In conjunction with Jessup’s show of current works at the MAC.
McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC)
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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 […]
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 […]
Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA), Creative Arts Center (CAC) and The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) are presenting this new workshop series. The topic will be […]
An extension of Smith’s research during her residency at threewalls in Chicago, this is a roving research capsule, designed to extract lost cultural histories, myths […]
Curry is a multidisciplinary artist who creates spiral sculptures from the accumulated waste in his environment.
This body of work includes seven large scale paintings in the style of Renaissance altar pieces and depict contemporary narratives of moral turmoil.
Participating artists Zach Moser and Eric Leshinsky of Shrimp Boat Projects, Brenda Perry, Irene J. Klaver and Henry G. Sanchez, create projects that contribute to […]
This will be Bryan’s first major solo exhibition in Dallas. He presents a series of silent short films which depict five stories from the New […]
Anker brings together underwater motifs of animals that look like flowers, “vanitas” in Petrie dishes inspired by art history, porcelain sponge sculptures that appear as […]
A winter artist party and ornament sale. $25 member/ $35 non member.
Theo Rigby’s project is a series of short films about the American immigration experience including live events and an online platform where users share their […]
Walk Bout is an ongoing series of works on paper and paintings that examines Smith’s identity as a Jamaican-American artist and the social struggles of […]
Vogel is a multi-media artist whose work explores the world as viewed through new media technology using web-cameras, blogs and Google searches as source material.
Johnson’s work is from an ongoing body of drawings, including two site-specific large scale works, that render a variety of natural sources with an exacting […]
The MAC welcomes exhibiting artist Tony Orrico for an art talk and discussion about his career as a performance artist and details on the current […]
Tony Orrico will perform live for more than 30 hours over the course of four days in response to the New Works Space. The first […]
The MAC presents Social memory #3, Conversation with Sophie, Target MAC drawing, an exhibition featuring the work of David Graeve. The site-specific installation in the […]
Sight-Specific is a selection of recent large-scale works that depict the forest landscapes of Northern Florida and Georgia as well as the Cascades Mountains in […]
The MAC presents their Annual Membership Exhibition Each year a theme for the exhibition. This year’s theme is Δ (DELTA).
Join The MAC for an art talk with Andrew Douglas Underwood moderated by Peter Simek.
Join David McCullough, David A. Dreyer, Vincent Falsetta, Michael Osbaldeston, and Ricardo Paniagua for a panel discussion about their recent exhibition, Beyond Abstraction: Recent Works […]
The MAC presents The Fall of Bonnie and Clyde, an exhibition by Andrew Douglas Underwood. The story of Dallas outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow […]
The MAC introduces Robin Ragin with her first solo exhibition. Twenty years ago, Ragin began working in the studio of artist David McManaway. Ragin presents […]
The MAC presents an exhibition of works that test the boundaries of abstraction featuring six North Texas artists including David A. Dreyer, Vincent Falsetta, David […]
The MAC presents a screening of Egyptian artist Wael Shawky’s marionette animation films Cabaret Crusades: Horror Show File, and Cabaret Crusades: The Path to Cairo. […]
An invisible sonic network visually manifested through a series of “nodes” located in The MAC lobby and galleries that can be viewed through an application […]
Shawky’s film Cabaret Crusades: Horror Show File, stars 200 year-old marionettes from the Italian Lupi Collection, and retells the first crusades from the years 1096-1099.
Large scale, immensely detailed graphite drawings based on the latest chapter in Bise’s true-life autobiography-from-hell; including his recent heart transplant surgery.
Sequenced compositions that explore the complex realm of the human psyche. The juxtaposition of images mimics the imprecise and non-linear workings of our private thoughts, […]