Conduit Gallery

http://www.conduitgallery.com

(214) 939-0064

1626 C Hi Line

Dallas, TX 75207

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CURRENT

Margaret Meehan: Paper Moon

Conduit Gallery

September 6 - October 4, 2014

Chic ceramic golems and painted and collaged Vogue advertisements on 19th century cabinet cards link Coco Chanel with Frankenstein.

Ludwig Schwarz: WALKINCLOSET

Conduit Gallery

September 6 - October 4, 2014

A story-show about Joaquin Klose, "a man of little means and a a fan of Little Feet," who invented WALKINCLOSET (The Game) on the eve of allegedly abandoning his family. Basically a set of instructions to be passed on via word of mouth, this game was never intended to be reproduced and/or marketed, but "is now considered a small masterpiece in the somewhat obscure instructional gaming underworld."



PAST

Longitude/Latitude Part II

The second part of Conduit’s 30th anniversary show will feature older works alongside recent ones by gallery artists Robert Barsamian, Rosalyn Bodycomb, Gabriel Dawe, Kirk […]

Longitude/Latitude: Part I

Congratulations to Conduit Gallery for reaching their 30 year milestone! Their anniversary shows will pair older works with new ones by gallery artists. Part 1 […]

Rosalyn Bodycomb: My Aviary My Aviary

Bodycomb will recreate an installation that involves painting, kinetic sculpture, light and sound. It has previously been exhibited at the Animamus Art Salon, New York, NY. […]

Sandra Ono: low tide

A San Francisco based sculptor who assembles everyday materials (Q-tips, rubber bands and aluminum foil) into biomorphic shapes.  

Ellen Berman: Object/Subject

Berman’s oil paintings are a scientific examination of light, form and surface and an expression of the beauty of crystalline and still objects.     […]

Billy Hassell: Illumination

What begin as careful observations of birds, insects, plants and flowers become stylized figures on patterned grounds influenced by a wide range of decorative traditions.

Lance Letscher: Pregunta numero uno

Conduit Gallery announces an exhibition of new works by Lance Letscher. The exhibition, unlike any previous at the gallery, will span all 3 exhibition spaces and […]

Fahamu Pecou: How to Eat Your Watermelon...

Fahamu Pecou overlays social commentary and hip hop culture onto the world of contemporary art with paintings and drawings that depict Pecou on fictionalized magazine […]

Matt Clark: Marriage

The paintings in Matt Clark’s Marriage bring together unrelated aspects of the artist’s life that influence a kind production that is physical, romantic and academically […]

James Sullivan, W. Tucker: Chuck and George

James Sullivan’s exhibition features large-scale figures molded from straw and plaster, cast iron sculptures and What Remains- an ongoing sculptural project. Austin based artist W. […]

Jason Flowers: Critique Machine

Wires, switches and electronic automations culminate to an array of small speakers that will fill Conduit Gallery’s Project Room with a cacophony of unintelligible sound […]

Roberto Munguia: TepeQuetzalandia

“The plumed mountain” or “volcano” is the metaphorical inspiration for paintings in oil and encaustic, monotype and ink jet prints and porcelain sculpture.

Rosalyn Bodycomb: Cassandra

Bodycomb’s figurative paintings capture modern-day Greece and, in many ways, a universal humanity, with an undertow of sadness.

K.C. Collins

Collins employs a mix of landscape, interiors and still life filled with found objects, skewed perspectives, textures, and hand made items that are strategically organized […]

Jennie Ottinger: Doubles Trouble

A stop-motion animation that tells the story of a Wheelchair Wimbledon Doubles Tennis team that goes to dramatic lengths to ensure their team a first […]

Mimi Kato: One Ordinary Day of an Ordinary Town

A contemporary photographic interpretation of traditional Japanese genre paintings and the Kyogen and Butoh style of movement and theater. In addition to playing each of […]

Kris Pierce: Final Boss of the Internet

By re-defining spatial relationships through the viewers’ physical reaction to hypnotic repetition, Final Boss of the Internet re-contextualizes the language of our new digital environment. […]

Gabriel Dawe: Blinding Pain

Installation work using thread, textiles, straight pins and clothing, subversive of notions of masculinity and machismo that are so ingrained in Dawe’s Mexican heritage.

Rex Ray: Orange Sunshine

San Francisco’s Rex Ray’s art can be found in museums and galleries as well as rock clubs and on Swatch watches.