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ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Saturday,  8.27.16

Performance

B.A.'s Co-Creational Vortex

Saturday,  8.27.16   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition of new work by Brett Ardoin. The artist is inspired by his time in the back waters of South Louisiana.
Dallas  |  Mighty Fine Arts
Opening

From Dijon to Dallas: Alice Bidault Boone and Andrew Davis

Saturday,  8.27.16   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition featuring works by two artists chosen for an exchange program between the Division of Art at SMU Meadows School of the Arts and the École Nationale Supérieure d'Art (ENSA) of Dijon, France. The show is curated by Sofia Bastidas, SMU's 2016 Pollock Curatorial Fellow.
Dallas  |  Liliana Bloch Gallery
Opening

David Bates: Paintings and Sculptures

Saturday,  8.27.16   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition of new works by David Bates. The paintings in the show follow the artist's "continuing interest in capturing the essence of a place, person, or subject." Many of the works in the show are of maritime subjects, including scenes inspired by the Gulf Coast and portraits of fishermen.
Dallas  |  Talley Dunn Gallery
Opening

Matthew Bourbon: IF & Ashley Whitt: SYSTEMS

Saturday,  8.27.16   |   6–8 pm
IF is an exhibition of new works by Matthew Bourbon. The works in the show use colors and narrative aspects that call on the viewer to create their own scenarios within the work.SYSTEMS is an exhibition of new photographs by DFW-based artist Ashley Whitt. The works in the show explore "the dichotomy between order and chaos within the universe and within the self. Using a flatbed scanner as a camera, surreal environments are created using objects such as hair, thread, plants, and grid paper."
Dallas  |  Kirk Hopper Fine Art
Opening

DAYADAHAHA

Saturday,  8.27.16   |   7–9 pm
A group show organized by Jesse Morgan Barnett. Featuring works by:Pixy Liao Keer Tanchak Bucky Miller Valery Spiridonov Claire Sherman Carolee Schneemann Pierre Krause The Bake Sale Natasha Caruana Mick Pierce EJ Major Juliette Abitbol Andrew Birk Annabelle Arlie
Dallas  |  Beefhaus

Thursday,  9.1.16

Reception

North Texas Printmaking Guild

Thursday,  9.1.16   |   4–7 pm
An exhibition featuring works by members of the North Texas Printmaking Guild. NTPG members participating are: Nida Bangash, Lori Brennan, Heather Evans, Julie Forsyth, Lynne Hubner, Amy Carter Ishmael, Karen Karnuta, Molly Osmus, Adam Palmer, Junanne Peck, Carter Scaggs, Una Scott, Terri Thoman, Gary Uribe and Trish Wise.

Friday,  9.2.16

Saturday,  9.3.16

Sunday,  9.4.16

Thursday,  9.8.16

Artist talk

Hunt Slonem: Fauna

Thursday,  9.8.16   |   6–7 pm
An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Hunt Slonem. The artist is known for his paintings of butterflies, rabbits, and tropical birds.

Friday,  9.9.16

Saturday,  9.10.16

On View

Kathryn Andrews: Run for President

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   11 am – 5 pm
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.
Opening

Carly Allen-Martin: A Hundred Silent Ways

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   12–9 pm
An exhibition by Dallas artist Carly Allen-Martin. "The artist's latest body of work focuses on the physical application of various mediums, emphasizing rich colors, layers, textures, and a variety of surfaces."
Fort Worth  |  Artspace 111
Opening

Patrick Turk: All of This From Nothing

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   5–8 pm
An exhibition of new works by Houston-based artist Patrick Turk. For this show, Turk has created ten five-sided collaged assemblages that play with the pictorial representation of the Garden of Eden.
Dallas  |  Cris Worley Fine Arts
Opening

Hunt Slonem: Fauna

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   5–8 pm
An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Hunt Slonem. The artist is known for his paintings of butterflies, rabbits, and tropical birds.
Opening

James Buss: The Poem's Four Corners

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   5–8 pm
An exhibition of new works by Weatherford-based artist James Buss. In his work, the artist employs plaster and monotypes to explore slight gestures and the evocation of memory.
Dallas  |  Holly Johnson Gallery
Opening

Carrie Marill: Sculptural Paintings

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition of works by Carrie Marill. The pieces in the show are three-dimensional wall hangings that are inspired by Jean Arp’s wooden wall hangings.
Dallas  |  Conduit Gallery
Opening

Sandra Ono: Everything and Nothing

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition of works by current Centraltrak resident Sandra Ono. The pieces in the show are inspired by biology and psychology and appear to exist in a state between construction and destruction.
Dallas  |  Conduit Gallery
Closing

John Peralta: Mechanations

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition of new sculptures by John Peralta. The artist on his work: "Using iconic pieces, I set out to uncover the hidden beauty and craftsmanship of common mechanical objects."
Dallas  |  CINQ Gallery
Opening

Marcelyn McNeil: Love & Theft

Saturday,  9.10.16   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition of works by Houston-based artist Marcelyn McNeil. The works in the show are paintings that have been created are based on the artist's relationships, and their view of nature, architecture, and color association.
Dallas  |  Conduit Gallery

Sunday,  9.11.16

Opening

COUNTY FAIR & Sean Starwars

Sunday,  9.11.16   |   4–7 pm
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

Tuesday,  9.13.16

Thursday,  9.15.16

Reception

Prince Israel Zaar: Trianglerism & Multiversality

Thursday,  9.15.16   |   2:30–4 pm
From the gallery:As an artist, Prince has invented a new 3D art genre called Trianglerism, using Trianglism. The Medium of the art called Penology is a penograhical representation expressed through the media of drawing. Trianglism is a visual expression of Zaarrianism. Hidden within the art are decipherable or undecipherable numbers, codes, symbols, graphics, and words which can be used for engineering, programing, and architectural technologies of the future. 

Friday,  9.16.16

Opening

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

Friday,  9.16.16   |   6–8 pm
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.

Saturday,  9.17.16

On View

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

Saturday,  9.17.16   |   10 am – 6 pm
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.
Opening

H. Schenck: Mud Is Mud

Saturday,  9.17.16   |   6–9 pm
An exhibition by Dallas artist H. Schenck. Workings for the show began in August when a social media takeover by Schenck that invited participants to "share their interpretation of what it means to be human." The exhibition aims to address issues surrounding LGBTQ youth: homelessness, abandonment, alienation, and reclaiming identity and self.
Conversation

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

Saturday,  9.17.16   |   7–8 pm
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.

Sunday,  9.18.16

Tuesday,  9.20.16

Friday,  9.23.16

Tuesday,  9.27.16

Thursday,  9.29.16

Workshop

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

Thursday,  9.29.16   |   6–9 pm
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.

Tuesday,  10.4.16

Tuesday,  10.11.16

Tuesday,  10.18.16

Friday,  10.21.16

On View

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

Friday,  10.21.16   |   7:15–9:15 pm
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.

Saturday,  10.22.16

Tuesday,  10.25.16

Friday,  11.4.16

On View

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

Friday,  11.4.16   |   6–8 pm
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.

Thursday,  11.10.16

Workshop

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

Thursday,  11.10.16   |   6–8 pm
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.

Saturday,  11.12.16

Workshop

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

Saturday,  11.12.16   |   11 am – 1 pm
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.
Workshop

Heroes in the Making: The Art of Comic Production

Saturday,  11.12.16   |   2–4 pm
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.

SUMMER 2016

July 18 through August 29, 2016
An exhibition featuring works by:MIKE CARNEY (Minneapolis) OLIVER CLEGG (New York) CHIVAS CLEM (Paris, Texas) ALISON JARDINE (Dallas) MARILYN JOLLY (Dallas) NIC MATHIS (Dallas) ANNA MEMBRINO (Dallas) FRANCISCO MORENO (Dallas) NIC NICOSIA (Dallas) ZEKE WILLIAMS (Dallas)
Dallas  |  Erin Cluley Gallery

Joseph Flynn: Display Method: Remixed Archaeologies

August 6 through 31, 2016
An exhibition of works by Melbourne-based artist Joseph Flynn. The show explores "the realm of archeology through research via the internet and plays with the ideas of conspiracy about the ancient world and our own; wether their technology was better than ours is currently, who were they and where did they go, suppose they never left?"
Dallas |  Beefhaus

Yubo Dong: From Idea to Impact

July 23 through September 2, 2016
"An exhibition featuring photographs by Chicago based artist Yubo Dong. Utilizing photography, Dong addresses the power structure of educational-industrial complexes that normalize and aestheticize perverse conceptions and practices. His works seek authority in business decisions that engrave in their slogans, adornments, structures, as well as nuances transmitted within interactions of business transactions."
Dallas |  ARCHES.space

Tessellated Fold

July 30 through September 2, 2016
An exhibition featuring fiber art, sound and video installations, dance, and fashion. Artists include: Chesley Antoinette, Lily Taylor, Sean Miller, Ashley Ragsdale & Layla Brent, and Nic Moore & Cantoinette.

From Dijon to Dallas: Alice Bidault Boone and Andrew Davis

August 23 through September 2, 2016
An exhibition featuring works by two artists chosen for an exchange program between the Division of Art at SMU Meadows School of the Arts and the École Nationale Supérieure d'Art (ENSA) of Dijon, France. The show is curated by Sofia Bastidas, SMU's 2016 Pollock Curatorial Fellow.

Adela Andea: Rappel

June 25 through September 3, 2016
An exhibition of light and installation works by Romanian-born artist Adela Andea. The works in the show are inspired by the artist's recent residency in France and visit to the luxurious palace of Versailles.

Jim Stoker

July 30 through September 3, 2016
An exhibition of works by Texas artist Jim Stoker. The paintings in the show use Stoker's signature "confetti/splatter" technique to create representations of natural life and landscapes.

Summer Sale

August 6 through September 3, 2016
A summer sale featuring works from Public Trust artists. Everything must go!
Dallas |  The Public Trust

CHAOS 2016

July 30 through September 4, 2016
Ro2's annual small works show. Featuring art by:Sheryl Anaya | Karla Areli | Sarah Atlee | Matt Bagley | Joshua Banks| Rachel King Barker | Willie Baronet | Sibylle Bauer | Monika Bell | Michael Benson | Lionel Bevan | Gillian Bradshaw-Smith | Spencer Brown-Pearn | Mark Burt | Angel Cabrales | Jay Cantrell | Aimee Cardoso | Dwaine Cater | Arlene Cason | Jason Cohen | Ray-Mel Cornelius | Ken Craft | Shelby Cunningham | Val Curry | Rosemary De Plas | Ambrea Dean | Bernardo Diaz | Hilary Dohoney | Chance Dunlap | Erica Duque | Diane Durant | Peggy Epner | Cuyler Etheridge | Gary Farrelly | Erica Felicella | Nancy Ferro | Cheryl Finfrock | Rachel Fisher | Michael Francis | Adam Fung | Randall Garrett | Danielle Georgiou | Teresa Gomez-Martorell | Joshua Goode | Linda Gossett | TJ Griffin | Randy Guthmiller | Linda Dee Guy | Barbara Hajek | Steph Hargrove | Terry Hays | Hilly Holsonback | Kelly Ingelright-Telgenhoff |  Scott Jenkins | Thor Johnson | Jennifer Leigh Jones | Brian K Jones | Mary Jo Karimnia | Sonali Khatti | Bumin Kim | Sally J Kim | Doug Land | Josh Land | Yuni Lee | Marian Lefeld | Julie Libersat | Dannie Liebergot | Peter Ligon | Jieun Lim | Iris Liu | Sara Lovas | Emily Loving | Nathan Madrid | Kai Peter Martin | Scogin Mayo | Julia McLain | Jesse Meraz | Cathey Miller | Cynthia Ann Miro | Robin Myrick | Jeanne Neal | Sharon Neel-Bagley | Adam Neese | Mark Nelson | The Nomadic Fungi Institute | Brooks Oliver | Peggy Lee Oster | Jeff Parrott | Alex Paulus | Elaine Pawlowicz | Madison Pechacek | Alvaro Perez | Cassie Phan | Julon Pinkston | Alison Proulx | Teresa Rafidi | Robin Ragin | Fari Rahimi | Jason Reynaga | Susan Ritter | Kathy Robinson-Hays | Patricia Rodriguez | Mark Ross | H. Schenk | Brian Scott | Shelley Scott | Erica Stephens | Clay Stinnett | Carol Swenson-Roberts | John Alexander Taylor | Benjamin Terry | Michelle Thomas | Narong Tintamusik | Julia L Trinh | Liz Trosper | Bernardo Valerino | Marilyn Waligore | Peggy Wauters | Scott Winterrowd | James Zamora
Dallas |  Ro2 Art

Eye of the Collector

April 16 through September 5, 2016
An exhibition showcasing people's various collections of objects. Eye of the Collector is an exhibition where one can find everything from PEZ dispensers to the world’s largest collection of Star Wars memorabilia.  

Jermy Elizabeth Johnson: Your Boy

August 21 through September 5, 2016
An exhibition of works by Dallas artist and musician Jermy Elizabeth Johnson. In this exhibition, Johnson "further refines his illustration practice using a modified vinyl plotter to create powerful yet charming illustrations."

North Texas Printmaking Guild

August 22 through September 8, 2016
An exhibition featuring works by members of the North Texas Printmaking Guild. NTPG members participating are: Nida Bangash, Lori Brennan, Heather Evans, Julie Forsyth, Lynne Hubner, Amy Carter Ishmael, Karen Karnuta, Molly Osmus, Adam Palmer, Junanne Peck, Carter Scaggs, Una Scott, Terri Thoman, Gary Uribe and Trish Wise.

John Peralta: Mechanations

June 25 through September 10, 2016
An exhibition of new sculptures by John Peralta. The artist on his work: "Using iconic pieces, I set out to uncover the hidden beauty and craftsmanship of common mechanical objects."
Dallas |  CINQ Gallery

Lesli Robertson & Shayema Rahim: Veiled Grace

July 30 through September 10, 2016
An exhibition of works by Lesli Robertson and Shayema Rahim. Robertson creates sculptural objects using concrete and textiles, and Rahim makes encaustic paintings inspired by the artist's personal experiences.
Dallas |  JM Gallery

Dan Lam: Coquette

August 2 through September 17, 2016
An exhibition of works by Dallas-based artist Dan Lam. The show will feature large-scale installation work along with Lam's signature prickly, "drippy" sculptures.
Fort Worth |  Fort Works Art

Frank Stella: A Retrospective

April 17 through September 18, 2016
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.

DAYADAHAHA

August 27 through September 23, 2016
A group show organized by Jesse Morgan Barnett. Featuring works by:Pixy Liao Keer Tanchak Bucky Miller Valery Spiridonov Claire Sherman Carolee Schneemann Pierre Krause The Bake Sale Natasha Caruana Mick Pierce EJ Major Juliette Abitbol Andrew Birk Annabelle Arlie
Dallas |  Beefhaus

Disrupting Serenity

August 20 through October 1, 2016
A printmaking show featuring works by Jenna Barrois. MJ Cardenas, June Covington, Emily Maness, Sandra Morante, Jessica Sinks, Hannah Tyler, and Candace Weigand.
Cedar Hill |  Sly Cat Gallery

Matthew Bourbon: IF & Ashley Whitt: SYSTEMS

August 27 through October 1, 2016
IF is an exhibition of new works by Matthew Bourbon. The works in the show use colors and narrative aspects that call on the viewer to create their own scenarios within the work.SYSTEMS is an exhibition of new photographs by DFW-based artist Ashley Whitt. The works in the show explore "the dichotomy between order and chaos within the universe and within the self. Using a flatbed scanner as a camera, surreal environments are created using objects such as hair, thread, plants, and grid paper."

JJ PEET & Rob Rhee: Rogue Objects

August 26 through October 1, 2016
An exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based artist JJ PEET and Seattle-based artist Rob Rhee. The artists explore the ways modern culture and technology is impacting our bodies and our everyday lives.

Amuse-Bouche

August 25 through October 15, 2016
The inaugural show for Art Tooth, a new Fort Worth art gallery. Featuring works by Sheryl Anaya, Chuck & George, Erika Duque, Dannie Liebergot, Shelby Orr, and Tiffany Wolf.From the gallery: "Founded by Fort Worth art collectives Bobby on Drums and Exhibitionists, Art Tooth is a new artist-run, hybrid gallery project that uses a digital and pop-up platform to make invigorating art accessible and to solidify Fort Worth's reputation as an art destination."

David Bates: Paintings and Sculptures

August 27 through October 29, 2016
An exhibition of new works by David Bates. The paintings in the show follow the artist's "continuing interest in capturing the essence of a place, person, or subject." Many of the works in the show are of maritime subjects, including scenes inspired by the Gulf Coast and portraits of fishermen.
Dallas |  Talley Dunn Gallery

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."

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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