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Is the art pretty? No, says Mummy. Pretty is not important.


December 13 - January 15, 2015

James Buss uses video, sound and installation, while Naotaka Hiro uses plaster, wax and rusted metal. But, although the two artists are very different, their work has similar queries. This two-man show explores the nature of aesthetics.


Lifetime Personal Fantasties, LLC

A two-person exhibition featuring poems by Keith J. Varadi (Los Angeles) and paitngins by Michael Kennedy Costa (New York), curated by Sally Glass.  ‘Contract’, A […]

Dylan Cale Jones: Go No Further

Current MFA candidate at SMU Dylan Cale Jones is making a bit of a splash for himself in Dallas this summer: in addition to this […]

Lindsay Mapes: Show in a Box

The show will include some righteous new paintings, totally tubular artist-designed wallpaper, and radical artist-designed clothing, all of which crossed the Atlantic in one adorable […]

Everything is Better in Public

The SMU Department of Arts 2014 qualifying exhibition of works by second year MFA students Tim Best, William Binnie, Emily Lacour, Kiernan Lofland and Melissa […]


Site-specific works. Justin Hunter Allen, Artbeef, Tim Best, Francis Giampietro, Sally Glass, Pierre Krauss, Michael Mazurek, and Greg Metz have been asked to take into consideration […]

Francis Giampietro: Before and after

Giampietro’s work comes out of misgivings with things like: American football fandom, conceptions of work ethic, the cultural value of labor, saints, pigs, popes, the […]


Artbeef collaborators will work together to create installations relying only on social media to communicate. The work will be posted online for open critique several […]

Lou Mallozzi: Peers

On the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination,  Mallozzi will present a performance comprised of Lee Harvey Oswald’s statements made from the moment of […]

COPS: Nickle and Dimed

Art beef is calling this a “reverse auction.” Small works from Art Beef members are available for purchase for set values, ( $5, $10, $20, […]

Michael Mazurek: Art Is For Pussys

Mazurek creates site specific installations with mundane materials that attempt to blur the distinctions between the real and the surreal.


Artbeef is a collective of artists based in Dallas who produce site-specific installations, exhibitions, and events using vacant commercial spaces throughout the city. Artbeef is temporarily […]