A painting-based exhibition featuring works by Alejandro Diaz-Ayala, Sergio Garcia, Luke Harnden, and Nicholas Mathis, with concepts and curation by the exhibiting artists themselves.
Kirk Hopper Fine Art
Two solo exhibitions featuring photographic artists whom employ non-traditional methods of both picture-taking and display–Ansen Seale and Bryan Florentin.
And by monumental, they mean big.
Winter, professor emeritus at SMU, has been a fertile source for his pupils over the years. “This expansive exhibition will include over 45 of Winter’s […]
All-collage show. Works by Alejandro Diaz-Ayala, Bryan Florentin, Carlos Donjuan, Chubirka, Jay Riggio, and Luke Harnden.
Soner and Patricia Rodriguez collaborate on street arty-paintings.
Playful figurative sculptures and whimsically distorted tricycles.
Rodick’s work integrates traditional photography, alternative darkroom techniques, video, and digital imaging. Rusovich is known for witty, ironic work.
Donjuan’s work relates to the idea of illegal aliens: he interprets these childhood memories in paintings, creating masked figures, hybrid animal people, pyramids and […]
Harnden calls attention to the light and shadow in constructed forms. Utilizing found objects and industrial materials he creates interactive pieces.
Terry Maker explores mark making. Intrigued by the mundane and sacred, she utilizes a variety of commonplace objects and traditional art making materials to create […]
James Magee has created a large body of work rarely made visible to the public. The 2010 exhibition at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Revelation: the […]
Kirk Hopper Fine Art in conjunction with Deborah Colton Gallery presents Alfredo Scaroina: Quid Pro Quo. Alfredo Scaroina’s work explores abstraction and the difference in psychological expression […]
Karin Broker’s exhibition entitled Trouble in Paradise features ornate sculptural works, as well as 2D works with nailed metal on wood. They deal with bad […]
The sculptural works featured in Steel and Light explore forms and structures through construction.
Colossal, multi-colored sculptures create a sense of awe and curiosity similar to the feelings evoked in him when viewing the circus for the first time.
A trove of small, intimate portraits based on casual pencil drawings of the faces he sees on the streets and in the subways of his […]
Keri Oldham’s watercolor paintings explore film narratives, death, space and memory.
Surrealistic and symbolic works represent the struggle between the forces of good and evil.
A tribute to the strength, resourcefulness, creativity, faith and traditions from previous generations.
“A reflection on the fluidity of knowledge, the landscape of the unconscious, and the fitful starts and stops of the creative process.” Glazer lives and […]
Curator Charles Dee Mitchell said, “I shall call it Rain or Shine.” Because isn’t that really the point when you expose art to the elements? […]
Harvey Bott was born in Gill, Colorado. Upon completing high school in San Antonio, he began a Tri-Coastal and European education process that included joint […]
Eleven pieces that each correspond with a particular song from Cat Stevens’ successful 1970 album.
Over the past year, the artist traveled to various countries including India, Botswana, Cape Town and the Karoo, in South Africa. In each location she […]
Works from influential SMU teacher Winter’s five decade career in collaboration with the exhibition at The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) featuring works by Roger […]
Imagery of war, porn and the American way.
A multimedia installation about history, language, identity, alienation and intimacy. Comani works in Berlin.
Drumm paints and torches nickel and copper panels to evoke her connection to the obsolescence of the printing press.
Perzyński focuses on the question of art’s interdisciplinary character; this includes the philosophies of communicative action, social pragmatism, and individual invention. Since 1987 Bogdan Perzyński […]
Includes Heat, Garcia’s new series of silk-screen prints, and gunpowder.