Dimension Gallery

Dimension Gallery


979 Springdale #99

Austin, Texas 78702


Nick Schnitzer: Inevitable Reckoning

Dimension Gallery

April 5 - May 5, 2018

"Inevitable Reckoning offers viewers an a new way to consider climate change and its effects on our inner and outer landscapes. Through the exaggerated lens of artist and craftsman Nick Schnitzer, this new series of work at combines craft, science, and storytelling in a way appeals to our most basic sense of survival."


Dana Younger: NO

From the gallery: “With his explorations of figurative work, Dana Younger attempts to answer societal questions: Are we beholden to the mythology we inherited, be...

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The Paved Garden

The Paved Garden is a large-scale outdoor sculpture exhibition featuring works by: Colby Brinkman Erin Cunningham Jonas Criscoe Rachel David Sarah Heath Magdalena Jarkowiec Sun...

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“Sculp-chur is a “product line” that consists of one of a kind small sculptures packaged to mimic retail presentation. Each piece is an original artwork...

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About Us

A show of works by Austin-based artist and Big Medium co-founder Shea Little.

Colin McIntyre: The Resonant Lung

A sound installation comprised of a pipe organ installed in a shipping container. The organ is controlled electronically, allowing composers to design sound environments to...

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Dana Younger: #solidfriends

#solidfriends is a series of sculptures that deal with the themes of immediate, ephemeral connections, such as selfies and the posts we generate or experience on...

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Cloaked Identity: Art of the Mask

An exhibition of masks as art. Featuring works by Dennis McNett, Lucien Shapiro, Niv Cohen, Corinne Loperfido, Alyssa Taylor Wendt, Dana Younger, Ana Aguilar, Valerie Chaussonnet, Emily Coleman, Grant Kreizenbeck, Jasmine Johnson,...

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Terra Goolsby: Lullabies and New Language

An exhibition of works by Austin-based curator and artist Terra Goolsby. The pieces in the show are influenced by “mysticism, science fiction, religious lore, and psychology.”

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