Circuit 12 Contemporary
October 14 - November 30, 2017
A show curated by Benjamin Terry and featuring works by Katie Bell, Matt Kleberg, Keith Allyn Spencer, Marilyn Jolly, Alex Ebstein and Brad Tucker. Each artist in the exhibition "acknowledges tropes of abstractionists throughout history, while forging their own visual language within the contemporary dialogue of painting."
“The evening will feature a performance by Austin based artist Brad Tucker as Bad Trucker, DJ sets by Osay Green and Greg Meza, a Pop...Read More
A show of works by interdisciplinary artist Carmen Menza.
A show of new works by Graham Caldwell.
A pop-up show featuring works by Shamsy Roomiani.
A group show featuring works by REVOK, Rachel Owens, Paul Anthony Smith, Lauren Silva, Kris Pierce, Jimmy Baker, Manny Prieres and Amber Renaye.
A show of works by artist Howard Sherman. His large-scale canvases often “carry traces of his background in cartooning, offsetting the loud, raw power of his...Read More
A show of new works by Gina S. Orlando.
A show of new works by Lucas Martell.
A group show featuring works by Philip Denker, Angela Kallus, Brian Porray, & David Ryan. The exhibition is organized by Angela Kallus.
A performance by Pierre Krause and Gregory Ruppe
A show of works by Casey Gray and Clark Goolsby. Both artists explore how the viewer processes a “visual cacophony” of images.
An exhibition of new and recent works by UTA professor Marilyn Jolly. In her work, Jolly explores notions of imperfection, incompleteness, and the idea of transience.
A backroom exhibition featuring works by Philip Kremer & Paul Winker.
An exhibition of paintings by Mathew Zefeldt. The show includes over 200 representations of the subject, a Roman copy of a Greek sculpture, as well as a...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Arthur Peña, Cody Hudson, Iva Gueorguieva, Jacin Giordano, Lauren Silva, Stephen Ormandy, Timothy Bergstrom, and Tomory Dodge. The pieces in the...Read More
Houston takes Dallas. Works by Bill Willis, Bradley Kerl, Alika Herreshoff, Lane Hagood, Angel Oloshove, Katy Heinlein, Heath West, Jonathan Ryan Storm, and Dylan Roberts.
An exhibition showing works by artists who reflect contemporary consumption in their practice. “The works featured in Mysterious Muck combine seemingly unrelated imagery, materials, environments...Read More
A group show organized by former Dallasite Lauren Fulton, who now works at MCA Chicago. Featuring Robert Andrade (San Diego); Debra Barrera (Houston); William Binnie (Williamstown); Kayla Lewis (Chicago); Soo Shin...Read More
An exhibition of works by Dallas-based artist Gina Garza that utilize pattern-making to transform internal views into outer perceptions.
New works by Ted Gahl, TJ Donovan, Keith J Varadi, Luis Miguel Bendaña, Carmen Price, Cody Tumblin, Ron Ewert, Tisch Abelow, Cody Hudson, Jim Drain,...Read More
The first installment of a multi-part collaborative project. The conceptual and material components will then move to Hiroshima Art Center in February and to Zurich...Read More
Andrea Myers’ work explores the space between the two-dimensional and three-dimensional, hybridizing painting, printmaking and sculpture, primarily with the use of fabric and paper.
Concrete art: Ultimately it is only the painting that knows its thingness, the painter need not exist.
DiJulio is a sculptor and installation artist from Philadelphia. He draws inspiration from his immediate surroundings; he collects, gathers and analyzes found objects and presents...Read More
Featuring Jesse Morgan Barnett, John Frost, Michael Mazurek, Colby Parsons, Lucia Simek. Curated by Ryder Richards.
Gooolsby has created 12 paintings in which he confronts his emotions triggered by the excess of information.
In his first solo show at Circuit 12 Contemporary, Josh Reames presents a new series of paintings, customized sunglasses, and installation work that merges tropical...Read More
Repetition, Ritual, Memory is a two-person exhibition with Dallas artists Kendra Briscoe and Marilyn Jolly. Briscoe and Jolly investigate and reinterpret the ideas of home,...Read More
It’s the last chance to see Concrete Jungle. Concrete Jungle creates a tribal, modernist society within the gallery as a reflection of the 1955 film Blackboard...Read More
Two artists with a deep affection for the sea, for mountains and the balancing act between nature and urbanity.