December 6 - January 4, 2015
10 artists in an exhibition showcasing of mentor/artist pairs, including Adam Fung > Alyssa Hawkins; Darryl Lauster > Jeff Gibbons; Margaret Meehan > Devon Nowlin; Colby Parsons > Anastasia Gabriel; and Linda Ridgway > Teresa Rafidi. Also opening, upstairs: Michelle Thomas: Soft Space, and Kate Colin | Lauren Kirchner
A collaboration between Pierre Krause and H. Schenck in the downstairs Project Space.
Featuring 500x artists Clint Bargers, Tommy Fedele, Michael Furrh and Jennifer Seibert, all of whom address memory, movement, growth, gesture and unattainable utopias.
An annual group show by the 16 new and current members of 500X, the oldest contemporary artist-run space in Dallas. This exhibition will include “photography, […]
EVERYONE IS IN!
SCUBA and friends take a gallery truck called ICESHELF on the road in the tradition of exploration, adaptation, and collaboration and make a stop in Dallas.
Harding’s work explores painting as modular units while Meier’s recent work is about value, time, commodity and objectless. Also in the Downstairs Project Space: Scuba HI and in […]
Also in the Downstairs Project Space: Scuba HI and in the Upstairs Project Space: Tools -Bernardo Cantu, Derek Rankins and Davis Kouk.
Recent works by Clayton Hurt, Joel Kiser and Bruce Monroe. Downstairs Project Space: A group show featuring new 500X members, Clint Bargers, Kate Colin, Michael Furrh, Jennifer […]
“I employ repetitive and mundane activity as a means of tangible accumulation, making use of whatever material may be at hand: pencils, wall, cloth, rope, […]
Master printmaker Alexander’s new work focuses on mankind’s struggle for existence, excellence, and dominion over nature.
Narrative paintings by Pawlowicz examine quirky perceptions of life and death using animals as metaphors.
The annual juried show juried by Gabriel Ritter, The Nancy and Tim Hanley Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art.
There are works from each area of the program and were juried by the TWU Dept. of Visual Arts faculty.
Cantu’s work features abstract sculptural paintings. This series reflects themes and elements such as the Texas/Mexico border culture, kitsch, and high and low.
500X is one of the oldest artist-run galleries in Texas. This exhibition features a variety of media, including painting, photography, installation, assemblage, video, drawing, and […]
Working in a variety of media, each artist employs strategies of non-linear narrative to examine issues surrounding identity, history, and culture.
This program is the brainchild of Magmart International Video Festival Director Enrico Tomiselli Each artist was randomly assigned a year and created a specific […]
Fall is here and it’s time for mid-semester reviews. The folks at 500x put out an opencall to Texas art students to show what they […]
The members of 500X Gallery have locked up their summer homes, landed their private planes and docked their yachts for the summer. And they are […]
Announcing 500X’s 2nd annual, legendary, unjuried Open Show! All of the work has been dropped off and, as always, it is a very diverse showing of […]
Featuring: L.E. Doughtie, Diane Durant, Timothy Harding
Hand-stitching every line, letter, and illustration in dime store composition books enhances their status as objects.
Works born from the insights and lunacies of Mad Magazine, National Lampoons, and the Weekly World News repurposed using the surface vocabulary of 1980’s fanboy […]
A collaborative project between Timothy Harding and Gregory Ruppe. Their new works, Untitled (Long Play A, 18:55) and Untitled (Long Play B, 20:18), function as […]
The artist indulges his his curiosity about ferrous metallurgy, building structures and making drawings that are his interpretations of iron surfaces and the microscopic structures […]
Shayne Murphy’s paintings incorporate the figure within invented and ambiguous spaces to invoke a sense of exploration and discovery. The relationship between the figures and […]
Vacuum-form packaging designs influence Nate Glaspie’s recent raw surface artworks. Working from transparent disposable forms Glaspie re-constructs the integrity of unnoticed artists within corporate America. […]
A juried exhibition for artists in Texas, juried by Iris Bechtol.