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ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Saturday,  6.24.17

Opening

Greg Piazza: Resurrection

Saturday,  6.24.17   |   5–8 pm
A show of works by Dallas-based self-taught artist Greg Piazza. "Piazza describes his work as a minimalistic interpretation of relationships.  What one can see and what isn’t conceivable."
Dallas  |  Gallery 7NINE
Opening

Micheal Young: Updrafts

Saturday,  6.24.17   |   5–8 pm
A show of new paintings by Austin-based artist Micheal Young. The abstract, geometric pieces in the exhibition use language drawn from a variety of sources, including: Mimbres pottery, tantric art, geology, seismographs, modernist and colonial architecture, stereotomy, desert landscapes, petroglyphs, Japanese pottery, Native American design languages, textiles, microphotography, bee hives and the study of pollen.
Dallas  |  Holly Johnson Gallery
Opening

Introductions

Saturday,  6.24.17   |   5–8 pm
A group show featuring works by Marc Dennis, Adrian Esparza, Sherry Owens, and Robert Sagerman.
Dallas  |  Cris Worley Fine Arts
Opening

Amber Crimmings: Bound Matriarchs

Saturday,  6.24.17   |   6–9 pm
A show of new works by Amber Crimmings. Using printmaking processes, Crimmings reinterprets fairytale stories, showing how they bind and confine the place of women in the world.
Dallas  |  Mighty Fine Arts
Opening

Summer 2017

Saturday,  6.24.17   |   6–8 pm
A group exhibition featuring works by the gallery’s artists.
Dallas   |  Erin Cluley Gallery

Sunday,  6.25.17

Reception

Merging Visions

Sunday,  6.25.17   |   2–4 pm
A collaborative exhibition organized by the Visual Arts Society of Texas (VAST) and the Denton Poets' Assembly (DPA). The show pairs 44 artworks and 44 poems.
Denton  |  UNT Lightwell Gallery

Thursday,  6.29.17

Saturday,  7.1.17

Opening

Jay Wilkinson: everyone poops

Saturday,  7.1.17   |   6–8 pm
A show of oil paintings by Fort Worth artist Jay Wilkinson. Each of the works in the show is painted from a photograph of one of Wilkinson's family members or friends.
Fort Worth  |  Fort Works Art

Sunday,  7.2.17

Opening

Mark Nesmith: Wild World

Sunday,  7.2.17   |   5–7 pm
A show of works by Southeast Texas artist Mark Nesmith. The landscape and wildlife works in the show combine observation, memory, and imagination
Mesquite  |  Mesquite Arts Center

Thursday,  7.13.17

Artist talk

Hidden Nature: Sopheap Pich

Thursday,  7.13.17   |   7–8 pm
An exhibition by Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich. The show will feature Pich's large-scale sculpture, Rang Phnom Flower, which was created using strands of rattan and bamboo.

Friday,  7.14.17

Reception

Hidden Nature: Sopheap Pich

Friday,  7.14.17   |   6:30–9:30 pm
An exhibition by Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich. The show will feature Pich's large-scale sculpture, Rang Phnom Flower, which was created using strands of rattan and bamboo.

Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture

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

Merging Visions

May 22 through June 27, 2017
A collaborative exhibition organized by the Visual Arts Society of Texas (VAST) and the Denton Poets' Assembly (DPA). The show pairs 44 artworks and 44 poems.

Ann Glazer: Stay in Touch

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

PARIS TEXAS

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

Robert Jessup: Paintings 2016-2017

May 20 through July 1, 2017
A show of new small-scale paintings by Denton artist Robert Jessup. The works in the exhibition explore the basic components of painting: surface, gesture, and color.
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

Susan Barnett: Current and Alternate Realities

May 20 through July 1, 2017
An exhibition of paintings by Dallas and Taos-based artist Susan Barnett. "Many of the paintings conflate current events and alternative realities, creating fictional landscapes that survey, as Barnett states, 'the political chaos of today.'"
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

Soomin Jung: Between

May 20 through July 1, 2017
A show of colored pencil and graphite works by San Antonio-based artist Soomin Jung. The pieces in the exhibition deal with themes of perception, perspective, location, memory, and reproduction.
Dallas |  Conduit Gallery

Group Show

June 3 through July 1, 2017
A show featuring Noah Barker, Dora Budor, Ghislaine Leung, Jason Loebs, Wyatt Niehaus, Asad Raza, and Hannah Weinberger.
Dallas |  AND NOW

Interstate

June 17 through July 4, 2017
"Rather than imposing a rigid thematic framework, Interstate seeks a fluid dialectic, by virtue of gathering a collection of works based on the aesthetic and conceptual instincts of two distinct curatorial perspectives." The show is curated by Luke Harnden and Paul Winker and features works by:Chris Cascio Kristen Cochran Andy Grotfeldt Lane Hagood Paul Kremer Josh Reyes
Dallas |  Beefhaus

ONWARD FORWARD

May 12 through July 8, 2017
An exhibition featuring works by students from Masters of Art and Masters of Fine Art programs in the Dallas - Fort Worth Metroplex and Denton. The show is juried by Christina Haley and Kyle Hobratschk. Artists include: Kacie Baker, Jessie Budd, Mary German, Elizabeth Given, Courtney Googe, Holly Gray, Eric Hess, Matthew Jones, Tiffany Milow, Rebecca Shewmaker, Katerina Verguelis, Blake Weld, and Terry Wilder.

Manik Nakra: Mad Reason

May 13 through July 8, 2017
A show of new works by Austin-based artist Manik Nakra. The pieces in the exhibition apply "a contemporary lens onto post-colonial anachronisms, Indian iconography, religious myths and folklore, and artifacts of ancient civilizations in order to explore themes such as egoism, lust, and self-doubt."
Dallas |  The Public Trust

Sacred: New Works By Justin Clumpner

June 16 through July 8, 2017
A show of new works by Dallas artist Justin Clumpner. The pieces in the exhibition use symbols and narratives from Christianity to explore what it means for America to be a Christian nation.”
Dallas |  Kettle Art

Frida Kahlo

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

Donnie Copeland: Interrupted Paths

June 10 through July 22, 2017
An exhibition of new paintings by artist Donnie Copeland. In his work, Copeland "uses the material and processes of painting to explore a new approach to the subject matter of landscape."
Dallas |  Umbrella Gallery

John Henry

April 28 through July 23, 2017
A show of works by artist John Henry. Henry is known mainly for his large-scale public artworks, one of which is located on Ross Street in the Dallas Art District.

Sports & Leisure

May 13 through July 29, 2017
A group show of works that explore the high-action moments of sports and the pleasures of leisure. Featuring works by John Albok, Jesse Alexander, Esteban Pastorino Diaz, Elliott Erwitt, Harold Feinstein, Paul Greenberg, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Neal Leifer, Nickolas Muray, Bill Owens, Al Satterwhite, and Neal Slavin.

Double Edged

May 13 through July 29, 2017
A group show featuring works by REVOK, Rachel Owens, Paul Anthony Smith, Lauren Silva, Kris Pierce, Jimmy Baker, Manny Prieres and Amber Renaye.

Power Lines

May 20 through July 29, 2017
A group show of drawings, paintings, and prints. Featuring artists Adam Raymont, Frank Stella, Liz Trosper, Nathan Green, and Spencer Brown-Pearn.

The Line

June 3 through August 4, 2017
An exhibition featuring works by Kristen Cochran, Kyung Jeon, Helen Burkhart Mayfield, Alessandra Michelangelo, Tucker Nichols, Ann Toebbe, and Lynne Woods Turner. The show is curated by Joan Davidow and curatorial interns Stephanie DeLay and Pablo Sebastián Morales.
Dallas |  Site 131

Greg Piazza: Resurrection

June 24 through August 5, 2017
A show of works by Dallas-based self-taught artist Greg Piazza. "Piazza describes his work as a minimalistic interpretation of relationships.  What one can see and what isn’t conceivable."
Dallas |  Gallery 7NINE

Hinterland

June 11 through August 6, 2017
An exhibition of five artists that work or have worked within "the hinterland," "an area lying beyond what is visible or known." Artists in the show include: Prince Zaar, Rich Cali, Dan Phillips, Anthony Dominguez, and Robert Ryan.
Waxahachie |  Webb Gallery

Amber Crimmings: Bound Matriarchs

June 24 through August 8, 2017
A show of new works by Amber Crimmings. Using printmaking processes, Crimmings reinterprets fairytale stories, showing how they bind and confine the place of women in the world.
Dallas |  Mighty Fine Arts

Adam Knoche

June 15 through August 11, 2017
A show of works by Dallas-based ceramic artist Adam Knoche. The artist on his work: "I am always conscious of my place in the landscape and my impact on the environment. In my work I respond to visual influences that reflect time through cyclical natural processes. My work has been influenced by information gathered at various “sites”, places in the natural environment that I have responded to visually."

AS IS: Rural Realism

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

Michelle Mackey: Double Take

May 13 through August 12, 2017
An exhibition of new paintings by Brooklyn and Dallas-based painter Michelle Mackey. The pieces in the show "explore dream like landscapes in relationship to time and memory."

A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from the Phillips Collection

May 14 through August 13, 2017
An exhibition featuring works from The Phillips Collection, America's first museum of modern art, which opened in Washington, D.C. in 1921. The show includes works by many 19th and 20th century masters, including Courbet, Corot, Daumier, Delacroix, Cézanne, Degas, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Manet, Monet, Redon, Sisley, Bonnard, de Staël, Kandinsky, Matisse, Morandi and Picasso.
Fort Worth |  Kimbell Art Museum

Ambreen Butt: What is left of me

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

Pia Camil: Bara, Bara, Bara

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

Keer Tanchak: Soft Orbit

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

Roni Horn

May 20 through August 20, 2017
An exhibition of large-scale cast glass works by American artist Roni Horn. This is Horn's first U.S. museum presentation of her work since 2010 and the first to focus specifically on her cast glass sculpture.

Introductions

June 24 through August 26, 2017
A group show featuring works by Marc Dennis, Adrian Esparza, Sherry Owens, and Robert Sagerman.

Hide & Horn on the Chisholm Trail

January 6 through August 27, 2017
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Chisholm Trail, the Sid Richardson Museum is presenting an exhibition of items that relate to the cattle-trail era and the greatest migration of livestock in world history.
Ft. Worth |  Sid Richardson Museum

Memory

June 10 through September 2, 2017
A group exhibition featuring artwork by twelve artists working in different mediums and styles brought together under a common theme, "memory." Artists include: Laura Davidson, Christine Engebretsen, David Farrell, Sara Fields, Curtis Frederick, Jamie Gardner, Sarah Graham, Kenna Boles Prior, David Ross, Hannah Tyler, Steve Vanderwolk, and Ricky Dean Wyrick.
Cedar Hill |  Sly Cat Gallery

Waxed: Batik from Java

September 25, 2016 through September 10, 2017
"Drawn from the DMA’s collection, Waxed: Batik from Java presents a selection of Javanese batik made in the West and Central regions, where the main batik production was centered during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Batik is a wax-resist process for dye-decorating cloth. In Indonesia, batik is especially associated with the island of Java."

Micheal Young: Updrafts

June 24 through October 7, 2017
A show of new paintings by Austin-based artist Micheal Young. The abstract, geometric pieces in the exhibition use language drawn from a variety of sources, including: Mimbres pottery, tantric art, geology, seismographs, modernist and colonial architecture, stereotomy, desert landscapes, petroglyphs, Japanese pottery, Native American design languages, textiles, microphotography, bee hives and the study of pollen.

Hidden Nature: Sopheap Pich

June 24, 2017 through January 7, 2018
An exhibition by Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich. The show will feature Pich's large-scale sculpture, Rang Phnom Flower, which was created using strands of rattan and bamboo.

Darryl Lauster: Trace

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

Gabriel Dawe: Plexus no. 34

August 16, 2016 through September 2, 2018
An installation by Dallas-based artist Gabriel Dawe commissioned for the Amon Carter Museum of American Art's atrium. For the installation, Dawe used more than 60 miles of colored thread to create a work "highlighting the architecture of the museum’s renowned Philip Johnson-designed building."

Sculpting Nature: Jade from the Collection

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