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ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Thursday,  1.26.17

Opening

Carlos Donjuan: Just Be

Thursday,  1.26.17   |   6–8 pm
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."
Opening

Christopher Blay: KWTXR

Thursday,  1.26.17   |   6–9 pm
A show of Dallas artist Christopher Blay's series KWTXR in which the fictional character of Kara Walker Texas Ranger travels to places where police officers killed African-Americans and attempts to change the outcome of the situation.
Denton  |  UNT on the Square

Friday,  1.27.17

Saturday,  1.28.17

On View

Richard Serra: Prints

Saturday,  1.28.17   |   11 am – 5 pm
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.

Thursday,  2.2.17

Panel

Through the Lens: Found Object/Readymade

Thursday,  2.2.17   |   7–8 pm
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.
Dallas  |  CentralTrak

Saturday,  2.4.17

Reception

Distant Relatives

Saturday,  2.4.17   |   1–4 pm
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."

Sunday,  2.5.17

Workshop

Distant Relatives

Sunday,  2.5.17   |   3–5 pm
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."

Thursday,  2.9.17

Panel

Through the Lens: Found Object/Readymade

Thursday,  2.9.17   |   7–8 pm
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.
Dallas  |  CentralTrak

Saturday,  2.11.17

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.

Saturday,  2.18.17

Performance

Season of Soundings: New Music at the Nasher

Saturday,  2.18.17   |   7:30–9 pm
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.

Sunday,  2.19.17

Reception

The Color of Expression: Work by Black and Latino Students from the University of Texas at Arlington

Sunday,  2.19.17   |   5–7 pm
An exhibition of works created by Black and Latino students from the University of Texas at Arlington. "Curated and organized by Christine Adame and Spencer Evans, M.F.A. Studio Art Candidates at UTA, this project was conceived as an open space for expression by artists of color, and as a bond with the significant Black and Latino student populations at Cedar Valley College. Common ground for many of these 25 artists seemed often to grow from a search for self, place and familial bonds, despite their differences in histories, cultures and concerns."

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.

Thursday,  3.23.17

On View

AS IS: Rural Realism

Thursday,  3.23.17   |   10 am – 5 pm
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

Friday,  4.7.17

Performance

Season of Soundings: New Music at the Nasher

Friday,  4.7.17   |   7:30–9 pm
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.

Saturday,  4.8.17

Performance

Season of Soundings: New Music at the Nasher

Saturday,  4.8.17   |   7:30–9 pm
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.

Sunday,  4.9.17

Performance

Season of Soundings: New Music at the Nasher

Sunday,  4.9.17   |   2–3 pm
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.

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.

Marilyn Waligore and Emily Loving: tangible/transparent/transport/trace

December 3, 2016 through January 28, 2017
"Emily Loving and Marilyn Waligore construct photographs using imagery culled from the experience of spaces and objects that they encounter in their urban wanderings. Both artists engage in a dialogue with sculptural concerns: the generation of three-dimensional forms created for the gallery and documented in the studio.  Their work explores the tension between the illusory photograph and the physicality of matter."

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

Jennifer Hill: Water Into Line

January 7 through 31, 2017
An exhibition of large ink paintings by artist Jennifer Hill. The works in the show explore "the relationship between shape, sign, line, language and design" in "an attempt to understand the fluid nature of sign language and representation."
Dallas |  Shotgun

Christopher Blay: KWTXR

January 23 through February 3, 2017
A show of Dallas artist Christopher Blay's series KWTXR in which the fictional character of Kara Walker Texas Ranger travels to places where police officers killed African-Americans and attempts to change the outcome of the situation.
Denton |  UNT on the Square

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."

In Search of Meaning

January 7 through February 4, 2017
A group exhibition featuring works by Charles Richard Clary, Cuyler Etheredge, Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff, Carol Ivey, Julon Pinkston, and Ben Terry.
Dallas |  Ro2 Art

Group Nine: Collaborative Works

January 12 through February 4, 2017
An exhibition of collaborative works by Patti Akkesson, Lynn Bassler, Merrilyn Duzy, Myra Gantman, Dona Geib, Midge Lynn, Barbara Nathanson, Anita Segalman, and Norma Jean Squires.

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.

Rachel Livedalen: To Lisa, With Love

January 14 through February 5, 2017
A solo exhibition by Rachel Livedalen featuring "new drawings that combine images of idealized femininity through canonical works of western art history with her love of 1990s Lisa Frank stickers and ephemera."
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Seth Lorenz: rabbit holes, the descent

January 14 through February 5, 2017
A continuation of Seth Lorenz's rabbit holes series. The works in the show "use elements of the home and objects of memory to investigate the intricacies of the human psyche and its' emotional aptitude to cope, confront and heal from trauma and suffering."
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Lynné Bowman Cravens: House

January 14 through February 5, 2017
In this exhibition, Lynné Bowman Cravens is exploring the idea of memory and nostalgia through photographs of her childhood home.
Dallas |  500X Gallery

Julie Libersat: Escapes

January 14 through February 5, 2017
In Escapes, Julie Libersat uses 3D prints and images from the video game SIMS to explore how we impart meaning onto certain environments and objects.
Dallas |  500X Gallery

DB16: Hermann Nitsch & Teresa Margolles

December 31, 2016 through February 10, 2017
This year's Dallas Biennial is focusing on the work of two artists: Hermann Nitsch and Teresa Margolles. The Biennial is organized and curated by Michael Mazurek and Jesse Morgan Barnett.
Dallas |  The Box Company

The Color of Expression: Work by Black and Latino Students from the University of Texas at Arlington

January 9 through February 10, 2017
An exhibition of works created by Black and Latino students from the University of Texas at Arlington. "Curated and organized by Christine Adame and Spencer Evans, M.F.A. Studio Art Candidates at UTA, this project was conceived as an open space for expression by artists of color, and as a bond with the significant Black and Latino student populations at Cedar Valley College. Common ground for many of these 25 artists seemed often to grow from a search for self, place and familial bonds, despite their differences in histories, cultures and concerns."

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

Kazz Morishita: Moonlight Serenade & Fabio Del Re: Morandi

November 19, 2016 through February 11, 2017
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."

Odds & Ends

November 19, 2016 through February 11, 2017
"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.

Murielle White: Mutation

January 7 through February 11, 2017
An exhibition of new paintings by Murielle White. The works in the show are inspired by the artist's family history as well as her recent personal experiences.

Ryan Goolsby: Totem

January 7 through February 11, 2017
An exhibition of works by Dallas artist Ryan Goolsby. The sculptures in this show take their form from objects the artist has found on the street. In his studio, he recreates these discarded objects and turns them into studies of shape and color.

Anna Membrino: Views

January 7 through February 11, 2017
A show of new paintings by Anna Membrino. "The artist sees her paintings as tableaus assembled to explore the vast possibility of perceptions when viewing very simple, invented environments."
Dallas  |  Erin Cluley Gallery

Mel Davis: A MIRROR, A WINDOW, A POOL

January 7 through February 11, 2017
A show of works by Berkeley, California-based artist Mel Davis. "Davis rejects the notion of communicating objectives or ideologies within her work, wholly devoted to the making of paintings not trapped by concepts or styles that impede more fluid process. Instead, the artist prefers to riff on one theme among many different styles."

Lindsey Landfried: Skyline Drive

January 7 through February 11, 2017
A show of works by Pennsylvania artist Lindsey Landfried. Landfried;s works on paper are inspired by poetry and create panoramas comprised of different kinds of mark-making techniques.

Susan kae Grant: convergence

January 7 through February 11, 2017
An exhibition of new photographs by Susan kae Grant. The works in the show are a continuation of Grant's series Night Journey and are comprised of triptychs that try to "envision multiple states of consciousness, adding a cinematic nature to the viewer’s experience."
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

Steven J. Miller: Sweet & Sorrow

January 7 through February 11, 2017
An exhibition of paintings by Denton-based artist Steven J. Miller. Drawing on known objects and places, Miller creates landscape paintings that merge the familiar and the unfamiliar to create new worlds.
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

Abstracts & Architecture

January 12 through February 11, 2017
An exhibition of photographs by Dan Burkholder, Jeffrey Conley, Scot Miller, Alan Ross, Alison Shaw, Keith S. Walklet & R.P. Washburne.
Dallas |  Sun to Moon Gallery

Margins Beyond | Self Taught

January 14 through February 11, 2017
An exhibition of works by self-taught artists, including Forrest Bess, Bill Haveron, Bert Long, Richard Gordan Kendall, Susan Te Kahurangi King, Frank Jones, Ike Morgan, Alessandra Michelangelo, and Rev. Johnnie Swearingen.

Mason Bryant: Mordants

January 14 through February 11, 2017
A show of works by Mason Bryant. "Bryant appropriates and recontextualizes gestures, texts and images of artists from the past to conjure new forms."
Dallas |  The Reading Room

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.

Rachel Rushing: Verdant

January 15 through February 12, 2017
For this exhibition, The Safe Room has been covered in Texas Buffalo Grass, "a drought, heat, and cold-tolerant plant able to survive extreme conditions." The show is meant to create a space of reflection and contemplation.

Adriana Corral & Leigh Merrill

January 17 through February 18, 2017
Two exhibitions highlighting works by San Antonio artist Adriana Corral and Dallas artist Leigh Merrill. Corral focus on issues of human rights violations, injustice, victimized individuals and lack of reform, and Merrill addresses our urban landscape through imaginary vignettes.
Arlington |  The Gallery at UTA

This Is The Fort

January 17 through February 18, 2017
An exhibition featuring works by ten local artists, including Bernardo Vallarino, Carey Meiners, Clay Stinnett, Collin Howell, Jay Wilkinson, John Worley, Lee Hill, Leigh Ann Williams, Marshall Harris and Patricia Murphy.
Fort Worth |  Fort Works Art

Distant Relatives

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

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.
Dallas |  CentralTrak

Vernon Fisher: The American Landscape

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."
Dallas |  Talley Dunn Gallery

Erick Swenson

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.
Dallas |  Talley Dunn Gallery

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

Douglas Leon Cartmel: White Noise

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.

Art and Nature in the Middle Ages

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

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.

Season of Soundings: New Music at the Nasher

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.

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.

Hide & Horn on the Chisholm Trail

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.
Ft. Worth |  Sid Richardson Museum

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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