Oliver Francis Gallery
A sick night (of music) at OFG.XXX Featuring The Funeral and the Twilight’s new album, Falling /// Corpse, and possibly some visual art-related goings on? […]
Smith’s rustic ceramics and hallucinatory tropical paintings, paired with Lerma’s shrine to abstraction.
The first retrospective of Ludwig Schwarz! The work presented spans a 24 year period since Schwarz gained his MFA from the School of Visual […]
This work examines the use of the photographic image.
A group show by artists who use the Internet as a platform and foundation for work that exposes various online markets. Featuring: Ann Hirsch (NYC), […]
In this sequence of paintings, Giannini works with images from digital archives documenting a nautical initiation rite. Using image manipulation software, toner transfer, and wet […]
Oliver Francis Gallery presents a (pre-opening sneak peek) press reception for Jeff Gibbons” four solo exhibitions. There will be an opening to the public on […]
Blanton’s MFA Thesis exhibition is part realtime animation, part data visualization and data audiﬁcation, and part philosophical question into the value and pitfalls of societal […]
A German-American artist investigates 21st century objects and practices associated with the preservation of the domestication of animals, blending video, sculpture, design and photography in […]
Alfredo Salazar-Caro: MMORPGFPS (Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game First Person Online Shooter)
Using video game engines, video and installations, Salazar-Caro creates immersive environments and virtual spaces that invite the viewer into his own representation of fading memories […]
Video by Charles E. Roberts III – Act One for theTemple Theater of the Gruesome King (7 mins); Katherine Harvath – object maker (9mins); Antibody […]
Black market objects reflect the aestheticization of rebellion, creating a feedback loop between direct action as a sincere gesture and the inevitably fetishized forms those […]
“The pieces depict a fortunate state of being where I am able to partake in what, self-admittedly at times, feels inane and unproductive within the […]
A collaborative exhibition of 16 mm film projections and performances with the New Media department at the University of North Texas featuring work by a […]
Paint-stallations confront anxieties about the role of painting in the information age.
An artist interested in internet based art-documentation, and art-documentation as an artwork, sculpts several real, tactile objects as an experiment. A bundle of essays accompanies […]
Dick Higgins Gallery Takes over Oliver Francis Gallery for the Summer, with a show of Dick Higgins!
A one-night-only pop-up JOGGING store, featuring possibly absurdist products featured on the collective’s ETSY site.
Gibbons’ work threatens our spatial relationships and conceptions of painting, sculpture and portraiture, demanding attitudes of reverence and absurdity.
A one-night endurance competition: on May 19, attendees are invited to place their hands on any work they desire on display within the gallery and […]
Media artist and an art activist, Morehshin Allahyari was born and raised in Iran, moving to the United States in 2007. The Romantic Self-Exiles is […]
The Dallas Biennial’s inaugural event, DB12, will install a fictitious “Dick Higgins Gallery” at Oliver Francis Gallery’s space to house the bricks-and-mortar component of the […]
An immersive flooring installation that compiles vernacular surface materials from the sprawling Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex.
Photographs of inanimate objects, mostly fruit.
4 large paintings sourced from the artist’s archive of Amiga computer keystroke drawings of the 1990s.
A new 16mm film installation, alternative process photography, audio installation, and video considering the difficulty of assigning meaning to a given event or situation, how […]
Rawlings takes the experience of growing up in suburban North Dallas as a jumping off point to examine the role of cultural institutions such as […]