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."

Longitude/Latitude Part II

Conduit Gallery

August 2 - 30, 2014

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 Hayes, Robert Jessup, Jules Buck Jones, Stephen Lapthisophon, Carrie Marill, Margaret Meehan, Marcleyn McNeil, C. Meng, Justin Quinn, Rex Ray, Al Souza, James Sullivan, W. Tucker, and Reinhard Ziegler.



PAST

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. […]

Jill Storthz

Block prints all from single block of Japanese basswood.

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.