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UPCOMING EVENTS

ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Thursday,  12.1.16

Friday,  12.2.16

Saturday,  12.3.16

Opening

Tangled Up in Blue

Saturday,  12.3.16   |   6–8 pm
A group show featuring works by Max Ernst, Martha Groome, Luke Harnden, Terrell James, Otis Jones, Ellsworth Kelly, Tom Orr, Andrea Rosenberg, Lorraine Tady, John Wilcox, Danny Williams, and Mark Williams. The show is organized around the color blue.
Dallas  |  Barry Whistler Gallery
Reception

Matt Bagley: Trans Dimensional Acquisitions

Saturday,  12.3.16   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition featuring works by artist Matt Bagley. "Bagley's imaginative reveries find their underpinnings in the humid backwaters of Southern Louisiana. Matt is a bona fide swamp child who evolved from the primordial muck and mire to emerge as an artist and master printmaker, as well as a pan-dimensional archeologist, skateboard activist theologian and homespun philosopher."
Dallas  |  Mighty Fine Arts
Opening

SIX

Saturday,  12.3.16   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition of small-scale works that invite close looking. Featuring works by Rebecca Shewmaker, Tiffany Milow, and others.
Fort Worth  |  Art Room
Opening

Jeff Gibbons: Clown Ambulance

Saturday,  12.3.16   |   6–8 pm
"Earthen materials such as clay and found objects are divorced of their practical usage and become part of a resonant feedback loop as Gibbons reaches into a spiritual world he himself acknowledges may not exist."
Dallas  |  Conduit Gallery

Sunday,  12.4.16

On View

Art and Nature in the Middle Ages

Sunday,  12.4.16   |   11 am – 5 pm
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.
Dallas  |  Dallas Museum of Art

Thursday,  12.8.16

Friday,  12.9.16

Saturday,  12.10.16

Opening

Sydney Williams

Saturday,  12.10.16   |   6–8 pm
A show of works by Fort Worth artist Sydney Williams. The pieces in the exhibition attempt to challenge the viewer's "sense of perception through sculpture."
DALLAS  |  CYDONIA

Sunday,  12.11.16

Film

Ultra-Seeing

Sunday,  12.11.16   |   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.

Wednesday,  12.14.16

Thursday,  12.15.16

Sunday,  1.8.17

Film

Ultra-Seeing

Sunday,  1.8.17   |   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.

Sunday,  2.12.17

Film

Ultra-Seeing

Sunday,  2.12.17   |   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.

Sunday,  3.12.17

Film

Ultra-Seeing

Sunday,  3.12.17   |   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.

Sunday,  4.30.17

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.

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.

Emily Speed: Body Builders

October 21 through December 3, 2016
An exhibition featuring a sculptural installation and film created during Emily Speed's residency with Art Galleries at TCU. The works "continues her exploration of the relationship between people and architecture—how people are shaped by the buildings they occupy and how a person inhabits their own psychological space.

Scott Bell: Howdy Neighbor

November 4 through December 3, 2016
A show of works by Dallas artist Scott Bell. From the artist: "Scott Bell paints in moments, cut and pasted together from shreds of memories and feelings that illustrate his journey. His narrative between object and pictorial space urge the viewer to consider the domestic landscape and its relation to boundaries, expectations, waste, and space."
Dallas |  Umbrella Gallery

Kalee Appleton: Platinum Package

November 12 through December 4, 2016
An exhibition of new photographic works by Kalee Appleton. "In a continued effort to reexamine the objecthood of photographic backdrops used in mainstream portrait studios, Appleton conceptualizes the photographic backdrop by making these large format backdrops the focal point within a real world landscape as well as using them as backdrops for additional backdrops."
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Valerie Powell: Choose Your Own Adventure

November 12 through December 4, 2016
An exhibition of drawings and small sculptures by Valerie Powell. "Inspired by the book series of the same name, Powell continues to investigate the human condition using shrinkable plastic as her primary medium."c
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Arbitrary Ambition

November 12 through December 4, 2016
"Arbitrary Ambition uses traditional craft techniques in order to subvert stereotypical ideas of gender. Embroidery, crochet, and domestic objects are used as a means to discuss the problematic associations of craft and femininity." The show is curated by Rachel Livedalen and featuring work by Michelle Bonilla, Nicole Bosley, Carlee Cox, Sam Granado, Joelle Nagy, and Olivia Nucci.
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Bury Them Breathing

November 12 through December 4, 2016
An exhibition of works by Michael Farmer. The show, which is curated by Steven Foutch, addresses issues of  race, war, immigration, and politics.
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

September 16 through December 10, 2016
An exhibition organized by the Greater Denton Arts Council in partnership with guest curator Josh Rose and featuring original illustrations, published works, scripts, and sketches that explore the history and future of comic production. The show includes works by Jack Kirby, Curt Swan, Keith Giffen, Stan Lee, and Richard Sala, as well as the characters of Wonder Woman, Superman, and Silver Surfer.

deadWEST: STRUCTURE AND CHANGE

October 22 through December 10, 2016
A group exhibition featuring works by Stephen Battle, Danville Chadbourne, Janet Chaffee and Benito Huerta, Christian De Leon, Trey Egan, Angel Fernandez, John Hartley, Omar Hernandez, Trish Igo and Jill O’Brien, Carol Ivey, John Matson, Jason Reynaga, Winter Rusiloski, Fred Spaulding, Evan Summer, Elaine Taylor, Giovanni Valderas, Ron Watson, and Tiffany Wolf Smith.

Joshua von Ammon: Deep Purple

November 19 through December 10, 2016
An exhibition by Dallas artist Joshua von Ammon. "Von Ammon's Deep Purple applies minimal approaches to painting through use of natural hand-dyeing canvas, and Mad Libs-style text appropriation. Meditating somewhere between the cacophony of Twitter culture, and the serenity of Zen's escapism, von Ammon's work amalgamates popularized phrases stripped of context to be used as arbitrarily as any abstract gesture."

Sean P. Miller: Gazing Reflecting Unknown

November 19 through December 10, 2016
"Sean P. Miller's new works highlight the value of contemplative experiences through optically engaging mixed reality forms." The exhibition includes new sculptures that incorporate the moving image in order to "speculate about dimensions beyond the scope of our understanding."

Basil Kincaid: R3clamation: Routes & Roots

October 28 through December 11, 2016
"For R3clamation: Routes & Roots, artist Basil Kincaid fills the gallery with assemblage quilts, sculptures, and garments, comprised of the clutter we encounter daily in our urban communities. Intimately relevant to their place of cultivation, the works become vessels for the black American body, imbued with the West African and American ancestral traditions that are steeped in the artist’s practice."

Matt Bagley: Trans Dimensional Acquisitions

November 5 through December 11, 2016
An exhibition featuring works by artist Matt Bagley. "Bagley's imaginative reveries find their underpinnings in the humid backwaters of Southern Louisiana. Matt is a bona fide swamp child who evolved from the primordial muck and mire to emerge as an artist and master printmaker, as well as a pan-dimensional archeologist, skateboard activist theologian and homespun philosopher."
Dallas |  Mighty Fine Arts

Freefall Festival

September 8 through December 17, 2016
A festival organized and curated by Dwayne Carter and Randall Garrett. This year's festival is "a group endeavor, with an updated theme designed to coincide with the 2016 Election, pitting ideas of Utopia and Paradise against one another in several exhibitions. Local artists explore the questions: “What is Paradise?” and “What is Utopia?” These questions are answered using a variety of media and styles with differing and sometimes even clashing conclusions, the body politic torn between personal and social desires—are there any winners? Are there losers?" For more info go here.Check out our event listings to see the festival's participating art exhibitions at Mighty Fine Arts, Ro2, CentralTrak, and El Centro College.

Paradise: No Time Zone

November 5 through December 17, 2016
An exhibition that is part of this year's Freewill Festival in Dallas. This show features works that "address the world of nature, artistic processes, and identity as a transformational concept."Artists in the show include: Sheryl Anaya, Rachael Banks
, Colette Copeland, Val Curry, Randall Garrett, Dennis Gonzalez, and David Sunshine.
Dallas |  CentralTrak

Primary Research

November 5 through December 17, 2016
A pop-up exhibition curated by Chelsea Pierce and featuring works by Dallas artists Sean Cairns, Linnea Glatt, and James Sullivan. This exhibition is located on the 19th floor of Saint Paul Place.
Dallas |  Saint Paul Place

Zeke Williams: Flagrant

November 19 through December 17, 2016
A show of works by Zeke Williams. The pieces in the exhibition are "an ongoing exploration of the artist’s interest in color, forms found in nature, and the use of technology in creating an image."
Dallas  |  Erin Cluley Gallery

Paradise vs. Utopia: Disputed Ideals

November 19 through December 17, 2016
The final installment of Dallas' Freefall Festival. For this exhibition, the "gallery space will be split between paradise and utopia, with artists’ interpretations of each ideal grouped on either side of the divide." Featuring art by Sheryl Anaya, Rachael Banks, Dwayne Carter, Colette Copeland, Val Curry, Randall Garrett, Danielle Georgiou, Dennis Gonzalez, Randy Guthmiller, Thor Johnson, Rachel Muldez, Patrick Patterson-Carroll, Ryder Richards, David Sunshine, Marilyn Waligore, Montoya Williams, and Carlo Zinzi.
Dallas |  Ro2 Art

Bernardo Vallarino: Pedacitos de Paz

November 19 through December 17, 2016
An exhibition by Bernardo Vallarino. "Vallarino’s installation is critical of objects that uselessly promote a cause, instead encouraging active participation in reducing violence in cities and countries around the world. With Pedacitos de Paz, Vallarino urges viewers to actively seek change and peace in the world, since '...violence cannot be stopped by the futile actions of thinking, wishing, and praying.'"
Dallas |  Ro2 Art

SIX

December 1 through 17, 2016
An exhibition of small-scale works that invite close looking. Featuring works by Rebecca Shewmaker, Tiffany Milow, and others.
Fort Worth |  Art Room

FOUND

September 24 through December 18, 2016
An exhibition curated by Joan Davidow and featuring works by Robert Larson, Longhui Zhang, and Benjamin Terry. All three artists in the show use discarded substances to make their art.
Dallas |  Site 131

Super Fantasy Mercado

November 12 through December 18, 2016
A collaborative pop-up store taking artist editions, multiples, and more to Garland, Texas! Super Fantasy Mercado will be open Saturday through Sunday from 10am to 7pm.For more info: http://www.superfantasymercado.com

Blair Thurman

November 19 through December 20, 2016
A show of works by Blair Thurman. "The exhibition will showcase his signature blend of sculpture and painting through bold abstractions and irregularly shaped canvases."

Frances Bagley: The Lay of the Land

November 19 through December 22, 2016
A new site-specific installation by artist Frances Bagley. "In this installation Frances Bagley extends her use of visual metaphors and objects in conjunction with considered space to examine a disposition of oblique circumstances in relation to the human condition."

Gordon Young: Collage

November 15 through December 23, 2016
"Gordon Young builds digital photomontages from an amalgam of photographs of his personal environment fused with imagery appropriated from digital media. With the objective of combining the daily flow of electronic-media detritus and images grabbed from the flow of personal observation, Young seeks to create a collision of the visual experiences we encounter every day."

The Trinity River Project

November 19 through December 30, 2016
An exhibition that displays artifacts from the written and participatory portions of Marcos Lutyens and Laray Polk's Trinity River Project. "As collaborators, Lutyens and Polk seek to provide an opportunity for the viewer (as reader and contemplator) to become uprooted in their perceptions of the Trinity River, then re-rooted in the spirit of new possibilities."

Out of Body

October 13 through December 31, 2016
From the gallery: "The exhibition will consist of sculptural statements, installation, illustration, photographs, and a live performance by special guest Dana Harper, a finalist from NBC’s The Voice and dancer Herman Houston."

Kazz Morishita: Moonlight Serenade & Fabio Del Re: Morandi

November 19 through December 31, 2016
Moonlight Serenade is a show of photographs by artist Kazz Morishita. The works use "the moon as a philosophical  reference, conveying the message that the moon is always the same, reflecting light on our lives that are constantly in flux."Morandi is a show of works by Fabio Del Re. For these photographs, Del Re "uses mostly analog methods to meticulously create still lives that pay homage to Italian artist Giorgio Morandi' skillful and transcendent paintings."

Anna Elise Johnson: Inner Workings

November 19 through December 31, 2016
A show of works by Los Angeles-based artist Anna Elise Johnson. "Johnson’s three-dimensional collages utilize photographs of political, economic, and diplomatic meetings to create small-scale, mise-en-scéne containing ambiguous, but striking narratives with characters frozen in time."

Odds & Ends

November 19 through December 31, 2016
"This show features photographs selected by Gallery Director, Burt Finger, as playful visual concepts of "Odds & Ends" with added hints of irony and humor." Artists include: Shelby Lee Adams, John Albok, Keith Carter, Don Donaghy, Jimmy and Dena Katz, Bill Owens, Jeffrey Silverthorne, Chris Verene.

Paintings, Process, Materials, Textures

November 19 through December 31, 2016
"Paintings, Process, Materials, Textures is a study of the contemporary resurgence of painting in its many forms." The exhibition features works by Eric Shaw, Anna Kunz, Heather Bause, Bradley Biancardi and Stephen D'Onofrio.

Union Pacific

November 19, 2016 through January 2, 2017
A group show featuring works by Philip Denker, Angela Kallus, Brian Porray, & David Ryan. The exhibition is organized by Angela Kallus.

15th Anniversary Celebration!

November 17, 2016 through January 7, 2017
An exhibition of artists celebrating the gallery's 15th anniversary. Featuring works by Annette Bottaro-Walklet, Dan Burkholder, Jeffrey Conley, Charles Cramer, Anne Larsen, Scot Miller, Alan Ross, John Sexton, Alison Shaw, Jill Skupin Burkholder, Keith S. Walklet & R.P. Washburne.
Dallas |  Sun to Moon Gallery

Kathryn Andrews: Run for President

September 10, 2016 through January 8, 2017
An exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist Kathryn Andrews. For this show, Andrews creates a loose narrative around the elements of a presidential campaign. Additionally, Andrews ties in pop culture references to mock the seriousness of the Executive Office.

COUNTY FAIR & Sean Starwars

September 11, 2016 through January 8, 2017
County Fair is an exhibition of "vintage banners by Snap Wyatt and beautiful freak paintings by Molly McGuire."The upstairs gallery will host an exhibition of block prints by Sean Starwars.
Waxahachie |  Webb Gallery

FOCUS: Lorna Simpson

November 19, 2016 through January 15, 2017
An exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based artist Lorna Simpson. This show includes Simpson's recent paintings that manipulate found imagery from magazines to comment on gender and race issues.

KAWS: Where the End Starts

October 20, 2016 through January 22, 2017
A show of works by Brooklyn artist KAWS. The exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, drawings, toys, and street art interventions that span KAWS' career. The exhibition is organized by Andrea Karnes in collaboration with the artist.

Modern Spanish Art from the Asociación Colección Arte Contemporáneo

October 9, 2016 through January 29, 2017
An exhibition of more than 90 works created between 1915 and 1957 by Spanish artists. The show draws primarily from the Asociación Colección Arte Contemporáneo and includes works by Eduardo Chillida, Óscar Domínguez, Pablo Gargallo, Julio González, Antoni Tàpies, Joaquín Torres-García, Josep de Togores, and Jorge Oteiza, among others.

Monet: The Early Years

October 16, 2016 through January 29, 2017
An exhibition featuring more than 50 paintings by Impressionist Claude Monet. The show explores Monet's early years, from his time in Normandy in 1858 to 1872 when he settled in Argenteuil.
Fort Worth |  Kimbell Art Museum

Dion Johnson: Optic Energy

November 19, 2016 through February 4, 2017
A show of works by Los Angeles artist Dion Johnson. "Johnson's paintings and works on paper combine and explore dynamic opposites: expansiveness and compression, darkness and light."

Nicolas Party: Pathway

August 19, 2016 through February 5, 2017
A mural by Swiss artist Nicolas Party. "For three weeks, Party worked on-site to transform the corridor into an immersive, vibrantly colored landscape mural that was largely inspired by its location within the Museum. Instead of functioning like a gallery, the mural emphasizes the fact that it is a walkway, and transforms the space into an indoor path."

Sam Francis: Prints

August 3, 2016 through February 5, 2017
An exhibition of lithographs by printmaker Sam Francis (1923–1994). In his work, Francis was inspired by his travels in France, Indonesia, Japan, and Thailand, and by Abstract Expressionism, literature, science, Eastern philosophy, and religion.

Dan Phillips: Blackest Cloud

September 17, 2016 through February 11, 2017
An exhibition of works by artist Dan Phillips. Trained as a cabinet and furniture maker, Phillips creates custom furniture pieces out of a studio in Dallas. Additionally, he makes collages, drawings, and paintings composed of calligraphic lines and soft color washes.
Albany |  Old Jail Art Center

Clay Between Two Seas: From the Abbasid Court to Puebla de los Angeles

September 17, 2016 through February 12, 2017
An exhibition of more than 100 works from the Museo Franz Mayer in Mexico City, contemporary ceramics from Talavera de la Reyna in Puebla and a selection of historic Chinese ceramics from the Crow Collection of Asian Art’s permanent collection. This show is presented in collaboration with the Museo Internacional del Barroco, Puebla, and the State Council for Culture and the Arts of Puebla, Mexico.

American Photographs, 1845 to Now

August 20, 2016 through February 12, 2017
An exhibition of more than 70 photographs drawn from the Amon Carter’s permanent collection. The show covers 170 years of photography across America and highlights the important role photography has played in American history.

Spanish Texas: Legend & Legacy

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.
Abilene |  Grace Museum

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.

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."
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