Nate Glaspie’s sculptures combine found industrial parts.
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Work from her recent summer artist residencies in Montana, Wyoming and Iceland. Including “Cosmos,” an installation of paintings inspired by the open night skies and […]
He’s “fascinated by the idea of a compounding process in motion, this primary structure of formation, the branching nature of everything.”
500X Gallery presents Imprints: Three Generations of 500X, curated by Leslie Murrell. The exhibition joins the work of three former members of 500X Gallery including […]
500X Gallery presents Flotsam including works by Christine Bisetto and Kerry Pacillio. In the Downstairs Project Room don’t miss Rebecca Carter and Andrea Goldman’s exhibition […]
500X Gallery presents a slew of new exhibitions highlighting recent work by Nate Glaspie and Tiffany Wolf. In the Upstairs Gallery you’ll find Jungeun Lee’s […]
500X Gallery launches a new juried exhibition for college students only. Juried by Andrea Karnes, Curator, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the exhibition […]
500X Gallery kicks off the Fall season with the 500X Members Show opening Saturday, September 11. The exhibition features work by 500X members- Christine Bisetto, […]
500X Gallery puts forth three different exhibitions including the work of Mark Collop & Joel Kiser, Paint Snob Collective, and Sarah Williams & Tom Leininger. […]
500X Gallery presents Shifting by Natalie Macellaio with metal works that explore notions of infestation and structural decay. Fusion Génétique by Murielle White is also […]
A "photo-opera" put together by Scott Hilton illustrates the hallucinations of Wilfred Owen in his last days in The Mustard Gas Phantasies of Wilfred Owen. […]
Three exhibitions open at 500X Gallery. Tim Best and Shelby Cunningham in Sheep, Sharks, and Nightlights and in the upstairs gallery is Words, Words, Words… by Todd Camplin. Don’t miss the […]
Christina Rees, recently appointed curator of Ft. Worth Contemporary Arts, TCU and former Road Agent owner, partners up with Richard Patterson to jury EXPO 2010.
500X presents new work by Rebecca Carter (shown) and Thomas Feulmer, as well as Melancholia by Julie Barnofski in the upstairs gallery, and Holy Saint […]
Also check out My dots, My lines by S in the Upstairs Gallery and fremder_fremder by Emily and Rebecca Carter in the Project Room.
500X Gallery’s annual community open show. Theme: landscape.
Check out Lesli Robertson & Aqsa Shakil downstairs, and the 500x Annual Members Show upstairs, which includes work by: Tim Best, Rebecca Carter, Matt Clark, […]
500X presents drawings, bookcraft, photography, and video by Best and Blake. Also check out work by Jennifer Jones in the upstairs gallery, as well as […]
Soon-to-be UNT grad Sarah Williams‘ subject matter may seem mundane, but her paintings are far from it. The woman can really paint! Her work is […]
"Sikes recasts found objects to illustrate the transitory nature of memory, thought, and time. The objects are marked, scarred, and imperfect with inscrutable elements."
500X presents a large-scale installation by Rebecca Carter, Mexican retablo-inspired work by Mark Collop, a sort of permutation of self-portraiture by Shelby Cunningham, and work […]
Open Terrain features work by Thomas Feulmer, Keri Oldham, Brian Spolans, and Kyle Warren. Also, check out Mark Collop and Colby Parsons’ show Cuckoo in […]
500X presents three shows this time around. The first is monochrome, which features work by new members Matt Clark and Sean Ibanez. Second up is […]
More than 300 works by Texas artists!!!!! Who’s your favorite?
New work by 500X regular Tina Medina. While you’re there, don’t miss future UNT grad Julon Pinkston‘s MFA Thesis Exhibition, Query Mystery, in the upstairs […]
Join 500X on Wednesday, February 20 from 6-8 pm for a panel discussion on the viability and necessity of artist-run spaces, moderated by Noah Simblist.
An annual juried competition, this year the exhibit was curated by Terri Thornton, an artist and Curator of Education at the Modern Art Museum of […]
Faculty work from the 7 community colleges in Dallas.
In the project room: Tina Medina and Du Chau.
Be sure to see Macellaio's work at Studio 832!