Cohn Drennan Contemporary
A national exhibition of artists involved in self-produced, self-promoted art, music, literature and alternative media by John M. Bennett, Sophia Le Fraga, Lanny Quarles, Spencer […]
Decorative abstraction from Richard Dana, Allison Gregory, and Cathy Drennan.
Cohn Drennan Contemporary will partner with the 28th Annual Meeting of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, hosted by Southern Methodist University, October 9 […]
David Diaz, Erica Guajardo, Gary Joe Uribe, Seth Victorious and Syd Webb.
New earthenware sculptures from Milnes, the outgoing dean of UNT’s art school.
Large format black and white photos taken in Dallas and Austin in the 1980s and 1990s, creating a portrait of the denizens of punk, rockabilly, […]
Justus’ current series of paintings addresses the concepts and symbolism of meat as subject and signifier.
Samuell is interested in seeing something that can evoke a new feeling or image of an idea.
Hendrick’s process is to paint on garbage produced by institutions.
Bonny Leibowitz and Winter Rusiloski combine two recent bodies of work. Leibowitz creates three-dimensional work while Rusiloski makes a series of paintings that continue her […]
Judy Jashinsky The Assassination of President Kennedy and 13 Days + 13 Nights: The Cuban Missile Crisis
Over the past several years Jashinsky has created more than sixty works in various media of events, portraits, and personalities key to her memories of […]
Cohn Drennan Contemporary opens with new works from Michael Blair and Angel Fernandez. Michael Blair continues his commitment to various modes of abstraction. Female and […]
Cohn Drennan Contemporary will close the 2012-2013 season with Summer Camp, a group exhibition of gallery artists.
Cohn Drennan Contemporary hosts four Denton artists, the Chapman sisters Ayrton and Bailey, Jennifer Jones and Alex Revier, in the gallery’s annual summer exhibition.
SAID (Student Artists in Dallas) is a selection of student work from Abilene Christian University (ACU), Art Department’s Professional Practices course. The artists represented in […]
Cohn Drennan Contemporary presents three series of paintings from three artists, Giovanni Valderas, Michael McKenzie and Allison Gregory. Valderas incorporates mixed media to depict ambiguous […]
Featuring Artists: Jan Ayers, Betsy Bass, Ariel Bowman, Karmien Bowman, Lauren Browning, Linda Chidsey, Annelies Christian, Artyce Colen, Tony Collins, Robert W. Dobbs, Jerry Dodd, […]
Photographs, graphics, art, music, video and artifacts of the Dallas Punk scene from 1976 through 1982.
Currie and Martin, MFA students at UNT, explore narrative, utilizing themes of reverence, unease and souvenir. Curated by Danielle Naylor. This will be both artists’ […]
Gallery artist Christopher Olivier, has curated an exhibition of Houston artists for our Dallas audience.
A multimedia exhibition by Washington, DC based artist collective Take Me to the River (TMTTR) addresses a variety of water-related themes.
Some AusTex art at Cohn Drennan Contemporary.
An exhibition created by graduate students enrolled in the UNT, Professional Practices for Art classes, in this instance Michael Garlitz/Chelsea Williams, Geryn Roche/Joy Ude, Shelley […]
Works of art that address life in transition – transformation of the physical and psychological.
Four new artists: Michelle Brandley’s paintings address self-image and physical acceptance in a celebrity driven culture; M. Kate Helmes examinines questions of identity through clothing […]
A narrative stop-motion video about two warring alien factions seeking power and raw materials. The artist is a recent recipient of the 2012 Clare Hart […]
Underwater photographs by commercial and fashion photographer Jeremy McKane, who was instrumental in developing the collection of Dallas art for the Omni Dallas Convention Center […]
Work from students at Abilene Christian University’s, Art Department’s Professional Practices course featuring works by Morgan Hallmark, Jay Hendrick, Kimmy McNiece, Stacy Olsen, Anna Pinson, […]
A new series exploring the notion of Mother-As-Villain.
Paintings that examine and re-address the concept of the gaze.
Rusiloski’s landscape fusion paintings, Menza’s ongoing jazz influenced compositions and Drennan’s new textural studies based on her earlier series incorporating international symbolism.