The first US exhibition of work by cinema-influenced, French conceptual art star Loris Gréaud, whose meteoric rise includes installations at the Louvre, the Centre Pompidou, […]
An audio-visual work installed in an acoustically-controlled space that proposes an experience favorable to the state of reverie.
Three solo shows under one roof: International fashion photographer Testino turns his lens on mountainous people of Peru and their traditional and festive costumes. Uklanski is […]
A critique of the DC’s Student New Media Art Exhibition with North Texas experts Frank Dufour, Ruth West, and Ira Greenberg.
Work drawing from new media programs in North Texas.
Richard Phillips: Negation of the Universe AND Julian Schnabel: An Artist Has A Past (Puffy Clouds and Strong Cocktails): 15 Paintings Over The Last Decade
A superstar twofer.
Presented by the Dallas Art Fair Foundation and Dallas Contemporary.
Four exhibitions in an airplane hangar: JR: Les Miserables – Lavish: Design in Dallas – Arthur Pena: slight shift, steady hand – Paula Crown: Inside my head: A Contemporary […]
The SMU Center of Creative Computation director will talk about painting and coding.
West is an interdisciplinary artist-reseracher at UNT.
Kevin Todora and Randy Guthmiller will discuss Todora’s latest exhibition, birchpleez, as well as their mutual fascination with shapes.
During the month of October Dallas will premiere the work of three social practices artists Janeil Engelstad, founder of the ‘MAP’ project, and two ‘Nasher […]
dcUNIVERSITY/dcU lecture series featuring North TExas college professors. Guest speakers explore current trends in contemporary art related to their field of expertise.
The Dallas Contemporary presents two talks with artists from their current five show extravaganza.
The massive Dallas Contemporary has all the room in the world and they’re using it all to open the fall season with five exhibitions. And […]
In this second lecture in the series, Dallas Contemporary’s Director Peter Doroshenko will provide practical insight into the world of the juried art show.
A working art fair inside the Dallas Contemporary, co-produced by the Dallas Art Fair and SEVEN, a consortium of galleries that has curated quasi-commercial fair-like […]
Belgian fashion designer Walter Van Beirendonck exhibits his spring 2013 collection of one-of-a-kind pieces on a series of motorized pedestals, allowing audience members to experience […]
Dallas graffiti artist SONER gets his first institutional show, curated by Dallas Contemporary’s director, Peter Doroshenko. Two major wall paintings and one interactive community art […]
Dallas legend John Pomara deconstructs social media through digitally altered tumblr pictures. Curated by DC Director Peter Doroshenko.
A discussion with the new media artist and activist about her new work, In the Realm of Rare and Analogous Accidents. Local film historian and […]
A discussion about New Media Art with Brittany Ransom, Assistant Professor of Digital/ Hybrid Media and Video Art at Southern Methodist University. FREE for Dallas […]
DC’s big party, featuring visuals by current artist DZINE, house dj Derrick Carter, and a display by the Lowrider Car Clubs of Dallas. Tickets $50, […]
Chicago-based, Dzine is a self-taught, mixed media artist who investigates Kustom Kulture and its relationship to art, sub cultures and the institution. Victory is the […]
A six-chaptered reflection on Texas through cinematic metaphor, curated by Dallas Contemporary’s Director, Peter Doroshenko. The exhibition will feature the work of Morehshin Allahyari (Dallas), […]
More than 300 works of of meticulous and audacious fashion photography will take over two of Dallas Contemporary’s largest galleries, commissioned by Nancy C. and […]
K8 Hardy uses video, film, photography and performance to highlight and critique the current portrayal of women in popular culture.
Oliver Francis Gallery curates three installations in/on/around three brand new Chevy Sonic vehicles at Dallas Contemporary for FrontRow Live. Although the event is sponsored by […]
A real-world session for artists, to help advance their careers on “working with a curator,” with Fort Worth Modern curator Andrea Karnes.
The new Mae Wested series is part of Crosher’s The Michelle duBois Project, inspired by the impossibility of knowing oneself through photographs.
Large sculptural works created specifically for this exhibition focus on the home or dwelling.