February 24 - March 11, 2018
An exhibition featuring works by Texas-based college students. This year's College Expo is juried by Katherine Brodbeck, Assistant Curator for Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum Of Art.Artists include: Francisco Alvarado, Mike Lopez, Betsey Gravatt, Stephanie Gerhart, Angie Reisch, Gretchen Vickers, Maria Barrientos, Hannah Aaron, Michelle Hinojosa, Allison Baldwin, Jennifer Thompson, Kiran Sattar, Taylor Barnes, Julia Teel, Blake Weld, Kylie Hull, Christopher Evans, Emily Sides, and Jennifer Bieniek.
February 24 - March 11, 2018
An exhibition featuring works by Ashley Whitt and Ashley Kauschinger. "Both artists seek to empower and seduce viewers while subverting patriarchal ideas of history and greatness."
“Steven Foutch’s solo exhibition, Hemming and Hexing, explores a vague psychological space through narrative suggestion and the technical language of printmaking.”
An exhibition featuring new sculptures by Clint Bargers. The pieces address themes of “mythology, materiality and symbolism as they relate to collective unconsciousness and the western...Read More
“Chris Ireland’s solo exhibition Ordinary Time explores the psychology of ritual in the artist’s family though photographic studies spanning the last 10 years. Through loss and change,...Read More
“Car·a·pace is a site specific installation and collaboration between printmaker, Jessie Barnes, and Photographer, Lynné Bowman Cravens. Car·a·pace explores tropical landscapes and foliage, focusing on...Read More
“Squeeze Machine brings together the work of Molly Valentine Dierks and Yuni Lee in a 2 person show that explores the artists’ shared interest in...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by artists from Houston’s Box 13 Artspace. Artists include Kristy Peet, Daniela Koontz, Emily Link, Caroline Roberts, Melinda Laszczynski, John Forse, Claire...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by DFW-area adjunct professors. Artists include Scott Bell, Kathleen Janvier, Adam Knoche, Kathy Lovas, Abby Sherrill, and Kristina Smith.
“Tabatha Trolli’s solo exhibition, Pass Through Me, invites the viewer to inhabit a tunnel-like space as one might if shrunken and placed inside of a...Read More
A show of new works by artist Scotty Hensler. The pieces explore the artist’s relationships with art, art history, people, and structures.
Valerie Powell’s solo exhibition On Water features new drawings, sculptures, and a site specific wall installation that are informed by the rising water of hurricane Harvey...Read More
seawiid is “an installation by Nat Olmo using remnants of sludgy trash water environments to explore accumulation as adornment and attempt to discover connections between...Read More
A show featuring works by 500x’s member artists. Including: Kalee Appleton, Clint Bargers, Lynne Bowman-Cravens, Molly Dierks, Ross Faircloth, Chris Ireland, Steven Foutch, Julie Libersat, Seth...Read More
“We Made Cool is a body of work by Ari Brielle that examines notions of black femininity, strength and softness. Candy painted colors and natural...Read More
“Bárbara Cartier energetically explores the tricky territory between painting and sculpture using a variety of materials and methods to create sculptural forms reminiscent of organic...Read More
An exhibition juried by TCU art gallery director Sara-Jayne Parsons. Selected artists include Dannie Liebgot, Kristina Smith, Teresa Larrabee, Jonas Criscoe, Adrianna Touch, Dario Bucheli, Amy Dierdorf,...Read More
A show featuring works by 500X artist members, including: Kalee Appleton, Clint Bargers, Lynne Bowman-Cravens, Molly Dierks, Ross Faircloth, Chris Ireland, Steven Foutch, Julie Libersat, Seth...Read More
a hard place is an exhibition of international artists addressing and responding to Brutalist Architecture; a dominant post war architectural movement embodying concepts of utilitarianism...Read More
500x’s annual unjuried open show! Come and see works by anyone and everyone who dropped off art during the gallery’s open call.
A new immersive site-specific installation by Sheryl Anaya.
“Stranger Lands is an exhibition of single-channel video works created by fourteen local and international artists whose work relates to place and orientations of belonging,...Read More
A show of photographic collages and sculptural artist books by Ashley Whitt. The exhibition explores the “correlation between the inner self and outer space as well...Read More
A show of works by University of Dallas Assistant Professor of Printmaking, Steven Foutch. The show will feature print media, works on paper, and installations exploring...Read More
Size Doesn’t Matter: 6 inches or less is a group show of small work by current 500X members. Artists include: Lindsey Larsen, Ashley Whitt, Sheryl Anaya,...Read More
A show of new works by Bernardo Cantu.
A show of new paintings by Clint Bargers. The works are made with construction materials and sand in an attempt to reimagine landscape and it’s affect on memory...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by graduating UNT MFA students. Artists include: Jessie Barnes Horacio Casillas Joanne Cervantes Jeremy Chavez Keela Dooley Mary Jarvis Michelle Salazar...Read More
“Mind the Gap explores the ways in which artists can navigate the pitfalls of the current socio-political climate, particularly through their roles as cultural brokers, provocateurs,...Read More
From the artists: “ADDITIVE is a site-specific collaborative installation by Kathy Lovas and Lynné Bowman Cravens created in response to the Upstairs Project Space at...Read More
It’s that time again—500X’s annual juried college student show! This year’s juror is Danielle Avram, gallery coordinator at Texas Woman’s University. Featured artists include: Horacio Casillas John...Read More
A show of drawings, video, and sound works by Joanne Cervantes. “Drawn from the intersections of personal history, narrative literature, music and cinema, The Pits seeks to create...Read More
A solo exhibition by Rachel Livedalen featuring “new drawings that combine images of idealized femininity through canonical works of western art history with her love of...Read More
In this exhibition, Lynné Bowman Cravens is exploring the idea of memory and nostalgia through photographs of her childhood home.