Gray Matters Gallery

Gray Matters Gallery

(214) 824-7108

113 N. Haskell Ave.

Dallas, TX, 75226


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An exhibition featuring art by Josephine Durkin, Stacy Fisher, and Jay Henderson. The three artists in the show explore the notion of materials as found objects and...

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Chirality: Defiant Mirror Images

An exhibition that “plays out the unique agency of chiral forms – their asymmetrical symmetry, how they look alike and act differently, and their ability...

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A Flexible Arrangement

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,...

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Vance Wingate: Ergo; Superergo

A show of both new and earlier drawings, paintings, and collages by artist and Gray Matters Gallery owner (and TWU curator) Vance Wingate.

The STUFF of Legends: Curated by Margaret Meehan

 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...

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The Artists' Commission

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...

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The Artists’ Commission

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,...

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Made in Oak Cliff

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...

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The Art Foundation Presents: Twain

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.

SMU Juried Show

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...

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