April 2 - May 7, 2016
An exhibition of three monumental paintings created by the artist through a 2007 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Grant. The show also includes Bodycomb's Insomniac painting series in which the artists paints shadows cast on her ceiling.
April 2 - May 7, 2016
An exhibition of works by Texas and New York-based sculptor Juan Fontanive. The works in the show are flip book machines that cycle through 72 double-sided screen-prints sourced from 18th and 19th century natural history illustrations.
An exhibition of works on paper created by Stephen Lapthisophon during his four-month installation project at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
An exhibition of gestural paintings by Tsibi Geva. The artist on their work: “Different levels of interpretation—the subjective/psychological, the political, and the aesthetic—coexist. I believe these three registers supplement...Read More
An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Catherine Howe. The artist is inspired by the decorative and ornate qualities in Dutch Baroque painting, and...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
An exhibition of works by Denton-based artist Annette Lawrence. The drawings and installation in the show are sourced from the recent digitation of the artist’s journals.
An exhibition of works on paper “that showcase the artist’s ongoing investigations with wax, ink and paint.” Through this use of materials, Munguia has developed a unique...Read More
An exhibition of drawings by Austin-based artist W. Tucker. HIs works reference both materials and an invented cast of characters, forming individual narratives. The show...Read More
An exhibition of works by Dallas-based artist Lily Hanson. Hanson will create a site-specific installation that will serve as a framework for her small abstract sculptures.
An exhibition of collages that the artist calls “baroque and highly decorative with an elusive narrative.”
An exhibition of new sculptural works by Santa Fe based artist Ted Larsen. The works “are intended to begin a dialogue concerning: pattern recognition, formal aesthetic issues...Read More
An exhibition of ceramic sculptures by Anthony Sonnenberg. Reminiscent of Baroque and Rococo designs, the pieces are comprised of thick glazes that revel the “darker side...Read More
An exhibition of small scale paintings that are allegorical representations of the artist’s reactions to recent political conflict.
An exhibition of woven cloths by Diedrick Brackens. Pulling from cultural references and personal relationships, the patterns and messages Brackens weaves into the textiles echo history and...Read More
An exhibition featuring a series of abstract and figure drawings by Dallas-based artist and dancer, Mary Ellen Lacy.
An exhibition by Hamburg-based sculptor Reinhold Engberding, who has reworked several high school band uniforms into ambiguous forms and added embroidered words from a poem.
An exhibition featuring a series of large-scale collaborative works combining Matt Clark’s abstract painting methods with Jackson Echols’ experimental photographic processes.
Three new exhibitions: Jules Buck Jones’ “Portraits of an Invisible Predator”; Matt Clark’s “Serendipity”; and Scott Daniel Ellison’s “Short Stories.”
An exhibition of artist Vincent Ramos’ site-specific installation featuring two series of small scale drawings and collages investigating the current political immigration debate and class...Read More
An exhibition of Jeff Baker’s images documenting the Lower East Side of Manhattan in a time of great change in the city.
An exhibition of drawings, prints and paintings by artist Susan Barnett that visualize mathematical models associated with The Theory of Everything as well as the...Read More
Three solo shows: Drink The Bath– painting, sculpture, and video work by Jeff Gibbons; Seven– Stephen Lapthisophon’s works on paper and canvas combining text and...Read More
New, large-scale paintings by Denton artist Robert Jessup, shown in both of Conduit’s two main galleries. These have less representational imagery than his earlier work,...Read More
A solo show of videos and drawings by St. Paul, MN based artist Chris Larson, featuring the video Heavy Rotation which was included in the...Read More
In the main galleries, Rosalyn Bodycomb’s Refuge features oil paintings and prints of post-Katrina New Orleans and Joan Winter’s Journey, an exhibition of multimedia works...Read More
Welsh artist Sarah Ball’s most recent works are intricate and diminutive painted portraits taken from police mugshots. They delve into ideas surrounding 19th-century physiognomy—which was...Read More
Using brushes, cardboard, spreaders, palette knives and dry wall spatulas to achieve a rich, carved and grooved texture, Falsetta presents both large scale paintings on...Read More
For the past four years, Dallas artist Gabriel Dawe has become well known for his Plexus series of large-scale installations using bright gradients of suspended...Read More
The first solo exhibition in Texas of Claire Colette’s noirish architectural renderings.
Chic ceramic golems and painted and collaged Vogue advertisements on 19th century cabinet cards link Coco Chanel with Frankenstein.
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...Read More
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...Read More