Hiram Butler Gallery
A show of press photographs from the collection of Murray Moss.
A show of works by Will Henry.
A show of new lithographs by Stanley Whitney.
A show of works by Edwin Schlossberg.
A show of works by Kyung-Lim Lee.
An exhibition of works by NYC-based artist Jennifer Bartlett. The show features diptych oil paintings inspired by Bartlett’s home garden.
An exhibition of works by New York artist Matt Kleberg. The works in the show are inspired by “Cubism, Fauvism and various related movements to produce...Read More
Works by Frank Stella.
An exhibition of sculptures by Matt Magee. The works in the show range from 1987 to 2015.
Works by Michael Tracy.
An exhibition pairing prints and ceramics.
Works by Forrest Bess.
An exhibition of prints by Jennie C. Jones, an artist currently featured in a solo exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston.
Works by Jennifer Bartlett, Daniel Buren, Helen Frankenthaler, Damien Hirst, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, James Siena, and James Turrell.
An exhibition of work by Kate Shepherd.
A video installation by Mark Fox that features footage filmed beneath the surface of Monet’s lily pond in Giverny, France.
An exhibition of works by James Siena.
An exhibition of works by Jennifer Bartlett, Ellen Gallagher, Michelle Grabner, Jennie C. Jones, Sherrie Levine, Agnes Martin, Bridget Riley, Julia Rommel, Kate Shepherd, and...Read More
An exhibition of London-based artist Michael Petry’s glass installation.
An elaborate, large-scale montage of inkjet printing, offset lithography, chine collé, color silkscreen printing on scrolls, created by artist Rirkrit Tiravanija in collaboration with several...Read More
After his 25-year survey organized by The Blaffer in 2012, Tony Feher is back in town. A sculptor who uses non-precious, commonly available materials and...Read More
More meticulously crafted, deadpan goofy works from Fort Worth’s own Vernon Fisher. Internationally celebrated for well over three decades, he just stays in Texas and...Read More
Unique inkjet prints based on Turrell’s recent Guggenheim show, in artist designed frames. Gotta finish that crater!