Liliana Bloch Gallery
Du Chau’s solo exhibition Part of a Continuum is “an installation that incorporates multiplicity in ceramics and wire to create a quiet contemplative yet emotionally charged...Read More
A group exhibition of video and photography reflecting the human condition and exploring our relationship with nature, including works by Allison Hunter, Debora Hunter, Leigh...Read More
A group exhibition featuring a variety of paper works, including art by Mayra Barraza, Tim Best, Kristen Cochran, Michael Corris, Ann Glazer, Lynne Harlow, Letitia...Read More
An exhibition by artist Ann Glazer that questions the constraints of weight and space in an increasingly mobile society and painting in a culture that...Read More
An installation by artist Letitia Huckaby, who evokes old master portraiture in her honoring of the spirit of sacrifice and faith of the nuns at...Read More
Goolsby draws influence from symbols used to convey information (scientific or mathematical in nature) as a means to question our belief and knowledge structure. The...Read More
Faces explores isolation and interaction—Alicia Henry is interested in the complexities and the contradictions surrounding familial relationships as well as societal differences and how these...Read More
Dallas-based photographer Merrill will show new work: “…composite photographs from hundreds of individual photos… that explore the construction of desire, fiction and beauty in our...Read More
A group exhibition about the American education system. Participating artists: Mayra Barraza, Tim Best, Du Chau, Ryan Goolsby, Letitia Huckaby, Vince Jones, Kathy Lovas, Leigh...Read More
Large scale photographic collages by Tim Best.
Lovas presents a new series of colorful silkscreen prints, in which she examines ideas of indexicality, the archive, and the frame through personal narratives.
This sculpture exhibition is about interpersonal relationships.
This collaboration features hundreds of construction paper figures of well-known personalities drawn from media culture.
Liliana Bloch Gallery present Salvadoran artist Mayra Barraza, making her Dallas debut. The artist makes realist animal paintings.
Waddy Armstrong’s work is a combination of botanical structures and motifs, contemplating a return to nature through artistic inquiry.
Side Affect alludes to the FDA’s evolving regulatory practices since its inception in 1892. Mindful of the growing power and influence of private and public...Read More
Glazer returns to her roots in painting with a pared down, linear installation that includes a wall drawing of an imaginary space. Glazer combines elements...Read More