McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC)
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A new media public art installation by Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts students.
A show of works by UNT professor Alicia Eggert. The pieces in the show are comprised of large-scale neon signs, lenticular prints, and videos.
An exhibition and archeological performance by Joshua Goode. In this work, Goode takes inspiration from amateur archeologists and finds “discoveries” that relate to his invented civilization.
“Sean P. Miller’s new works highlight the value of contemplative experiences through optically engaging mixed reality forms.” The exhibition includes new sculptures that incorporate the...Read More
An exhibition by Dallas artist Joshua von Ammon. “Von Ammon’s Deep Purple applies minimal approaches to painting through use of natural hand-dyeing canvas, and Mad...Read More
An exhibition by Dallas artist H. Schenck. Workings for the show began in August when a social media takeover by Schenck that invited participants to “share their...Read More
An exhibition of works by Dallas native Giovanni Valderas. “In Forged Utopia, Valderas appropriates two disparate symbols – real estate signs and piñatas. These symbols are...Read More
An exhibition featuring new video works by K. Yoland. The pieces are comprised of “images shot across Dallas with fictitious letters written in response to news...Read More
An exhibition of work by Dallas-based artist Willie Baronet. The pieces in the show are signs created by homeless people, with each work telling “the story...Read More
See the artist in his natural habitat—his studio! This show “records the unseen, the mind of the artist, through paintings of creatures, phenomena, and places.”
A curated group exhibition of artists living and working near the Cedars. The show includes work by Sheryl Anaya, Joshua von Ammon, Ali De Vito, Sean...Read More
The 13th Annual Cedars Open Studios Tour at the MAC. “Artists including Cricket Griffin, Tauma Wiggins, Mike Bosch, Blake Harris, and Mikka Bosch will be on-site...Read More
An exhibition of works inspired by the outdoors. Tickets are required.
An exhibition of works by artist DeForrest Judd (1916-92), best known for his bold, semi-abstract depictions of nature and scenes of everyday life. No relation...Read More
An exhibition of work by Lagos-born, Austin-based multidisciplinary artist Olaniyi R. Akindiya, (aka, Akirash). The show’s title “Adittu”–the Yoruba word for puzzle–refers both to the...Read More
An exhibition of paintings by Albuquerque-based artist Angela Chestnut, whose colors and patterns evoke music.
A retrospective exhibition featuring 50 works made by Mexican artist Joy Laville over the past 50 years–her first Dallas show in more than 30 years.
An immersive installation by Dallas art team Chuck & George (Brian K. Scott and Brian K. Jones). Wallpaper, oversized linoleum tiles, and pop art microwaves....Read More
An exhibition of works by Mexican photographer Flor Garduño, including images from her Trilogy publication–a “dance” in three movements, realized through years of photography in...Read More
Part of the ongoing Dallas Medianale, this video installation show features work by Francis Alys, Gary Hill, Owen Kydd, Bruce Nauman, Tara Nelson, Joe Sola,...Read More
An ambitious series of video installations, screenings, and intermedia performances, including work by Bruce Nauman, Joe Sola, Francis Alÿs, Gary Hill, Owen Kydd, John Whitney,...Read More
Made by filmmaker Quin Mathews, this documentary celebrating the MAC’s 20 years of presenting art and public programs in Dallas features rare footage and conversations...Read More
Part two of the MAC’s 20-year celebration features exhibiting artists from 2005–2013.
A special workshop series collaboration by the Business Council for the Arts and City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, DADA, Creative Arts Center, and The...Read More
A group show of Texas art icons from the 1930’s to the present, including the Dallas Nine, David Bates and Billy Hassell. Legendary North Texas...Read More
In conjunction with Jessup’s show of current works at the MAC.
Moving, Not Moving: Featuring Artists Of The Core Residency Program Of The Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston
Featuring: Julia Brown, Anna Elise Johnson, Senalka Mcdonald, Harold Mendez, Madsen Minax And Ronny Quevedo.
This year, The MAC will celebrate 20 years at 3120 McKinney Avenue. The MAC opened in 1994 as the first North Texas venue where contemporary...Read More
A DB14 panel discussion moderated by artist, writer, and educator, Stephen Lapthisophon. Using examples from each artists work, Lapthisophon will lead a discussion with the artists.Panel...Read More
This body of work includes seven large scale paintings in the style of Renaissance altar pieces and depict contemporary narratives of moral turmoil.