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A show featuring the work of H. Schenck, Bill Bridges, Rachel Muldez, and Laura Garcia-Penn.
An exhibition of collaborative works by Kate Colin & Kasten Searles. The pieces in the show address the recent flooding in North Texas and Arkansas.
An exhibition of works juried by gallery director Erin Cluley.
500X’s annual membership show. Featuring 16 artists, this show is comprised of works that explore a variety of content and formal concerns.
A salon-style, unjuried open show featuring a diversity of work by artists from all around the metroplex.
Four exhibitions on view: Bernardo Cantu: Rasquache Wave; Jusitin Strickland: Exploded View; John Alexander Taylor: Face to Face; Syd Webb: May Day. Works by artists...Read More
An exhibition of work by current 500X members, curated by Dallas artists, curators, and sisters by Erin and Elissa Stafford.
A “family style” group exhibition, curated jointly by Brooklyn-based painter Julie Torres and Dallas artist Bonny Leibowitz and including the participation of more than 120...Read More
An easter egg hunt with prizes, plus food, drink, and of course a chance to see current exhibitions.
Diane Durant: The silent air of ruin is fragile; Timothy Harding: Things; Kate Colin: Plane Intersection; H. Schenck: Clubhouse. Plus Project Space exhibitions: Michael Furrh...Read More
A fort perhaps made from boxes and chairs, behind the stairs on the top floor of 500X. Maybe with a cat.
New works by artists Hector Ramirez, Fabiola Valenzuela, and Brenda Randall.
In her MFA thesis exhibition, artist Rachel Fischer’s paintings and sculptures are part of an examination of consumer culture and the art object.
An annual exhibition showcasing the work of more than 50 up-and-coming Texas artists, juried this year by Jordan and Susan Roth.
Paying homage to Eleanor Antin and her 100 Boots journey in the early 1970s, this installation documents Texas artists Devyn Gaudet and Diane Durant 50...Read More
This group show delves into the ambiguous nature of identity through autobiographical accounts and fabricated realities in the work of artists Sheryl Anaya, Jessica Fuentes,...Read More
For this unique collaboration, artists Ryan Goolsby and Timothy Harding had only weekly exchanges, with no direct knowledge of each other’s production. The resulting works...Read More
A collaborative, site specific installation of drawings integrating elements of micro and macro universes, created for 500X Gallery’s Project Space by artists Kate Colin and...Read More
10 artists in an exhibition showcasing of mentor/artist pairs, including Adam Fung > Alyssa Hawkins; Darryl Lauster > Jeff Gibbons; Margaret Meehan > Devon Nowlin;...Read More
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,...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
“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,...Read More
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.