Gray Matters Gallery
113 N. Haskell Ave.
Dallas, TX, 75226
October 24 - December 12, 2015
An exhibition that "plays out the unique agency of chiral forms – their asymmetrical symmetry, how they look alike and act differently, and their ability to spin light out into space (or optical activity) – when introduced to the realm of art. Chirality is most frequently used in the sciences to describe the “handedness” of molecules, their organization in space as mirror images that cannot be superimposed on one another." Whatever that means. Featured artists include: Ellen Levy, Jeff Gibbons, Luke Harnden, Trent Straughan, Alan and Michael Fleming, and Steve Oscherwitz.
A group exhibition celebrating some of the trillion phtos taken this year that exaggerate, mask, and distort reality. Featuring works by Sterling Allen, Kalee Appleton,...Read More
A show of both new and earlier drawings, paintings, and collages by artist and Gray Matters Gallery owner (and TWU curator) Vance Wingate.
This exhibition brings together a range of artists who reference mythic figures, evoking gender, fame, popular culture and politics. Featuring: Libby Black, Glitter Chariot, TJ Hunt, Jim Nolan, Carlos Rosales Silva, Gregory...Read More
As a memorial of the 50th anniversary of JFK’s death, Dallas/Fort Worth and national artists investigate topics such as memory, mourning, and celebrity. Artists include: Celia...Read More
Dallas/Fort Worth and national artists examine the multiple legacies of the 1963 assassination of JFK. Participants include: Mary Wallings Blackburn, Christopher Blay, Celia Eberle, Heyd Fontenot,...Read More
Gray Matters Gallery presents Made in Oak Cliff, an exhibition featuring members of the Oak Cliff 5 who were instrumental in bringing national arts attention...Read More
Curator Christina Rees has been tracking the work of Peter Ligon (Dallas) and Corbett Sparks (Massachusetts) for some time. Vance Wingate was generous enough to...Read More
Artists use alter egos to escape the stultifying constraint of reputation. Joshua Goode, Ryder Richards, Lucia Simek, and Andrew Douglas Underwood are The Art Foundation.
And/Or Gallery‘s Paul Slocum juried this exhibit of work by SMU students. Check out the next generation of Dallas artists! And while you’re in the...Read More