Barry Whistler Gallery
December 7 - January 11, 2014
A collection of Smith's most recent photographs of Maine, capturing its light and coastal life.
group show featuring Jin-Ya Huang (shown), Peter Ligon, Kirsten Macy, Raychael Stine, Takako Tanabe, Danny Williams, and Mark Williams
Check out 500 factory sealed 8-Tracks from the Bucks Burnett Collection. The BBC will also be in performance at the opening.
Dallas native Lawrence Lee is one of the most gifted young draftsmen in Texas.
Barry Whister presents two solo shows: Sequels by Leslie Wilkes, and Sleeper by Polly Lanning Sparrow.
featuring work by California art giants Larry Bell, Ed Ruscha, and more
Check out Lauster‘s three-dimensional works, which reference major events in 20th-century American history, such as 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and the desegregation of American schools. This [...]
In celebration of Obama’s inauguration, Barry Whistler is presenting new work by 12 artists, many of whom are from Texas, including Dallas artists Kirsten Macy, [...]
Barry Whistler is giving you a sneak peak of Allison V. Smith‘s new photographs of Marfa before they leave for her exhibition at the Thunderbird [...]
Barry Whistler welcomes Texas artist Ann Stautberg in her first show of "un-editioned," unique photographs. Her beautifully abstract images of red hibiscus flowers are both [...]
Deep Creek Seeps was influenced by the New Mexico landscape and light.
Barry Whistler presents Smith‘s large-scale photographs of school interiors from around Texas.
Wilhite has created a full-scale interpretation (shown) of the bomb detonated over Nagasaki. It’s beautiful structure is in stark contrast to the destruction the bomb [...]
This should be a nice pairing: Miller's paintings on fabric are looking better and better, and newcomer Lee's ink and tea stain drawings (shown) are [...]
Pomara's digitally based work that he has been doing for years looks even more provocative and intriguing.
Come celebrate with Barry and his freshly renovated gallery space! Includes 15 artists who have all created new work for a clean slate. Watch out [...]
Based out of Santa Fe and Marfa, Holland's ethereal installations are made from cast beet sugar. Super sugar!
Barber's work is still going strong around the state. If you have not read it yet, check out Noah Simblist's review of the retrospective in [...]