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A show of works by Dallas-based photographer Nan Coulter.
A show of works by the Goss-Michael Foundation’s summer artist-in-residence Henry Swanson. “Swanson’s oil paintings layer art history with pop-cultural references, creating humorous and timely...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Jenaro Goode (Houston), Keer Tanchak (Dallas) and Paul Winker (Dallas).
A show of site-specific paintings and sculptures by Cuban-American and Brooklyn-based artist José Parlá. From the gallery: “Expanding on previous motifs and exploring new ideas in...Read More
An exhibition of photographs by participants in the Foundation’s Retail As Art photography competition.
An exhibition of works by Paula Crown. The show will consist of sound, performance, and etched glass works.
An exhibition of works “addressing sociopolitical issues, the global market, gender, pop culture and internet phenomena.” So, basically everything that we deal with in our...Read More
A cocktail reception honoring the first Goss-Michael Foundation (FEATURE) artist, Nathan Green.
On November 19th the new Goss-Michael Foundation re-opens at 1405 Turtle Creek Boulevard in the lower Oak Lawn area of Dallas. The opening exhibition, Highlights...Read More
Paintings, animated computer portraits and a wall drawing installation by Michael Craig-Martin at The Goss-Michael Foundation. Don’t miss him in conversation with Jeremy Strick at the Nasher Sculpture...Read More
featuring work by Mat Collishaw, Matthew Darbyshire, Ian Dawson (shown), Tracey Emin, James Hopkins, John Isaacs, Rachel Kneebone, Mark Titchner, Christian Ward, and Gary Webb
This is British artist and Goldsmith grad Richard Patterson‘s second show in Dallas (the first was at the DMA in 2000). Be sure to join...Read More
The Goss-Michael Foundation rounded up some of YBA Lucas‘ work from their own collection for this often witty exhibit.
If you missed out on seeing Tim Noble and Sue Webster‘s recently deinstalled electric fountain at Rockefeller Center, you can now see their work a...Read More
Works from the Kenny Goss/George Michael collection. See some Hirst formaldehyde with your own eyes.