May 6 - 28, 2017
"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, both political and personal." Artists include: Krista Caballero, Máximo González, Sean Miller, Lexie Mountain, Patrick O’Neil, Trudi Lynn Smith and Kate Hennessy, William Sarradet, Carolyn Sortor, Karina Skvirsky, Jenny Vogel, Gloria Jean Wyatt, K. Yoland, and Longui Zhang.
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
In Escapes, Julie Libersat uses 3D prints and images from the video game SIMS to explore how we impart meaning onto certain environments and objects.
A continuation of Seth Lorenz’s rabbit holes series. The works in the show “use elements of the home and objects of memory to investigate the intricacies of...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.
An exhibition of works by Ross Faircloth and Ashley Whitt. In Replicate, the two artists aim to explore alternate planes of reality.
An exhibition where selected artists choose a student or mentee to exhibit with. The duo then either collaborates on a new piece or show their...Read More
A show of photography from Colorado artists Clint Bargers and Tory Doyle.
An exhibition of works by Michael Farmer. The show, which is curated by Steven Foutch, addresses issues of race, war, immigration, and politics.
“Arbitrary Ambition uses traditional craft techniques in order to subvert stereotypical ideas of gender. Embroidery, crochet, and domestic objects are used as a means to...Read More
An exhibition of drawings and small sculptures by Valerie Powell. “Inspired by the book series of the same name, Powell continues to investigate the human condition...Read More
An exhibition of new photographic works by Kalee Appleton. “In a continued effort to reexamine the objecthood of photographic backdrops used in mainstream portrait studios, Appleton...Read More
It’s here: the 500X juried Expo! This year’s juror is Rachel Rogerson, the Executive Director of The MAC in Dallas, Texas.
An exhibition of works by 500X members. Featuring art by: Sheryl Anaya Kalee Appleton Clint Bargers Bernardo Cantu Lynne Bowman Cravens Steven Foutch Julie Libersat...Read More
500X’s completely open, un-curated show!
Works by Hayley Fowler, Iva Kinnaird, and Sharon Turner. Curated by H Schenck
Works by Bret Hahn.
New works by Bernardo Cantu and Angel Cabrales.
New works by M. Kate H. Shark.
A multi-media installation that questions the validity of ‘power gestures’ by irreverent documentation of the Google Image search results for “steeple hands.”
“A respectful display of the flag of the United States of America.”
An exhibition of new works on paper and sculptural objects by Rachel Livedalen.
An exhibition by Kalee Appleton examining the history of the photographic backdrop, and transforming it into a photographic subject.
An exhibition of paintings by by Kate Colin. Her work suggests a “twisted theory of everything, where a fragmented space exists in various states of activity.”