Hawn Gallery at Hamon Art Library - SMU
September 20 - December 15, 2017
Collective Practice: Community Building Through Zines features works by Puro Chingón Collective, with members James Huizar, Claudia Zapata and Claudia Aparicio-Gamundi. The works on display include prints, short films, and zines largely from the Collective’s own publication, ChingoZine. The exhibition’s inclusion of the Collective’s zines and visual art helps illustrate how the use of text and images act as a means to support, represent, and empower diverse groups.
“An exhibition of new works by Dallas-based artist Ira Greenberg. The show features drawings completed over a two-year period exploring the continuum between computational (digital)...Read More
“Piecing It Together features works by Danielle Kimzey, Mary Laube, and Christopher Reno. These three painters share an interest in exploring the private world of...Read More
A show of animated shorts, digital prints, paintings, and works on paper by Toronto-based artist Dylan Glynn. “Emotive and rich in narration, this body of work...Read More
“For R3clamation: Routes & Roots, artist Basil Kincaid fills the gallery with assemblage quilts, sculptures, and garments, comprised of the clutter we encounter daily in...Read More
Koch, retired professor of studio art at SMU, examines concepts of natural and artificial in the process of working with wood.
Graphic design projects by self-taught designer Philip Van Keuren, director of the Pollock Gallery at SMU from 1991 to 2012.
Dallas artist Andrew Douglas Underwood’s first solo exhibition, Archive of Shadows, compiles photographs, maps, drawings, texts and diagrams to make fragmented historical and literary vignettes,...Read More
This show will feature Camilla Cowan’s prints and paintings, many inspired by molas and other folk art. Cowan, who holds a journalism degree from SMU,...Read More
Landscapes from the American Southwest features paintings and drawings by David Dreyer based on his visits to Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado over the past...Read More
Vance rocked the Dallas art world for more than 14 years with Gray Matters Gallery before finally closing the doors in 2005. Now he’s back...Read More