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ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Thursday,  7.19.18

Conversation

Art Skool Season 4

Thursday,  7.19.18   |   7–9 pm
"This lecture-and-discussion series features “classes” with titles like “Intro to Contemporary Art,” “The Sublime,” and “Vidiocracy.” This season will kick off with a Post-Futurist Potluck just to keep things interesting. Art Skoolers will also embark on out-and-about visits to studios and other art spaces around the region. Art Skool is free and open to anyone interested in participating (read: no art background required). Each week is different and self-contained, so come to one or to all ten of the weekly sessions."ArtSkool is produced by Rachael Anderson, Abby Bagby, John Logan and Liz Trosper.
Dallas  |  Texas Theater

Saturday,  7.21.18

Artist talk

Body Ego

Saturday,  7.21.18   |   3–4 pm
"Body Ego includes works by more than ten female artists in the DMA’s collection and considers how abstract sculpture represents the human body, and the ways viewers relate to the objects through their own experiences."
Dallas  |  Dallas Museum of Art
Opening

Anna Simone Minzer: Inauguration

Saturday,  7.21.18   |   7–10 pm
Anna Simone Minzer is a NYC based artist/photographer and a recent graduate of the International Center of Photography. In the words of the artist: "A world bursting with media inflicts a myriad of messages upon the subconscious. Which gestures, which images, which words echo throughout our cavernous psyches in order to become the sign posts of latent belief systems. By intermixing phrases from Trump's Inauguration address and text from horror stories posted by amateur online writers, the series Inauguration aims to explore our threat filled domains with the logic of dreams."
Dallas  |  Mighty Fine Arts

Thursday,  7.26.18

Conversation

Art Skool Season 4

Thursday,  7.26.18   |   7–9 pm
"This lecture-and-discussion series features “classes” with titles like “Intro to Contemporary Art,” “The Sublime,” and “Vidiocracy.” This season will kick off with a Post-Futurist Potluck just to keep things interesting. Art Skoolers will also embark on out-and-about visits to studios and other art spaces around the region. Art Skool is free and open to anyone interested in participating (read: no art background required). Each week is different and self-contained, so come to one or to all ten of the weekly sessions."ArtSkool is produced by Rachael Anderson, Abby Bagby, John Logan and Liz Trosper.
Dallas  |  Texas Theater

Saturday,  7.28.18

On View

Hedda Sterne: Printed Variations

Saturday,  7.28.18   |   10 am – 5 pm
"From luscious leafy tendrils to stark horizon lines, this exhibition of prints by Hedda Sterne celebrates the artist’s variety of formal interests. Although most often associated with a group of artists called the “Irascibles”—avant-garde forerunners of Abstract Expressionism—Sterne defied stylistic categorization. Her aesthetic experimentations fluctuated between organic and geometric, figural and abstract, and painterly and graphic. All share, however, a passionate attention to detail and form."
Artist talk

Body Ego

Saturday,  7.28.18   |   3–4 pm
"Body Ego includes works by more than ten female artists in the DMA’s collection and considers how abstract sculpture represents the human body, and the ways viewers relate to the objects through their own experiences."
Dallas  |  Dallas Museum of Art

Thursday,  8.2.18

Conversation

Art Skool Season 4

Thursday,  8.2.18   |   7–9 pm
"This lecture-and-discussion series features “classes” with titles like “Intro to Contemporary Art,” “The Sublime,” and “Vidiocracy.” This season will kick off with a Post-Futurist Potluck just to keep things interesting. Art Skoolers will also embark on out-and-about visits to studios and other art spaces around the region. Art Skool is free and open to anyone interested in participating (read: no art background required). Each week is different and self-contained, so come to one or to all ten of the weekly sessions."ArtSkool is produced by Rachael Anderson, Abby Bagby, John Logan and Liz Trosper.
Dallas  |  Texas Theater

Saturday,  8.4.18

Thursday,  8.9.18

Conversation

Art Skool Season 4

Thursday,  8.9.18   |   7–9 pm
"This lecture-and-discussion series features “classes” with titles like “Intro to Contemporary Art,” “The Sublime,” and “Vidiocracy.” This season will kick off with a Post-Futurist Potluck just to keep things interesting. Art Skoolers will also embark on out-and-about visits to studios and other art spaces around the region. Art Skool is free and open to anyone interested in participating (read: no art background required). Each week is different and self-contained, so come to one or to all ten of the weekly sessions."ArtSkool is produced by Rachael Anderson, Abby Bagby, John Logan and Liz Trosper.
Dallas  |  Texas Theater

Thursday,  8.16.18

Conversation

Art Skool Season 4

Thursday,  8.16.18   |   7–9 pm
"This lecture-and-discussion series features “classes” with titles like “Intro to Contemporary Art,” “The Sublime,” and “Vidiocracy.” This season will kick off with a Post-Futurist Potluck just to keep things interesting. Art Skoolers will also embark on out-and-about visits to studios and other art spaces around the region. Art Skool is free and open to anyone interested in participating (read: no art background required). Each week is different and self-contained, so come to one or to all ten of the weekly sessions."ArtSkool is produced by Rachael Anderson, Abby Bagby, John Logan and Liz Trosper.
Dallas  |  Texas Theater

Thursday,  8.23.18

The Natural World

May 5 through July 27, 2018
"The Natural World is a group exhibition featuring artworks that concentrate on nature, flora, and fauna." The show features works by June Covington, Jamie Gardner, Sarah Graham, Denise Hohulin, Divine Jones, Sandra Morante, Elisabeth Schalij, Hannah Tyler, and Ricky Dean Wyrick.
Cedar Hill |  Sly Cat Gallery

MariconX

June 8 through July 27, 2018
MariconX is an exhibition featuring works by  LGBTQIA Latinx artists in the greater Dallas region.(For the show, maricon is defined not as an offensive term, but as a unifying term and challenges misinformation, making the ignored and stereotyped visible.)

Madeline Irvine: Buffer Zone

July 6 through 27, 2018
"In her art, Madeline Irvine concentrates on the beauty of the natural world. Irvine’s large salt crystal installations in Buffer Zone focus on the giant kelp forests beneath the ocean surface and the waves they help moderate. Along with coral reefs, kelp and mangrove are essential buffers between the enormity and power of the ocean and the essential fragility of the coast."

Portraits: Masked/Unmasked

July 6 through 27, 2018
"This exhibition, curated by Barbara Koerble, explores both masked and unmasked approaches to the art of portraiture by nineteen multi-generational photographers. Are the subjects hiding or revealing their true personas, and do the portraits reveal larger issues in our culture?"Artists include: Cordelia Bailey, Kipp Baker, Kent Barker, Gary Bishop, Anthony Marcus Black, Abraham Cepeda, Tracy Costello, Lauren Cross, David Donovan, William Greiner, Inga Hendrickson, Leticia Huckaby, O. Rufus Lovett, John Carlisle Moore, Shelby Orr, Raul Rodriguez, Leo Wesson, Byrd Williams IV, and Camille J. Wheeler.

James Lumsden: Reflexion

May 19 through July 28, 2018
An exhibition of new paintings by artist James Lumsden. "Lumsden's paintings continue to investigate how raw materials innate to the medium can be turned into something poetic - an object filled with light, feeling, atmosphere, and emotion. Led by his chosen medium and a deep understanding of the subtleties and contradictions of the painted surface, Lumsden expands the possibilities of the medium through adept experimentation."

Eric Fischl: Pinned Mylars

June 2 through July 28, 2018
An exhibition of works by American artist Eric Fischl. The pieces in the show, which were all created within the last five years, focus on "the artist's exploration of new materials to reinterpret his iconic imagery."

Cynthia Mulcahy: War Garden: United States of America, 1917-2017

June 16 through July 28, 2018
An exhibition of watercolor paintings, pressed flora pieces, sculptures, and installations by artist Cynthia Mulcahy. "With this work, Mulcahy investigates the last 100 years of American involvement in modern warfare beginning in 1917 with World War I and our first mass-produced tanks, planes, and bombs. The work addresses not only armed military conflicts between the U.S. and hundreds of nation states and other insurgent groups, but also military occupations, invasions, and interventions, as well as our weapons manufacturing industry from the U. S. military’s earliest experiments to the current DARPA-funded next generation weapons research."
Dallas |  Talley Dunn Gallery

Tim Bavington: Blow - Up

June 16 through July 28, 2018
An exhibition featuring nine new abstract paintings by British-born artist Tim Bavington. The works in the show are derived from sheet music, and focus on "the subtleties and associations of color."
Dallas |  Talley Dunn Gallery

Fifth Annual Artspace111 Regional Juried Exhibition

June 22 through July 28, 2018
This year's Artspace111 Regional Juried Exhibition was juried by Christina Rees, Editor-in-Chief of Glasstire. Artists in the show include:James Akers | Maisie Alford | Cody Arnall | Annie Arnold | Steven Barker | Darla Barolini | Jill Bedgood | Raphael Benero | William Billingsley | Rachel Black | Alejandro Borges | Daniel Brents | Jose Canepa | Sara Cardona | Abraham Cepeda | Lindy Chambers |Louie Chavez | David Collins | Patricia Cowan | Ron Crouch | Hannah Dean | Philip denker | Meris Drew | Rehab El Sadek | Taylor Ellis | Michael Emerson | Julie England | Sarah Fisher | Doug Fudge | Jessica Fuentes | Gao Hang | Bryan Gardner | Glen Gauthier | Gale Gibbs | B.C. Gilbert | Robert Gordon | Larry Graeber | Peter Harrington | Candace Hicks | Clayton Hurt | Loc Huynh | Ernesto Ibanez | Cedric Ingram | David Janesko | George Ann Johnson | Brooke Johnson | Ruth Keitz | Bumin Kim | Cindee Klement | Barbara Koerble | Padaric Kolander | Justin Korver | Casey Leone | Renata Lucia | Yasuyo Maruyama | William Messimer | Brian Molanphy | Robert Moore | Zach Morriss | Michael Odom | Shelby Orr | Chancellor Page | Jeffrey Poole | Christopher Rahmeh | Lisa Rawlinson | Cary Reeder | Cory Reeves | Sarah Roberts | Jim Rode | John Rossman | Colie Ryan | Breanne Schwarz | Emily Sides | Carl Smith | Brooke Walzel | Jon Whitfill | Ty Wilcox | David Willburn | David Witherspoon | Rachel Wolfson Smith | Lillian Young | Carolyn Young
Fort Worth |  Artspace 111

Rich Bowman: Open Range / Linda McCall: Life in Pieces / Daniel Angeles: Beyond the Horizon

June 23 through July 28, 2018
The works in Linda McCall’s exhibition Life in Pieces are inspired by the artist's relationships, travel, occupations, and various life experiences.In his show Beyond the Horizon, artist Daniel Angeles presents a series of watercolor paintings that express "the human capacity for hope."In his show Open Range, artist Rich Bowman creates works that are inspired by his love of the outdoors.

Highlights: New York & Dallas Art Fairs

May 19 through July 28, 2018
An exhibition featuring works by John Albok, Jesse Alexander, Stuart Allen, Lucienne Bloch,  Peter Brown, Keith Carter, Elliott Erwitt, Esteban Pastorino Diaz, Vadium Gushchin, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Ida Lansky, Cheryl Medow, Jeanine Michna-Bales, Nickolas Muray, Bill Owens, Jeffrey Silverthorne, Garry Winogrand, Nic Nicosia, John Walker, Lee Friedlander and Jim Dine.

Laura Owens

March 25 through July 29, 2018
An exhibition featuring over sixty works spanning Laura Owens' 20-year career. Owens' pieces "challenge traditional assumptions about figuration and abstraction, as well as the relationships among avant-garde art, craft, pop culture, and technology."

Jessamyn Plotts: A New Woman

July 7 through 29, 2018
An exhibition by Jessamyn Plotts that explores the concept of college fraternity life. "A New Woman addresses the frat as a site of extreme action, extreme performance, and extreme power in the psyche of Americans of any gender, whether as fear or as self-validating energy. Rarely has this site been addressed in an art context, where populations tend to organize themselves in resistance to what the frat and frat boy represent. Considering American politics post Trump, now seems like the right time to bridge the gap between these worlds."

Stylized Realism

June 23 through July 30, 2018
A group exhibition featuring works by Polly Jones, Andrea Guay, Emilie Mae, Matthew Jones, Elaine Pawlowicz, Walter Land, and Susan Graeber.
Dallas |  Beaudry Gallery

New Edition

June 9 through August 4, 2018
A group exhibition featuring editioned works by nine gallery artists: Steve Dennie, Alex Katz, Tom Orr, Adam Raymont, Dan Rizzie, Allison V. Smith, Ann Stautberg, Jay Shinn, and Danny Williams.

Telling Our Stories: Creating Maternal Identity through Photography

June 5 through August 4, 2018
An exhibition curated by Cynthia Miller and featuring works by Amy Holmes George, H. Jennings Sheffield, Libby Rowe, Danielle Rene Khoury, Lupita Murillo Tinnen, Ana Fritzel as well as Cynthia Miller. From the gallery: "These diverse artists explore personal and distinctive first-person reflections of their concept of maternal experience. Miller seeks to present views of motherhood that avoid the mass-media banalities about these real, adult women, and reveal their actual voices, identities and agency."

Road Trip: Photographic Journeys of the Dead Photographers Society

July 7 through August 4, 2018
Road Trip: Photographic Journeys of the Dead Photographers Society features "fourteen art photographers who are part of a restless and spontaneous group from North Texas that explores new places and revisits old ones." Artists include: Ken Blackburn, Jen Brimmage, Célia Dias, Guy Giersch, Peta Jones, Brian Magnuson, Roddy Parkson, Sonja Quintero, Sam Reeves, Sam Rogers, Terry Rouhier, Don Simmons, Nelson Spencer, and Steve Wriedt.

Revived with Light: An Exploration of Expired Photographic Media

July 7 through August 4, 2018
The exhibition Revived with Light: An Exploration of Expired Photographic Media features works by artists who embrace the use of unpredictable, expired analogue photographic materials. Artists include: Laura Barth, Carley Blackman-Yonkman, Jacqueline Blanco, Shawn Campbell, Michael Carter, Julia Cartwright, Francisco Chavira, Caitlin Cloninger, Al Currie, Robert Curry, Elisabeth Dare, Carlos Donjuan, J. M. Golding, Elizabeth Groth, Ashley Innis, David Janesko, Sarah Knudtson, Joanna LaGrone-Headrick, J. Jason Lazarus, Christine Lenzen, Barbara Mabli, Jackie MacLelland, Sharon O'Callaghan Shero, Rebecca Payne , Steve Reeves, Jonathan Reynolds, Francis Schanberger, Ginger Sisco Cook, Jemison Thorsby, Kate Wichlinski, and Claire Wiedman.

Before iPhone: Photography by Paul Sokal

March 29 through August 11, 2018
"Paul Sokal explores the rapid pace of technological change through large format color photographs of the relics of once-revolutionary products now replaced by cell phones."
Abilene |  Grace Museum

Prohibitor

June 30 through August 11, 2018
Prohibitor is a group exhibition featuring abstract works by Jorge Alegría, Sara Cardona, Matthew Bourbon, Michael Frank Blair, Brian Florentin, Lily Hanson, Lucas Martell, Shayne Murphy, Fabiola Valenzuela, David Willburn, and Ushio Shinohara.

Miles Cleveland Goodwin: Horseshoe Bend

July 14 through August 11, 2018
"In Miles Cleveland Goodwin's soulful compositions, he narrates the story of his life. Goodwin responds to his environment, the lives of common folk living around him, and the mysteries of life. Through his work, we experience the inherent ambiguities and provocations felt when confronting life as it is. Goodwin's paintings metaphorically speak to the fundamental nature of life, in all of its heartbreak, wonderment, and everyday beauty."

Cut! Costume and the Cinema

May 19 through August 12, 2018
An exhibition featuring 43 costumes from 27 period films. "Covering five centuries of history, intrigue and comedy, the exhibition will reveal how film costumes set the scene and establish authenticity in films."
Arlington |  Arlington Museum of Art

Art Skool Season 4

June 14 through August 16, 2018
"This lecture-and-discussion series features “classes” with titles like “Intro to Contemporary Art,” “The Sublime,” and “Vidiocracy.” This season will kick off with a Post-Futurist Potluck just to keep things interesting. Art Skoolers will also embark on out-and-about visits to studios and other art spaces around the region. Art Skool is free and open to anyone interested in participating (read: no art background required). Each week is different and self-contained, so come to one or to all ten of the weekly sessions."ArtSkool is produced by Rachael Anderson, Abby Bagby, John Logan and Liz Trosper.
Dallas |  Texas Theater

A Tradition of Revolution

May 12 through August 19, 2018
"A Tradition of Revolution presents a cross-section of the Nasher Collection and sculptural innovations of the last 150 years within the context of concurrent philosophical, scientific, and societal shifts. Ranging from the beginnings of Modernism in the work of Rodin, Gauguin, and others to radical experiments of the present day, the exhibition will include works never before seen at the Nasher, including several recent acquisitions."

Sightings: Luke Fowler

May 12 through August 19, 2018
An exhibition featuring a new sound sculpture by artist Luke Fowler. "For this commission, Fowler draws on practices of focused listening and architectural acoustics to create a multi-channel sound installation. Using everyday objects and acoustic environments unique to each site, Fowler will create compositions that subtly examine the material history of the two sites and their acoustic qualities."

Bread & Butter

June 23 through August 25, 2018
A group exhibition organized by Galleri Urbane's Assistant Director, Adrian Zuñiga. The show includes works by gallery artists Arden Bendler Browning, Jessica Drenk, Loring Taoka, Gail Peter Borden, Abby Sherrill, Marion Wesson, Heath West, Jessica Snow, and exhibiting visiting artists Benjamin Terry, Peter Frederiksen, Christopher Paul Dean, Matthew Wood among others. ​

LONE STARS: A celebration of Texas Culture in Art

May 6 through August 26, 2018
LONE STARS: A celebration of Texas Culture in Art features works by Chelo Gonzalez Amezcua, Eddie Arning, Hector Alonzo Benvadies, Tom Burleson, Henry Ray Clark, Luster Davis, Robert Adale Davis, C.A.A. Dellschau, Vanzant Driver, Uncle Pete Drgac, Felix Fox Harris, Rev JL Hunter, Frank Jones, Richard G. Kendall, Sam Mirelez, Ike Morgan, and Rev. Johnnie Swearingen. The show was organized by the Webb Gallery along with author Jay Wehnert, in celebration of his recently published book about Texas outsider artists.
Waxahachie |  Webb Gallery

Harry Nuriev: 6 Fears

April 12 through August 28, 2018
"6 Fears is a glimpse into the varied course of the relationships between an architect and the design briefs set for him. The installation explores Harry Nuriev's design process, working methods, and philosophical approach while illuminating the emotional and artistic content of his work."
Dallas |  Dallas Contemporary

Sara Rahbar: Carry me home

April 12 through August 28, 2018
"Carry me home reflects upon the relationship between self and Other as well as the socio-political tensions present in nationalism’s relationship to violence. The exhibition brings together works that express the range of Sara Rahbar’s practice from cast sculpture to constructions of accumulated objects and textile works.
Dallas |  Dallas Contemporary

Summer 2018

July 14 through August 28, 2018
A summer group show featuring artists represented by the gallery. Artists include:KALEE APPLETON TAYLOR BARNES MIKE CARNEY NATASHA CONOVER JOSEPHINE DURKIN GARY GOLDBERG RACHEL LIVEDALEN NIC MATHIS ANNA MEMBRINO NIC NICOSIA KEVIN TODORA ZEKE WILLIAMS
Dallas  |  Erin Cluley Gallery

Clark & Echols: Telos

July 14 through September 1, 2018
An exhibition by the Dallas-based collaborative duo Matt Clark and Jackson Echols. The works in the show are created by the artists painting and placing objects on top of photosensitive paper, and exposing the paper to sunlight.
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

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."

Frederic Remington: Altered States

August 31, 2017 through September 9, 2018
An exhibition of works by Frederic Remington. The show focuses on three of Remington's paintings that were altered after their completion. The exhibition runs concurrently with the museum’s ongoing exhibition “Legacy,” depicting the clash of cultures of the 19th century American West.
Ft. Worth |  Sid Richardson Museum

Legacy

September 9, 2017 through September 9, 2018
An exhibition featuring artworks from the museum's collection that depict the American West. The show includes paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and their contemporaries, along with four bronze sculptures.
Ft. Worth |  Sid Richardson Museum

Body Ego

July 12 through September 9, 2018
"Body Ego includes works by more than ten female artists in the DMA’s collection and considers how abstract sculpture represents the human body, and the ways viewers relate to the objects through their own experiences."

Soft Focus

July 12 through September 9, 2018
"This new installation of photographs from the DMA’s collection highlights the exemplary work of more than 20 women photographers who have expressed softened and dreamlike aspects in their pieces. By experimenting with distortion and placing particular emphasis on how the body connects or contrasts with the surrounding environment, these artists invite viewers to feel a sense of strange familiarity in their works."

Tiny's Family Life, 2003-2005 + Photography and Social Justice

April 14 through September 30, 2018
An exhibition featuring artworks by teens, grades 7-12, in The Stewpot’s Junior and Venturing Crews. "Photography and Social Justice was developed as an educational initiative by The Stewpot’s Junior and Venturing Crews and The Museum of Street Culture. The teen's photographs, to be installed in the windows above The Stewpot parking garage, were created through the collaborative efforts of teens in the Junior and Venturing Crews, who were asked to discuss and reflect on issues and stereotypes of homelessness, ideas of home, and how photography can play a role in social justice."

Amara Abdal Figueroa: RAW MATERIAL | MATERIA PRIMA

May 25 through November 14, 2018
An exhibition featuring works by Puerto Rican and Kuwaiti artist Amara Abdal Figueroa. The show is curated by SMU Pollock Gallery Director Sofia Bastidas from May 25th - November 14th 2018. An opening reception will be held Friday, May 25th from 7pm - 10pm. The Ana G. Méndez University System is located at 3010 N. Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, Tx 75247.

Earthly Splendor: Korean Ceramics from the Collection

January 20 through November 24, 2018
An exhibition featuring Korean ceramics from the Crow Collection of Asian Art's holdings. The show pairs contemporary Korean ceramics with historical Korean ceramics, highlighting "the material, aesthetic, stylistic, and technical developments of Korean ceramics throughout history."

ART214

April 12, 2018 through May 25, 2019
An exhibition featuring works by Dallas and North Texas-area artists. Artists in the show include: Anaah Abedi, Sally Ackerman, Jesse Alarcon, Mary Banks, Laura Beard, Jessica Bell, Elizabeth Bentley, Sudeep Bhargava, Francesca Brunetti, Ciara Bryant, Brandy Butler, Du Chau, Lizz Corea, Norm Diamond, Hayley Earnest, Connor Frew, Moriah Garcia, Essie Graham, Franz Guerrero, Chunyu Han, William Holmberg, John Koch, Benjamine Lester, Jas Mardis, Paxton Maroney, Roberta Masciarelli, Freddie Meagher, Tina Medina, Jamila Mendez, Karla Mora Mora, Hannah (Bernadette) Negrete, Kevin Owens, Chancellor Page, Kaila Parrish, Elaine Pawlowicz, Paul Pena, Gregory Piazza, Guinn Powell, Gabrielle Pruitt, Fari Rahimi, Octaviano Rangel, Marty Ray, Jorge Rey, Michael Scogin, Michael Scogin, T. Stone, Vet, Sarah Wandrey, Utopia Weiner and Becky Wilkes.This show is part of Dallas' city-wide ART214 exhibition series juried by lizabeth Mellott, Tori Phillips, Jim Burton and Arthur Peña, and curated by Christina Estrella Riggs.

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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