that physically manifests what exists within."

Joan Winter: Edge of Light

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.

Strange Affinities: John Mattson and Danville Chadbourne

March 25 through April 29, 2017
A show of works by painter John Mattson and sculptor Danville Chadbourne. The exhibition, which was curated by Diana Roberts, "explores the underlying affinities between the works of two friends committed to commenting on the human experience through distinct yet curiously compatible means."

Alan Ross: Art of the Gelatin Silver Print

March 23 through April 29, 2017
An exhibition of gelatin silver print photographs by Alan Ross. The show highlights Ross' 45 years of work and features a multitude of subjects: landscapes, still lifes, architectural photographs, and more.
Dallas |  Sun to Moon Gallery

Clint Bargers: B E F O R E

April 8 through 30, 2017
A show of new paintings by Clint Bargers. The works are made with construction materials and sand in an attempt to reimagine landscape and it's affect on memory and personal identity.
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Recuerdo: Early Texas Art from Fort Worth Collections

April 7 through 30, 2017
An exhibition featuring 57 works created by Texan artists from 1928 to 1986. Some of the festured artists include David Adickes, Marjorie Baltzel, Bill Bomar, Jack Boynton, Cynthia Brants, Don Brown, David Brownlow, Kelly Fearing, Michael Frary, Stuart Gentling, Lloyd Goff, Xavier Gonzalez, George Grammer, Veronica Helfensteller, Blanche McVeigh, Stephen Thomas Rascoe, Alice Reynolds and others.

Size Doesn't Matter: 6 inches or less

April 8 through 30, 2017
Size Doesn't Matter: 6 inches or less is a group show of small work by current 500X members. Artists include:  Lindsey Larsen, Ashley Whitt, Sheryl Anaya, Steven Foutch, Bernardo Cantu, Clint Bargers, Justin Strickland, Rachel Muldez, Lynne Bowman Cravens, Seth Lorenz, Julie Libersat, Rachel Livedalen, Kalee Appleton, Valerie Powell, and James Talambas.
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Kelsey Anne Heimerman: The American Dream

April 22 through 30, 2017
A show of works by Kelsey Anne Heimerman. In her oil paintings, Heimerman creates distorted figures that reflect our contemporary world. The show will also feature glass works by the artist's mother, Christine Heimerman.

True South

February 18 through May 6, 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.

Al Souza: Puzzle Works

March 25 through May 6, 2017
A show of Al Souza's puzzle works. The pieces in the exhibition are meant to challenge the definition of painting by "altering traditions of medium and application."
Fort Worth |  Artspace 111

Nic Nicosia: at home on time

April 1 through May 6, 2017
A show of works by Nic Nicosia. To create his photographs, Nicosia manipulates interior spaces with lighting and sculptural elements that add to or distract from the characteristics of his chosen vignette.
Dallas  |  Erin Cluley Gallery

Jack Whitten: Earlier Works

April 1 through May 6, 2017
A show of paintings and works on paper by Jack Whitten. The pieces in the exhibition, which were likely created in the late 1960s, reference race, cosmology, music, and politics.
Dallas |  Bivins Gallery

Simeen Farhat: Blood Shot is Blood Loved

April 1 through May 6, 2017
Artist Simeen Farhat often uses cast resin and acrylic to create sculptures that play with form and shadow. For the pieces in this exhibition, "Farhat re-creates the moment a large-scale drop of blood hits ground, capturing the reverberating effects released by a passionate burst of energy."

FUN

April 1 through May 6, 2017
A show curated by Benjamin Terry and featuring works by Sterling Allen, Michael Blair, Benjamin Edmiston, Bradley Kerl, Allison Reimus, and Jonathan Ryan Storm. All of the artists in the exhibition make works that use overt or subtle humor to beckon the viewer into their own visual language.

Vince Jones

April 1 through May 6, 2017
In his work, Dallas artist Vince Jones uses found objects and recycled text to create assemblages that "suggest the neo-era of American arte povera."

Stephen D’Onofrio: Ready For Print

April 1 through May 6, 2017
"Stephen D’Onofrio's work explores the relationship between physical spaces and the objects we fill them with. Focusing on typical domestic household ornamentation, his work seeks to reduce these familiar, but inherently empty, objects into a simple symbology that can be admired for carrying formal sensibilities."

Linda Gossett: THE GLITTERING GATEWAY TO DISTINCTION

April 22 through May 6, 2017
"The Glittering Gateway To Distinction is a collection of porcelain assemblages by Linda Gossett. Staring with a curious cache of found plaster molds, Gossett casts and reassembles, creating talismanic forms that appear oddly familiar and absurd at the same time."
Dallas |  JM Gallery

Darryl Lauster: Less the Remainder

April 1 through May 13, 2017
A site-specific installation by Darryl Lauster. The artist on his installation: “Less the Remainder is a work that investigates the ethics in contemporary America using material analogies that point to anxiety, economics, and agency.”

Gabriel Dawe: Plexus 37

April 1 through May 13, 2017
An installation by Dallas artist Gabriel Dawe. Plexus 37 utilizes silver metallic thread in an attempt to represent the literal “silver lining” of increased engagement and mobilization.
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

Sarah Ball: Kindred

April 1 through May 13, 2017
A show of new paintings and drawings by British artist Sarah Ball. The works in the exhibition use two 20th century photographic archives as source material for intimately sized artworks that comment on immigration and international policy.
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

Ellen George: April

April 1 through May 13, 2017
A show of works by Washington-based artist Ellen George. The pieces in the exhibition take cues from nature, biology, and George's sense of place.
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

RAWIYA: We Do Not Choose Our Dictators

March 4 through May 15, 2017
An exhibition of documentary photographs by the artist collective RAWIYA (Myriam Abdelaziz, Tamara Abdul Hadi, Tasneem Alsultan, Zied Ben Romdhane, Laura Boushnak, and Tanya Habjouqa). In the exhibition, RAWIYA hopes to highlight stories that they feel are invisible.

#28Grams

March 23 through May 20, 2017
An exhibition featuring 28 artists who have garnered online fame by using Instagram. Artists in the show include: Dan Lam, Arthur Brouthers, Alonsa Guevara, Will Heron, Riley Holloway, Michael Vasquez, Hillary Dohoney, Drigo, Kit King, Andre Veloux, Jerome Lagarrigue, Joseph Grazi, Eric Inkala, Lauren Childs, Douglas Hoekzema, Leigh Ann Williams, Tim Okamura, Sergio Garcia, Slinkachu, Whisbe, Marshall Harris, DJ Perera, Ben Willis, Jessica Gordon, Schoony, Jessica McClendon, Chris Bingham, and Jesse Sierra Hernandez.
Fort Worth |  Fort Works Art

Ultra-Seeing

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.

UNEXPECTED

April 1 through May 27, 2017
A show featuring works by Jaime Tarazona, Nina Katchadourian, and Cameron Schoepp.
Dallas |  Site 131

Passages in Modern Art: 1946 – 1996

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.

Turn and Face the Strange

March 11 through June 3, 2017
An themed exhibition featuring work that discusses the idea of changing. Artists include Theresa Brooks, June Covington, Jamie Gardner, Sarah Graham, Douglas Gray, Emily Maness, Sandra Morante, Jessica Sinks, Hannah Tyler, and Kendra Wiggins.
Cedar Hill |  Sly Cat Gallery

William Betts: Color Space

April 1 through June 10, 2017
A show of new works by Miami-based artist William Betts. The paintings in the exhibition are inspired by technological processes and created through an automated technique.

Anna Kunz: Heroes for Ghosts

April 1 through June 17, 2017
An exhibition by artist Anna Kunz. Utilizing wall paintings, installation, and site-specific sculptures, Kunz aims to break the traditional boundaries of art viewing by inviting visitors to touch and walk among her works.

Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture

March 26 through June 26, 2017
A retrospective of architect Louis Kahn's work. The show features architectural models, drawings, photographs, and films that were essential to Kahn's process. Kahn is the architect of the Kimbell Art Museum's original building.
Fort Worth |  Kimbell Art Museum

Ann Glazer: Stay in Touch

April 1 through July 1, 2017
A new large-scale outdoor artwork by Ann Glazer. The piece is an ode back to the days when "an acquaintance's phone number would be scribbled on a scrap of paper, a make-shift surface or the back of a hand." The 19-foot printed vinyl banner shows a leaf that has been inscribed with a phone number.

PARIS TEXAS

April 1 through July 1, 2017
PARIS TEXAS explores the modernist fascination with things like deserts, towering concrete overpasses, drive-in banks, billboards, and stripclubs. The show features works by Francis Alÿs, Davide Balula, Julie Cook, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Ruscha, and Blair Thurman.

Frida Kahlo

March 1 through July 15, 2017
An exhibition of photographic portraits of Frida Kahlo. The show features portraits of Kahlo taken by Lucienne Bloch, Nickolas Muray, and Delilah Montoya.

AS IS: Rural Realism

March 23 through August 12, 2017
A show of works by contemporary realist artists who attempt to "create unique ways of seeing just how significant the seemingly insignificant can be." Featuring works by Randy Bacon, Daniel Blagg, Julie Bozzi, Lloyd Brown, Brian Cobble, Pat Gabriel, Woody Gwyn, Katie Maratta, and Sarah Williams.
Abilene |  Grace Museum

Ambreen Butt: What is left of me

April 8 through August 20, 2017
"Ambreen Butt’s What is left of me addresses current political oppression and violence globally through large-scale resin installations and collage-based works." The pieces in the show include themes of feminism, globalization, and identity.
Dallas |  Dallas Contemporary

Pia Camil: Bara, Bara, Bara

April 8 through August 20, 2017
A show of works by Mexico City-based artist Pia Camil. In her work, Camil explores themes of art history, consumerism, globalization, and the Mexican urban landscape
Dallas |  Dallas Contemporary

Keer Tanchak: Soft Orbit

April 8 through August 20, 2017
A site-specific exhibition by Dallas-based artist Keer Tanchak. "Tanchak’s approach to painting demonstrates how the medium is always operating in a web of tradition and cultural references. The exhibition serves as a metaphorical X-ray machine that exposes the building block of the language of painting: brushwork, color, and light."
Dallas |  Dallas Contemporary

Hide & Horn on the Chisholm Trail

January 6 through August 27, 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.
Ft. Worth |  Sid Richardson Museum

Waxed: Batik from Java

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."

Darryl Lauster: Trace

March 25, 2017 through March 25, 2018
A sculptural installation by Texas artist Darryl Lauster. For this piece, Lauster utilizes fragmentary Carrara marble tablets that have been inscribed with language sourced from various monuments and manifestos.

Gabriel Dawe: Plexus no. 34

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."

Sculpting Nature: Jade from the Collection

March 11, 2017 through December 31, 2021
An exhibition highlighting jade objects from the museum's collection. The pieces in the show reflect multiple aspects of Chinese culture—from archaic ritual, through the world of the scholars, to the refinements of courtly life.
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