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."
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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! […]
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 […]
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 […]
Help Conduit Gallery celebrate 25 years of enriching the Dallas art scene! The party will feature music by San Antonio-based Buttercup, as well as "festive […]
Conduit's got another great show on their hands! Check out new work by well-known collage artist Lance Letscher (shown), drawings and an installation by Stephen […]
Jessup‘s new work (shown) is strange, but in the good kind of way. Inspired by a recent sabbatical to Europe, and more specifically artworks he […]
"FAHAMENON is a catalogue of work by Atlanta-based artist Fahamu Pecou. Designed like a high-end pop-culture magazine, FAHAMENON features articles and "ads" along with color […]
This looks like a great show! Check out Susan Barnett and Matt Clark’s work in the main galleries, but don’t forget about Jules Buck Jones […]
Conduit offers up three shows. In adddition to Holder‘s works on paper from 1972-2008, they are also presenting a group show of small-scale works by […]
Atlanta-based artist Pecou, who is currently featured in AMOA’s MODERN: Modern Art. Modern Lives. Then + Now, confronts the stereotypes on the black male in […]
As ususal, Conduit presents two main shows, plus one in the back. Up front is Michael Roch’s The Armchair Naturalist (shown) and Steven Hull, Tami […]
This is huge for video art fans!! Conduit is hosting the Video Association of Dallas‘ five-week series featuring work by artists Matthew Barney, Nathalie Djurberg, […]
Conduit has been showing some really interesting, innovative art lately in their project room. This time they offer up work by Takashi Iwasaki (shown), who […]
All-around great show. Definitely worth checking out.
Curated by Noah Simblist and Charissa Terranova, this show features work by "artists and artists collectives who’s artworks explore artists collectives and collecting," including Danica […]
Be sure to see "Memotronic," co-curated with Julio Cesar Morales of San Francisco’s Queen’s Nails Annex. It features Tzu Nyen Ho ‘s "Bohemian Rhapsody Project," […]
For the Faberg
Smith received an MFA from University Dallas in Irving and in the same year was awarded the Outstanding Emerging Artist Award by Sculpture Magazine.