January 9 - February 13, 2016
An exhibition of 667 acrylic laser cut fingernails. The nails are inspired by Mina Loy's 1914 text "Aphorisms on Futurism" and "are used as a performance tool, via a single channel video, to facilitate discourse between a mother and daughter both biologically and historically linked."
January 9 - February 13, 2016
An exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based artist Austin Eddy. "Eddy’s deceptively simple compositions display an array of playful shapes in a vernacular of imagery reminiscent of fingers, hands, arms, and eyes all in a seeming variety of actions." Shapes, colors, and more: everything you could possibly want from abstract painting!
A series of six-foot square paintings, found object sculpture and an 18-minute musical composition titled Taos described thus: “Welcome to Taos Thrift Shop . ....Read More
A collection of intensely handmade paintings and drawings that span continents and condense timelines, with an interest in anthropology and an eye toward architecture and...Read More
Large scale floral forms play with the boundaries of sculpture and painting.
Oak Cliff native Edward Ruiz marries geometric sculpture, music, and mathematic technology to create all encompassing sensory installations of sight, movement, and sound.
Symbolic amalgamations, of collaged symbols and text, influenced by “outsider” artists such as Bill Traylor and Simon Rodia with a knowing post-modern twist.
In Miller’s small-scale acrylic paintings of an imagined, not too distant future familiar objects and places are integrated with islands shaped like thumbs and fantastical...Read More
A group exhibition featuring five Conduit Gallery artists: Gabriel Dawe, Vincent Falsetta, Rex Ray, W. Tucker and Ted Larsen.
Jeremy Red is a Dallas native and UNT grad Jeremy Red’s paintings are rich stories whose characters are drawn from his own life. Each focuses...Read More
A simulated court trial in the form of competitive debate in the Conduit Gallery Project Room by Tom Rusotti, creator of Aesthletics, artistically-informed sporting events,...Read More
A gathering of small-scale building collages constructed from cardboard that reflect the brightly colored homes and businesses of Hispanic neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California. Her...Read More
Sculptures on man, nature and Japanese architecture in translucent cast resin and fine hardwoods.
Bits of old letters and books are pieced together to form Escher-like, three-dimensional illusions. In March of 2009, The UT Austin published Lance Letscher: Collage...Read More
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–8 pm Self-taught Fort Worth painter Kirk Hayes explores the beauty and sorrow of human experience via deeply odd, trompe-l’oeil paintings...Read More
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–8 pm Guy Mendes has spent the past forty years traversing the South, from the streets of New Orleans to the...Read More
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–8 pm Sandra Ono is a San Francisco based sculptor who assembles Q-tips, rubber bands and aluminum foil into beautiful and...Read More
Filling all three exhibition spaces at Conduit Gallery, Wunderkammer is a big group exhibition curated by Phillip M. Jones of Lexington, KY that pairs eleven...Read More
Lexington, Kentucky based Lina Tharsing’s mini-paintings of natural history museum dioramas share the interest in collecting and display in the Wunderkammer exhibition concurrently on view...Read More
America is a monumental 7×13-foot drawing assembled from 20 sheets of text-filled paper. Transcriptions of famous literature, history, poetry, politics, music, popular culture, and sociology ...Read More
Conduit Gallery opens three new exhibitions with Ted Larsen’s Past is Prologue, Michael Tole’s Blessed with all the thunder in the world, and Alison Starr’s...Read More
Conduit Gallery unleashes three exhibitions with work by Robert Jessup, Matt Clark, and Jacobine Van Der Meer in the Project Room. Robert Jessup showcases his...Read More
Fahamu Pecou unleashes work created during a residency at the McColl Center for Visual Art in his third solo show at Conduit Gallery. Pecou’s work...Read More
Conduit Gallery brings together three exhibitions with Roberto Munguia, James Michael Starr, and Ellen George. In Munguia’s exhibition Wabi-Sabi, porcelain ceramic forms paired with biomorphic...Read More
Austin artist Jules Buck Jones draws inspiration for his drawings and sculpture from his 2009 residency in Everglades National Park in Everglades while W. Tucker...Read More
Texas artist Vincent Falsetta‘s recent abstract paintings at Conduit Gallery deliver textured surfaces that contain underlying grid patterns that determine the movement of paint across...Read More
The Video Association of Dallas, Conduit Gallery, and the Dallas Museum of Art present the biannual exhibition entitled The Program: Art Beyond the Frame, curated...Read More
Conduit Gallery unleashes three solo exhibitions featuring all ladies. Dallas artist Susan Barnett exhibits her large scale paintings, works on paper and single-channel video exploring...Read More
Billy Hassell’s paintings of vistas and wildlife are based on sketches and watercolors from his journals and road trips throughout North America. Distances includes Hassell’s...Read More
Conduit Gallery brings us three exhibitions with artists Susie Phillips, Carrie Marill and Gabriel Dawe. In Crazy Work, Phillips’ new large scale cut paper collages...Read More
Three new shows at Conduit Gallery give us Texas treasure Al Souza, who continues to push the boundaries of his well-established oeuvre with new cut...Read More
What to say about this trio of shows? The press release includes the terms "concatenated," "cultural identity" and "diasporic." Uh… we like Meng’s karaoke watercolor!...Read More
Check out a solo show featuring work by Robert Barsamian; Recess: A Group Exhibition featuring Susan Barnett, Ted Larsen, Lance Letscher, Ellen George, and Billy...Read More
Check out 2007 Hunting Art Prize winner Michael Tole‘s large-scale representations of the elaborately carved Chinese camel bone sculptures, as well as new work by...Read More